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What became of @SideOnly for 1.14.3?


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I can't find what the 1.14.3 equivalency  is of @Side only.


The problem to solve is that I can't use the RenderPlayerEvent.Pre event on server and need to know how to make it client sided.


java.lang.RuntimeException: Attempted to load class net/minecraft/client/renderer/entity/PlayerRenderer for invalid dist DEDICATED_SERVER

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13 minutes ago, socky110 said:

The problem to solve is that I can't use the RenderPlayerEvent.Pre event on server and need to know how to make it client sided.

Put it in a client-only event subscriber. Don’t use SideOnly/OnlyIn for this stuff. It was not designed for this and it’s a dirty hack that should almost never be used.

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Adding @SideOnly will not fix your problem in this case. The @SideOnly annotation will not magically make the associated code specific to a side, but will cause a crash if the associated class is used on a side not specified in the parameters of the annotation.

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