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[1.7.10]How to make two block high plants


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I asking how to make because im getting purple and black texture when make 16x32 but show me what i need to change for double block plant.

 

ItemBlockCrops :

https://gist.github.com/CroComeT/a4ecf8bf323c6cdaeca1

 

ItemSeedFood :

https://gist.github.com/CroComeT/7cab1fc4725d72ab2361

 

BlockCorn :

https://gist.github.com/CroComeT/0bde4ea8e10ec943e56a

 

BlockTomato :

https://gist.github.com/CroComeT/96d2d303e3d61f59294f

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Okay, the code you posted doesn't seem to have anything for double-height plants.  So if you're getting texture problems you should fix those first.  You need to confirm you have proper texture files with exactly the right names in the right asset location, and those files need to be properly recognized by Eclipse as part of your project.  Can you show screen shot of your assets package structure and file names?

 

For a double-height block it is probably best to create a separate block for the top part.  So the bottom part will grow and then when it finishes growing it should place the top block on top of itself, then the top should grow.

 

You can check if the block is finished growing in the incrementGrowStage() method of the bottom block, if the growthStage is >= 7 it is finished growing. 

 

Alternatively you can associate a tile entity with the bottom block and it can check to see about growing the top block.

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Okay, one problem is that a crop has 8 growth stages so needs 8 icons. Right now if your growth stage is more than 4 it won't have a texture.  Not sure if that is your problem, but it would be a problem so you should fix it.

 

So I think you should correct the registerBlockIcon() methods to have 8 icons registered.  Try this in your corn class:

@Override
@SideOnly(Side.CLIENT)
public void registerBlockIcons(IIconRegister parIIconRegister) {
          
iIcon = new IIcon[4];
iIcon[0] = parIIconRegister.registerIcon(MainClass.MODID + ":corn_0");
iIcon[1] = parIIconRegister.registerIcon(MainClass.MODID + ":corn_0");
iIcon[2] = parIIconRegister.registerIcon(MainClass.MODID + ":corn_1");
iIcon[3] = parIIconRegister.registerIcon(MainClass.MODID + ":corn_1");
iIcon[4] = parIIconRegister.registerIcon(MainClass.MODID + ":corn_2");
iIcon[5] = parIIconRegister.registerIcon(MainClass.MODID + ":corn_2");
iIcon[6] = parIIconRegister.registerIcon(MainClass.MODID + ":corn_3");
iIcon[7] = parIIconRegister.registerIcon(MainClass.MODID + ":corn_3");
   }

 

And your tomato like this:

@Override
@SideOnly(Side.CLIENT)
public void registerBlockIcons(IIconRegister parIIconRegister) {
          
iIcon = new IIcon[4];
// seems that crops like to have 8 growth icons, but okay to repeat actual texture if you want
iIcon[0] = parIIconRegister.registerIcon(MainClass.MODID + ":tomato_0");
iIcon[1] = parIIconRegister.registerIcon(MainClass.MODID + ":tomato_0");
iIcon[2] = parIIconRegister.registerIcon(MainClass.MODID + ":tomato_1");
iIcon[3] = parIIconRegister.registerIcon(MainClass.MODID + ":tomato_1");
iIcon[4] = parIIconRegister.registerIcon(MainClass.MODID + ":tomato_2");
iIcon[5] = parIIconRegister.registerIcon(MainClass.MODID + ":tomato_2");
iIcon[6] = parIIconRegister.registerIcon(MainClass.MODID + ":tomato_3");
iIcon[7] = parIIconRegister.registerIcon(MainClass.MODID + ":tomato_3");
   }

 

Does that help at all?

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Well, the error is pretty clear: Unable to parse metadata from itemsmod:textures/blocks/corn_0.png

java.lang.RuntimeException: broken aspect ratio and not an animation

 

It gives that error for most of you graphics.  It seems to think that the image should have animation metadata -- for animated blocks like fluids I think there is supposed to be some  .mcmeta file that goes with the image.

 

However, for the crop the growing animation isn't done with an animated image, but instead swaps in separate images.  So it should not be trying to do animated texture...

 

Can you post the code for your ItemBlockCrops class?

 

You may want to post separate help thread asking about the specific error message -- others may know better how to fix that.

 

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Well, the error is pretty clear: Unable to parse metadata from itemsmod:textures/blocks/corn_0.png

java.lang.RuntimeException: broken aspect ratio and not an animation

What that error actually means:

Minecraft expects your icon to have the same height and width, for example 16 x 16.  The only images which it will accept which don't follow this rule are animations.

 

So it is telling you that the height and width of your icon don't match each other (that's what aspect ratio means), because you're not trying to do an animation.

 

-TGG

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