So I have a custom texturepack of mine, it's currently at 64bit, and i'd like to downgrade it to 32bit,
is there an easy converter, or a list of the textures you need to downgrade? or is it only the terrain.png?
Last time I attempted to do it manually, I resized most everything and it broke it.
Any help or insight would be greatly appreciated.
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Apr 19, 2011crimson66 posted a message on The new update blew up all my grass/dirt block textures.Anyone know the specific coding or option that needs to be edited?Posted in: Resource Packs
I'm working on my own texturepack, and it's supposed to be 1.5 compatible, but my side grass blocks are still being shaded in a disgusting dark puke way.
I'd like to know what I need to modifiy to fix it.
Apr 19, 2011crimson66 posted a message on [1.3.1] GLSL Shaders (DoF, Bump Mapping, Waving Wheat, Dynamic Shadows, and More!)You sir, are incredibly impressive with your new effects.Posted in: Minecraft Mods
The low light casting is really really nice.
and parallax...just wow, you are the first to think minecraft needs it :tongue.gif:
but hell i'll use it.
Apr 19, 2011You absolutely need a 64bit version at least!Posted in: Resource Packs
128 would be amazing
and 256 would be godly.
minecraft has a disgustingly large weaboo community.
you'd probably number 1.
I'm sure many people would be willing to help make higher res versions.
Mar 31, 2011Anyone have the minecraft 1.3x last patch before the 1.4 update?Posted in: Discussion
I can't play on my server anymore and it'll probably be a while before they update.
I failed and accidentally clicked update without thinking...
rapidshare or megawhatever it if you do.
Mod edit: I'm afraid that it is illegal to distribute the game without permission.
Feb 2, 2011I submit that candles, similar to already implemented torches be added to the game.Posted in: Suggestions
It would place a small white candle in the center of a block or on a candle holder for a wall, and emit more light than a redstone torch, but less than a torch, and also perhaps it emits a more orange-ish hue than a torch.
I just think it would be an easy block to implement, and it would be another nice way to light the insides of structures.
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