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Jul 16, 2014Rewriting network code.Posted in: Minecraft Mods
Jul 15, 2014Anyone use the mod that has feedback?Posted in: Minecraft Mods
Jul 15, 2014Finished some more additions to it!Posted in: Minecraft Mods
Jul 15, 2014New updates will be out soon. And other suggestions?Posted in: Minecraft Mods
Jul 15, 2014Yeah that is one of the plans. When I add in server side commands I will make it so that they can add channels to itPosted in: Minecraft Mods
Jul 15, 2014Anyone have any suggestions to add or comments on the mod?Posted in: Minecraft Mods
Jul 15, 2014Private messaging added! Will be in next big update!Posted in: Minecraft Mods
Jul 15, 2014New updates will be out soon!Posted in: Minecraft Mods
Jul 15, 2014Just added some planned features for you! Thanks for the feedback!Posted in: Minecraft Mods
Jul 15, 2014Posted in: Minecraft ModsOnline ChatMade For Use With ForgeDeveloped By: Baseball435Online Chat is a Minecraft Forge mod that adds a new feature into Minecraft that has never been done before. Has there ever been a time when you wanted to play on your single player world but you also wanted to talk to friends on Minecraft? It has never been possible within Minecraft before. Usually you will have to add each other on Skype, exchange information, and a bunch of other annoying things. Online Chat takes care of these annoyances and brings the chatting feature to Minecraft.By simply pressing a button and typing a few numbers you can quickly and easily setup your own chatting server or connect to a friends! The chatting capability is incorporated directly in your Minecraft client. Currently there are only 4 different client commands that you can use:Commands:
- /chat - Broadcasts a message to all users in the room
- /c - Same function as using /chat just simplfied
- /chatusers - Lists all of the users in your current chat room
- /leavechat - Leaves the chat room you are currently in
- /shutdownchat - Shuts down the chat server if you are running one
I have a lot of future features to add in that will add more capabilities and powers that users can use. For now I have only laid out the basic functions and features that are needed in a chat.
If you want to run a server you have to bind it to a port of your choosing. It can be any port you want, except for a few, but if you want people to connect to it that are not connected to your WiFi you need to do something called . There are a ton of tutorials online and if you are able to get access to your router you will have no problems doing it.
I have also added a feature to the mod that allows you to open a separate window that displays all of the users in your chat room and all of the messages. It also lets you send messages from that window instead of directly in Minecraft. Keep in mind you are not required to use this feature.
Server Owners - Running A Separate Chat Server
For all of the server owners out there, this is a great opportunity to add a new feature into your server. Below in the downloads you will see a separate link that leads to a download of the standalone server. This includes a .jar file of the Server and a .bat that will run it for you with the console to display outputs.Here is a video on how the mod works and how to setup a basic chat server and connect to it:
Starting A Chat Server:
Connecting To A Chat Room:
Chat Room Window:
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- Forge - This mod does require Forge so make sure to install it before hand.
Installation:Installing the mod is very simple. Go to your Minecraft directory and drop "OnlineChat-1.0.jar" into the Mods folder. Then run Minecraft after it on your Forge version.Please leave comments, feedback, and suggestions for the mod!Direct Links:
- Private messaging
- Password protected chat rooms
- Server commands to kick/ban users
- Any suggestions?
Jul 11, 2014Posted in: Modification DevelopmentQuote from CosmicDan
If you mean API's that other modders release (i.e. to make an addon mod for another mod) you just add their API jar to the IDE's referenced libraries. Done.
If you mean just to include mods in the Forge Minecraft instance, they go into eclipse/mods/
Yeah I'm looking to implement an API I wrote in a minecraft mod. So just put it into the included jars folder? I put it into the jars/libraries folder in mcp but obviously it didnt load it or anything from there. So how do I go about making it recognized when recompiling mcp?
Jun 14, 2014Posted in: General Gaming
Undetected is a game I have been working on for 3 weeks using Java and Libgdx. I am working along side a friend named Javier who is creating the artwork for the game. The game places you in a maximum security prison where your number one goal is to get away from the many guards patrolling the hallways. You also need to look out for keys that will unlock doors and blueprints that will increase your score! The maps are created by me using my map editor and more will be added weekly!
If you guys find the time, please be sure to try out the app which can be found here or can be found by clicking the image above. Be sure to rate the game and give me some feedback and suggestions for it! Thanks a lot guys!
Jan 22, 2014baseball435 posted a message on MCProHosting - World's Largest Game Server Provider - Official Host of: Hypixel, ZexyZek, LootCrate, SkyDoesMineCraft and more!What type of domain or ip is it? Is it a .com?Posted in: Minecraft Server Hosting
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