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Jul 22, 2012I'm getting this problem CONSTANTLY while playing tekkit minecraft, and it's driving me crazy >_< Has anyone found the cause for this? I'll keep looking but I figured I'd reply here and hope for someone to speak up. >_<Posted in: Legacy Support
Jul 8, 2012Kittenykat posted a message on [1.16.1] Finder Compass - turns the vanilla item into a configurable search utilityI don't think any maps or compasses work in the nether.Posted in: Minecraft Mods
Jul 7, 2012Heya, I've been setting up a new install of minecraft using Magic Launcher, and everything's working fine so far except for one thing. I installed NEI and it's working correctly using ML, but I can't for the life of me get the redpower plugin to work! How on earth are you supposed to install it?Posted in: Minecraft Mods
I tried: Dropping the .zip in the mods folder and installing the .zip as an internal mod using magic launcher (all seperately of course) with no luck. I also tried unzipping the zip into the mods folder, which caused minecraft to crash. I do have the chickencore listed as an internal mod via magiclauncher but I just don't know what to do here really.
Edit: Scratch that, I finally got it to function I think. Though there are still some missing recipes, like I can't hit R to find out how to make red or blue ingots.
Jul 2, 2012Kittenykat posted a message on [1.16.1] Finder Compass - turns the vanilla item into a configurable search utilityAlright, so far the new change has been kind of hit and miss. I've managed to get up to 7 custom compass needles loaded, not sure if that's the limit or something, but usually it says only 6 loaded. I'm still experimenting to see if I can hammer down the problem.. I'll toss you a pm in a bit with the contents of my findercompass.cfg so maybe you can help.Posted in: Minecraft Mods
Still though, the original needles all work, and when the experimental new feature feels like cooperating, I've sucessfully gotten needles pointing to two different blocks using the same blockID but a different entityID (I think it's entityID?) at once. 140 and 140:1. So I know it's working~
Sorry if I'm rambling a bit incoherently. Or maybe I'm not, I can't tell right now, kinda tired. xD
Jun 30, 2012Kittenykat posted a message on [1.16.1] Finder Compass - turns the vanilla item into a configurable search utilityYou continue to be awesome, AS! :3Posted in: Minecraft Mods
Jun 30, 2012Alright, for those wondering about how to install this to work with technic/tekkit, through some trial and error and tips from previous posts here, I've found out it's rather simple actually, and it -does- work on tekkit enabled online servers.Posted in: Minecraft Mods
1. Install modloader into your normal minecraft.jar (Instructions for that are at the modloader page)
2. Download the 'modloader' version of Findercompass
3. Extract the archive and pull out findercompass.cfg and place it in your .minecraft folder
4. Go up one level from .minecraft and you'll find .techniclauncher alongside it. Enter that folder, then go into either technicssp or tekkit, whichever you want to run the mod with, and drop the 'mods' folder from the archive inside
On the other hand I've come up with an all new question related to the subject. Is there any way to get Finder Compass to be able to locate different subsets of the same blockID? For example, industrialcraft adds like 8 different new ore blocks that all use blockID 140, but FC only finds one of them. The rest are like, "140:1, 140:2, etc etc 140:7". Any way to tune the .cfg file to find those? Or will it recognize by default that there's one too many fields and go back and go 'oh, this must be a sub-block I'm scanning for' and work anyways?
Dec 5, 2011Atomic, I believe I may have mentioned this in the post for the previous version, but I feel it needs to be said again:Posted in: Minecraft Mods
You are my hero. <3
Sep 23, 2011Posted in: Minecraft ModsQuote from PureLionHeart
EDIT: Oh man, problem resolved. And I am far too embarrassed to admit aloud what the issue was. >_>
Thanks for your patient help, Stryker.
PLEASE PLEASE PLEASE PLEASE Do tell us why it didn't work because I'm having the exact same issue, and nobody ever bothers to actually answer the "How do you fix this exact issue?" question ;_;
I can't figure out if it's a mod conflict with MATMOS or Zombe's mods, or if it's just some little thing I missed somewhere, but I know I did everything by the book exactly as instructed... I load the game, the game says the compass arrows are loaded, but all I see is the default red needle. x_x I tried testing it both in creative and single player mode but no custom needles ever appear...
--- Update ---
I don't know what I did, but I had given up on using the mod and just went back to work in my tunnels, suddenly the needles all popped up into existence when I got to the deepest part of the mine o_O Maybe it's pre-set to only work deep? *shrug* Seems to be working there now though.
--- Update 2 ---
That's what it was! I checked the findercompass.cfg again and there it was, the second to last value on every ore (max scan y value) is set by default to "16" -- meaning it'll never work any higher than 16 blocks up from the bottom of the world. xD I changed them all (except, of course, diamond) to 100. Yayifications! :biggrin.gif: I hope this helps everyone else who comes to the post wondering why the compass seems to be broken!
Atomic, next time you update your mod, you should probably go back and edit the default findercompass.cfg so it detects all the ores anywhere they can naturally be found. Was probably just a small oversight when you were copy/pasting the lines to make the new detector examples. :smile.gif:
Jul 9, 2011So I've been wondering, why is it that every time minecraft gets updated, all my texture packs get broken until each respective author updates their work? If I can learn how to fix my packs myself, it'd make life a lot easier! You might want to sticky the answer somewhere easy to find, too. Thanks!Posted in: Resource Packs
Jun 10, 2011I also vote for making it possible to remove the dungeon finding needle. It kinda gets annoying honestly. D: I even completely dismantled the dungeon it was pointing to ( from like 3 bloody miles away at all times :/ ) but it keeps pointing there regardless.Posted in: Minecraft Mods
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