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    posted a message on Ultimate reason why the iOS version of Minecraft:PE isn't out yet...
    I was trying to cheer everyone up a bit.
    Posted in: MCPE: Discussion
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    posted a message on Ultimate reason why the iOS version of Minecraft:PE isn't out yet...
    The folks over at Apple are having heaps of fun playing Minecraft:PE and thus have forgot about approving it.
    Posted in: MCPE: Discussion
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    posted a message on SketchUp Minecraft
    I had a look at it. Turns out it was my laptop's browser (was using IE at the time) that was causing the problem (sorry for the confusion there). That sketchup file will come in useful. One thing though, can you make the textures a little bit higher quality? Also, can you add double chests?

    Other than that, it looks cool.
    Posted in: Minecraft Tools
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    posted a message on Official site for old Minecraft version.
    Mojang should host a page on the website with as many of the old unmodded versions of Minecraft (From Alpha 0.0.1 to now) as they can find. But you would need a paid account to access it, and you install it like a prerelease. It would be official and legal.
    Posted in: Suggestions
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    posted a message on [Suggestion] Go back to thread when logging in.
    Can you tweak the forums to go back to the last thread users are looking at after they log in? Its slightly annoying having to navigate back to the thread you were looking at after you've logged into the forums.
    Posted in: Forum Discussion & Info
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    posted a message on Multiple Versions in the Menu
    My idea is to add a menu item that allows you to select a version of Minecraft from a list. This could be useful for updates that break mods and for the lazy people who don't want to switch their jar files. What you would do is place your extra jars in a separate folder in the ".minecraft\bin" folder; for example it could be ".minecraft\bin\oldver" (Obviously would differ for Mac and Linux). The minecraft.jar in the "bin" folder but not in the "oldver" folder is the default and fail-safe minecraft.jar (fail-safe for if the one you are using breaks, is corrupted or is deleted). If however the main one breaks, Minecraft will alert you and start with the latest version in the "oldver" folder. Every time Minecraft updates, the one you are currently using is placed in the "oldver" folder, thus no more breaking of your mods when Minecraft updates because you can easily switch to it and back. When an old version is placed in the "oldver" folder it is given a sub-folder based on the version it was. For example; version 1.6.6 would be ".minecraft\bin\oldver\1.6.6\minecraft.jar" and given the name "Minecraft Beta 1.6.6" etc.

    Screenshots:

    Posted in: Suggestions
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    posted a message on MCEdit: Minecraft World Editor (Now open source!)
    None of the links on the first page of this topic work, and now i can't download it. Can you fix the links?
    Posted in: Minecraft Tools
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