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[1.7.10 - Solved] How to set a texture to a BlockPane block.


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I've been trying to set a texture to this BlockPane I created, but every single time I set it like a normal block it crashes me when the block is placed. With the texture not set, the block works just as you would expect a pane to work.

 

Here's what I have so far, how do I set the texture? Or am I an idiot and did this all wrong?

 

http://pastebin.com/XRGJg7VB

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