I've tried multiple times. Planting saplings grows nothing but standard trees, no matter the biome. Thats what I assumed Notch would do, make the trees biome-compliant, but it appears he's done no such thing. =/
Though, Sploder, I would greatly appreciate it if you could do this when you're available, even if just a temporary fix. :biggrin.gif:
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Jan 22, 2011I'm using my one free bump. =P I have one Pine tree remaining, and I don't want to cut it down for fear that I might not find any more in a 100 chunk radius. D: I can see if its difficult to code, but I've just gotten no feedback. Not even a "Go do it yourself noob."Posted in: Mods Discussion
Jan 22, 2011Posted in: Minecraft ModsQuote from Cavare801 »-snip-
*headdesk* Compressed = An Archive.
Jan 22, 2011Posted in: Mods DiscussionQuote from keefachu »i think this is an AWSOME idea.. it would be helpful because theres multiple trees now xD
Exactly. And at the moment, the only way we can OBTAIN the new lumber is by A) Finding Generated Trees, which for those of us with older maps may include long treks into unexplored chunks far far away, and :cool.gif: Editing the new lumber in, an idea I am opposed to. It would make sense, anyway, to have the different types of trees have different types of saplings.
Jan 21, 2011My request is simple in idea. I just want Pine Trees to drop Pine Saplings, Birch Trees to drop Birch Saplings, and Oak/Regular Trees to drop Oak/Regular saplings.Posted in: Mods Discussion
I don't even care if they're the same sprite or not, though at the very least having them labeled would help. ;-; I just want more Pine trees... as I'm sure many others would agree. I've tried planting saplings in a Snow biome, it just grows a regular tree.
Jan 21, 2011Yeah, MCRegion works better because its compressing the way the map is saved, something Notch is already working on. This is just a quick patch. Optimine works by rendering the chunks differently, which wouldn't effect people with good rigs. MCRegion effects the way the chunks are loaded and saved, which works for everyone.Posted in: Minecraft Mods
Jan 21, 2011Posted in: Minecraft ModsQuote from ppsbr »-snip-
Please, from now on, take the time to read even the last page of the thread. This mod is temporarily broken, due to the update changing the class this effected.
Quote from Cavarei801 »Whoops, yeah I meant 7-zip.
I'm doing it the same way I install .rar files from some other mods. I've tried doing Ctrl+V and that doesn't work on either, only dragging and dropping worked on them, but not on the .class files for this mod.
Try doing a Drag 'n Drop instead, see if that works. As in, open up both the Mod archive and the Minecraft archive, then dragging the files from one archive to the other. Thats how I used to do it.
Jan 21, 2011Posted in: Minecraft ModsQuote from hengehog »-snip-
The mod is broken for the moment. We're all impatiently waiting for an update. :biggrin.gif:
Jan 21, 2011Posted in: Minecraft ModsQuote from Cavare801 »Z-zip won't let me place .class files in the minecraft.jar, has anyone else experienced this?
I'm just going to assume you mean 7-Zip. Unless Z-Zip is a new Archive program.
Anyway, it should work just fine. How are you going about it?
Jan 21, 2011I know how you feel. It really doesn't take a LOT to play Minecraft well. I'd say to get a nice, smooth framerate, you need 2gig RAM and a halfway decent graphics card.Posted in: Minecraft Mods
Most definitely not a Netbook/Laptops integrated crap. Unless you get it as a gaming laptop, since those tend to have an integrated graphics card thats fairly comparable to desktop cards. Which, sadly, is not what I have. I've got an Acer Aspire 5135. Which, admittedly, does rather well for its price.
Jan 21, 2011Posted in: Minecraft ModsQuote from Pringleprint »I was just about to post my crash error then I saw that this isnt for today's latest version :tongue.gif: Oh well,somehow after playing with it for so long 8 FPS looks rather smooth at times... I can only imagine what it's like to play at like 100 FPS :biggrin.gif: Dang Netbooks,why can't they be for playing games >:sad.gif:
I know, right?
I had the privilege of playing on a friends Hackintosh, hand-built and more like a zombie rig than anything. God, it was glorious. 100's of FPS. Literally, multiple hundreds of FPS. I wanted to cry.
Then I had to come back home to 28 FPS on a good day. ;-;
Jan 21, 2011This is why I'm preparing to go to college for Programming... I wanna help. D: But I can't. ;-;Posted in: Minecraft Mods
Jan 21, 2011Posted in: Minecraft ModsQuote from TopAce6 »I feel your pain, on my laptop. my gaming pc can handle it, but my lapop...lol its a joke. 5 fps on the lowest setings.
Ouch. My laptop does a little better than that. Its got a playable (barely) 15 FPS on Short and Fast with a vanilla install. But, with Optimine and MCRegion, I can use Normal and Fast and get 28-32 FPS, with Far and Fast at about 25 FPS. I love it...
Sadly, Optimine is out of commission for the moment. D:
Jan 21, 2011Posted in: Minecraft ModsQuote from mikules »My Minecraft runs 'way' better without this mod, and I hadn't noticed that clearly until today.
No difference in performance with, but more without.
You probably have a decent rig then. ;-; This is meant for lower-end rigs, where FPS is standard 15-20, or less in some cases.
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