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  1. I had found the problem now. IntelliJ created a folder named "assets.teleporter.textueres..." and not a folder "assets" and a folder "teleporter" in it... It worked if i create these folders manually. Thanks for all your help!
  2. Great thanks. There is the png. Is that right?
  3. Do you know what he means? Is it fixed now?
  4. I can't find this setting anywhere.
  5. No, i'am not sure. I don't know the path of the output folder. I start Minecraft over the IntelliJ option.
  6. Hey, I try to load a GUI, but minecraft can't find the png. What do I wrong? PS: I'am using IntelliJ.
  7. Froge is to hard for me I get an NullPointer when I try to register a command. What I'am doing wrong?
  8. Some error. Thanks for opening the report!
  9. ;D That sound's not good a forge beginner I try it.
  10. You mean this: return super.onItemRightClick(itemStackIn, worldIn, playerIn, hand); right? Please ignore my code example I only want to show want I had made, I don't think that this is the right way. Or how to register my class for the normal compass?
  11. Yeah, you are right. I'am new with forge, can you tell me please it's right? I would like to get the event when some right-click with a normal compass in his hand.
  12. Hey, Can you tell me how to get the event when right-clicking on an vanilla item. Not a custom one. I don't want to create a new item, I only want to add a feature to the old one. I tried to create this class. But I don't know how to register/add this feature to the normal/old compass. public class Compass extends ItemCompass { public CompassTeleporter() { super(); } @Override public ActionResult<ItemStack> onItemRightClick(ItemStack itemStackIn, World worldIn, EntityPlayer playerIn, EnumHand hand) { System.out.println("Test"); } }
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