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Allow client-side mod to run when connected to a server,


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Sure, this is my `init` method:


public void init(FMLInitializationEvent event)
    // some example code
    logger.info("ShockMod loaded.");

    MinecraftForge.EVENT_BUS.register(new LivingDamageEventHandler(logger));


The EventHandler is just


    public void livingDamage(LivingDamageEvent event) {
        this.logger.info("Event entity id: " + event.getEntity().getEntityId() + " | My id: " + Minecraft.getMinecraft().player.getEntityId());
        if (event.getEntity().getEntityId() != Minecraft.getMinecraft().player.getEntityId()) {

        //Do stuff


And these are the flags(?) I supply to the @Mod flag.


public static final String MODID = "shockmod";
public static final String NAME = "Shock Mod";
public static final String VERSION = "1.0";
public static final boolean CLIENTSIDEONLY = true;
public static final boolean CANBEDEACTIVATED = true;
Edited by Tvde1
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2 minutes ago, diesieben07 said:

Minecraft is a client-only class. What are you trying to achieve by checking for Minecraft::player? There is no "the player" on a server. There are many players.

This mod is running on the client. I want it to work when connected to a server.

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