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Custom TextureAtlasSprite renders like an ItemBlock instead of a regular Item.


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Hey guys, I have made something with a custom TextureAtlasSprite, but when it renders, it looks like this:

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Functionally, the texture works fine, I just need it to render like an item.

My TextureAtlasSprite class:

https://github.com/The-Fireplace/UHC-Compass/blob/master/src/main/java/the_fireplace/uhccompass/TextureUHCCompass.java

 

Note that this is currently for 1.8.9, though I plan on updating it once it is completed.

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You need to provide a model for your block that makes it use a 2D inventory model.

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You need to provide a model for your block that makes it use a 2D inventory model.

And how do you suggest going about doing that? I know I'm probably derping on this one, but when I change this line to use builtin/generated, the item switches from my custom TextureAtlasSprite to the vanilla Compass's TextureAtlasSprite.

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Try item/generated

 

Not that I've used a custom TextureAtlasSprite with the new model system yet.

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Try item/generated

 

Not that I've used a custom TextureAtlasSprite with the new model system yet.

item/generated wasn't introduced until 1.9(or at least, wasn't used for the vanilla items before then, idk if it existed code-wise), and I am working on 1.8.9. Still, I went ahead and gave it a shot, and it still rendered like an itemblock(same as I showed in the first post), along with giving me this error in the console.

 

Edit: It appears that setting it to anything vanilla causes it to switch to the vanilla Compass's TextureAtlasSprite. I just tried making that line item/potato and it caused it to switch to the vanilla Compass's.

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Alright, found kind of a workaround. If you manipulate the item json correctly with rotation and scaling, you can flatten it and make it look like a normal item. The only part I have done so far is the gui part, which I will post below, and if I ever do the in-hand renderings, I will post that too. If anyone else needs to do it before I do, I have found that Item Transform Helper is very useful for doing this.

"display": {
    "gui": {
      "rotation": [ 0, 45, 32 ],
      "translation": [ 0.00, 0.00, 0.00 ],
      "scale": [ 1.50, 1.50, 1.50 ]
    }
  }

Thanks for trying to help out, and feel free to respond if you have a code fix.

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