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[1.7.10] [Solved] Textures not working.


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I made some blocks, most of which will be used to generate a structure. I added them to the lang file, added textures for them, and added them to my Creative Tab. I then ran it to build the structure (I like laying out generated structures before adding the code) and opened up the Creative Tab. No textures:

 

8UOdQOv.png

 

The blocks not working are BlockThatch, BlockSmoothSandstone, BlockTurnedPlanksBirch, BlockTurnedPlanksOak, and BlockGranite.

 

But I clearly have the files in there:

 

UhghB6m.png

 

Here is the code:

 

 

Main class:

@Mod(modid = SignificantAdvancements.MODID, version = SignificantAdvancements.VERSION, name = SignificantAdvancements.NAME)
public class SignificantAdvancements
{
    public static final String MODID = "significantadvancements";
    public static final String NAME = "Significant Advancements";
    public static final String VERSION = "0.0.1";
    
    @SidedProxy(clientSide = "awesomespider.significantAdvancements.ClientProxy", serverSide = "awesomespider.significantAdvancements.CommonProxy")
    public static CommonProxy proxy;
    
    public static File configFile;
    public static Configuration config;
    
    //The Dismantler's State as Specified by the Config (on or off)
    public static boolean dismantlerState;
    
    public static File dataFolder;

    public static MaterialsCreativeTab materialsTab;

    public static Block blockGranite;
    public static Block blockSmoothSandstone;
    public static Block blockThatch;
    public static Block blockTurnedPlanksBirch;
    public static Block blockTurnedPlanksOak;

    public static Item magicalBook;
    
    public static Enchantment shadowsBane;
    
    public static Logger log;
    
    @EventHandler
    public void preinit(FMLPreInitializationEvent event){
    	LangRegistry.retrieveEntries();
    	
    	event.getModLog().info("[significant Advancements] " + LangRegistry.langEntries.get("log.preinit.text"));
    	dataFolder = event.getModConfigurationDirectory();
    	
    	//Initialize the config
    	configFile = event.getSuggestedConfigurationFile();
    	config = new Configuration(configFile);
    	
    	log = event.getModLog();

        materialsTab = new MaterialsCreativeTab("Significant Advancements Materials");

        blockGranite = new BlockGranite(Material.rock);
        blockSmoothSandstone = new BlockSmoothSandstone(Material.rock);
        blockThatch = new BlockThatch(Material.leaves); //TODO Find out what Hay's material really is.

        blockTurnedPlanksBirch = new BlockTurnedPlanksBirch(Material.wood);
        blockTurnedPlanksOak = new BlockTurnedPlanksOak(Material.wood);

    	magicalBook = new MagicalBook("item.magicalBook.name", 1, MODID + ":magicalBook");
    	
    	shadowsBane = new EnchantmentShadowsBane(100, 10);
    }
    
    @EventHandler
    public void init(FMLInitializationEvent event){
    	log.info("[significant Advancements] " + LangRegistry.langEntries.get("log.init.text"));
    	GameRegistry.registerItem(magicalBook, magicalBook.getUnlocalizedName(), MODID);

        GameRegistry.registerBlock(blockGranite, ItemBlockGranite.class, blockGranite.getLocalizedName());
        GameRegistry.registerBlock(blockSmoothSandstone, blockSmoothSandstone.getUnlocalizedName());

        GameRegistry.registerBlock(blockThatch, blockThatch.getUnlocalizedName());

        GameRegistry.registerBlock(blockTurnedPlanksBirch, blockTurnedPlanksBirch.getUnlocalizedName());
        GameRegistry.registerBlock(blockTurnedPlanksOak, blockTurnedPlanksOak.getUnlocalizedName());
    	
    	//Render KeyInputHandler
    	FMLCommonHandler.instance().bus().register(new KeyInputHandler());
    	
    	//Load the config
    	config.load();
    	
    	config.get(Configuration.CATEGORY_GENERAL, "dismantler", true).comment = "If you want the dismantler mechanic turned on, leave this as is. If you want it off (rarly wanted  ), change this to false.";
    	dismantlerState = config.get(Configuration.CATEGORY_GENERAL, "dismantler", true).getBoolean();
    	
    	config.save();
    	
    	KeyBindings.init();
    }
    
    @EventHandler
    public void postinit(FMLPostInitializationEvent event){
    	log.info("[significant Advancements] " + LangRegistry.langEntries.get("log.postinit.text"));
    	
    	try {
		Dismantler.retrieve();
	} catch (SAException e) {
		e.printStackTrace();
	}
    	
    	//Attempt to create cache file if it doesn't already exist
    	PlayerUtils.createCache();

        //Add items and blocks to creative tabs.
        materialsTab.addBlock(blockGranite);
        materialsTab.addBlock(blockSmoothSandstone);
        materialsTab.addBlock(blockThatch);

        materialsTab.addBlock(blockTurnedPlanksBirch);
        materialsTab.addBlock(blockTurnedPlanksOak);


        //Register Recipes
        GameRegistry.addRecipe(new ItemStack(blockThatch), new Object[]{
                "xxx",
                "xxx",
                "xxx",
                'x', Blocks.hay_block
        });

        GameRegistry.addShapelessRecipe(new ItemStack(blockTurnedPlanksBirch), new ItemStack(Blocks.planks, 1, 2));
        GameRegistry.addShapelessRecipe(new ItemStack(blockTurnedPlanksOak), new ItemStack(Blocks.planks, 1, 0));
    }
}

 

BlockThatch:

 

public class BlockThatch extends BlockRotatedPillar{
    public BlockThatch(Material material) {
        super(material);

        this.setBlockName("thatch");
        this.setBlockTextureName(SignificantAdvancements.MODID + ":" + this.getUnlocalizedName());
        this.setHardness(0.5F);
    }

    @Override
    @SideOnly(Side.CLIENT)
    protected IIcon getSideIcon(int metadata) {
        return this.blockIcon;
    }

    @SideOnly(Side.CLIENT)
    public void registerBlockIcons(IIconRegister icon)
    {
        this.field_150164_N = icon.registerIcon(this.getTextureName() + "_top");
        this.blockIcon = icon.registerIcon(this.getTextureName() + "_side");
    }
}

 

BlockSmoothSandstone:

 

public class BlockSmoothSandstone extends Block {

    public BlockSmoothSandstone(Material material) {
        super(material);

        this.setBlockName("smoothSandstone");
        this.setBlockTextureName(SignificantAdvancements.MODID + ":" + this.getUnlocalizedName());
        this.setHardness(1.5F);
        this.setHarvestLevel("pickaxe", 1);
    }
}

 

BlockTurnedPlanksBirch:

 

public class BlockTurnedPlanksBirch extends Block {

    public BlockTurnedPlanksBirch(Material material) {
        super(material);

        this.setBlockName("turnedPlanksBirch");
        this.setBlockTextureName(SignificantAdvancements.MODID + ":" + this.getUnlocalizedName());
        this.setHardness(2F);
    }
}

 

BlockTurnedPlanksOak:

 

public class BlockTurnedPlanksOak extends Block {

    public BlockTurnedPlanksOak(Material material) {
        super(material);

        this.setBlockName("turnedPlanksOak");
        this.setBlockTextureName(SignificantAdvancements.MODID + ":" + this.getUnlocalizedName());
        this.setHardness(2F);
    }
}

 

 

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actually i don't think the problem is the ulocalised name its actually this:

UhghB6m.png

 

you have the images in

assets/sa/blocks

where as java/minecraft is looking for them at

assets/sa/textures/blocks

 

well actually there is a small thing with the unlocalised name your missing .substring(5)

 

PS. i noramally add

public static final String DIR = "sa";

just below the

final String MODID

and change it to

this.setBlockTextureName(SignificantAdvancements.DIR + ":" + this.getUnlocalizedName().substring(5));

that way my file structure is independant of my ModID

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If you go to your src folder, wherever it may be, you should be able to click main, resources, assets, YOURMODID, textures, blocks. I feel like you might of named "assets" "assets.sa". xD

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Make a Blocks texture Folder and a lang file like this. your directory in you Mod folder should say this. yourmod>bin>assets>yourmod\textures\blocks put your png photo in this folder. remember it has to be a png. also you must have a .setBlockTextureName("Set the block name here") and use that name for the block texture in your folder. so if you have a texture in your block textures folder it has to be the exact same word as your set texture name. the language folder is only for your names for stuff.

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If you want to use "getUnlocalizedName" do this:

 

this.setBlockName(MODID + ":" + this.getUnlocalizedName().substring(5));

 

This removes the first five characters of the unlocalized name so you get "someblock". Java won't read past characters like "." and ":" unless you use splitString() I believe.

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Java won't read past characters like "." and ":" unless you use splitString() I believe.

 

wut? False, you can store ANY valid character in a string. After all, a String is just an array of characters with some helper methods.

You can't use ":" in a resource string twice, since it tells the ResourceLocation the String before the : is the resource domain and the the part after is the path. But this is specific to the way ResourceLocations work.

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