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Minecraft 1.19.2 - Problems in Particle registration: Registration not recognized.


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It's the first time I try to manufacture custom particles. First, I tried tutorials on the internet, then I started copying known mods, but none worked, all with the same problem:

"Caused by: java.lang.IllegalStateException: Failed to load description for particle modcraft:ice_particles"

Apparently, the problem is in RegisterParticleProvidersEvent registration which is Deprecated. Does anyone know an alternative way to register particles?

here is my classes:


Main Class:

        modid = "modcraft"
public class ModCraft
    public static final String MOD_ID = "modcraft";
    //public static final Logger LOGGER = LogUtils.getLogger();
    public static final Logger LOGGER = LogManager.getLogger();

    public ModCraft()
        IEventBus modEventBus = FMLJavaModLoadingContext.get().getModEventBus();




   (.... ) 

Class to register all new particles:


public class ModParticles {
    public static final DeferredRegister<ParticleType<?>> PARTICLE_TYPES =
            DeferredRegister.create(ForgeRegistries.PARTICLE_TYPES, ModCraft.MOD_ID);

    public static final RegistryObject<SimpleParticleType> ICE_PARTICLES =
            PARTICLE_TYPES.register("ice_particles", () -> new SimpleParticleType(false));



Customized Particle Class:


public class IceParticle extends TextureSheetParticle {
    protected IceParticle(ClientLevel level, double xCoord, double yCoord, double zCoord,
                          SpriteSet spriteSet, double xd, double yd, double zd) {
        super(level, xCoord, yCoord, zCoord, xd, yd, zd);

        this.friction = 0.8F;
        this.xd = xd;
        this.yd = yd;
        this.zd = zd;
        this.quadSize *= 0.85F;
        this.lifetime = 20;

        this.rCol = 1f;
        this.gCol = 1f;
        this.bCol = 1f;

    public void tick() {

    private void fadeOut() {
        this.alpha = (-(1/(float)lifetime) * age + 1);

    public ParticleRenderType getRenderType() {
        return ParticleRenderType.TERRAIN_SHEET;

    public static class Provider implements ParticleProvider<SimpleParticleType> {
        private final SpriteSet sprites;

        public Provider(SpriteSet spriteSet) {
            this.sprites = spriteSet;

        public Particle createParticle(SimpleParticleType particleType, ClientLevel level,
                                       double x, double y, double z,
                                       double dx, double dy, double dz) {
            return new IceParticle(level, x, y, z, this.sprites, dx, dy, dz);


 Register Event Class


public class ClientEvents {

    @Mod.EventBusSubscriber(modid = ModCraft.MOD_ID, value = Dist.CLIENT, bus = Mod.EventBusSubscriber.Bus.MOD)
    public static class ClientModBusEvents {

        public static void registerParticleFactories(RegisterParticleProvidersEvent event) {
            //Minecraft.getInstance().particleEngine.register(ModParticles.PIERCE_PARTICLES.get(), PierceParticle.Provider::new);
            event.register((ParticleType) ModParticles.ICE_PARTICLES.get(), IceParticle.Provider::new);




Could you tell me where the error is?
Minecraft 1.19.2 .

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11 hours ago, DouglasRafael said:

Apparently, the problem is in RegisterParticleProvidersEvent registration which is Deprecated. Does anyone know an alternative way to register particles?

It isn't if you're using the event register method, which you are. The failed to load description means it couldn't open the particle json or an error occurred while reading it. Do you have a particle json with the textures in the correct location and you are currently not viewing the file in a text editor of some sort?

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