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[1.7.2] adding Tools/ToolMaterial


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This is what you can use for the ToolMaterial.

 

public static ToolMaterial ToolMaterialName = EnumHelper.addToolMaterial("REDSTONE", HarvestLevel, MaxUses, Efficiency, Damage, Enchantment);

 

Just remember if you haven't used ToolMaterial before the Efficiency and the Damage are both floats!

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Got A Problem with crafting now.

 

I have this setup actually loading,

 

 

 

public static void addCrafting(){

 

GameRegistry.addShapedRecipe(new ItemStack(sword), new Object[] { " XX",

" x ",

" x ",

" / ",

 

'X', Items.ingot,

'/', net.minecraft.init.Items.stick

});

}

 

 

(checked the loading with system.out.println )

but I can't craft it. I think the problem is when I use a stick. Also can't import that class it tells me it's a unused import

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public static void addCrafting(){
    GameRegistry.addShapedRecipe(new ItemStack(sword),
new Object[] {	" XX",
			" x ",
			" x ",
			" / ",
			'X', Items.ingot,	
			'/', net.minecraft.init.Items.stick
		   });
}

I dunno if it's just me, but it appears that your crafting table has 4 rows in the grid. I hope that is wrong and you removed the extra row in your actual code.

 

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This works

 

//make golden sword from 1 stick, 2 blocks of dirt v.1.7.2
    	GameRegistry.addShapedRecipe(new ItemStack(Items.golden_sword, 1),
    			new Object[]{ "X1X", "X4X", "X7X", 
    		Character.valueOf('1'), new ItemStack(Blocks.dirt, 1), 
    		Character.valueOf('4'), new ItemStack(Blocks.dirt, 1), 
    		Character.valueOf('7'), new ItemStack(Items.stick, 1), 
    	});}

 

"XXX", "XXX", "XXX" represents the slots in the crafting window

"012", "345", "678"

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