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    posted a message on Shaders not working.

    I'm assuming that you want to play on 1.15.2? Try using the latest preview version of Optifine for 1.15.2, as previous builds did not support shaders (and therefore, the button for shaders was disabled).

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    posted a message on Running Shaders with Mods. Can it be done?

    you will need mixenbootstrap and optiforge tho


    That mod was only necessary before Optifine's 1.15.2 preview versions had built-in support for Forge. You no longer need Optiforge now as the latest preview build already supports Forge 31.1.63 like I mentioned above.

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    posted a message on Running Shaders with Mods. Can it be done?

    Select the Forge profile and place Optifine in your mods folder like any other mod. Optifine can be installed to be used by itself or as a mod to use along with Forge. The latest preview version of Optifine for 1.15.2 can be used with Forge 31.1.63 (download link here).

    Posted in: Java Edition Support
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    posted a message on RX 570 won't run much higher than idle core clock speeds

    Could you post a screenshot of your game with the F3 debug screen enabled?

    Posted in: Java Edition Support
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    posted a message on Forge Crashes after FML Early Loading Process

    Could you post a DxDiag log here using paste.ubuntu.com? Here are instructions on how to do so: http://hopper.minecraft.net/help/pixel-format-not-accelerated/support/.

    Posted in: Java Edition Support
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    posted a message on Low FPS on shaders with GTX 1060

    Could you post a screenshot of your game with the F3 debug screen enabled?

    Also, never allocate more than half of your system's RAM to one process. More RAM does not equal more FPS and could actually hurt performance if you give too much. The most you allocate to Minecraft should be 4GB (since you have 8GB), and since you aren't using a lot of mods, even a gig or two should be more than enough for shaders alone.

    Posted in: Java Edition Support
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    posted a message on It has been 3 weeks since I’ve contacted Minecraft support and I am still yet to hear back

    The Minecraft support team has been backed up for a while. It's been taking between a month to two months for most other members to contact them. So, unfortunately, you'll probably be waiting another few weeks before you hear back.

    Posted in: Java Edition Support
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    posted a message on I can't login

    Been around MCLeaks or AltDispenser recently?

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    posted a message on Emerald Things

    Please utilize the "search" feature of the forum before posting a suggestion to avoid posting an idea that someone has already made. Emerald tools/armor is one of the most repeated suggestions (there's somewhere around 150 threads with "emerald tools/gear" in their titles) along with ruby tools. I don't know if you play modded Minecraft or not, but if you do and want emerald tools, there are literally hundreds of identical emerald tool mods that you can search for and use.

    Posted in: Suggestions
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    posted a message on Trying to get Minecraft working on a PowerMac G5

    That PC is far too old for Minecraft. Minecraft requires 4GB of RAM and Java 8, both of which your computer doesn't have. I don't know what CPU or GPU that PowerMac has, but I'm guessing that the ones in your PC don't meet the minimum requirements either. Even if you somehow get it to load up, it's going to run poorly. Save yourself the effort and buy a new computer (or use another one if you have it). Even cheaper ones will be more capable of running Minecraft at lower settings than your PowerMac.

    Posted in: Java Edition Support
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    posted a message on [v1.8.18.1/2] SecurityCraft~ Security cameras, Retinal scanners, and more!
    Quote from rvolny»

    Hi guys, I am wondering, how do you install this mod on linux minecraft server. Just putting it into plugins folder is not enough, while there is no plugin.yml file and it naturally shouts about it and does not load... Did you created it yourself or what is the approach? Thanks.


    SecurityCraft is a Forge mod, not a Bukkit plugin, therefore, it does not use a plugin.yml file. If you want to use SecurityCraft on your server, you will need to install Minecraft Forge on it. Players who will be playing on your server will also need to install Forge and SecurityCraft on their end as well, as mods are not server-side only like Bukkit plugins are.

    Posted in: Minecraft Mods
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    posted a message on Server crashes a lot lately, no idea why

    Do other worlds work? If so, your world is probably corrupted like Tails1 mentioned. Unfortunately, there is usually no way to recover your world once it's been badly corrupted. Let this be your lesson to always make frequent backups in case you run into a problem similar to this in the future!

    Posted in: Server Support and Administration
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    posted a message on Lag on 1.15.2 with new graphics card?

    I was gonna mention that earlier. You have a pretty decent GPU but not a very powerful processor, which could be causing a bottleneck. Does your computer have any performance issues running other modern-ish games? Unfortunately, the only way to fix a CPU bottleneck (if that is, in fact, what's causing the problem) would be to buy another CPU and replace the one you already have.

    Posted in: Java Edition Support
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    posted a message on Updating HBM Nuclear Tech

    You would need knowledge of Java (the programming language) in order to update it. Mods are made for specific versions of Minecraft and they won't work on any other version due to all of the changes that are made to each version's code (and because of obfuscation, which you can read about here).

    Posted in: Mods Discussion
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    posted a message on Lag on 1.15.2 with new graphics card?

    Could you please post a screenshot of your game while you have the F3 debug screen enabled?


    Also, as a side note, never allocate more than half of your system's RAM to one process. More RAM does not equal more FPS and can actually hurt performance if you allocate too much. Since you have 8GB of memory in your PC, 4GB should be the maximum that you allocate to Minecraft (and you shouldn't ever need that much unless you are using a lot of mods).

    Posted in: Java Edition Support
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