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Jul 27, 2014santheocles posted a message on [1.8.7 / 1.7.10 and earlier][update 4/23] MCPatcher HD fix 5.0.3Ah, I feared as much. Thanks for the heads up!Posted in: Resource Packs
Jul 27, 2014santheocles posted a message on [1.8.7 / 1.7.10 and earlier][update 4/23] MCPatcher HD fix 5.0.3Mmmh... just reinstalled Minecraft (Snapshot 14w30c). When running MCPatcher, every single option in Mods is greyed out and unselectable. I already deleted the 14w30c.jar and redownloaded it, but it doesn't seem to change anything. Any ideas? Is this a compatibility issue with the latest snapshot, or am I the only one with that problem? Running Windows 8.1, btw.Posted in: Resource Packs
Sep 28, 2011Ah, thanks. So somewhere, somewhen I should stumble on snow... I'll keep on trying.Posted in: Discussion
But to reiterate my second question: If the same seed generates the same world, wouldn't it be possible to view a map without having to explore it first, somehow?
Sep 26, 2011Hey there!Posted in: Discussion
In my current SMP world (1.9 pre), we have eagerly been looking for snow biomes. No luck so far, despite some wide-ranging expeditions.
Question 1: We generated this world in the 1.8 pre-release, where no snow biomes were created. I had thought, however, that with later updates these biomes (along with giant mushroom ones) would start to appear when exploring new chunks. Is this correct? Or is our 1.8 world forever
Question 2: If my initial assumption was correct, and there ARE snow biomes somewhere in this world and are just really far away: Is it possible to view a map of a certain seed, without exploring it? I know I can export a map of the known world with MCMap etc., but is it possible to view unexplored chunks within a certain distance from the spawn, for example?
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