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[1.6.4] Using .setContainerItem() but with a block?


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I have a crafting recipe that I want to give back the cobblestone, but it doesnt accept blocks in the .setContainerItem(). Any way around this?

 

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//  FLOUR RECIPE       

        GameRegistry.addShapelessRecipe(new ItemStack(Flour, 2), new Object[]{

                    new ItemStack(Item.wheat.setContainerItem(Block.cobblestone)), new ItemStack(Block.cobblestone)

            });

 

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This by the way WILL work in 1.6.4 with Eclipse Kepler! It just wont work with a block. If I had, say... Item.bucketEmpty instead of Block.cobblestone, it works, so no coding error here, just trying to make it work...

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Would this go in place of .setContainerItem()? So this would go in the same place, just replacing .setContainerItem()? If not, would this go in the item class?

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Also, has anyone seen a loose pig around here? He got out this morning and maybe hiding in the inspect element page...

 

My IQ is 148

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