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[Solved][1.18] ThrownItemRenderer texture override


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Is there a way to "override" an entity's texture to something else without creating a "dummy" item when using ThrownItemRenderer? I tried creating a Renderer that extends it with a ResourceLocation override but this does not change the entity's 2D texture. Any help would be appreciated.

Render class:

public class BulletEntityRenderer extends ThrownItemRenderer {

    private static final ResourceLocation TEXTURE = new ResourceLocation(ExampleMod.MOD_ID, "textures/entity/bullet.png");

    public BulletEntityRenderer(EntityRendererProvider.Context context) {
        super(context);
    }

    @Override
    public ResourceLocation getTextureLocation(Entity entity) {
        return TEXTURE;
    }
}

Render registry:

public class ModRender {

    public static void registerRender() {
        EntityRenderers.register(ExampleMod.BULLET, BulletEntityRenderer::new);
    }
}

Entity class:

public class BulletEntity extends ThrowableItemProjectile {

    private float damage = 12.0F;
    private int pierceLevel = 0;
    private int ticksAlive = 0;
    private final int lifespan = 60;

    public BulletEntity(EntityType<BulletEntity> type, Level world) {
        super(type, world);
    }

    public BulletEntity(Player player, Level world, float damage, int pierceLevel) {
        super(ExampleMod.BULLET, player, world);
        this.damage = damage;
        this.pierceLevel = pierceLevel;
        this.setNoGravity(true);
    }

    public DamageSource causeBulletDamage(BulletEntity bullet, Entity attacker) {
        return (new IndirectEntityDamageSource("bullet", bullet, attacker)).setProjectile();
    }

    public void tick() {
        super.tick();

        Vec3 vec3d = this.getDeltaMovement();
        double d1 = vec3d.x;
        double d2 = vec3d.y;
        double d0 = vec3d.z;

        if (this.isInWater()) {
            this.level.addParticle(ParticleTypes.BUBBLE, this.getX(), this.getY(), this.getZ(), -d1, -d2, -d0);
        } else {
            this.level.addParticle(ParticleTypes.SMOKE, this.getX(), this.getY(), this.getZ(), -d1, -d2, -d0);
        }

        if (ticksAlive > lifespan) {
            this.discard();
        }
        ticksAlive++;
    }

    @Override
    protected void onHitEntity(EntityHitResult hitResult) {
        LivingEntity target = (LivingEntity) hitResult.getEntity();
        Entity shooter = getOwner();
        double armor = target.getArmorValue() * (1 - (0.2 * pierceLevel));
        double toughness = target.getAttribute(Attributes.ARMOR_TOUGHNESS).getValue();
        float finalDamage = (float) (damage * (1 - (Math.min(20, Math.max((armor / 5), armor - ((4 * damage) / (toughness + 8))))) / 25));
        target.hurt(causeBulletDamage(this, shooter).bypassArmor(), finalDamage);
    }
    
    @Override
    public Item getDefaultItem() {
        return ModItems.BULLET;
    }
}
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6 hours ago, Luis_ST said:

which Entity? a vanilla Entity?

The entity I created uses the 2D item texture of itself when it spawns since it extends ThrowableItemProjectile, what I want to do is override/change this texture to something else in the renderer if this is possible.

6 hours ago, diesieben07 said:

Custom entities must override getAddEntityPacket and call NetworkHooks.getEntitySpawningPackets.

Entity renderers must be registered using EntityRenderersEvent.RegisterRenderers.

Did the following, but didn't have an effect on the texture (unless it isn't supposed to or I am still doing something incorrectly):

BulletEntity:

@Override
public Packet<?> getAddEntityPacket() {
	return NetworkHooks.getEntitySpawningPacket(this);
}

Main mod class:

@SubscribeEvent
public static void registerRenders(EntityRenderersEvent.RegisterRenderers event) {
	event.registerEntityRenderer(ExampleMod.BULLET, BulletEntityRenderer::new);
}

 

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Init:

public static EntityType<BulletEntity> BULLET = EntityType.Builder.<BulletEntity>of(BulletEntity::new, MobCategory.MISC)
            .sized(0.5F, 0.5F)
            .setTrackingRange(4)
            .setUpdateInterval(20)
            .setShouldReceiveVelocityUpdates(true)
            .build(MOD_ID + ":bullet");

Entity spawn:
 

    @Override
    public void createProjectile(Player player, Level level, ItemStack stack) {
        int pierceLevel = EnchantmentHelper.getItemEnchantmentLevel(ModEnchantments.FIREPOWER, stack);
        if (!level.isClientSide) {
            BulletEntity bullet = new BulletEntity(player, level, getDamage(), pierceLevel);
            bullet.shootFromRotation(player, player.getXRot(), player.getYRot(), 0.0F, 1.5F, 1.0F);
            level.addFreshEntity(bullet);
        }
    }
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1 minute ago, CrackedScreen said:

Init:

public static EntityType<BulletEntity> BULLET = EntityType.Builder.<BulletEntity>of(BulletEntity::new, MobCategory.MISC)
            .sized(0.5F, 0.5F)
            .setTrackingRange(4)
            .setUpdateInterval(20)
            .setShouldReceiveVelocityUpdates(true)
            .build(MOD_ID + ":bullet");

Refer to the documentation on registries for how to properly register things. This is incorrect.

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Swapped the entity to a RegistryObject, but now getting a constructor error in my Entity Class:
 

Cannot resolve constructor 'BulletEntity'

Registry:

public static final RegistryObject<EntityType<? extends BulletEntity>> BULLET = ENTITIES.register("bullet", () -> EntityType.Builder.of(BulletEntity::new, MobCategory.MISC)
            .sized(0.5F, 0.5F)
            .setShouldReceiveVelocityUpdates(true)
            .setTrackingRange(4)
            .setUpdateInterval(20)
            .build("bullet"));

Class constructors:

    public BulletEntity(EntityType<? extends BulletEntity> type, Level level) {
        super(type, level);
    }

    public BulletEntity(Level level, float damage, int pierceLevel) {
        super(ExampleMod.BULLET.get(), level);
        this.damage = damage;
        this.pierceLevel = pierceLevel;
        this.setNoGravity(true);
    }

The second constructor is used elsewhere to create the projectile in the world, yet the IDE will not stop throwing an error until it is removed or commented out.

I ask again if it is possible to change a 2D item texture from a projectile extending ThrowableProjectileEntity using a custom render (extending from ThrownItemRenderer), as that was my original question.

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Bumping topic again, as I have gotten the projectile to register properly and even print out the amount of ticks it is alive, yet doesn't "spawn" in the world when it should be.

Spawning code:

    @Override
    public void createProjectile(Player player, Level level, ItemStack stack) {
        int pierceLevel = EnchantmentHelper.getItemEnchantmentLevel(ModEnchantments.FIREPOWER, stack);
        if (!level.isClientSide) {
            BulletEntity bullet = new BulletEntity(level, getDamage(), pierceLevel);
            bullet.shootFromRotation(player, player.getXRot(), player.getYRot(), 0.0F, 1.5F, 1.0F);
            level.addFreshEntity(bullet);
        }
    }

BulletEntity:
 

public class BulletEntity extends ThrowableItemProjectile {

    private float damage = 12.0F;
    private int pierceLevel = 0;
    private int ticksAlive = 0;
    private final int lifespan = 60;

    public BulletEntity(EntityType<? extends BulletEntity> type, Level level) {
        super(type, level);
    }

    public BulletEntity(Level level, float damage, int pierceLevel) {
        super(ExampleMod.BULLET.get(), level);
        this.damage = damage;
        this.pierceLevel = pierceLevel;
        this.setNoGravity(true);
    }

    public DamageSource causeBulletDamage(BulletEntity bullet, Entity attacker) {
        return (new IndirectEntityDamageSource("bullet", bullet, attacker)).setProjectile();
    }

    public void tick() {
        super.tick();

        Vec3 vec3d = this.getDeltaMovement();
        double d1 = vec3d.x;
        double d2 = vec3d.y;
        double d0 = vec3d.z;

        if (this.isInWater()) {
            this.level.addParticle(ParticleTypes.BUBBLE, this.getX(), this.getY(), this.getZ(), -d1, -d2, -d0);
        } else {
            this.level.addParticle(ParticleTypes.SMOKE, this.getX(), this.getY(), this.getZ(), -d1, -d2, -d0);
        }

        if (ticksAlive > lifespan) {
            this.discard();
        }
        ticksAlive++;
    }

    @Override
    protected void onHitEntity(EntityHitResult hitResult) {
        LivingEntity target = (LivingEntity) hitResult.getEntity();
        Entity shooter = getOwner();
        double armor = target.getArmorValue() * (1 - (0.2 * pierceLevel));
        double toughness = target.getAttribute(Attributes.ARMOR_TOUGHNESS).getValue();
        float finalDamage = (float) (damage * (1 - (Math.min(20, Math.max((armor / 5), armor - ((4 * damage) / (toughness + 8))))) / 25));
        target.hurt(causeBulletDamage(this, shooter).bypassArmor(), finalDamage);
    }

    @Override
    public Item getDefaultItem() {
        return ModItems.BULLET;
    }

    public Packet<?> getAddEntityPacket() {
        return NetworkHooks.getEntitySpawningPacket(this);
    }
}

Registry:

public static final DeferredRegister<EntityType<?>> ENTITIES = DeferredRegister.create(ForgeRegistries.ENTITIES, MOD_ID);

public static final RegistryObject<EntityType<BulletEntity>> BULLET = ENTITIES.register("bullet", () -> EntityType.Builder.<BulletEntity>of(BulletEntity::new, MobCategory.MISC)
            .sized(0.5F, 0.5F)
            .setShouldReceiveVelocityUpdates(true)
            .setTrackingRange(4)
            .setUpdateInterval(20)
            .build("bullet"));
  
public ExampleMod() {
	ENTITIES.register(FMLJavaModLoadingContext.get().getModEventBus());
	MinecraftForge.EVENT_BUS.register(this);
}

 

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