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  1. So I want to add a cooking fire which can cook food but not ores, is there a way to check for this automatically or do I need to add a list manually?
  2. I am uncertain what is happening here as I have had recipes in the past, but they currently are causing the game to crash during initialization. I am not sure what is happening here, as I have declared recipes like this before and it has worked. I think I am in an overthinking it loop as I started working on this fairly late last night and have been working on it on and off every few hours since. Crash-log The class containing recipes: https://github.com/squirrelkiller/SK-Utils/blob/master/src/main/java/com/squirrelkiller/utilities/init/ModRecipes.java
  3. So I am am suffering from either a sever case of just stupid, or you use it if you don't use it. I am hoping the latter. I haven't touched Java in maybe 6 or so months, but last time I did was to create a simple minecraft mod to rebalance the game as I wanted. I am in the process of recreating and rebalancing said mod and just tidying it all up as I am planning on using it in a more modern pack and figured I would release to the public this time around. Now last time I did all this was in the early days of 1.8, so I assumed that the old way to add an item was mostly the same, and so I did this: package com.squirrelkiller.utilities.init; import com.squirrelkiller.utilities.Reference; import net.minecraft.client.Minecraft; import net.minecraft.client.renderer.block.model.ModelResourceLocation; import net.minecraft.item.Item; import net.minecraftforge.fml.common.registry.GameRegistry; public class ModItems { public static Item bedding; public static Item bed_frame; public static void init() { bedding = new Item().setUnlocalizedName("bedding"); bed_frame = new Item().setUnlocalizedName("bed_frame"); } public static void registerModItem() { GameRegistry.registerItem(bedding, bedding.getUnlocalizedName().substring(5)); GameRegistry.registerItem(bed_frame, bed_frame.getUnlocalizedName().substring(5)); } public static void registerRenders() { registerRender(bed_frame); registerRender(bedding); } public static void registerRender(Item item) { Minecraft.getMinecraft().getRenderItem().getItemModelMesher().register(item, 0, new ModelResourceLocation(Reference.MOD_ID + ":" + item.getUnlocalizedName().substring(5), "inventory")); } } Well this actually turns out to now be wrong, and it suggests that I use IForgeRegistry. Well it turns out I am just stupid as I am staring blankly at this basically drooling like an idiot trying to figure out how exactly to use this newer method. I am reading the Javadoc for it and I can tell it will make my life so much easier, but I think I am just over thinking it, can someone just show me how this works. I know this is stupid, but I feel like I am just stupid right now and forgetting how to java.
  4. I am having issues getting forge to run with Minecraft 1.5.2, I was recently rebuilding a modpack for a server I play on after I had some issues resulting in the loss of the minecraft instance that I required, so I downloaded the zip I had backed up and went through installing the mods, ran Minecraft to get a vanilla install, installed a pure forge install, as is my custom to ensure forge is working, before adding in the desired mods. Forge is failing to run properly after multiple attempts, I got a little frustrated and so I decided to try with a 1.6.2 version to play some Terrafirmacraft, Vanilla boots up fine, then pure forge fails to launch. I figured it might just be something weird going on last night, shut it down and tried again today, still having the same issue. Since I am more concerned about getting into my 1.5.2 server I want to see if I can fix that first, and I will assume that the issue is the same for both 1.5.2 as well as 1.6.2. I have attempted to use the forge installer on 1.6.2 and MultiMC in 1.5.2 to install forge, as well I had attempted installing it manually, as I had done many times before, and even decided to actually double check and follow the install directions on the site to the letter to make sure I was not making a mistake. I can not figure out the issue so I decided I would ask here. I have the log file below, I have ran Minecraft on this exact machine less than a week ago and have not changed any hardware nor software. It is saying I do not have internet when I do, so please tell me what the issue is and how I may rectify it if you are able. EDIT: A friend pointed out the mistake who knows more about making sense of crash logs than I do, had to install the Libs manually, can someone please fix this?
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