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[Solved] [1.7.10] Mod Bucket "tryPlaceContainedLiquid" Crash.


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Hi, so first off, the crash log. http://pastebin.com/FpvuqtU9


Now, I've made the item for the bucket, but it crashes. Here is my init:


public class ModItems
    public static Item honeyBucket = new ItemHoneyBucket();

    public static void init()
        GameRegistry.registerItem(honeyComb, "honeyComb");
        GameRegistry.registerItem(honeyBucket, "honeyBucket");

        //Fluid Container

        FluidContainerRegistry.registerFluidContainer(ModBlocks.liquidHoney, new ItemStack(honeyBucket), new ItemStack(Items.bucket));


And here is my item class:


public class ItemHoneyBucket extends ItemBucket {
    public ItemHoneyBucket()
        this.maxStackSize = 1;


As soon as I use the bucket to place the liquid in the world it crashes. The only thing I can figure is that I did something wrong with the FluidContainerRegistry.


Thanks for any help!


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1. static init() is fine, you need not change it.


2. Don't create[declare] your bucket item with the (static) definition,

                                                                                                    because it has to be created after your block is created!

    So Just do declaration on your init() method, so honeyBucket = new ItemHoneyBucket() would be there.


  .. It is basic java..

I. Stellarium for Minecraft: Configurable Universe for Minecraft! (WIP)

II. Stellar Sky, Better Star Rendering&Sky Utility mod, had separated from Stellarium.

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