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[SOLVED] [1.15.2] Advanced tooltip editing


Arektor

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First, I want to avoid any confusion: I already know the basics of item tooltip edition (both in an item class and using the ItemTooltipEvent). I currently am using the latter because I need to edit the tooltip of all items.
However, I came across two different problems one of which I have no idea how to solve at all.

So my first problem is, I want to add X lines in-between the eventual item's lore and it's attributes if it has any. Would there be a better way to do it than checking all the current lines of the tooltip to see if it is one I should add before?

 

And my second problem is, I would ideally need to display small images on a tooltip line, rather than using UTF-8 symbols. Is that even possible to do?

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Editing*

Edition means something else entirely.

1 hour ago, Arektor said:

Would there be a better way to do it than checking all the current lines of the tooltip to see if it is one I should add before?

No

1 hour ago, Arektor said:

I would ideally need to display small images on a tooltip line, rather than using UTF-8 symbols. Is that even possible to do?

I do not think so. At least, not easily. There might be a way if you intercepted the rendering, but having not tried to do this, I am not sure.

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5 minutes ago, Draco18s said:

No

I do not think so. At least, not easily. There might be a way if you intercepted the rendering, but having not tried to do this, I am not sure.

Alright, thank you for the reply :) Will take a look at that!

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