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LexManos

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  1. You have some extension installed on your web browser that is hijacking connections to adfoc.us. If you don't want to support us by looking at ads, then you can use the direct links.
  2. That is something to ask your 'paid host', as you're kinda paying them.
  3. Unfortunately, this just isnt something that the forums supports. Especially the deletion of your own account. We have to do all that stuff manually, which is really annoying.
  4. 1.8 is no longer supported on this forum. Please update to a modern version of Minecraft to receive support.
  5. u301 should have the LetsEncrypt certs. You can try J11 or J9. Make sure to be sure you're running the lava you think.
  6. Installed TCon, Mantle, and Tag Tooltips. Looks like it loads the data just fine. I would blame some other mod you have installed interfering with the tag system. Most likely, you have another mod that is loaading after TCon that is overwriting the ingots tag. Which is why adding the json as a datapack after the fact makes it 'work'
  7. Your report is very hard to actually understand. Your best bet is to stop trying to 'describe' the issue and provide the actual tag files and what you are expecting to happen. Because all of our tests in tags work just fine. Also, there is no 'registering' of tag in the sense you're talking about. All tags are 'registered' when they are read from disc in one pass. So ya, provide us a test case of your tags and we'll see if it's a real issue or not.
  8. Some zip managers like to take control of the .jar file extension away from Java. Make sure you have Java installed and try running Jarfix once, then try the installer again.
  9. Keep avoiding answering my question by asking other unrelated questions. But i'll humor you. It's been something we've been thinking of doing ever since the first person ran the wrong jar. So probably about the 1.3 days. So, now answer my question.
  10. You don't, the entire point of the codecs is that it knows what type its constructing. You'll have to make your own codec.
  11. They have to support multiple ways of installing things as is. Cuz ya know, the 7 year jump in technology that happened in when they bumped from java 8 to java 16. Things had to change due to factors outside our control, so sucks to be a server provider but you're gunna have to actually do some work instead of just raking in the cash for doing nothing. It's not like it's even a hard change, we've done everything for them. They literally just have to run a shell script. Again, why do you care? Are you a server provider? If so stop being lazy. If not, then it doesn't matter to you.
  12. Some zip managers like to take control of the .jar file extension away from Java. Make sure you have Java installed and try running Jarfix once, then try the installer again.
  13. It moved to the libraries folder because we got sick of people being dumb running the vanilla jar instead of Forge's thus causing their world to loose mod data and the like. We've wanted to do this for years, but kept getting push back from server hosts who were too lazy to change how they delt with their server layouts. Now that we are forced to change how the server launches due to Java's Modular system, we decided to do it. Why would you want it moved back? It should not effect you in any way where it is located.
  14. Without the complete logs I cant tell you whats going on. But from what you have sent whatever mod 'testharness' is, expects tags to be sent from the server. {Typically means the mod isnt installed on the server} Either remove it from the client, or install it on the server.
  15. How are you running the server? Show us exact command you're running. Don't say a script or batch file, we need the command. Sounds like you're running the vanilla server, not Forge. Also, don't rename any of the files the installer makes.
  16. Some zip managers {and in your case I guess notepad?} like to take control of the .jar file extension away from Java. Make sure you have Java installed and try running Jarfix once, then try the installer again.
  17. The problem is with your java install. The issue is that it does not contain the LetsEncrypt root ceritificate. {Or else you have a MUCH larger issue where you have someone intercepting your network traffic} Be sure you're running the version of java you think you are running by manually running it with the full path from the command line.
  18. As stated in our last stream. There are mechanics in place to protect us from the 'hit by a bus' syndrom. We don't have just one or two people working on things. I've been working as best I can to make everything in our process open source and teach everyone who is competant how to do what I do. On top of that, no I don't have any intention of stopping. So it's not something i'm too worried about.
  19. Forge is not a 'launcher' It uses the vanilla launcher. The official one from Mojang. If you want help with that you'll have to pride your logs.
  20. That is not the full logs. That is a screenshot. The logs are a text file in the same place your installer is. Most likely scinario is something is blocking java from accessing the internet, try temporarily disabeling any firewall/AV you have. And make sure you're running a modern java, as some older ones do not contain the LetsEncrypt root certificate.
  21. 1) You shouldn't set the start size to higher then the max size 2) Are you SURE you wanna set your starting RAM to 20GB?
  22. This was a interesting road to go down. Turns out, Mojang changed how things work just slightly enough that it did not show up in out tests. Either way, it is fixed in 37.0.43, verified it myself by waiting for things to spawn in nether fortresses.
  23. 1.12 is no longer supported on this forum. Please update to a modern version of Minecraft to receive support.
  24. Cant reproduce it, be more descriptive, and provide logs.
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