Thanks for the quick reply! Unfortunately I was unable to add the blocks to sand.properties. I am using v7 so it was under mcpatcher. I have a feeling I am not getting the right block id, but as far as I can tell I am. So I went with option to and just remove the file and it works. Also fixed the other problem I was having with different biomes making the textures lighter in the middle of my build. So I guess option 2 is for the best then. Who knows maybe I will come to love the lighter variant as much as the original. Keep up the great work!
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Jan 19, 2019Posted in: Resource Packs
Hello, I love this texture pack It is amazing for my desert city. But I am having an issue with the textures when using Vanilla Builders Extension. The textures are always lighter then the original blocks. Added some blocks with Chisel so I can get some variants like cracked sandstone, but when I put it next the original sandstone it is a lighter shade. I am not sure what causes this and I am wondering if there is an easy fix for this. I assume there is something in the resource pack that tints the blocks but with my limited knowledge I am unable to figure it out.
Jul 15, 2018Nimstar posted a message on MalisisDoors 1.12.2-7.3.0 / 1.11.2-6.1.3 (01/02/2018)Posted in: Minecraft Mods
Hello, I am having an issue with getting the regular doors to accept a custom texture. Everyone but the Oak and Iron door will not change from the vanilla texture. I am using the latest versions of Minecraft, Forge, MalisisCore and Doors, and the latest MalisisDoors Texture pack. It also will work the same with other custom textures. I have tried removing all other mods in case of a incompatibility issue and did not help at all. So I am stuck now.
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