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Get the count of items in stack and display it in lore of this item


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public class compressed_cobblestone extends BlockItem {
    public compressed_cobblestone(){
        super(
                blocks.COMPRESSED_COBBLESTONE.get(), new Properties().tab(BLOCKSTAB)

        );
    }
    @Override
    public void appendHoverText(ItemStack itemstack, Level world, List<Component> list, TooltipFlag flag) {
        super.appendHoverText(itemstack, world, list, flag);
        list.add(new TextComponent("cobblestone in stack:"));

        String count = String.valueOf( /*here method of getting count in stack*/ * 9); // PROBLEM HERE PROBLEM  HERE PROBLEM  HERE

        list.add(new TextComponent("    "/* 4 spaces*/ + count));
    }
}

 

Hi everyone!!!

how to get the number of blocks (items) in the stack and display them in lore?

I need to make it so that when I hover over a stack with items in the inventory, the number of items in this stack is written and multiplied nine times.
 

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16 minutes ago, diesieben07 said:

You are working with a decompiled and deobfuscated code base. There is no documentation. Look at the methods ItemStack provides, it is very obvious which one you need.

True ;)

I found this
ItemStack.of ( WHAT HERE??).getCount()
 

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Posted (edited)

I didn't find what I need in ItemStack

tolltip -> getTooltipImage() and getTooltipLines() but that's not what I need

but -  getCount() - what i need

How I can get itemstackfrom tolltip?

May be events?

Edited by senjmam
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Sorry... i am realy stupid!
Do not write code on a sleepy head, and learn English if you do not speak it perfectly
screenshot - IT IS WORKING YES!!! - https://pastenow.ru/GPQVV

final code

@Override
               public void appendHoverText(ItemStack itemstack, Level world, List<Component> list, TooltipFlag flag) {
        super.appendHoverText(itemstack, world, list, flag);
        list.add(new TextComponent("cobblestone in stack:"));
        list.add(new TextComponent(String.valueOf(itemstack.getCount() * 9)));
    }



 

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