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    posted a message on Misa's Realistic Texture Pack (UPDATED 1JUL13)

    Coming to see how the work is coming along on the new patch. I know Bidjiguks has been working hard on it, along with with others giving tips and suggestions. Good luck. I do understand it is a challenge updating texture packs.''


    You have done a great job with the previous release.

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    posted a message on Misa's Realistic Texture Pack (UPDATED 1JUL13)

    Bidjikuks. Wondering how progress is going in coming with new textures for the upcoming 1.12. Those glazed terracotta blocks are going to be wild...and fun to have.

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    posted a message on Misa's Realistic Texture Pack (UPDATED 1JUL13)

    Your texture mix is great, Bidjikuks

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    posted a message on Misa's Realistic Texture Pack (UPDATED 1JUL13)

    Themanunew, the pack has not been updated in a while, but you can download a patch or two to fill in the gaps. Works just fine.


    Misa has been my favorite texture pack for years. It would be difficult playing Minecraft without if for me.

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    posted a message on Misa's Realistic Resource PATCH by Les [1.10] (Updated July 10, 2016)

    Your pack is looking great. The only issue I have noticed there is no textures for the three new command blocks.

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    posted a message on Misa's Realistic Texture Pack (UPDATED 1JUL13)
    Today 1.8 came out. So who do I think of on this long awaited day? Misa, of course. Your absence is deeply felt today, of all days. Wishing you the best on your life's journey, Misa.
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    posted a message on Misa's Realistic Texture Pack (UPDATED 1JUL13)
    Cheyron, I enjoyed your post showing default texture pack vs Misa's pack for the same scene. I can't stand using default when playing Minecraft. I have tried using many other texture packs, but I always come back to Misa. There is none better.
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    posted a message on Misa's Realistic Resource PATCH by Les [1.10] (Updated July 10, 2016)
    Your patch looks great. Thanks for sharing it with the community.

    I did find one glitch. The Prismarine block is not working correctly. It is a checkerboard black and pink block. The rest are working well.
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    posted a message on Misa's Realistic Addons. Submit your own textures [WIP, IC2, GC, BC, More!]
    Great idea. I have used Misa for years when playing on servers, but use Sphax for playing FTB and other such mod collections. It would be awesome if there were add-ons to cover the popular plugins while keeping to Misa's theme.
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    posted a message on [64x][1.7.x] Misa's Realistic Resource PATCH by pscof42 (Updated 14Jan2014)
    I have been using your patch with Misa pack for months now. I hope you will have a 1.8 update patch.
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    posted a message on Saturday with Sach: The Villager Project, Day 1
    How about as the population drops, see if they are capable of re-population.

    If there are children, study the relationship of families. Do villagers make good parents or let their offspring run wild. Will they seek to protect children in the face or danger or ignore them?
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    posted a message on Clear or testfor number of items
    I'm having the same issue. I can clear all items from a player's inventory, but the max limit just does not work.
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    posted a message on Misa's Realistic Texture Pack (UPDATED 1JUL13)
    You're back, Misa! And now living in my neck of the woods--the Deep South. Congrats on your move....and I feel for you, growing up a country girl myself with no access to running water or internet during most of my teen years. To keep warm, we had to actually cut trees in real life and haul the firewood to the house. (Minecraft makes it look easy, but believe me, its not.)

    Even as an adult, I was paying $50 a month for "high" speed internet through a satellite that was sooooo slow. It took 20 minutes to download a 2 min vid on YouTube. You then hit "play" hoping it actually does so, but often it stalls and you have to reload the vid. Still, the fake "high-speed" satellite was better than the 26 kbits speed of the phone line. My frustration reached its max when I started taking online classes (it was WAY too far to drive to both college and work everyday), and I needed to watch videos for some of my classes. One day I was in the middle of taking an online test and some heavy clouds blocked the sky, cutting out my internet. Talk about me panicking, afraid I was going to fail the test. Happy, half an hour later I got reconnected and finished the text before the timer stopped.

    Finally, I had had enough, and bought a house in town. Besides saving on gas money from long drives to work, I was finally able to enjoy the benefits of having real high speed internet for the first time. Imagine watching a YouTube video IMMEDIATELY when you hit play. Actually playing on Minecraft servers….with real people. An impossibility when I lived in the country. Oh, and I can talk on a cell phone...and hear people. Something else I could not do in the country.

    Good luck to you, Misa, with getting settled in, job hunting, and getting a new computer. You're very talented, but I also know how hard it can be to get a great job in the rural south. Don't feel guilty for taking donations for your work. You deserve it. Take your time getting back to working on your pack. (I'm looking forward to finally seeing your flowers someday.)

    Also, I recommend growing a small garden. Its one of the main things I miss when I moved into town. Fresh tomatoes. Store tomatoes don't ever come close to the rich, delicious flavor of tomatoes straight from the garden. The pacing of country life if far different than city life. Truly, it is lovely to take time to stop and smell the roses. Enjoy just being alive.
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    posted a message on Minecraft Movie?
    I would love to see Dave and Bart used from Slamacow's videos. That would be awesome. Get Slamacow to work on the project for Lego.
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    posted a message on [64x][1.7.x] Misa's Realistic Resource PATCH by pscof42 (Updated 14Jan2014)
    Thanks for working on this. We miss Misa and I'm glad someone is trying to fill in till she comes back. I like most of your textures. My one suggestion is the flowers need a bit more detail to feel more realistic.

    Thanks for filling in the missing images for 1.7.
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