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[Solved] Texture Atlas Sprite for water is missing texture


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I am getting the TextureAtlasSprite for the Water block in PostInit, because I need the average color value of water in order to draw a minimap. Somehow though, the code is returning the missing texture sprite instead of the water texture sprite. It works for all blocks in the game except for water and lava...


This is the code used to get the sprite: 

IBakedModel model = Minecraft.getMinecraft().getBlockRendererDispatcher().getModelForState(state);
List<BakedQuad> quads = model.getQuads(state, EnumFacing.UP, 0);
quads.addAll(model.getQuads(state, null, 0));
if(quads.size() == 0) return null;
return quads.get(0).getSprite();


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If you want to render fluids use Minecraft.getMinecraft().getBlockRendererDispatcher()#fluidRenderer (Its private you'll have to use reflection)

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I don't think the OP wants to render fluids since they mentioned that they need the sprite for the average color to draw on a minimap.

My solution would be to get the fluid associated with the block if it has one. If the block is LAVA or WATER then default to FluidRegistry.WATER/LAVA respectively, otherwise check if the block is an instance of IFluidBlock and use IFluidBlock#getFluid to obtain the fluid. Then once you know the fluid you can querry the sprite name using Fluid#getStill/getFlowing. Lastly you can now use TextureMap#getAtlasSprite to get the actual sprite(like I do here). You can even get the fluid's color from the fluid by using Fluid#getColor.

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