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[1.15.2] Display text in the upper right


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(Please forgive me for using a translator. :D

I wanted to show strings on the display and created a project in 1.15.2.
I ported from the code that worked in 1.8.9, but apparently it doesn't work in 1.15.2.
In the code of 1.8.9
I used Minecraft.getInstance().fontRenderer.drawStringWithShadow() from RenderGameOverlayEvent.Pre.
Since there was the same method in 1.15.2, I wrote it as it is, but it seems that it does not work.

I also tried, but it didn't work. I also tried RenderGameOverlayEvent.Post and so on.

Can anyone please teach me how to display the character string in the upper left corner of the screen?

 

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@SubscribeEvent
public void onRender(final RenderGameOverlayEvent.Pre event)
{
    if (event.getType() != RenderGameOverlayEvent.ElementType.ALL/*HEALTH*/)
        return;
    DrawTest.draw();
}
public void draw()
{
    if (nowWanted == 0)
        return;
    IngameGui gui = Minecraft.getInstance().ingameGUI;
    int maxWidth = Minecraft.getInstance().getMainWindow().getWidth();
    int maxHeight = Minecraft.getInstance().getMainWindow().getHeight();
    int width = Regions.getStringWidth(StringUtils.repeat(/*'\u2606'*/"a", 5));
    String nowS= StringUtils.repeat(/*'\u2605'*/"a", 5);
    String maxS= StringUtils.repeat(/*'\u2606'*/"b", 5);
    String cS= nowS+ maxS;
    Matcher matcher = new Pattern("[\\s]{1,5}").matcher(cS);
    AtomicInteger ip = new AtomicInteger();
    FontRenderer fr = Minecraft.getInstance().fontRenderer;
    while (matcher.find())
    {
        //drawText(matcher.group(), 2, 2);
        gui.drawCenteredString(fr, "Test123", 20, 20, 0xffFFFFFF);
        ip.set(ip.get() + 11);
    }
}

 

 

public static final int FULL_COLOR = Regions.colorFromRGB(255, 255, 255, 255)
public static int colorFromRGB(Number red, Number green, Number blue, Number alpha)
{
    return red.intValue() << 16 | green.intValue() << 8 | blue.intValue() | alpha.intValue() << 24;
}
public static void drawText(String s, int w, int h)
{
    FontRenderer fr = Minecraft.getInstance().fontRenderer;
    fr.drawStringWithShadow(s, (float) w, (float) h, FULL_COLOR);}

 

 

 

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I cloned your repository, however it does not even let you get into a world, because your network version check is broken (it always rejects the server side version number).

Additionally, the only way the code ever draws something is if nowWanted is not 0. The only code path that sets nowWanted is WantedDisplay#set, which is called from PacketContainer (sidenote: what on earth is that packet sending code doing?!). PacketContainer is never sent by the server. In conclusion: nowWanted is always 0, so nothing ever draws - if you would even get into the world.

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Originally it was created to connect Bukkit and Forge with a Plugin Message. nowWanted is a dedicated plug-in "https://github.com/TeamKun/GTAWantedDisplayTestPlugin" Changed from "/ wanted <max> <now>".

The server is Bukkit Server, not Forge Server.

Also, nowWanted if passed safely and I was able to get standard output.

I look forward to working with you.

Also, this mod does not need to send packets, it intercepts packets from the server.

I pushed the code for this log.

public void draw()
{

    if (nowWanted == 0)
        return;
    System.out.println("nowWanted: " + nowWanted);

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This is a mod that reproduces the GTA Wanted Star.
1. Build a PaperMC 1.15.2 server.
2. Copy https://github.com/TeamKun/GTAWantedDisplayTestPlugin/releases to plugins and do /reload or /restart.
3. Build https://github.com/TeamKun/GTA5WantedDisplayMod and enter the Bukkit server.
4. From the player, run /wanted <maxWanted> <nowWanted>.
Note: maxWanted is the maximum number of stars and nowWanted is the number of stars to change

Five stars will wrap to the next line.

Test case:


Input /wanted 10 4
Expected output: 
★★★★☆
☆☆☆☆☆

 

Input /wanted 5 3
Expected output: 
★★★☆☆

 

Input /wanted 20 13
Expected output:
★★★★★
★★★★★
★★★☆☆
☆☆☆☆☆

 

I look forward to working with you.
Thank you

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