", times, serif">Hello, I have run into an issue where I cannot find the "Mobs" folder in minecraft.jar. I found it in legacy editions, but I have no reason to play those. I need to change my skin completely OFFLINE due to me using third party servers for the game. I'm running Windows 10. All help is greatly appreciated. Thank you!
", times, serif">P.S., I tried clicking "show hidden files", but nothing.
The player skin is located in "\assets\minecraft\textures\entity" and is either steve.png or alex.png (this has been the case since 1.6 so I don't know why you couldn't find any information about it).
However, you should not directly edit the jar and in fact if you do the launcher will think it is corrupt and download a fresh unmodified jar unless you take additional steps to make a custom version, which is completely unnecessary when you can do this with a resource pack, the intended way to change textures. You only need to follow the instructions here to make the pack.mcmeta file and then make folders along the path mentioned above (\assets\minecraft\textures\entity) and place your skin in the entity folder, renamed to match whichever skin you have (alex or steve. Note that you may not be able to use the one you want if you are offline as the game will default to whichever skin model you default to, based on your UUID; as far as I know changing this would require modding the game or using a different account).