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    posted a message on Question about Mods you write and current mods already installed
    Quote from bmanrules

    Then unless you work with the Dev of the other mod to make a compatible rendermanager( it wont be too hard) then it can't be corrected


    Understood. I thought that was the case. But wanted to ask just in case there happened to be a simple solution.

    Thanks
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    posted a message on Question about Mods you write and current mods already installed
    Quote from bmanrules

    It depends, if the rendermanager edit is a new mob, then it will crash unless the devs work together, but if it just edits the model of an original mob then it will work, but one mob wont have the changed model, and if one is a new mob and model, and one is a vanilla mob and model, then installing the new mob and model one after the vanilla one will work, but the vanilla mob will have its original model


    Yeah in my case the mod is a new mob entity with new model etc.
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    posted a message on Question about Mods you write and current mods already installed
    Quote from xBr0k3nCray0nX

    well either way one of the mods is gonna crash most likely the second one that is loaded.


    So this is an issue that cannot be corrected I take it.
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    posted a message on Question about Mods you write and current mods already installed
    okay so I am working on a mod. I have a couple questions.

    If I make a change to say RenderManager.java and some other mod has also done a change in that class too. How is this handled? Since when i obfuscation to get my classes and any classes I changed would not have their changes.
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    posted a message on [Creating Mods] Mob Making & Modelling [08/04/2011]
    Quote from Mrock01

    I made a Goomba in Techne, and exported as ModelGoomba.java. I have no idea what to use that as. Animal? Creature? Mob?
    I tried with ModLoader and used RenderGoomba and RenderBiped, but they both drew the player model with my Goomba textures. Any suggestions?


    When you created your model in techne what model type did you chose? Sounds you may have picked a Biped type, when you may ahve wanted to pick ModelBase.
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