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[solved][1.10.2] Custom biomes in custom dimension


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I managed to get a custom dimension working, but I can't get it to use custom biomes ,it always uses all the bioms from the overworld.

Because all the information on the topic of creating dimensions for this version is basicly unommented code, with meaningless variables and/or with a lot of additions. Too many things to filter before getting to the actual stuff, No I do not care for "you'll need it anyays", I don't need stuff to break havoc in my code, because I have no way to understand it.

Can I get a clean version of it? (at least a commented one!)

Biomes O'plenty, is that, too plenty. I could not filter it out. Mcjty has a piece of code, but that has no custom biomes at all(also terrible on variable naming). The rest I could find is for older versions.

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7 minutes ago, Frontrider said:

I don't need stuff to break havoc in my code, because I have no way to understand it.

Where are you getting these "useless variables" from? Are you looking at the source from Minecraft, or following a tutorial?

 

Also, don't just rule them out as useless, each one has a purpose. You yourself said you have no way of understanding what they do, so maybe by deleting some, you're deleting what you need, hm?

Follow these rules when talking to me, and we'll get along fine.

1).I know Java fairly well. I don't know as much about modding. They are not the same, don't compare them.

2). I consider myself to always be learning. I make mistakes, you make mistakes. Who doesn't?

3). Insult me, and I will leave the thread. I have a real life, I don't have time to throw petty insults in a Minecraft Modding forum.

 

ModMCdl - Co-Founder and Director of Design for Artemis Game Studios

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27 minutes ago, ModMCdl said:

Where are you getting these "useless variables" from? Are you looking at the source from Minecraft, or following a tutorial?

 

Also, don't just rule them out as useless, each one has a purpose. You yourself said you have no way of understanding what they do, so maybe by deleting some, you're deleting what you need, hm?

I wrote meaningless, not useless (don't turn my words around, not helpful)

Yes, for biomes its bloat, which is troublesome. For Dimensions: I'm gonna say that there is no tutorial on what I need.

 

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2 hours ago, Frontrider said:

I wrote meaningless, not useless (don't turn my words around, not helpful)

Yes, for biomes its bloat, which is troublesome. For Dimensions: I'm gonna say that there is no tutorial on what I need.

 

There is not going to be a tutorial for everything you need. That's why you need to reverse engineer some things from the code. Hence my previous suggestion: you yourself said you don't understand what everything does. By learning what all of those "meaningless variables" do, odds are you'll find what you're looking for.

Follow these rules when talking to me, and we'll get along fine.

1).I know Java fairly well. I don't know as much about modding. They are not the same, don't compare them.

2). I consider myself to always be learning. I make mistakes, you make mistakes. Who doesn't?

3). Insult me, and I will leave the thread. I have a real life, I don't have time to throw petty insults in a Minecraft Modding forum.

 

ModMCdl - Co-Founder and Director of Design for Artemis Game Studios

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