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[1.8] Registering Item Models With Metadata


shucke

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So im trying to register 2 different items with metadata sensitve models.

Now it finds the model and all but the models for the second item appear on the first item.

I cant seem to find the error in this, mainly because i haven't done this before with 1.8.

So here is the registering code:

private void registerFishItemModels(){

	List<String> rawFishModelNames = new ArrayList();
	List<String> cookedFishModelNames = new ArrayList();

	for(int i = 0; i < FishRegistry.getFishTypeList().length; i++){
		FishType fish = FishRegistry.getFishFromID(i);
		if(fish == null)
			continue;

		String s = JUtils.capitalize(fish.fishName);

		String rawName = Fishing.ID + ":fish" + s + "Raw";
		registerItemModelWithMeta(FishingItems.rawFish, i, rawName);
		rawFishModelNames.add(rawName);

		if(fish.isCookable()){
			String cookedName = Fishing.ID + ":fish" + s + "Cooked";
			registerItemModelWithMeta(FishingItems.cookedFish, i, cookedName);
			cookedFishModelNames.add(cookedName);
		}
	}

	ModelBakery.addVariantName(FishingItems.rawFish, JUtils.convertStringList(rawFishModelNames));
	ModelBakery.addVariantName(FishingItems.cookedFish, JUtils.convertStringList(cookedFishModelNames));
}

private void registerItemModelWithMeta(Item item, int meta, String loc){
	Minecraft.getMinecraft().getRenderItem().getItemModelMesher().register(FishingItems.rawFish, meta, new ModelResourceLocation(loc, "inventory"));
}

 

*The JUtils class is just an helper class to convert a list to array

 

So the models for the cooked fish appear on the raw fish and non appear on the raw fish.

Any help would be greatly apreciated because i cant seem to figure it out.

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Dude... you need more sleep :)

 

	private void registerItemModelWithMeta(Item item, int meta, String loc){
	Minecraft.getMinecraft().getRenderItem().getItemModelMesher().register(
                           FishingItems.rawFish,                                                                           // aiiiiee
                           meta, new ModelResourceLocation(loc, "inventory"));

 

-TGG

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