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    posted a message on should minecraft have a book called comands guide
    Quote from Endergirl00»

    Well perhaps there could be a specific command to view a list of commands. Unsure if this is already implemented since I have little knowledge over red stone and command blocks. But perhaps if this was implemented in a slightly different way though...


    Yeah, it's called "/help". And this entire thread is a waste, try reading the suggestion guide.

    Posted in: Suggestions
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    posted a message on [TOOL] MC Model Maker - Design custom block models for minecraft 1.8+

    The link to download (for 0.1.3) seems to take me to a dropbox download page. Is that intentional, or did you forget to change dl=0 to dl=1? Also, I might suggest using GitHub releases instead of dropbox, but that's a personal preference. It's a really handy tool, I'm quite glad you made it. :)


    [EDIT] It is a bit difficult to use, it took me a while to figure out how to do something basic, like make a block slightly shorter, and I have have yet to figure out how to make a more complex model, such as the bed you made. The 3D preview doesn't work either. I have to say, it's easier than straight coding in JSON, but much harder than it needs to be. Something as simple as making the tutorials a bit more clear and in depth would help enormously.

    Posted in: Minecraft Tools
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    posted a message on Trying to do multiplayer on PC
    Quote from ncmom»
    Ouch, ok. They are just going to have to learn to play separately! Thanks for your help!

    I'm happy to help. As MinecraftModsINFO said, feel free to let us know if you have any more questions.
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    posted a message on Trying to do multiplayer on PC
    Quote from ncmom»
    They are on the same account. How do I set up another account?

    You would have to purchase another account unfortunately.
    Posted in: Discussion
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    posted a message on What programming language would you be okay with for Minecraft?
    Quote from WaterMazter007»

    There's another language that's quite up there in the hard ones. I'll give you have of the name because I can't post it on MCF, "Brain"

    Yeah, I know that one. Rhymes with "Slain Duck". :D
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    posted a message on What programming language would you be okay with for Minecraft?
    It would be hilarious if someone could make Minecraft in Malbolge. It would have to be Unshackled for it to even be remotely conceivable though. As for realistic languages, I think C++.
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    posted a message on What version did you start Minecraft?
    I started back in 1.2.5 on a friend's account, I got minecraft premium pretty soon after, still 1.2.5 I think, maybe 1.3.1... Wow, it's been a long time.
    Posted in: Discussion
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    posted a message on NEED MC HELP!
    First off, this should probably be under help.



    Second, make sure you have particles enabled. (Options>Video Settings>Set Particles to "All").



    Third, make sure you don't have any resource packs that might be interfering. Go into your options and make sure you are on default.



    If that doesn't work, try closing out minecraft completely, then go to your .minecraft folder (Windows is Windows Key + R, type %appdata%\.minecraft and hit enter). Go into versions, and delete the 1.8 folder (or whatever you are playing on: 1.8.3?). Open minecraft back up, re-download 1.8, and see if it's fixed.



    Hope this helps!
    Posted in: Java Edition Support
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    posted a message on [1.7 & 1.8] TheXFactor117's Forge Modding Tutorials | 20+ Tutorials | Actually Learn How to Make Mods!
    I was wondering how you learned to mod minecraft? Did you just look through the code and figure it out yourself, or did you follow a tutorial?
    Posted in: Mapping and Modding Tutorials
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    posted a message on Mod Pitch: Diverse Coal!
    I will make this as soon as I can get some details as to what does what exactly, and I need recipes. PM me if you would like to discuss details.
    Posted in: Requests / Ideas For Mods
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    posted a message on Mod Pitch: Diverse Coal!
    Yeah, as mdf25 said, this would be extremely easy to implement. Would the peat be something like in Biomes O' Plenty? i.e. Some sort of peat moss found naturally that you need to dry out.
    Posted in: Requests / Ideas For Mods
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    posted a message on Glowstick mod!
    I should be able to code this, it shouldn't be too difficult. It would have to be a placed block, dynamic lighting would be super laggy and unfeasible. This might make a nice little minimod. PM me if you are interested.
    Posted in: Requests / Ideas For Mods
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    posted a message on Mod to apply effect to players on world spawn
    A mod for this would be somewhat redundant, as you can accomplish the exact same thing with a spawn area setup and command blocks. Most adventure maps already have this. As for a randomly generated world, that could be useful I suppose.
    Posted in: Requests / Ideas For Mods
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    posted a message on How do I work on multiple mods in Eclipse?
    Ok... Yeah that makes a bit more sense. I will try that and bug you if I need help. ;)
    Posted in: Modification Development
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    posted a message on How do I work on multiple mods in Eclipse?
    Quote from wildbill22»
    Yes, it is sometimes called the advanced setup. I found a nice tutorial on it that describes how you do it, but I have the link at home, so can't send it to you right now.

    The default way that gradle sets this up is a pain, where it puts your eclipse workspace inside the forge project. In the advanced, you will have a Java workspace where you add in all your projects. I placed mine in my Documents folder and called it "minecraftmodding". You can put multiple forge versions and all your mods in this folder too.

    You have to do several manual steps in the "advanced setup". You have to add the correct forge version for each mod and you have to also create your run configurations. This is the part that isn't easy for a novice, but since you only do it once for each mod, it is so worth it to have just one Workspace and multiple projects under that one Workspace.

    I can provide that link later tonight if you need it.

    Something like this? It looks like a major pain, but it could be worth it: http://bedrockminer.jimdo.com/modding-tutorials/set-up-minecraft-forge/set-up-advanced-setup/ Forge needs documentation, really.
    Posted in: Modification Development
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