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[1.16.2] Custom Slabs


Jackson Lambert
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I am new to modding, and was attempting to create custom blocks. I am able to create the blocks, but am having a lot of trouble creating the slabs and stairs. I cant find a tutorial that goes through all the steps, and the ones i do find are outdated. If someone could help me with this, that would be great. Thanks.

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IIRC you shouldn't even need to extend the vanilla Slab or Stair block class, you should be able to create your own just by passing in parameter data.

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If you aren't doing anything that is going to be "custom" to the slab, you could just directly use the constructor from the class and pass in some params (as what Draco18s said). That would be much simpler and easier to read. If you wanted to change how certain functions and methods work in the slab, you would have to extend the class. 

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I've got the slab class done, but I can't seem to figure out the ForgeRegistries for it. I've got this,

public static DeferredRegister<SlabBlock> SLABS = DeferredRegister.create(ForgeRegistries.???????, .MorePolishedBlocks.MOD_ID);

but can't find a class under ForgeRegistries that would make sense.

 

Also, thanks for telling me about the SlabBlock class.

Again, I'm new to this.

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....ForgeRegistries.BLOCKS?

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When i attempt to create (I used TestBlockSlab as a placeholde) :

public static final RegistryObject<SlabBlock> TEST_BLOCK_SLAB = BLOCKS.register("test_block_slab", TestBlockSlab::new);

It gives me this error: 

Inferred type 'I' for type parameter 'I' is not within its bound; Should extend 'net.minecraft.block.Block'

 

Am i missing something?

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1 hour ago, Jackson Lambert said:

TestBlockSlab

And does this class extend anything? If so, what?

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1 hour ago, Jackson Lambert said:

RegistryObject<SlabBlock>

I think the error means this part, then. Change from <SlabBlock> to <Block>

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2 hours ago, trashraccoon42 said:

You willing to share what the problem was/how you fixed it?

Not to necro a dead thread, but the easiest way to do this if you're simply just making a slab that does nothing but be a slab would just register it as such.

    public static final RegistryObject<Block> CUSTOM_SLAB = CUSTOM_BLOCKS.register("custom_slab", () -> new SlabBlock(properties));

where CUSTOM_BLOCKS is your DeferredRegister for your blocks and properties are whatever properties (hardness/material/etc.) you want your slab to integrate.

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