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is there a way, that the vanilla RedStoneWireBlock get´s the coloring from a png in a custom resourcelocation?


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Hello

 

Is ther any way to write code, that changes, where the redstone wire get´s it´s coloring?

 

Maybe i put a gradient png-texture in another color (for sample yellow) into a custome mod resource location.

Can i tell the redstone wire to get it´s colors from there by writing a java-class?

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1 hour ago, Drachenbauer said:

Maybe i put a gradient png-texture in another color (for sample yellow) into a custome mod resource location.

I'm not sure if this will work, but it may be worth a try.

1 hour ago, Drachenbauer said:

Can i tell the redstone wire to get it´s colors from there by writing a java-class?

Probably but you may as well just use code and no image file to get the color. In BlockColors.register seems to be what you want. You can use that to change the color of the redstone there.

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RestoneWire's png is gray. It gets its color entirely from code.

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11 minutes ago, Drachenbauer said:

in some videos i saw, that with optifine, it´s possible to use a gradient png (16 pix x 1 pix) for this.

But Optifine for 1.15 is still not finished.

The progress-report page shows now 95% for more than a month.

Optifine probably does exactly what I said, but instead uses a file to determine the colors instead of raw code.

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Now i have this:

    @Mod.EventBusSubscriber(bus=Mod.EventBusSubscriber.Bus.MOD)
    public static class RegistryEvents
    {
        public static IBlockColor blockColor;
        
        @SubscribeEvent
        public static void registerBlockColors(final ColorHandlerEvent.Block event)
        {
            event.getBlockColors().register(blockColor, Blocks.REDSTONE_WIRE);
        }
    }

in my main-class,

how do i now add the colors to it?

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Now i found this in the RedstoneBlock-class:

   @OnlyIn(Dist.CLIENT)
   public static int colorMultiplier(int p_176337_0_) {
      float f = (float)p_176337_0_ / 15.0F;
      float f1 = f * 0.6F + 0.4F;
      if (p_176337_0_ == 0) {
         f1 = 0.3F;
      }

      float f2 = f * f * 0.7F - 0.5F;
      float f3 = f * f * 0.6F - 0.7F;
      if (f2 < 0.0F) {
         f2 = 0.0F;
      }

      if (f3 < 0.0F) {
         f3 = 0.0F;
      }

      int i = MathHelper.clamp((int)(f1 * 255.0F), 0, 255);
      int j = MathHelper.clamp((int)(f2 * 255.0F), 0, 255);
      int k = MathHelper.clamp((int)(f3 * 255.0F), 0, 255);
      return -16777216 | i << 16 | j << 8 | k;
   }

 

how can i apply my own variant of this outside of the RedstoneBlock class?

 

If i know it, i think, i just have to change this

      int i = MathHelper.clamp((int)(f1 * 255.0F), 0, 255);
      int j = MathHelper.clamp((int)(f2 * 255.0F), 0, 255);
      int k = MathHelper.clamp((int)(f3 * 255.0F), 0, 255);
      

to this

      int i = MathHelper.clamp((int)(f1 * 255.0F), (f1 * 223.0F), 255);
      int j = MathHelper.clamp((int)(f2 * 255.0F), (f2 * 223.0F), 255);
      int k = MathHelper.clamp((int)(f3 * 255.0F), (f3 * 223.0F), 255);
      

to turn it into a warm yellow.

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Edit:

now i tried another type of calculation:

            int red;
            int green;
            
            if(power == 0)
            {
                red = 127 * 256 * 256;
                green = 111 * 256;
            }
            else
            {
                red = ((8 * power) + 128) * 256 * 256;
                green = ((7 * power) + 112) * 256;
            }
            
            return red + green;

in the colormultiplyer function in my class and noticed, my stuff is already applyed to the redstone.

 

I calculated the red and green channel of the color and put them together at the end.

This makes now a bright warm yellow for the highest redstone power level.

I have no "blue" value here, because at this yellow the blue channel is "0" for a bright yellow.

So i don´t need stuff about the blue channel here.

 

How do i now change the color of the redstone-particles (hovering over powered redstone stuff) to the same bright yellow?

It should be the case for every block-type, that emmits theese redstone-particles (redstone-wire, redstone-torch, redstone-ore activated lever, maybe there are some more things)

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3 hours ago, Drachenbauer said:

How do i now change the color of the redstone-particles (hovering over powered redstone stuff) to the same bright yellow?

I think the only way to do this is to override the ParticleType registry for RedstoneParticleData.

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18 minutes ago, Drachenbauer said:

How do i do this?

If it works like other registries you just need to register your own ParticleType with the same registry name as the Minecraft one. So something like "minecraft:redstone_particle_data"

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If i normally register stuff, it get´s the mod-is at the front of the registry name.

How do i get "Minecraft" there?

 

I also noticed, the redstone wire block and the lever give a color value, where thay add the particles.

The other stuff uses a fixed value under RedstoneParticleData.

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3 minutes ago, Drachenbauer said:

If i normally register stuff, it get´s the mod-is at the front of the registry name.

How do i get "Minecraft" there?

.setRegistryName(modid, registryName)
or
setRegistryName("modid:registryName")

or

setRegistryName(new ResourceLocation(modid, registryName))

or

setRegistryName(new ResourceLocation(modid:registryName))

where modid is "minecraft"

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I registered my own particletype on the same registryname as the original vanilla one.

 

I created my own variant of the RedstoneParticleData-class and changed the value in REDSTONE_DUST

But the redstone blocks still use the vanilla stuff instead of mine?

 

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6 minutes ago, Drachenbauer said:

But the redstone blocks still use the vanilla stuff instead of mine?

Show your code.

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This registers my particletype:

    public static final DeferredRegister<ParticleType<?>> PARTICLE_TYPES = new DeferredRegister<>(ForgeRegistries.PARTICLE_TYPES, "minecraft");
    
    public static final RegistryObject<ParticleType<YellowRedstoneParticles>> DUST = PARTICLE_TYPES.register("dust", () -> new ParticleType<YellowRedstoneParticles>(false, YellowRedstoneParticles.DESERIALIZER));

 

and the class for this is en exact copy of the vanilla RedstoneData class.

just with another name and the "REDSTONE_DUST" -field with a changed value

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2 minutes ago, Drachenbauer said:

This registers my particletype:

Interesting I guess particles don't really support being overriden. Which is not really friendly to you.

The only other way I see this as being possible is to override all of the redstone blocks and changing what particle they spawn.

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Do you mean registering all of theese blocks the same way as i registered the particles?

with "linecraft" at the end of tho upper line and their original names in ther individual lines?

Yes and you will need to make a class for each of them that extends their current class and only overrides the methods that spawn the particles.

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I made such a class and registered it this way, but minecraft still uses the old one...

 

Now i think, if i register my own varialts of the blockitems in the old registrynames and attach them to the new blocks, maybe i can place the new blocks, but the ond ones still will be there in the world, if placed before using the mod......

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4 minutes ago, Drachenbauer said:

I made such a class and registered it this way, but minecraft still uses the old one...

 

Now i think, if i register my own varialts of the blockitems in the old registrynames and attach them to the new blocks, maybe i can place the new blocks, but the ond ones still will be there in the world, if placed before using the mod......

No if your override the registry it will be yours that are placed.

 

Also you won't need to register your own ItemBlocks.

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But i still see the old variant in the test world. the particles are still red.

 

edit:

I noticed, that i forgot the line in the main-class-constructor, that initializes the deferred registry for the blocks

 

Now i get this error:

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java.lang.ClassCastException: drachenbauer32.yellowredstonemod.particles.YellowRedstoneParticles cannot be cast to net.minecraft.particles.RedstoneParticleData

 

if i now try to extend from RedstoneParticleData to create my own variant, i get a problem with the registry.

It says

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The constructor ParticleType<YellowRedstoneParticles>(boolean, IParticleData.IDeserializer<RedstoneParticleData>) is undefined

As i had copyed and modifyed the class, the registration line was ok.

 

Now i placed a copy of the whoole deserializer-part from the original class into my one and replaced the name every where in this code.

Now it works.

 

Yellow redstone wire with yellow dust particles

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12 minutes ago, Drachenbauer said:

How can i make them all appear in the same bright yellow?

Since you have overriden the Blocks you can actually just use the RedstoneParticleData that's already there. The constructor parameters are RGBA 0.0-1.0

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