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    posted a message on DaftPVF's Mods (Treecapitator, CrystalWing, StartingInv, FloatingRuins)
    Since the update to 6.5 (and 6.6) yesterday and today I have noticed a lag issue.

    I pinned it down to the bspkrs core after checking my shaders, reinstalling java and minecraft, and several other things. Finally my friend updated (she hadn't yet) and started having the same problem. Even after a fresh restart of my computer minecraft was very laggy (low FPS as well as 'yo-yoing' framerate). No errors or crashes per se, We went back and installed 6.1 (what she was still using) and the problem seems to be better. I didn't notice this problem while using what I believe was 6.4 (up until the update yesterday, 4/23.) The only mods I have other than core is Forge, Treecapitator, and SEUS shaders.
    Posted in: Minecraft Mods
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    posted a message on SMP's Revival - [October 20th, 2014] - 1.8 (sans CTM)
    Quote from tomas295

    You say that Optifine has a "worse" randomobs and conected textures than MCpatcher, so i was wondering if you could add screenshots comparing both of them or at least describe whats the difference between using Optifine's and MCPatcher's randomobs and connected textures

    Anyway, awesome texturepack/resourcepack. I just can't go back to default after using this one!

    The randomizer in MCpatcher allows this resource pack to customize mods based on the biome. So you get snow zombies/creepers, desert creepers/mummies, etc. the randomizer in Optifine doesn't allow for this, and simply randomizes the skins entirely. so you get bright white creepers in the forest, etc.

    I suspect (but don't know for sure) that this is why SMP prefers MCpatcher, as it's an amazing option for the mobs (jungle creepers are super camoflauged). And since the CTM's in these two applications work differently, the textures don't always look right in optifine (notably the glass). That being said, if you are a big fan of optifine, you can easily remove the extra mob skins, or just deal with strange randomization. other than a few graphical oddities, this works fine with optifine.

    I really hope SMP isn't letting this go. I love this pack.
    Posted in: Resource Packs
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    posted a message on [v3.7] AMIDST - Strongholds, Village, Biome, Etc. Finder. [1.7.4]
    I received a crash error when I used my 1.7.2 with OptiFine profile. I made a new profile in the MC launcher with only 1.7.2 and the program worked.
    Posted in: Minecraft Tools
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    posted a message on Is there a Timber mod for 1.7.2?
    Check this link.

    According to the twitter update on the right, (as of Jan 17, 2013) it should be updated for 1.7 very soon.

    Posted in: Mods Discussion
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    posted a message on [v3.7] AMIDST - Strongholds, Village, Biome, Etc. Finder. [1.7.4]
    Quote from Skidoodle

    Ugh. Bitbucket is acting all weird with the uploading. I figured I'd try out the whole "color profile" thing since everyone seemed to want it. However, I don't want to do an official release until I can handle all these bug reports (or at least some of them). If anyone would like to, though, they're more than welcome to try out this test build. To access biome color profiles follow these steps:

    1.) Create a folder named "biome" right next to AMIDST.
    2.) Launch AMIDST (if it was already opened, close it and reload it)
    3.) There should now be a default.json file in the biome folder.
    4.) Copy or modify this file. AMIDST will currently attempt to load all files in this folder, so don't drop anything that's not a json in there. (As I said, it's a fast test build)
    5.) Relaunch AMIDST after any changes to json files to access them in AMIDST. (All biome profiles are loaded once at launch)

    Opening default.json should give you a very good idea how to set biome colors. (Don't forget to change the name!)

    Exe | Jar | Debug Exe

    If you decide to test this and want to post an issue to the issue tracker, please note what version you are using.

    Also, I really want to do selective library loading for 3.5. It shouldn't be too hard.

    Would really like to see this info and the post with the 3.5 beta added to the OP. I was hoping to be able to change colors, and I'm glad to see it's in the works.
    Posted in: Minecraft Tools
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    posted a message on SMP's Revival - [October 20th, 2014] - 1.8 (sans CTM)
    The daisies appear rather like allium, is this intentional? I can add a screen if needed.

    Also, yay for ferns that look like ferns again!
    Posted in: Resource Packs
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