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[1.7.10]Chat Messages


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I want to output some string to the chat.

I have always used Minecraft#getMinecraft()#thePlayer#sendChatMessage(Stuff) to do so.

 

But recently, after some error happened, and I got help on here, I realise that chunk of code may cause error in the Server.

So what should I do to output something onto the chat?

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From where? To send message you need to just have player instance.

 

For client messages you get it from Minecraf.class, for multiplayer you need to somehow get it (player) - and how to do it depends on where you want to call method from.

1.7.10 is no longer supported by forge, you are on your own.

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Dude, learn java a LITTLE better.

 

Simply put IChatComponent as argument.

There are several different components, for simplt text you have ChatComponentText (yes, declare new).

1.7.10 is no longer supported by forge, you are on your own.

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"I know how to write, that doesn't mean I write smart stuff."

 

Not to be mean (I am kind person) but i have no idea what:

Yeah.... I know how to use "instanceof" know how to use "extends" know how to use"abstract"...

...has anything to do with IDE and "Type Hierarchy" in means of what I was talking about.

 

There are 4 implementations of IChatComponent. Their names are pretty much self-exp and allow different formatting.

1.7.10 is no longer supported by forge, you are on your own.

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