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    posted a message on Readline

    Readline


    Provides readline/emacs-ish bindings for text boxes in Minecraft.


    demonstration


    This is a LiteLoader mod, you'll need to install that first.


    Download for:




    Available mappings:


    C-a = beginning-of-line
    C-e = end-of-line

    C-b = backward-char
    C-f = forward-char

    M-b = backward-word
    M-f = forward-word

    C-h = backward-delete-char
    C-w = backward-delete-word
    C-u = backward-delete-line
    C-k = forward-delete-line

    C-t = transpose-chars
    M-t = transpose-words

    M-c = capitalize-word
    M-u = upcase-word
    M-l = downcase-word


    You'll be able to change these one day.


    This mod is released under the GPL v2 or v3 at your option - source: https://github.com/phroa/readline

    Posted in: Minecraft Mods
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    posted a message on Weird Minecraft glitch - Help me please!
    Your Java version is pretty out of date. I suggest reinstalling it. Here's a quick overview:

    1. Head over to Add & Remove Programs/Uninstall Programs in Control Panel, uninstall everything with Java in its name.
    2. Download a new copy of 32-bit (x86) Java 7 from http://www.oracle.com/technetwork/java/javase/downloads/jre7-downloads-1880261.html
    Note, that probably won't fix it. I only suggest it because your Java is very out of date and should be updated anyway. Try downloading this driver from Intel:

    https://downloadcenter.intel.com/Detail_Desc.aspx?agr=Y&DwnldID=22167&lang=eng

    Hope it works ^_^
    Posted in: Java Edition Support
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    posted a message on Help Please
    Your Java version is pretty out of date. I suggest reinstalling it. Here's a quick overview:

    1. Head over to Add & Remove Programs/Uninstall Programs in Control Panel, uninstall everything with Java in its name.
    2. Download a new copy of 32-bit (x86) Java 7 from http://www.oracle.com/technetwork/java/javase/downloads/jre7-downloads-1880261.html
    3. If installing the copy of Java you just downloaded doesn't fix it, try restarting your computer.
    Hope it helps :)
    Posted in: Java Edition Support
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    posted a message on Lag Issues only caused by doing one thing
    I'm not quite sure what "rocket dock" is, but if the issue is caused by launching minecraft from it, and works fine if you use the normal launcher, perhaps you should contact their support people. Personally I can't imagine why it would make a difference, maybe they can provide more insight.
    Posted in: Java Edition Support
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    posted a message on Can't get to my minecraft file
    If you open the launcher, you should be able to click the button in the bottom left labelled "Edit Profile", and from there, "Open Game Dir".

    That should bring up a Finder window right to the folder :)
    Posted in: Java Edition Support
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    posted a message on Villager problem
    PowerNBT could be used to edit the villager's trade options. I believe their tutorial video actually includes a small section on altering villagers. Alternatively, use SethBling's MCEdit filter to recreate the villager from a chest.

    That's all I've got, hope it works :/
    Posted in: Java Edition Support
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    posted a message on Guys, many basic questions here to get started
    Firstly, saves can be copied just fine from old .minecraft folders to new :)

    MCPatcher and Forge are for modifying the game files to either increase performance or add features. They're entirely optional, but, as you may have noticed this is "unmodified" client support.

    Mods can break things badly, but on the other hand, lots of people use them fine and enjoy them a lot :)
    If it gets screwed up, you can revert Minecraft to a clean slate with a right-click and a push of the "rename" option on the .minecraft folder - name it something else, and Minecraft will re-download the files in pristine condition.

    Minecraft.exe is the file you use to launch Minecraft. Not using it is a very complicated process and is really not worth your time, to be honest. If there's a specific problem you have with it, please elaborate and we can help you ^_^

    Hope I got everything, if not, just ask :)

    Edit - yeah, missed something. Mods are generally easy to install, if you use packs such as Feed The Beast, Technic packs, or other pre-made sets. Installing individual ones yourself is relatively easy until you start getting errors, then it gets... "fun".
    Posted in: Java Edition Support
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    posted a message on 1.7.9 Fatal error detected by the Java Runtime Environment
    It appears your Java installation has been broken. Head over to Add & Remove Programs, that's in Control Panel, and uninstall everything with Java in its name.

    Reboot, then grab a fresh copy, (preferably 64 bit if your computer supports it), from http://www.oracle.com/technetwork/java/javase/downloads/jre7-downloads-1880261.html

    See if that works :)
    Posted in: Java Edition Support
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    posted a message on No Souns
    Quote from GamerGuyNet

    I just bought minecraft and when I play it there is no sound at all.

    Could someone please help me.

    I am on 1.7.9 btw

    GamerGuyNet

    1. Your speakers are turned on, yes? Can you hear audio from other applications, say, YouTube, iTunes, anything with sound.
    2. Minecraft's volume meters are not set to 0%?
    3. Reboot your computer
    4. If none of that helped, we'll probably need to know the brand and model of your computer to give you an audio driver to try.
    Posted in: Java Edition Support
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    posted a message on PLEASE SAVE ME FROM Fatal error java.lang.NullPointerException!
    Does that issue only happen when you try to install mods? If so, it's a problem with Forge or whatever other mod causes it, and you should see them for support.
    Please remove the mods, and see if Minecraft will launch. If not, try these steps:
    1. Open Terminal (Press Command-Space and type Terminal, press enter. should bring up a white window with black hacker-y text).
    2. Run the following command in a terminal:
      mv ~/Library/Application\ Support/minecraft/ ~/Library/Application\ Support/oldminecraft
    3. Open Minecraft.
    That will put your Minecraft files in another folder, so that Minecraft will re-download its core files, which have probably been messed with by whatever mod you tried installing. Your saves and other information can be retrieved from the "oldminecraft" folder in ~/Library/Application Support.
    Posted in: Java Edition Support
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    posted a message on Extremely Annoying flickering minecraft
    Hmm. Personally, I don't know the cause, or even what might solve it. I do have a few suggestions though, even if you have already tried these steps, bear with me, maybe the tech-support aura will kick in :)

    Firstly, try reinstalling your Java. That can be done by going to Add & Remove Programs (in Control Panel), uninstall everything with Java in its name, reboot, then download a fresh 64 bit copy from http://www.oracle.co...ds-1880261.html and see if that helps.

    Then, here are some drivers. Pick the appropriate one, as I haven't heard what Windows version you're running.

    Windows 8, 64 bit: http://www.nvidia.com/download/driverResults.aspx/75992/en-us
    Windows 8.1, 64 bit: http://www.nvidia.com/download/driverResults.aspx/75992/en-us
    And if neither of those work after a reboot, try this one: http://download.lenovo.com/consumer/mobiles/nvidiaupdatew64.exe

    I really hope something helped. If not, someone else'll have to chime in, unfortunately. I'm surprised this issue is this persistant :/

    Edit, note that the lenovo driver should work for both Win 8 64 and Win 8.1 64.
    Posted in: Java Edition Support
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    posted a message on The texture sheet containing all of the minecraft blocks tears into my game.
    Try going into the Video Settings and disabling mipmapping and anti-aliasing. Hope it works :)
    Posted in: Java Edition Support
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    posted a message on GAME CRASH HELP
    Um, that's embarrassing, pasted the wrong thing. Actually...

    You may need to reinstall the locally installed files that Minecraft puts into place. To do so, press your Windows+R keys, type in %AppData% at the dialog, and press Enter. In the window that appears, open the .minecraft directory, and delete everything except for the saves directory that you see therein. Then, try running Minecraft again. Good luck!
    Posted in: Java Edition Support
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    posted a message on Extremely Annoying flickering minecraft
    Try disabling mipmapping, Advanced OpenGL, and antialising in the video options.
    Posted in: Java Edition Support
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    posted a message on Crash in certain region of Nether
    I applaud you on your dedication to giving us loads of useful information :)

    As a matter of fact, it seems like your Java install has sort of borked. (And is a tad out of date, so this'll help even if it doesn't ^_^) - I recommend a reinstall. Go to Add and Remove Programs in Control Panel, and uninstall anything with Java in its name. Then reboot, and download a fresh copy of Java 1.7 (64 bits, preferably) from http://www.oracle.co...ds-1880261.html
    Posted in: Java Edition Support
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