OK all, I do love what Spritecraft has done and I am sure you do too but I think I have an alternate program to use and it does seem to be way more up to date. I am yet to use it but it does look promising. I'm not sure if I am allowed to mention another program on a similar program's thread so I might avoid that but I just wanted to let you guys know there is something for those who did want more options with your creations
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Oct 15, 2018mysticlloyd posted a message on [Tool]Spritecraft: Turn images into Minecraft blocks! 1.1.4 UpPosted in: Minecraft Tools
Jan 20, 2018mysticlloyd posted a message on [Tool]Spritecraft: Turn images into Minecraft blocks! 1.1.4 UpPosted in: Minecraft Tools
As the most recent official version (1.1.5) does not include the latest blocks (andesite, prismarine, red sand, etc.) I tried modifying the files manually to include them--and it actually ended up working.
The modification was really only intended for my personal use, but I figured, why not provide it here until an updated, official release comes along (if ever). If the author of the tool disapproves or this is somehow against forum rules, obviously feel free to remove the following link:
What I did was:
- replaced outdated texture folder with the one from the latest Minecraft version (1.8.6)
- manually added information on the missing blocks to Materials.txt
- new blocks added:
- coarse dirt
- andesite, diorite, granite (regular/smooth)
- red sand
- red sandstone (regular, smooth, carved)
- prismarine (rough, dark, bricks)
- acacia, dark oak (log/planks)
- stained glass
Edit2: Stained glass added as per request under "Special" category.
any chance you can put your skills to the test for the new blocks and colours?
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May 19, 2018Atantuo posted a message on [Tool]Spritecraft: Turn images into Minecraft blocks! 1.1.4 UpPosted in: Minecraft Tools
Spritecraft 1.1.5 modded to include blocks up to MC v.1.12.2
It's been over two years since I last checked this forum and this thread, but I finally got around to updating my mod of Spritecraft. Just like last time, I did it primarily for my own personal use, but of course I'll share it with whoever might find it useful. However, this time around I encountered one significant difficulty. What it comes down to is, due to technical limitations of the original program (at least as far as I can tell, knowing basically nothing about java), there's an upper limit of about 128 block types. After my previous mod (adding in stained glass), the list just happened to be at exactly 128. This means that in order to add any of the new colorful blocks (primarily concrete/powder), I had to remove others.
What I added:
+end stone brick
+nether wart block
+red nether brick
What I removed:
-stained glass (sorry!)
-crafting table, noteblock, jukebox, bookshelf
-glowstone, prismarine, redstone block/ore
-other slightly redundant or impractical blocks or simply ones *I* don't usually use
-I also didn't add glazed terracotta or magma
That being said, here's a link to the updated file:
Again, the resulting list of blocks works for my personal usage--you might prioritize others. The good news is, you can basically do what I did, adding and removing blocks to your liking, minus spending several hours figuring out why it isn't working! It's still a bit tedious, but for the sake of convenience I included a full list of all usable blocks, with all the the needed information.
In order to customize the list of blocks:
- open the .jar file as an archive (with a program like Winrar or 7zip)
- navigate to "\com\diamondpants\spritecraft\"
- extract the "Materials.txt" and "Materials_List_Complete.txt" files (make sure to backup first)
- copy and paste any line corresponding to your desired block type from the complete list to "Materials.txt"
- remember to remove unwanted lines so the number of lines stays below 128, or the program will not work correctly (at least it didn't for me)
- put the updated "Materials.txt" back into the .jar file, replacing the original one
- it *should* work now, with the blocks you specified
Edit: Check out the wonky tutorial video two posts below if you have any trouble, hope it helps!
Good luck! Mind you, I'm no programmer, so it's possible there's a way to fix the underlying problem. But this workaround is the best I can manage with my limited understanding. I hope some people will still find this useful.
Jun 3, 2017bidule995 posted a message on [Tool]Spritecraft: Turn images into Minecraft blocks! 1.1.4 UpPosted in: Minecraft Tools
This awesome software need to be updated ! Especially for the new World of Colours update !
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