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Forge 6.5.0 Minecraft 1.4.6


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Forge Version: 6.5.0

Minecraft Version: 1.4.6

Dependencies: None

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Minecraft Forge 6.5.0 Changelog:

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Updated to FML v1.4.6-4.6.12.511

Updated to Minecraft v1.4.6

 

New:


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  • New hooks to control map rendering per-world
     
  • New cloud renderer hooks
     
  • MASSIVE number of new terrain gen events to allow control over almost all aspects fo terrain gen
     
  • Decompile now provides proper packages for minecraft classes
     
  • FML and Forge classes are now signed, and mods can test if they are signed as well.

Bug Fix:


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  • Kill install if astyle isnt found
     
  • Fix ForgeDirection.ROTATION_MATRIX
     
  • Creative GUI will now remember what tab page you were on
     
  • Make PlaySoundAtEntityEvent fire for players as well
     
  • Remove erronious double call to PlayerDestroyItemEvent
     
  • Fix up block drops for skulls and cocoa

 

This is a rather small update for the modders, the major change is that we now package the classes and removed the common folder. There are a few gotchas in the 1.4.6 update to be weary!

I do Forge for free, however the servers to run it arn't free, so anything is appreciated.
Patreon: http://www.patreon.com/lexmanos
Paypal: http://paypal.me/LexManos

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