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[1.16.1] How to register Stairs


Quaint34
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I am having trouble with registering stairs. I have tried copy pasting code from the Blocks class and editing that but it doesn't seem to work. Does anyone know how to fix it?

 

public static final RegistryObject<Block> MAGICA_STAIRS = BLOCK_HOLDER.register("magica_stairs", () ->
            new StairsBlock(MAGICA_PLANKS.get(), AbstractBlock.Properties.from(Blocks.OAK_PLANKS)));

 

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On 12/29/2020 at 9:56 AM, loordgek said:

what does not work

do you have the block in game?

does it not have the correct shape?

does it not have a texture?

Minecraft refuses to run because Suppliers can not be cast to Blocks. I have tried making my own class but it didn't work.

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41 minutes ago, poopoodice said:

I think what you mean is not Minecraft refuses to run, instead, the code compilation has failed.

The second constructor of StairsBlock has a Supplier<BlockState> as its first parameter, but you are passing an instance of Block in it. You can check vanilla for examples.

 

 

The methods in the Blocks class have used the same method as what I am using

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Pretty sure you have:

MAGICA_PLANKS.get()

And the blocks in the Blocks class have:

() -> MAGICA_PLANKS.get()

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11 hours ago, Quaint34 said:

No i have a lambda statement

Yes, you do, but the lambda statement you have (which you need) is not inside the StairsBlock constructor.

 

Both the register method and StairsBlocks constructor take a Supplier<Block> argument.

 

(Gasp!) you need two lambdas!

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