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User Submitted Tutorials

Tutorials for creating Forge mods by users, for users!


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    • now I don't know how to help you you may want to create a new topic asking for help with that   the only thing that comes to mind isthat if you're on intelliJ, check if those are actaully subdirectories and not a single directory with dots in the name (as that is a very common problem that happens when people are modding with intelliJ)
    • Yes! thank you, it works great now. One more thing though, I followed default minecraft code for the armor, but even though I have all my layers in assets/gemstones/textures/models/armor it still shows up on my character as the 'no-texture' texture.
    • Exception message: java.lang.IllegalArgumentException: Duplicate registration jade you're registering "jade" twice, I think that should be the only thing wrong oh also, your enum constants should be all uppercased (it won't cause any errors of course, but it's the standard)  
    • Sure, i played around with the code a bit and added a ".get()" to the end of the material, this removed all errors. Except its wrong because now I launch and the game crashes, yet eclipse gives me no errors. Heres my list: package djofox.gemstones.materials; import java.util.function.Supplier; import djofox.gemstones.init.ItemInit; import net.minecraft.item.IItemTier; import net.minecraft.item.crafting.Ingredient; import net.minecraft.util.LazyValue; public enum ToolMaterialList implements IItemTier { beryl(0, 131, 15.0f, 2.75f, 30, () -> { return Ingredient.of(ItemInit.beryl.get()); }), jade(2, 500, 7.0f, 2.25f, 23, () -> { return Ingredient.of(ItemInit.jade.get()); }), moissanite(2, 500, 7.0f, 2.25f, 23, () -> { return Ingredient.of(ItemInit.moissanite.get()); }), kunzite(0, 315, 12f, 0.5f, 20, () -> { return Ingredient.of(ItemInit.kunzite.get()); }), orpiment(2, 258, 10f, 0.5f, 20, () -> { return Ingredient.of(ItemInit.orpiment.get()); }), mercurySulfide(2, 1012, 5.5f, 2.0f, 14, () -> { return Ingredient.of(ItemInit.mercurySulfide.get()); }), blackDiamond(3, 2757, 8.0f, 3.0f, 2, () -> { return Ingredient.of(ItemInit.blackDiamond.get()); }), treatedCarbide(4, 2560, 10.0f, 5.0f, 2, () -> { return Ingredient.of(ItemInit.siliconCarbide.get()); }); private final int level; private final int uses; private final float speed; private final float damage; private final int enchantmentValue; private final LazyValue<Ingredient> repairIngredient; private ToolMaterialList(int p_i48458_3_, int p_i48458_4_, float p_i48458_5_, float p_i48458_6_, int p_i48458_7_, Supplier<Ingredient> p_i48458_8_) { this.level = p_i48458_3_; this.uses = p_i48458_4_; this.speed = p_i48458_5_; this.damage = p_i48458_6_; this.enchantmentValue = p_i48458_7_; this.repairIngredient = new LazyValue<>(p_i48458_8_); } public int getUses() { return this.uses; } public float getSpeed() { return this.speed; } public float getAttackDamageBonus() { return this.damage; } public int getLevel() { return this.level; } public int getEnchantmentValue() { return this.enchantmentValue; } public Ingredient getRepairIngredient() { return this.repairIngredient.get(); } } Heres my init class which causes the crash (from taking other stuff) And heres the error I get when I crash (I dont know if you need it but better safe than sorry)  
    • can you show your ToolMaterialList?
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