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  1. Source: https://github.com/DaemonUmbra/Seeds-Hidden-in-Things Yes the mod is rather immature, it started as a gag. The problem I'm having is the main item is a thrown item, but doesn't render when it is thrown(right clicked). I am attempting to use RenderSnowball to avoid reinventing the wheel, wrapping it in a lambda for the IRenderFactory "conversion"(I have tried an anonymous IRenderFactory and had the same issue) and registering it in in my ClientProxy during PreInit as instructed by the JavaDoc comment for RenderingRegistry#registerEntityRenderingHandler. The entity gets constructed, ticks, and performs all its functions, I have confirmed that much.
  2. 1) This thread is from 2015, if you have an issue please do not necro. 2) 1.7.10 is no longer supported, update to receive support.
  3. I'm not quite sure what you're asking. If you are asking if the installer you have can install servers for the versions you listed, NO. If you are asking if there are installers for those versions, possibly, I'm not sure how long ago the installer framework was made.
  4. Is it the same installer you got that log from? Because that is a 1.11.2 version, each forge installer only installs one version, you cannot use a 1.11.2 installer to install a 1.12.2 server.
  5. What version are you trying to run? For 1.12.2: Get the 1.12.2 installer For 1.11.2: Get a 1.11.2 vanilla server jar
  6. You are running the installer for 1.11.2... Also, please activate Windows...
  7. Either your server jar is corrupted or you did not rename it:
  8. Run the installer again after renaming the vanilla server, the installer will take a quick look at the jar and skip the step that appears to be giving you issues.
  9. Forge requires Java 8, from there it's just a recommendation to use the latest, I'm not completely clear on what will force gradle to refresh itself from the environment variables, but it might require a reboot to make sure.
  10. I'm afraid there isn't much you can do as a user besides bug them to get a fresh devkit and update properly.
  11. You need to use Java 8, if you need Java 10 for something else Gradle will use whatever Java version you point to with the JAVA_HOME environment variable. (i.e. my JAVA_HOME variable is "D:\Program Files\Java\jdk1.8.0_152")
  12. Pixelmon are trying to use an internal API call that has been removed, Pixelmon needs to be updated
  13. Please use a site like pastebin or GitHub's Gist, it's easier for people trying to help you when you use a site that will display the file rather than offering "Free or Premium download?"
  14. 1.7.10 is no longer supported on this forum, if you want assistance you'll need to update.
  15. 1.7.10 is no longer supported on this forum. If you are part of the TEALS-K12 team I found through a quick google search I highly suggest the project be updated for a more recent version of Minecraft.
  16. Extra Utils 2 and Buildcraft are having integration issues
  17. If you can sniff out the last version of forge that worked you could use that I suppose, but it's on pixelmon for the REAL fix.
  18. So I lied, Powershell won't work in this situation, however you can quickly switch to a command line prompt by typing cmd into powershell
  19. Pixelmon is being developed with an outdated version of forge, they need to update their code.
  20. When you say "When they are already there" do you mean you downloaded them yourself? Try this:
  21. Google Translate turns it into an error I'm more familiar with, "An existing connection was forcibly closed by the remote host" the server log will be the one that has a chance of telling us why the connection was forcibly closed.
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