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[1.12] Subfolders in blockstates directory


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You'll need to create a class that extends StateMapperBase and implements StateMapperBase#getModelResourceLocation to do something similar to StateMap#getModelResourceLocation. Instead of using the Block's registry name as the domain/path of the ModelResourceLocation directly, it should prefix the path with the name of the subdirectory.


Register an instance of this for your Block(s) with ModelLoader.setCustomStateMapper in ModelRegistryEvent.

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I have a working example here, although it is to select between two different blockstate files based on a property, but the broad strokes are the same.  Note that StateMapperBase is client-side-only and you need to call ModelLoader.setCustomStateMapper for your block, which I do here.

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