Quote from Terethien
When you say you installed all your mods with MCPatcher, I hope you don't mean Mo'Creatures too. It's got a special installation that definitely has to be followed, or it's not going to work.
yea i had messed with it a bit and moved the mod folder mo, creatures out so i could mc patcher it, i recently redid my whole minecraft folder tho so i'm not 100% sure the sounds dont work at the moment, but i'm just going to guess they don't not much difference in what i've done previously but this time i installed all the mods by hand, and theres only one copy of the sounds in .minecraft/resources/mod/sound, should i just move all the sound files into the already existing sound folder directly in resources, i had both places covered last time i installed them.
edit: just punched one of my goats its not fixed.
also tryed turning my music up all the way and doing it again, also failed to get any sounds from anything.
ah i see why MCPatcher wouldnt work for the Mo'Creatures.zip in the mods folder inside the mod zip, that one is missing the mod_mocreatures.class
but whats the point in having both the mod files and the mod folder's zip file that are almost exact duplicates, from what i'v seen installing them both causes problems and installing the one thats just a folder full of files causes problems as well wile the .zip that you toss in the mods folder works perfectly, tho its lacking sound on my side.
ok think i may have found what i was doing wrong, looked at the readme again and i guess the mo creatures folder just goes directly into the .minecraft folder with the other stuff put in its locations in the mod and res folders.
testing to see if the sound works now.
nope, still no sound at all from the Mo'Creatures mobs.