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1.12.2 having trouble with axes [SOLVED]


gyro42

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I am having issues getting my custom axe to show up in game, but no problems getting the other tools working. I tried a youtube video but it wasnt much help. Basically im unsure whether to have my class extend ItemTool or ItemAxe and how to set it up. Heres my code for the class. When the game loads the axe just doesnt appear and im not noticing any error messages in my console output. If i try the commented out bit instead, it just crashes.

 

public class ToolAxe extends ItemTool implements IHasModel{
    
        public static final Set<Block> EFFECTIVE_ON = Sets.newHashSet(Blocks.PLANKS, Blocks.BOOKSHELF, Blocks.LOG, Blocks.LOG2, Blocks.CHEST, Blocks.PUMPKIN, Blocks.LIT_PUMPKIN, Blocks.MELON_BLOCK, Blocks.WOODEN_BUTTON, Blocks.LADDER, Blocks.WOODEN_PRESSURE_PLATE);


        public ToolAxe(String name, ToolMaterial material) {
            
            super(material, EFFECTIVE_ON);
            setUnlocalizedName(name);
            setRegistryName(name);
            setCreativeTab(CreativeTabs.TOOLS);                    
        }
        
        public float getDestroySpeed(ItemStack stack, IBlockState state){
            
            Material material = state.getMaterial();
            return material != Material.WOOD && material != Material.PLANTS && material != Material.VINE ? super.getDestroySpeed(stack, state) : this.efficiency;
        }

//public class ToolAxe extends ItemAxe implements IHasModel{
    
//public ToolAxe(String name, ToolMaterial material, float damage, float speed) {
        
    //    super(material);
    //    setUnlocalizedName(name);
    //    setRegistryName(name);
    //    attackDamage = damage;
    //    attackSpeed = speed;
    //    setCreativeTab(CreativeTabs.TOOLS);
    //    ModItems.ITEMS.add(this);
        
//}
 

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extend ItemAxe? And use the correct constructor (the one with two floats)

You don't need Set<Block> EFFECTIVE_ON, that's handled by setHarvestLevel()

 

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extending ItemAxe is the one that caused me to crash in the first place. I tried the constructor both with and without the floats, and attempted to deal with the damage and attack speed in a couple different ways. No Dice. If i could understand the error outputs correctly it was handling the attack damage that caused me to crash, but im not 100% on that. 

 

My solution was the convoluted mess that mimics the ItemAxe class. At least its working now....

 

isn't setHarvestLevel for the pickaxe types?

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10 hours ago, gyro42 said:

If i could understand the error outputs correctly it was handling the attack damage that caused me to crash, but im not 100% on that. 

Did it ever occur to you to post it and let us look at it?

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