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DrOreo002

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Hey. I'm new to modding here. But I know java and I'm a plugin dev at spigotmc

 

So I follow this tutorial Link

 

but my json model is not working. Idk what did I do wrong here.., and also I've tested my json model on custom resoucepack and it is working fine.

 

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did I do something wrong on???, please help. If you need the class to register the model or anything I can send it to you, just ask me

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1 minute ago, DrOreo002 said:

That's a really good tips there. Is there's any example about the @SidedProxy things and the others?

See the documentation about sides and the section about @SidedProxy

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This is probably because you have a model that inherits from the generated model "builtin/generated" (via "item/generated").

These models are generated from their layer# textures and do not declare any elements themselves.

 

If the model does work in a resource pack, then there may be some logic missing from Forge's model loading in order to treat this as a 'regular' model,

but it is worth noting that vanilla itself doesn't have any models that work that way.

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3 hours ago, quadraxis said:

This is probably because you have a model that inherits from the generated model "builtin/generated" (via "item/generated").

These models are generated from their layer# textures and do not declare any elements themselves.

 

If the model does work in a resource pack, then there may be some logic missing from Forge's model loading in order to treat this as a 'regular' model,

but it is worth noting that vanilla itself doesn't have any models that work that way.

 

Tysm dude!. Its working now :3

 

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