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Good.I'm trying to learn a lot of different parts of Java, so I'm sorry that I'm taking so long to do that.
There are very few hooks for coloring stuff, so Seasons just changes the original, hardcoded stuff. Seasons also offers an expandable texture sheet area to help deal with things better, though it's not in the API section yet. The mod's current texturing issues are all in a different area, so they have nothing to do with older problems.How did you install (and uninstall) the mod? Did you do it manually, or with a launcher?Could you please try making a new world in creative mode and use "/seasons set season autumn" once you're in? If you don't have the changed textures, you may have added the mods wrong or have the settings in the coloring config set so the changed colors aren't used.
Also, ignore the seasonal achievements, as they are acting oddly. The achievements and seasonal logic are completely seperated. Basically, they don't tell you the season.
The Seasons Watch and Thermometer are looking to the wrong place for their texture, so don't worry.
What do you mean when you say autumn doesn't have it's color? Is it the normal colors, or no texture at all?
The achievements have been going nutty ever since Forge started trying to fix their achievement handling, so pay them no real attention. Since only those are acting strangely, I suspect it might be because of Forge "remembering" that they should already be obtained.
Put the mod's item textures with the vanilla textures atm.
Derp. Mods folder-ed. It's a .jar mod right?
And I installed it manually.