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Is there a way to have a Block with multiple IBlockStates? I kind of get hung up on getMetaFromState and getStateFromMeta. On everything else, I just pass the blockstate with multiple withProperty functions, but as for those methods I'm not quite sure. Thanks in advance!

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I know I have to implement those, I got an error when I didn't. I'm just wondering how I use to metadata to switch through two different properties, a boolean and an integer. I've gotten the boolean to work fine, but how do I use one number to determine the meta and state of 2 different properties?

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Well, here's how it works. I've got a block that when right clicked switches between a model, a texture and a light value. The second model is smaller than a block and I want it to get hooked up to a wall kind of like a torch does, but it can hook up to the ceiling as well. That means I need a boolean checking whether or not it's lit up (which is 2 numbers), and an integer telling me what side it's on (0 = North, 1 = East, 2 = South, 3 = West, 4 = Up, 5 = Down) which is 6 numbers. That means that I'd need 8 numbers instead of the 4 you've said is the max. That seems like a really stupid limit. It means you can have at max 2 blockstates if they were both booleans, which for many mods is impossible considering things such as pipes.

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