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    posted a message on Modifying Gravity
    Quote from MineCrak

    One place you can get that for sure is the Galacticraft Mod. You can go to orbit and be weightless in your spacestation or the moon and hop around with low gravity! They are adding other planets too. Each one will actually be a minecraft dimension accessed via space.

    Enjoy!


    Thats not a bad suggestion. In this case i'm trying to keep my server as vanilla as possible, so people don't have to have a mod pack to join. I'm assuming that its possible since this mod does it. My next thought is, would this be possible to do server side or would clients need a mod?

    Quote from Anomalous13

    I don't think this is possible in vanilla Minecraft, although it would be a cool feature for a plugin or mod.

    Maybe you can ask in the 'Mods Discussion' section?
    http://www.minecraft...ods-discussion/


    I will do that. Thanks =)
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    posted a message on Modifying Gravity
    I would like to have a dimension that simulates zero-g and another where gravity is less. I'm looking for ideas on how I could accomplish this either through vanilla minecraft or a bukkit plugin (and only in certain dimensions).

    At the very least it would be cool if there was a way to just force players to always be flying, so that when their feet touch the ground they still remain flying.
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    posted a message on How Much Harder Is It to Level Up In 1.8?
    I did a little experiment to try and find out how many more mobs you'll have to kill in order to reach level 30 in Minecraft 1.8

    Posted in: Recent Updates and Snapshots
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    posted a message on Rendering System Timelapse - Alpha to Now
    I made a timelapse to show the rendering system changes from Alpha to the more recent 1.8 snapshots:

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    posted a message on Minecraft Forum Being Overrun By Hackers
    Quote from Akynth

    I have not had a problem with performance even on an iPod Touch (and that is not exactly your most powerful device!). My guess is that the problem is less the forum being overrun by hackers, and more the OP's device(s) being overrun by malware.


    Good guess, but sadly not true. I'd take malware over this. The site just has some issues that need working out.
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    posted a message on Minecraft Forum Being Overrun By Hackers
    Quote from VCtheDerp

    Massively hacked? The ads are put by them to gain revenue to actually run this massive site; you could always buy Curse Premium to remove the ads if you wanted to.


    It's your site and I'm certainly not telling you what to do. This is a great site and I'm sure it costs more than a few bucks to run. It's just very frustrating as a user when you have ads blaring in the background that you can't close and your browser keeps redirecting to random video game advertisements.

    On top of all that Chrome or Firefox spike to up to 30% CPU usage when I'm on Minecraft Forum, depending on which computer I'm on.

    I doubt this is the intended experience you guys wanted your users to have.

    Quote from Izraili

    A lot of people complain about performance on phones, yet i still load it in a few seconds, good layout on the other hand is another thing.
    Also, what kind of browser, etc do you use?


    I switch between Chrome and Firefox. Its much worse on Firefox though. On the phone i usually use chrome.
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    posted a message on Minecraft Forum Being Overrun By Hackers
    For the past few months Minecraft forum has been getting buggier and slower on any computer I use it on. Whether I'm at school, home, or work I get horrible performance...ok, right now there's an invisible ad playing in the background that i cant get rid of without closing the site. On top of that the site constantly crashes and forwards me to advertisements.

    Forget using the site on a phone. I dont have enough years in my life to wait for it to load.

    Are the developers of Minecraft forum trying to ruin their site or are they unaware that they are being massively hacked?
    Posted in: Forum Discussion & Info
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    posted a message on Video: Name Change Support Will be Added Soon
    Mojang's upcoming update, 1.7.6, will feature some new code that will eventually allow players the option to change their Minecraft username.

    Posted in: Other Videos
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    posted a message on Minecraft Name Change Support Is On Its Way
    It has been mentioned by Mojang that players will be able to change their usernames in the near future. Minecraft 1.7.6 will contain some changes involving name changes, but the feature probably won't be implemented until sometime during 1.8.

    Posted in: Recent Updates and Snapshots
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    posted a message on Village Marker Mod
    It seems that this mod doesn't quite work yet. Tried installing it on a fresh version folder a few times but when i hit the VM button it crashes my client.

    Edit: Just noticed that the mod still shows the bounding boxes around villages. It's just the menu that doesn't work.
    Posted in: Minecraft Mods
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    posted a message on How to Add Custom Audio to a Resource Pack - Mozart and Farting Pigs
    Adding custom audio to a resource pack

    Posted in: Tutorials
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    posted a message on Cool Vanilla Moonlight Effect
    This lighting effects creates the impression of moonlight shining through a doorway or window.

    Posted in: Tutorials
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    posted a message on Making Your Own Resource Pack
    These tutorials should be great for those of you with an artistic flair, who want to learn the technical side of making a resource pack. Its not as hard as you might think.

    Posted in: Tutorials
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    posted a message on Mob Disguise Trick In New Snapshots
    Quote from RobertFrans

    /effect @[playername] 14 100

    Where 100 is the amount of seconds. You can also do less seconds (or more, with a maximum of 1000000), as long as the effect takes longer then one round of your clock.


    Thanks!
    Posted in: Recent Updates and Snapshots
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