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I am getting these errors and I don't know how to resolve them. I am using


I have errors in the FutureWeaponsMain class

and the RenderPlasmaBolt class

tell me if you need more. thanks!


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Sorry github didn't work the way I thought it was going to.


errors under


loadTexture in


The method loadTexture(String) is undefined for the type RenderPlasmaBolt



Errors under proxy in


proxy cannot be resolved



public void registerRenderers() {

syntax error on token "void", @ expected



public void registerRenderers() {

Syntax error, insert "EnumBody" to complete BlockStatement

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So you mean you have errors in Eclipse.  I thought you meant you had crashes when running the program.


Okay, when programming the IDE (Integrated Development Environment) helps you by proof-reading your code for obvious mistakes that will affect compilation.  So it is very normal to have lots of these errors appear while you're coding.  The easiest thing is to often see if Eclipse will suggest a fix that looks correct.  I think you can just hover over the part of the code that has a red underline and some suggested fixes will pop up.


For example, for the "The method loadTexture(String) is undefined for the type RenderPlasmaBolt" it should offer to create the method for you.  Note however that it will create the structure for the method but it won't know what to put in the method.  So if you're copying a tutorial you'll have to see what should be in that method.


However, I expect you don't know a lot about Java programming so it can be tricky to figure out the proper fix.  For example, the "proxy cannot be resolved" means that you didn't define it (at least it is not defined in the scope of where you're referencing it).  You should read up on how Java classes and methods work.

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