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[1.7.10] Fluid opacity


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This is probably a dumb question, but how do I make a custom fluid translucent? I have a custom fluid that is functional and is taking the texture I give it, but is not taking into account the opacity of the .png file. What simple thing have I overlooked this time?  :-\ Thanks in advance!

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Pardon my ignorance here, since graphics are definitely not my strong suit, but I don't see how extending the class will help with the opacity. I haven't seen a method in the FluidBlockClassic class that I could override that would cause the desired effect and I'm pretty sure I can't write my own method to do it either.

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Sorry, I misunderstood your post; What do you mean by 'not taking into account the opacity of the .png file'?

Does it ignore alpha channel?

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Correct. The fluid is functioning as desired, the only issue is with the graphics. I have my .png with an opacity/alpha of 100/255 (using paint.net to do graphics), but the fluid is rendering as a solid block.

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Wait, what is the opacity value? I think there is only RGB + Alpha data on png file.

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Well, I re-opened my .png and it appears the opacity/alpha didn't save correctly... I've found the cause for that and now everything works perfectly! This was embarrassing...

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