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Changing block's texture to another


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Blocks don't have textures, they have models.

 

There is no way to do this without using a TileEntity, I'm afraid.

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I'm not an expert, but maybe this is done using the states of blocks and models? The texture is indicated in the model, and when the state changes (when clicked or as you want) the model will change. If I'm wrong, correct me.

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so how can i change tileEntity texture?
I have that block:

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and i want that after someone will click on it with any block it will get its texture. Like if stone block click, it will get stone texture. So it have to get the stone texture and set "#texture" in that model to it.

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Hey, got better and easier idea but i need help.
How can i put json string as new blockstate and model?

public static void register(){
    Registry.BLOCK.forEach(block -> {
        if(block.getDefaultState().isSolid()){
            ResourceLocation r = new ResourceLocation("wildnature:"+block.getRegistryName().getNamespace()+"_beams");
        }
    });
}

ResourceLocation r is a registry name for new block.
Then i need to put like that new blockstate for that with changed data for each block, and model. Where and how can i register them?

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1 hour ago, matezz said:

Hey, got better and easier idea but i need help.

Its not better and easier if you get half way there and then have no clue what the next part is.

 

I'm not even sure what you're trying to do, there.

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So for example i want to add blockstate stick_block.json
but instead doing it in file (so when i want to add 500 blocks with same blockstate and model, but with another texture i dont have to add file for each) i can do it in code and put blockstate json to String. Then just i can replace "texture" json tag with another for each block. And then use that in new blocks registered like i written earlier

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You will have to make a new blockstate file for each block (unless they have custom tile renderers, which I haven't looked into).

You can use the same model for all of those files I believe.

Also, look into data generators, it will help you generate all the files from code, saving you a lot of time.

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The "do it with code" way does not involve writing new blockstate json files or simulating them in any way.

 

YOUR block has a tile entity that stores a block state of the block to "mimic."

 

You then extract a texture from that blockstate's model and use it in a TileEntity renderer using your own geometry. You will need to figure out how to extract the desired texture from the model yourself.

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