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[1.9] Adding numbers/bars/icons to item inventory icon.


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I want to add additional information to the icon of an item - such as an electric bow which has a durability bar, energy bar (in blue) and a number showing the number of arrows left in the players inventory (which is colored if the next arrow used is a potion effect, or glows if the next arrow used is a glowing arrow).

 

That is an extreme example, but demonstrates what I am after. How can I do this?

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Item#showDurabilityBar

Item#getDurabilityForDisplay

Item#isDamageable

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Item#showDurabilityBar

Item#getDurabilityForDisplay

Item#isDamageable

 

I know about those - but that is for the green durability bar. This is about adding a second durability bar above this. And some numbers above that, which are colored depending on non-tool specific information.

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EnderIO does simlar things (p455w0rd already said), but it uses ASM.

So, there's no way (besides ASMing

RenderItem.renderItemOverlayIntoGUI

) to do this.

 

@Forge: why forge hasn't added any hooks for this?

 

Well, EnderIO is for 1.7.10. That is two major versions (and an overhaul of rendering) ago.

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Well, EnderIO is for 1.7.10. That is two major versions (and an overhaul of rendering) ago.

 

EnderIO has an experimental 1.8.9 version, the source of which is available on GitHub.

 

I think the proper way to do this is with a custom

IModel

and

ItemOverrideList

, like Forge's

ModelDynBucket

.

 

For a limited number of variants (e.g. a single bar with 10 steps), you can do what RFTools does: manually create the textures and then use them with standard models.

 

Edit: Added a missing word.

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Well, EnderIO is for 1.7.10. That is two major versions (and an overhaul of rendering) ago.

 

EnderIO has an experimental 1.8.9 version, the source of which is available on GitHub.

 

I think the proper way to do this is with a custom

IModel

and

ItemOverrideList

, like Forge's

ModelDynBucket

.

 

For a limited number of variants (e.g. a single bar with 10 steps), you can do what RFTools does: manually create the textures and then use them standard models.

 

The bar is the easy part (relatively), what about numbers (like an arrow counter on a bow)?

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The bar is the easy part (relatively), what about numbers (like an arrow counter on a bow)?

 

You'll need an

IModel

and

ItemOverrideList

as I said in my previous post. Probably an

ICustomModelLoader

as well.

 

You'll also need a texture for each digit so you can generate the

BakedQuad

s for the number.

 

I don't know that much about the rendering system, so I can't help you much more than this.

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The bar is the easy part (relatively), what about numbers (like an arrow counter on a bow)?

 

You'll need an

IModel

and

ItemOverrideList

as I said in my previous post. Probably an

ICustomModelLoader

as well.

 

You'll also need a texture for each digit so you can generate the

BakedQuad

s for the number.

 

I don't know that much about the rendering system, so I can't help you much more than this.

 

Hmm. I was hoping that there would be a way around doing this, at least when it comes to adding extra bars/numbers.

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