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Minecraft 1.11.2    Requirements: Forge

Visible Armor Slots makes it so you can always have access to your armor from any pop-up menu. This may seem like a non-issue until you actually start needing to access your armor and don’t want to remove it, place it in your inventory, and then go back to the menu you were at previously. This is especially useful in putting your armor on as soon as you create it. Just craft the pieces and place them right in the slot.

And if you want to swap armor from your storage, you can easily do that now since the slots are visible in chest menus as well.

But it comes in handy even more when you factor in enchanting and repairing since the slots are visible there as well!

posted Jul 29 in Improvements by fs17eu (8,021 points)
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Minecraft 1.11.2   Requirements: Forge

Multi-Hotbar gives you much more space in your hotbar inventory up to 4 times the item slots. So no matter what your item slot needs, this mod will likely have you covered. If you hit the grave (`) key you can swap between the original hotbar and the multi-hotbar. You will have to adjust the number of available hotbars (up to 4) in the config file.

You can easily jump to the next bar’s item slot by tapping the same number multiple times. So hit any number 1-9 then tap the same number again to jump to the same item slot in the next hotbar. Either that or you can use the scroll wheel to scroll all the way through each hotbar.

And you can quickly go back to any hotbar by pressing Alt+1, Alt+2, Alt+3, or Alt+4 and the item slot will stay in the same spot as the last time you were using it.

posted Jun 5 in Improvements by fs17eu (8,021 points)
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Minecraft 1.11  Requirements: Forge

The Village Info Mod adds a useful block of text pertaining to villages in your world when you hit the debug key (f3). It will tell you everything you need to know about a village including how many villagers inhabit it, how big or small it is, and even how far away the nearest village is.

If no village is nearby you’ll simply see “No Village Found”. If you’re beyond 32m you’ll see “Distant village found”. But if you happen to be within 32m you’ll see“Nearby village found” although you’ll likely be close enough to see it without this info. However, this is a handy feature if you’re actively seeking out a village and can’t easily find one. Now you have an alert to help guide you and it will show you how many steps away you are from the nearest one.

Once you’re in a village you’ll see just how many villagers live there. You’ll also see how many can breed and how many houses are present. The number of houses and subsequently villagers will determine if Golems will be present. If there are at least 21, the color of the house count will be green and a Golem will likely spawn there.

The info you receive will also show how many Golems are present and this is important if you have a bad reputation with the village. If your reputation shows -15 or less then you may be attacked by resident Golems.

posted Feb 21 in Improvements by fs17eu (8,021 points)
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Minecraft 1.11  Requirements: Forge

Pig Manure is a mod that makes your pigs poop. But it’s more than just poop since you can use it for a few different tasks thus giving more reason to farm pigs in Minecraft.

Adult pigs will randomly poop and it’s up to you to collect it. You can then use it as you would manure in the real world. It acts as a bonemeal substitute and a much more efficient source of food growth if you happen to be playing in a peaceful world.

And there are two other uses for the manure as well. You can smelt it into bricks or somewhat hilariously use it to dye white wool brown.

You will need an additional API found here.


posted Feb 11 in Improvements by fs17eu (8,021 points)
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Minecraft 1.10.2 Requirements: Forge

Placeable Items takes aesthetic to a whole new level. Now you can design your rooms or spaces with 3D items placed on top of blocks. It makes the room look much more realistic and gives a nice design aspect to your architecture. So for example, if you have a kitchen or storehouse, you can place items on a counter or near chests to visually see what’s nearby.

Most of the items have a glorious rendering to them so you can make your study or lab really pop.

And you can even place swords within stone blocks for a truly medieval atmosphere.

Placing items on top of blocks can be done simply by shift + right-clicking a placeable item on a placeable surface. You can even rotate some of the items by right clicking them as they are placed with a bare hand. And left clicking will remove the item from the spot.

posted Jan 18 in Improvements by fs17eu (8,021 points)
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