I'm no expert but looking through that report I see something that MAY be the cause
EnderIO: Found the following problem(s) with your installation:
* The RF API that is being used (1.7.10R1.0.2 from <unknown>) differes from that that is reported as being loaded (1.7.10R1.0.13 from RemoteIO-1.7.10-2.4.0-universal.jar).
It is a supported version, but that difference may lead to problems.
This may have caused the error. Try reproducing the crash WITHOUT this/these mod(s) before reporting it.
I would suggest you remove the MOD(s) that this uses & see if the fault still occurs
Putting the finishing touches on 1.11.1 and 1.11.2. Also working on the modpack compatibility issues people have been experiencing. One or two more days!
Thanks a ton for this mod ad all the work you put in on it!
Incidentally, I have no idea what happened with my fly/aim bow issue. I could get any version to work with any of my archived servers. But I just installed a fly mod on my server and I'm all good. Cool thing is the fly speed controls work with the fly mod on the server and I use that instead of the one in your mod. So I'm essentially good, although if you have any ideas, please share.
Hi, my suggestion is that they should be separated
The x-ray mod and the fly mod, should not be the keys in options since it is baneable when they see the controls, it would be better to be able to handle it from the Gui but that it does not appear in controls so it is a little more discreet since it is illegal in Almost all servers
for minecraft 1.8 - 1.8.9
And the other versions seems a good idea or maybe you could do as in 1.5 that I can install both at the time but come separately
Ok, I have a question about something I noticed while playing last night...
I was in the nether, and was trying to view the bottom of a lava lake. I made a new X-ray profile that only turned off lava blocks, and had netherrack turned on. It worked as expected, allowing me to see what the lake floor looked like without the lava in the way. But it was super-laggy. I've got a beast of a PC, and don't typically lag anywhere, even with a 64-bit texture-pack and a far view distance. But running X-Ray with that profile lagged like crazy.
I'm not necessarily asking for a fix, since I'm assuming this is just a result of how X-Ray inherently works. But if I better understood why it lags, maybe there's something I could configure differently to accomplish the same thing without bringing my PC to its knees?
Am working on an update. Should be out soon. Just been busy with the holidays.
Please enjoy your holiday~ This is the only mod I've ever loved. Thank you for all that you do! I will gladly camp out and wait.
/keeps the tab open everyday, refreshes at random, says a little prayer.
I know this is difficult for most children and retired people to understand, but many of us do actually have lives and responsibilities outside of Minecraft.
Plus the fact that a lot of people ignore, is that many times the mod developer is also a developer in his professional life.
I, also being a developer, totally understand how having to fix bugs and/or updating the mod might not be the most exciting thing to do after a full day of work developing for our bosses and the rest of the real life issues.
yeah, lets just develop a little on my spare time so I can take the head of all the developing I did during the day!!!!
Okay. Here is a working version for 1.11.1 and 1.11.2. There is still more work to be done, but it seems stable enough for a preview release, and I know demand is high. I will have another update out soon that's much more polished. I'm not sure when but when you see the update notification I recommend you update immediately.