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[1.11] How to register FluidBlocks


Pingubro

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Hello,

 

to get a start on Fluids I looked at the GitHub of Actually Additions and see how they do it.

My question is how can they do it like this. They only have one Blockstate for all of their

Fluids. 

 

My Fluid package

 

Maybe I am just not understanding how it is done or they register a few more things then me.

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Ok,

thanks. This seems to high for me O.o 

1.) I can do normal Blockstates for Fluids. Am I wright?

2.) And how do they look, does somebody have an example?

 

EDIT: Remapper of Choonster is this another possible solution without

doing the IStaemapper?

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2 hours ago, Pingubro said:

EDIT: Remapper of Choonster is this another possible solution without

doing the IStaemapper?

 

That class is completely unrelated to your situation. It handles remapping old Block/Item registry names to new ones when they change.

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