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Hey there, I am having a small issue... basically it's to do with textures.

 

Now I am not using proxies as my mod works fine in eclipse without them. But when I added them the mob I added became a biped, and after adding in the basic code the mod wouldn't load at all... so I a steering clear of the evil thing ¬.¬

 

Anyway, if there is a way to add textures to a mod when you release it, it would be great to know how. Seeing as I released the very first version not thinking... and everything is untextured because, to add textures I just added them to my minecraft.jar :P

 

Thanks

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And.... this is the 15th time I've posted this.

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Wait so what? I need to make a new class file for each block and item?

I have a few items under the same class file... easiest way to explain this is to show you I guess:

Lovite = new GemItems(4198).setUnlocalizedName("Lovite");

Cyanitide = new GemItems(4197).setUnlocalizedName("Cyanitide");

RefinedHeart = new GemItems(4199).setUnlocalizedName("RefinedHeart");

 

Just as an example of 3 items using the same class file.

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And.... this is the 15th time I've posted this.

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I followed the picture, but I met a problem.

 

In eclipse I have my packages like mods.roserod.textures.items

 

I must put my png files in a path like E:\Minecraft152\.minecraft\mods\roserod\mods\roserod\textures\items

It works.

 

@Override
public void registerIcons(IconRegister iconRegister) {
	itemIcon = iconRegister.registerIcon("roserod:roseRod");
}

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And.... this is the 15th time I've posted this.

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I followed the picture, but I met a problem.

 

In eclipse I have my packages like mods.roserod.textures.items

 

I must put my png files in a path like E:\Minecraft152\.minecraft\mods\roserod\mods\roserod\textures\items

It works.

 

@Override
public void registerIcons(IconRegister iconRegister) {
	itemIcon = iconRegister.registerIcon("roserod:roseRod");
}

The fourth-to-last directory (second "mods/") is supposed to go in the mod jar.

You don't need to make 3 class files for 3 items.

You just need:

 

GameRegistry.registerItem(theItem, "theNameYouGaveItInSetUnlocalizedName");

LanguageRegistry.addName(theItem, "theNameYouGaveItInSetUnlocalizedName");

 

Done.

His problem is with textures.

Wait so what? I need to make a new class file for each block and item?

I have a few items under the same class file... easiest way to explain this is to show you I guess:

Lovite = new GemItems(4198).setUnlocalizedName("Lovite");

Cyanitide = new GemItems(4197).setUnlocalizedName("Cyanitide");

RefinedHeart = new GemItems(4199).setUnlocalizedName("RefinedHeart");

 

Just as an example of 3 items using the same class file.

For blocks with subtypes you also need to override getIcon(side,meta)

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For blocks with subtypes you also need to override getIcon(side,meta)

 

Pretend I don't know what that means ;)

 

So what do I do. Do I go into the, in my case, GemItems.java file and add getIcon? Or do I add:

itemIcon = iconRegister.registerIcon("unlocalized name") ?

 

Or do I do something COMPLETELY different?

Why bother?

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For blocks with subtypes you also need to override getIcon(side,meta)

 

Pretend I don't know what that means ;)

 

So what do I do. Do I go into the, in my case, GemItems.java file and add getIcon? Or do I add:

itemIcon = iconRegister.registerIcon("unlocalized name") ?

 

Or do I do something COMPLETELY different?

Register all of the icons in registerIcons(IconRegister), instead of just one. Then redefine getIconFromDamage(meta) in the same class, just like you overrode registerIcons, and tell it to return the appropriate icon (you'll have to make a list, or else three variables) for the given metadata.

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Ok, I will try doing that :P

 

 

But how do I fix this issue? Because if the blocks/items folder don't copy over... the textures won't load

Also, when I recompile and reobfuscate, the blocks and items folders don't get carried across

 

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You put the textures into the file once it's re-obfuscated..... the obfuscation will only move the code, it doesn't know what to do with textures, so it pretends they don't exist.

 

But how do I fix this issue? Because if the blocks/items folder don't copy over... the textures won't load

Also, when I recompile and reobfuscate, the blocks and items folders don't get carried across

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You put the textures into the file once it's re-obfuscated..... the obfuscation will only move the code, it doesn't know what to do with textures, so it pretends they don't exist.

 

:o So it;s like me and some code... I don't understand it so I pretend it doesn't exist :P

 

That may be why the textures still aren't showing... I seriously have no idea what I need to add for it to work. I will look at it again tomorrow. Probably see the obvious mistake when I am more awake :P

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