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RESOLVED! [1.14] How do you make modded entities hold items?


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This is probably something really simple, but over the past couple of days I just can't seem to figure it out. I've looked everywhere I could think of in the source code, and on google, and have gotten nowhere. Is there possibly some way to set a shape in the model to the arm or something like that? Thanks.

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2 minutes ago, ImZDUDE9 said:

This is probably something really simple, but over the past couple of days I just can't seem to figure it out. I've looked everywhere I could think of in the source code, and on google, and have gotten nowhere. Is there possibly some way to set a shape in the model to the arm or something like that? Thanks.

Try adding a HeldItemLayer to your mob renderer.

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