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[1.9] BakedQuad texture on wrong face.


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I'm relatively new with using custom BakedQuads, but, rather than make 2^6^16 combinations of block states for rendering, I figured it was an easier method.


I cannot, however, get them to render the correct way. No matter what I do to the numbers, the texture is displayed facing downward.


I have a the following inside of IBakedModel#getQuads override.

        TextureAtlasSprite texture = ItemPanel.getTextureOf(panelUp);
        int color = Color.WHITE.getRGB();
        quads.add(new BakedQuad(Ints.concat(
            vertexToInts(1/16f , 15/16f, 1/16f , color, texture, 0 , 0 ),
            vertexToInts(15/16f, 15/16f, 1/16f , color, texture, 16, 0 ),
            vertexToInts(15/16f, 15/16f, 15/16f, color, texture, 16, 16),
            vertexToInts(1/16f , 15/16f, 15/16f, color, texture, 0  ,16)
        ), 0, EnumFacing.UP, texture, false, format));



public static int[] vertexToInts(float x, float y, float z, int color, TextureAtlasSprite texture, float u, float v) {
    return new int[] {


All other quads come from baked model components and render fine.


Why is this texture facing down? It seems the EnumFacing parameter in BakedQuad.<init> does nothing (I tried other values), so what am I doing wrong?


EDIT: This issue also happens with EAST- and NORTH-sided panels facing WEST and SOUTH respectively.

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I'm relatively new with using custom BakedQuads, but, rather than make 2^6^16 combinations of block states for rendering, I figured it was an easier


Why the hell do you need 22,821,109,907,456 states?  That's more baked models than the game even supports.

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I need that many combinations.


2 from the possibility of a side having a panel on or off.

6 from each of the six sides.

16 possible panels (including no panel).


I may have done the math wrong, but it's still a ridiculous number of combinations for the block.


No matter the number of combinations, I do need this solved...

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