That happened to me once in an old test version of my map pack and I don't remember what it was but I fixed it.
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Mar 17, 2015Matthewk10000 posted a message on ClothingCraft - Customizable, Dynamic, Realistic, Clothing! No More Silly Dyed Leather Armor!Posted in: Minecraft Mods
Nov 12, 2014Matthewk10000 posted a message on Help with the modpack I'm putting together for personal use? :(Dear vMpee,Posted in: Java Edition Support
I make modpacks all the time, I have a modpack on FTB called The Endless Winter Pack with code TEWP and I think I know a few problems.
1: Mods like treecapittor has a core mod bkspcore
2: That is the Biomes O Plenty API
3. If you want to realse this public you can't have optifine and you have to notify for whichery and ask for permission from Atomic for Dynamic Lighting.
Here are all permissions: https://onedrive.live.com/view.aspx?resid=96628E67B4C51B81!161&ithint=file,xlsx&app=Excel&authkey=!APQ4QtFrBqa1HwM
If you want I can help you with the pack.
The Winter Miner
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Dec 29, 2014CoolSquid posted a message on List of sites stealing Minecraft content. StopModReposts!Posted in: Mods Discussion
#StopModReposts on Twitter! Want the last info? Follow @StopModReposts! We also have a website!
If you are a mod author trying to get your mods removed from those sites, look at this. If your videos are being reposted at YouTube, look at this.
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Minecraft content, mainly focused on mods. The movement consists of a website, a Twitter campaign, a list of illegal mod mirrors, and several browser plugins. We also have an IRC channel and a Twitter profile.
To report a site that might be illegally redistributing mods, please open an issue in our issue tracker.
We do currently target reposts of the following content types: mods,
resource packs, maps, and modpacks. In addition, we target websites
providing malicious Minecraft content.
Why is mod theft a problem?
The feeling of finding your work on those websites. Just the feeling of finding your mods on those websites is extremely discouraging for many people. Lets say that you wrote a book. The day after, you see the book in a shop, with a big "9books" logo on the front page. You haven't even been notified. How would you feel? You then read the books ToS, and see that "9books" is claiming to own your book! This is extremely discouraging.
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Possible malware. Mods from those sites are untrustable, and may contain malware.
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PSA: If you come across a site that you believe to be illegally re/distributing minecraft mods, you can PM me, and I'll check it out as soon as possible.
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Sep 30, 2014KittyReverant posted a message on ClothingCraft - Customizable, Dynamic, Realistic, Clothing! No More Silly Dyed Leather Armor!Posted in: Minecraft Mods
ClothingCraftClothingCraft allows you to make customized, colored clothing that looks realistic and is a great new addition to your Minecraft world/server.
The hat bug and carpet bug are now fixed - please download v1.2.1!
TheWinterMiner has made a modpack with this - check it out!
Notice: I may not make a version for 1.7.2 because of technical difficulties. I will look into this and see what's wrong.
1.2.1 is out! Download it and see what's added!
Have you ever wanted a more realistic Minecraft world? Or do you want something to do and something that you can customize? This mod aims to solve that problem by adding fully customizable clothes. By adding many fabrics and different other things, I have created a possible combination of 417,654,129,152 outfits available (35,152 possible shirts, 26 possible pants, 676 possible shoes, and 676 possible hats)! I can't even say that number out loud!
Table of Contents
- Mod Showcase
- Clothing Information
- Fabric Coloring
- Support this mod!
- Configuration File
Note: If you see another website trying to redistribute this mod, don't go on it! It is copyright theft and may contain viruses! They also lie and say that mods are for every version when they are not. This is because they want to earn money through ads, which is technically earning money off of somebody else's stuff.
Thanks to The Winter Miner for making this video! It is up to date as of 1.2.0 so you can rely on it to give you all your information!
Wow! TheDiamondMinecart made a review on my mod!
ThePotPourri also made a review for 1.2.1.
Here is TrixyBlock's video! It is for 1.2.0!
Here is NukeSandwich Gaming's review:
Here is VitaminFrolic's one!
Clothing InformationYou have a huge amount of clothing combinations available for you. To start off, you can make your very own shirt. It can either have dots or stripes for decoration. Your shirt will also have a base color, a decoration (trim) color, and a sleeve color. Pants can only have one color, but shoes can have two (one for the top and one for the soles).
There are 22 different types of fabric in this mod. Fabric is an item that is essential to making clothing and is used for every clothing article possible.
CraftingThere is a bunch of information on crafting, so I'll add spoilers. Actually, the spoilers aren't working. If you want to get to the downloads you'll have to use the table of contents. Sorry about that.
Here is a picture tutorial that is for 1.2.0.
Craft fabric by putting wool in the crafting grid.
Use vanilla dyes to change the color of the fabric.
You can combine two fabrics to get a new color.
As of 1.2.0, you can quickly create colored fabric with colored wool. (Note: Now this specific recipe will produce carpets as normal. Just put the fabric in ANY SPOT except for right next to each other, which makes carpets.)
You can also create secondary-color fabric with wool.
If you would like to see how to craft all the different types of fabric, see the fabric color reference cheat sheet.
In order to make a shirt, you'll need some buttons. As of 1.2.0, the button crafting recipe is different, so the videos are a bit outdated.
In order to make buttons, you will first need to make a hammer.
Then, you can pound out a single button.
To change the color, pound dyes into the button. These dyes are the same as the fabric recipes.
Like fabric, you can combine buttons to get a new color. These combinations are the same as the fabric recipes.
Then, craft the main piece of your shirt. This way I'm using a dotted shirt. Note that the color of button affects the output.
If you want a striped shirt, then here is the recipe:
You will also need a sleeve. You can choose whatever color you want for your sleeve, but I'm using red to match with the shirt main piece.
Then, you can combine your sleeves and shirt main piece to create your very own shirt!
Now, you can make your own pants! Here is how you do it. The pants can only have one color.
You can then make your shoes. Note that you can have a sole color and top color.
Time to try out the newest feature! Hats! Here is how you craft a hat.
Now you can see how you look. Everything is awesome! Well, I do look a little weird with that silly outfit. It's your job to find an outfit that looks nice!
Fabric Coloring Reference
Fabric is derived from wool and has many colors (as said above). To make some white fabric, put two white pieces of wool in the crafting grid to get 4 white fabric. You can use vanilla dyes or combine fabrics to get the desired color.
White Fabric + Ink Sac
Dark Gray Fabric
Gray Fabric + Black Fabric
White Fabric + Gray Dye
White Fabric + Black Fabric
Light Gray Fabric
White Fabric + Light Gray Dye
White Fabric + Gray Fabric
White Fabric + Dandelion Yellow
Bright Yellow Fabric
Yellow Fabric + White Fabric
Mustard Yellow Fabric
Yellow Fabric + Orange Fabric
White Fabric + Orange Dye
Yellow Fabric + Red Fabric
White Fabric + Rose Red
White Fabric + Pink Dye
Dark Pink Fabric
Pink Fabric + Gray Fabric
White Fabric + Lapis Lazuli
Light Blue Fabric
White Fabric + Light Blue Dye
White Fabric + Blue Fabric
Dark Blue Fabric
Blue Fabric + Dark Gray Fabric
Blue Fabric + Yellow Fabric
White Fabric + Purple Dye
Violet Fabric + Light Gray Fabric
Royal Violet Fabric
Purple Fabric + Dark Gray Fabric
White Fabric + Cocoa Beans
White Fabric + Clay (can be disabled) - as of 1.2.0
Brown Fabric + Light Gray Fabric
Dark Beige Fabric
Beige Fabric + Light Gray Fabric
Pink Fabric + Red Fabric
By downloading this mod, you agree to the following terms:
1. Don't distribute this mod without written permission from me
2. Don't say that you made it because you didn't
3. If posting somewhere else (like YouTube), please include a link here
4. Don't make any commercial benefit to yourself through this mod (like using AdFly)
5. Don't give out the direct download link to anyone else because bitly lets me see how many downloads I got, but if you use the direct link, I cannot see how many downloads. It helps me know the audience for my mod and therefore helps me make better decisions about future content.
Note: This update is a new Forge version!
Download v1.1.1 for Minecraft Forge v1.7.10-10.13.0.1180+
Download v1.1.0 for Minecraft Forge v1.7.10-10.13.0.1180+
Download v1.0.0 for Minecraft Forge v1.7.10-10.13.0.1180+
ModpacksYou may include this mod in a modpack as long as it is not distributed by anyone else. You must include the name of this mod, that I (KittyReverant) made it, and the link to the forum post somewhere in the summary, readme, or mod list in your modpack.
SupportI'm a new member and am not really very popular. If you like this mod and want others to see it, support! Give this post a +1! Put a link in your signature! I will might have banners coming out some time. Commenting helps too because then it gets updated on the main page. Thanks for reading this even if you don't support, but remember: supporting this mod helps more people have fun with it.
Fixed carpet bug - you can now craft carpets
Fixed hat insta-death bug
Added colorable hats
Added a way to craft brown fabric without using cocoa beans (white fabric + clay)
Added more colors for buttons
Shirts can now have a button color
You can now craft dye-crafted fabric by putting the two colors of wool in the crafting grid (e.g. yellow wool + yellow wool = yellow fabric)
You can now craft two-fabric-crafted fabric by putting the two colors of wool in the crafting grid (e.g. red wool + white wool = pink fabric)
Added a configuration for whether there shouldn't be armor in clothing (false by default)
Added a configuration for whether clay to brown fabric crafting should be enabled (true by default)
Fixed a bug where the clothing has a durability bar
Fixed bug where clothing has diamond armor stats and can be broken
Added some more fabric crafting recipes
Added shirt sleeves and shirts can now have sleeve colors. As a result, shirts are slightly more expensive.
Initial release; colorable pants, shirts, and shoes are available for playing with.
Configuration FileThe configuration file can be found in .minecraft/config. It is ClothingCraft.cfg and just open it with a text file editor. As of 1.2.0, there are two configuration values:
- clothingHasNoArmorRating - true/false. Whether clothing should not give you armor points. Default: false.
- enableClayFabricCrafting - true/false. Whether you can craft brown fabric with clay. Default: true.
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