Minecraft In Game Name):LemmingJesus
Where are you from?:The US.
Have you read and agreed to the rules in the post below? Yeah, don't cheat. Big surprise.
Did you vote for us? Nope.
Extra notes?:I'd like to be in the new 1.8 zones.
How did you hear of Super-Earth?:I read this topic.
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Sep 18, 2011LemmingJesus posted a message on [Closed] ☆ ☆ ☆ SUPER-EARTH ☆ ☆ ☆ The Original Minecraft Community ☆Posted in: PC Servers
Feb 23, 2011It's not like people do anything at night. The monsters are too stupid to pose enough threat to anyone who's played the game before and new players won't know the crafting pattern or even what a bed does. The bed makes it so I don't have to go AFK all the time.Posted in: Discussion
Feb 23, 2011It's a problem with the new launcher. I'm getting it now too after they did whatever it was they did on the mac is causing me problems. Using the old one fixes the issue.Posted in: Discussion
http://www.gamefaqs.com/boards/606524-m ... t/58236196
Feb 11, 2011I've started using Towny on our own little server and it's pretty neat. Just got the iConomy permissions set up right so we can finally buy land. If you have questions about the mod I can tell you what I've learned so far. I'm using the Bukkit version though but I believe the concepts are the same.Posted in: Server Support and Administration
Dec 17, 2010Posted in: Resource PacksQuote from Misa »Quote from Quintinity »Misa, you don't happen to have that texture pack without the mobs, do you?
Just remove 'em from the zip if you don't want 'em.
No no, you don't get it. You have to do everything for us. I can't believe we're on page 17 and people are still coming to you for support.
Dec 7, 2010Your mod does not run and I found out why. I followed the instructions to the letter. Your command to load the mod on page one has not been updated and the file name has changed, which is why I was having so much trouble.Posted in: Mods Discussion
Dec 2, 2010I hope you're still working on this even with the downtime on the patcher. Don't think I'm going to let you get away with not updating just because there's no way to use it with the current version of the game.Posted in: Resource Packs
Nov 27, 2010Posted in: Resource PacksQuote from ppowell654 »Quote from glumped »I finally got the patcher to work, and it says that it was a success, but when I boot up the game I just get a black screen. I've tried installing it by dragging the files in as well and I get the same problem.
Same, and I've been following Misa's instructions to the letter.
Do you guys just ignore the progress bar when Minecraft updates? There's been a major updates to the game and you're expecting the old patcher to work. If you must have HD textures I find that 1.1.9_01 will work by rolling back the game to 1.2.2
Nov 24, 2010I keep spawning in the void when killed. Skeltons do attack, there's just no animation or arrow of any kind. Damage seems to be scaled wrong with my sword doing little more than my hands. Stone pressure plates do not work but a switch on the same circuit did.Posted in: Alpha - Survival Multiplayer Support
Nov 22, 2010KidsOnTheBeat wrote :Posted in: Mods Discussion
> No problem. As I mentioned you do NOT need to install Python or anything
> else. Go to the Minecraft-Overviewer website and click on the button that
> says downloads. Now download and unzip the package labeled 0.0.3 or
> something like that. For simplicity's sake I also copied my
> "World1" folder (or whichever world you want) into the same
> directory as the Overviewer, although this might not be necessary.
> Open a command prompt in Windows (open your Start menu and type
> "command prompt") and navigate to the Overviewer directory that
> you just unzipped. You can do this using the "cd" and
> "dir" commands that you can figure out on your own. Your
> location will probably be different than mine.
> Now in your command prompt, type "gmap 1 testdirectory" and it
> should begin processing. Replace 1 with your world number and
> testdirectory with the name you want for your output directory. That's it,
> you're done. If you want to add options just look at the list on the
> webpage or run "gmap" with no parameters.
> Maybe the author will update the instructions on the website at some point
> to be a little clearer.
Thank you, I kept putting [options] into the command line. The instructions just weren't written clear enough. I also kept trying variations of world 1, 1, and world1 because it was complaining about there not being a directory.
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