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    posted a message on Minecraft won't download
    @GingerGirl
    A long shot but....Are you per chance running AVG Anti-Virus?
    Posted in: Legacy Support
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    posted a message on How do I set my server to use the snapshot?
    Okay getting low down.

    1) Stop the server
    1a) Backup your map.
    2) Rename the minecraft_server.jar to something else like "Minecraft_server_Stock.jar"
    3) Upload the snapshot 'minecraft_server.jar'
    4) Restart the server
    Posted in: Legacy Support
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    posted a message on Getting kicked of server
    Too many reasons for you to be kicked out of minecraft, Please list more details like error code, any specific mods you might be running etc.
    Posted in: Legacy Support
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    posted a message on error: unable to access jarfile minecraft_server.exe
    My 2 cents.
    Not much experiance with this stufff but....
    Starters: If java is saying that you cannot access a jar file and you've clearly put a '.exe' file, I'm pretty sure that it would throw a error.
    You should use '.jar' if it is really a JAR File. Otherwise, Just run the exe.

    Second: In response to your command prompt not showing the version of java, You need to add the java exe to your environment variables to be able to just type 'java -version'. Try the full path instead if you want to access the version.
    I.e : "C:\Program Files\Java\jre7\java.exe -version"
    Posted in: Server Support and Administration
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    posted a message on How do you make a block glow?


    At about 8:38, He adds some code to the end of the line.

    Maybe that would help?
    Posted in: Modification Development
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    posted a message on [API] Minecraft Forge
    I'm having some problems with the Forge API

    The installation of the Forge API on top of the MCP decompiled code causes some errors in the source code
    Namely:
    Description	Resource	Path	Location	Type
    bufferSize cannot be resolved to a variable	Tessellator.java	/Client/src/net/minecraft/src	line 30	Java Problem
    Cannot make a static reference to the non-static field byteBuffer	Tessellator.java	/Client/src/net/minecraft/src	line 430	Java Problem
    digSlowdown cannot be resolved or is not a field	EntityPlayer.java	/Server/src/net/minecraft/src	line 483	Java Problem
    digSpeed cannot be resolved or is not a field	EntityPlayer.java	/Server/src/net/minecraft/src	line 479	Java Problem
    Duplicate field Tessellator.byteBuffer	Tessellator.java	/Client/src/net/minecraft/src	line 386	Java Problem
    Duplicate field Tessellator.intBuffer	Tessellator.java	/Client/src/net/minecraft/src	line 387	Java Problem
    i cannot be resolved to a variable	Tessellator.java	/Client/src/net/minecraft/src	line 30	Java Problem
    potionDigSlow cannot be resolved or is not a field	EntityPlayer.java	/Client/src/net/minecraft/src	line 535	Java Problem
    potionDigSpeed cannot be resolved or is not a field	EntityPlayer.java	/Client/src/net/minecraft/src	line 531	Java Problem
    The method addTileEntity(Collection) in the type World is not applicable for the arguments (TileEntity)	Chunk.java	/Server/src/net/minecraft/src	line 593	Java Problem
    The method setBrightness(int) is undefined for the type Tessellator	EffectRenderer.java	/Client/src/net/minecraft/src	line 128	Java Problem
    useVBO cannot be resolved to a variable	Tessellator.java	/Client/src/net/minecraft/src	line 27	Java Problem

    Note these are only some, most of them are duplicate errors in the same location*(Within 10 lines of each other).

    Any ideas on what is causing this?

    EDIT: I'm using MCP 4.4, Decompiled Minecraft 1.8.1 with Modloader and I'm using Eclipse
    Running Windows 7 x64
    Posted in: Minecraft Mods
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    posted a message on [TOOL][BAT]Minecraft Backup and Restore 2.0 [NEW!]
    To those who are experiancing an error related to:

    'xcopy' is not recognized as an internal or external command,operable program or batch file.

    You need to have added 'C:\Windows\System32' to your 'Path' System Variable.

    Details to how to add below.


    1. Goto the start menu, right-click on 'Computer' and Click on Properties.
    2. On the left hand side, Click on 'Advanced System Settings'.
    3. If you're not on the Advanced Tab, switch to it before continuing.
    4. Click on Environment Variables at the bottom.
    5. Under 'System Variables', Look for a Variable named 'Path'
    6. Double-Click on it and it will bring up a dialog box.
    7. *WARNING* DO NOT DELETE WHAT IS IN THE VARIABLE VALUE IF ANYTHING IS THERE.
    8. If there is something already there, then simply add a Semi-colon ; then continue with the next step.

    9. Add C:\Windows\System32 to the variable value and click OK.
    10. Press Okay for everything and try the Backup tool again :smile.gif:
    Posted in: Minecraft Tools
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    posted a message on Q and A how to make minecraft mods
    On a scale of 1 to 10, with 10 being quite easy and 1 being a completely alien world, How hard would it be to for a confident C# coder to grasp with Java and get a mod up and running?
    Posted in: Mods Discussion
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