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[1.7.10] Lost with Tile Entity block render


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I'm not sure how to describe the problem I'm having as I'm lost and not sure exactly what I'm missing here.

 

I have a Cake block with custom texture, so for that block I have the CustomCake that extends BlockContainer and when added to world it creates the TileEntity for it. I register all that like this

 

		TileEntitySpecialRenderer renderCake = new RenderBlockCake();
	ClientRegistry.bindTileEntitySpecialRenderer(TileEntityBlockCake.class, renderCake);
	MinecraftForgeClient.registerItemRenderer(Item.getItemFromBlock(ModBlocks.blockCake), new ItemRenderBlockCake(renderCake, new TileEntityBlockCake()));

 

All that works perfectly. Now the problem comes when I need to render the other entity that is created when I activate the cake (Right click) it basically should be like TNT it should spawn the cake "fused" and explode.

 

I get the explosion, but I'm missing how should I register my EntityBlockCake and attach this to a Render

 

I have this happening when the block cake is right clicked

 

            EntityBlockCake entityBlockCake = new EntityBlockCake(world, (double)((float)x + 0.5F), (double)((float)y + 0.5F), (double)((float)z + 0.5F), entityPlayer);
            entityBlockCake.fuse = world.rand.nextInt(entityBlockCake.fuse / 4) + entityBlockCake.fuse / 8;
            world.spawnEntityInWorld(entityBlockCake);

 

And finally and here for sure is my error/missing stuff I'm registering that EntityBlockCake like this

 

EntityRegistry.registerModEntity(EntityBlockCake.class, "Cake", 3501, this, 64, 10, true);

 

I forgot I also have this

 

RenderingRegistry.registerEntityRenderingHandler(EntityBlockCake.class, new RenderFallingBlock());

 

on my RenderEntities.

 

Any help/idea of what I'm missing will help. Thanks a lot.

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You mean, you aren't sure how to register a renderer for an Entity?

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You mean, you aren't sure how to register a renderer for an Entity?

 

I know for Mobs Entities, would this be the same?

 

 

 

I forgot I also have this

 

RenderingRegistry.registerEntityRenderingHandler(EntityBlockCake.class, new RenderFallingBlock());

 

on my RenderEntities.

 

I think the problem is that I'm not "attaching" any texture/model/render to that EntityBlockCake

 

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I think the problem is that I'm not "attaching" any texture/model/render to that EntityBlockCake

 

Uh huh.  That would be the case.

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