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[1.7.2] Problem with instance on FMLCommonHandler


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Trying to add keybindings to my Snobsidian Mod (1.7.2) following online java tutorial from FORGE websitte http://www.minecraftforge.net/wiki/Key_Binding. Everything seems fine until I try to hook into FMLCommon Handler Bus (  FMLCommonHandler.instance().bus().register(new KeyInputHandler());  )then i get a "instance" error in eclipse.  I think I'm calling it from the right placeright after  @SidedProxy(clientSide = "BCHSnobsidian.common.ClientProxy", serverSide = "BCHSnobsidian.common.CommonProxy")

    public static CommonProxy proxy;    but I could be mistaken.

not sure if client side / Server side is a concern. or if i need to pass a instance argument. I'm new to the community and would like to THANK YOU all in advance for any help



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The problem appears to be that you've put your call to the handler outside of any method.  And a lot of your code is in the class constructor but it should be in preInit, postInit.


This link might help



If you're just new to Java, this thread might be of interest






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Thank you very much Ghost for taking the time to review my code and Reply. I'm following the links you provided and am realizing I don't have quite the grasp on Java I thought i did.

I'm rewriting my code to reflect the Basic Framework for forge mods. Then I'm going back a reviewing some things  (Recursive methods, HashMaps etc.) hopefully along the way something will "click" and ill understand why its not working.

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