First, let me preface this post with an argumentum ad verecundiam.
Great! Now that we've established that I'm an authority on everything, I'm going to list some of the various bugs in Minecraft I have found, along with insulting insinuations about the intelligence of the developers and other players:
1. Everything appears as "blocks": For some reason, everything in my game appears as low-rez blocks. I've compared my client to Crisis 2, and this is definitely a wide-spread bug.
2. Gravity: Mojang seems to insist that realism be the focus of the game. Nobody wants realism, we want a fun game! I coin this "the gravity bug".
3. Water: Water blocks seem to be completely unrealistic. Nobody wants a game that's just fun without realism. Furthermore, the blocks move downwards, which I believe is related to "the gravity bug".
4. Items: Apparently the developers aren't good enough at graphics to make realistic looking weapons and items, or the "block bug" as outlined in line-item 1 has also affected the item system as well.
5. Crafting: Also totally unrealistic because I cannot make a chicken ladder. (If you don't know why you'd need a chicken ladder, you CLEARLY haven't played enough Minecraft.)
6. Nether: I die there a lot. I call this "the nether bug". Anybody who doesn't die in the nether is clearly hacking and doesn't love jesus.
Now that my eloquent points have been made, I will now rant about how the developers FORCED ME to quit Minecraft after being a loyal player for over 23 years. This is really mandatory because there's no other way I can throw a jab at the developers while simultaneously self-promoting and reinforcing my argumentum ad verucundiam.
I am now leaving the game, and this forum forever, except that I will continue playing the game, and I'll be watching this post every 3 minutes to see who agrees with me, and to post profanity-laden ad hominem attacks against my detractors.
(P.S. Read the comments before you rage.)
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Sep 16, 2011It seems to be a problem with Minecraft.net itself, I think it is because the code for the site is being fiddled with. Though there is a work around.Posted in: Legacy Support
You can change your skin remotely. First, sign into Minecraft.net. Then upload your skin onto a image hosting site, like imgur or tinypic, etc. and then copy the direct url.
Insert the direct url to your skin after the = in this address:
Open a new tab/window on your browser with the address and it will ask if you want to change your skin. Confirm yes or no and you're finished. It takes a bit more doing than the regular system, but something is better than nothing.
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