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Posts posted by DaemonUmbra

  1. Haven't made items in a while but I think your issue is you should be using "supertnt:starrecord" rather than just "starrecord", if I'm wrong someone else please correct me.

    Edit: I recommend using hardcoded values as little as possible getRegistryName() is preferable.

    Edit 2: I can't test at the moment but the tip from my first edit may require use of the @ObjectHolder annotation

  2. 9 minutes ago, Ali Altamimi said:

    Caused by: java.lang.OutOfMemoryError: Java heap space


    9 minutes ago, Ali Altamimi said:

    up to 259522560 bytes (247 MB)

    You'll need to give it a lot more memory, 4Gigs is usually standard with modded Minecraft


    Edit: When I say 4Gigs I mean the client, you can usually get away with a little less for a server since it's not storing textures, but it will still need upwards of 2G

  3. It should be noted that this is not the recommended way to start a Minecraft server.
    This method will give you more control over how much ram the server has, as well as the option to run it in a command line, freeing up a little bit of extra ram that would've been used by the GUI.


    Note that in the example I've linked you can simply substitute the Forge Jar in for the Minecraft jar in the actual commands, though the minecraft jar still needs to be there in the files of course.

  4. If you were running the pack with the Twitch launcher, forcing Twitch to re-download all the jar files might fix it.

    You can do this by going into C:\Users\<Your Username>\Documents\Curse\Minecraft\Install and deleting your libraries and versions folders.


    Note: I'm not sure what you meant by:

    On 3/27/2018 at 5:29 PM, Zinoda said:

    I've deleted the old files to make new ones

    in particular I don't know which specific files you are referring to

  5. On 8/12/2017 at 10:06 AM, Starwort said:

    Actually, when you forget to install the required dependencies, when you close it, the launcher doesn't come back as it used to be able to. It would be a helpful addition, even if it wasn't used often. Heck, even a button to crash the game would be fine as it reopens the launcher.

    If you have a world open, holding F3 and C for 10 seconds will crash the game as part of vanilla minecraft's debugging features. As for the launcher re-opening, while it's no longer automatic you can set it to remain open while the game runs by following the steps below.

    Keep Launcher Open.png

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