This is great so far! However, I cant get my blocks or items to render. The item names come up as "tile.(item/block_name).name", and none of my textures are applying. Instead, they get the purple/black with "ModID:(block_name)#normal" for placed blacks or "ModID:(item_name)#inventory" for held items. Everything else seems to work (I can give blocks attributes and drops)
Try running through the tutorial again, and check everything that you've done. Besides, this tutorial is gonna get a complete redo and makeover soon once I find some time. They'll be videos and different than your usual tutorials. Can't say when so for now I'm gonna point you to some more updated and more accurate tutorials than mine.
Just letting you all know that I made a dependencies tutorial. It doesn't cover everything. If you have a good adaptive IQ, or the ability to adapt to learned information, then you should be able to piece certain things together. I might make a more detailed version in a video later on. Also, I'm working on a really cool application for MrCrayfish's Device API, which is soon to come, thanks to my man Itay If you wanna stay up to date on that, then please join the device api server here.
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If you would like to get a hold of me somehow, then my discord is @Alex Couch#5275.
Alright, so here's the thing. I know I said a while ago that I'd get some other tutorials out like trees and structures and finish my entity tutorials as well but I've been dealing with a lot of personal issues including getting school to work out. I'm starting college to head for an anthropology bachelor's degree so I have to make sure that my grades are good. Starting the 3rd of January, 2018, I'll be attending school all day mondays and wednesdays, and if I have any homework I'll be doing them on my freetime. So for the remaining time I will also be taking care of a puppy at home but with my mom going back to school as well and searching for a job she will be helping out too so until she is working again and going to school I will be doing as many tutorials as much as possible. I will be making videos as much as possible on a youtube channel managed by the staff of Mod Dev Cafe. If you would like a community to go to show off your creations and to ask questions, then please come into the Mod Dev Cafe server! Ask all the questions you have and we will be sure to help you out, as well as making tutorials for everybody. But none of this "how to make a block/item" crap. That's been so overdone. How about structure generation, using json for whatever, gui's, tile entities, capabilities, etc. If you don't see anything within a week come into the server and ask about it.
Hello, I am using Debian, and I was wondering if IntelliJ does work here. I saw it was like a .gz file, and I never saw one, so I don't know.
Hmm...not sure tbh...you're gonna have to google your way through that one...sorry!
I'm trying to make this be in its own post but mcforums won't let me. It keeps merging the quoted reply to brock with this one. So whatever, if it merges I don't care anymore. Here it is:
Well, I got a new tutorial out. This time it's covering more than modding. This time it's using the Kotlin programming language to make a mod. I run through a lot of new concepts that may seem really foreign to many. I try to explain as much as I can. If I missed anything or if I explained something wrong, then please let me know so I can fix it!
Greetings alex! I am really thankful for the super helpful tutorial, but i'd like to read more on several things i want to know more about! So my point is, may i know where did you learn about modding? so far i have only read TheGreyMinecraftCoder 's blog and the forge documentation, and i'd appreciate if i can find an easier source to read! thanks!