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[1.3.2] Tutorial Help (Textures)


Shi_Vral

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Ok, I'm wracking my brain here, but having no luck.  I can't seem to get the Tutorial's Textures to load in my game.  Can someone tell me exactly the path (from the MCP folder) that I should be putting these files in, if my package is named Tutorial and the Mod name is Generic?  I'm sure this is a dumb question, but I just want to get textures working before I move on.  Thanks!

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took me some time too, but heres the way how i did it.

 

based of that your mod starts somewhere in common (my path would be something like "%MCPROOT%/forge/common/xemrox/testmod")

and that your file is named "texture.png".

(if you work with eclipse you most likely created the corresponding package)

 

you would like to register it this way:

MinecraftForgeClient.preloadTexture("/xemrox/testmod/texure.png");

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As a side note:

September 8th, 2012

There was a mistake in understanding the difference between the common and src source directories. common is used for both server side and client side code while src is used purely for client side. If you want your mod to work, please move over the tutorial.generic package to the common source directory.

straight from the wiki.

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