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[1.14.4] I don't understand how to Override existing classes.


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I tried to override things like Enchantment Table's getting power raised by Bookshelves to include one of my custom blocks, but it never took.

I have tried many different kinds of overriding classes, but it never seems to work. I was wondering if there is something i am missing.

 

THIS IS NOT EXACT CODE... REWRITTEN FROM MEMORY FOR EXAMPLE.

public interface MagicEnchantmentOverride extends IForgeBlock{

  	@Override
    default float getEnchantPowerBonus(BlockState state, IWorldReader world, BlockPos pos){
      if(this.getBlock() == MyBlocks.MAGICBLOCK){
       	return this.getBlock() == MyBlocks.MAGICBLOCK ? 1: 0;
      }else{
        return this.getBlock() == Blocks.BOOKSHELF ? 1: 0;
    }
  
}

 

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Your class is never used. You cannot override a concept from Minecraft with a new class and expect the game to use it.

Your block has to override it; Block inherits IForgeBlock, and therefore its method of checking the enchanting power of that position.

In your block you want to make into a bookshelf, override IForgeBlock#getEnchantPowerBonus and return the value you desire.

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26 minutes ago, DavidM said:

Your class is never used. You cannot override a concept from Minecraft with a new class and expect the game to use it.

Your block has to override it; Block inherits IForgeBlock, and therefore its method of checking the enchanting power of that position.

In your block you want to make into a bookshelf, override IForgeBlock#getEnchantPowerBonus and return the value you desire.

That is a very good point, i don't know why i didn't consider that. However, how can i override an "Interface" function in a class?

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You don't override interface methods, you implement them.

And don't implement Forge's extension interfaces directly. Extend Block or Item as appropriate, they already implement those methods, all you have to do is write @Override methods.

 

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