BiblioWoods is back! I decided to take advantage of some of the new architechure I built into the newest versions of BiblioCraft and create some BiblioWoods addons. Only this time, I don’t need to create and include any hand made textures, I am just reading the textures from the supported mods. In this case, I have updated BiblioWoods for Biomes O’ Plenty, Forestry, and Natura. I am open to suggestions on other popular mods that add woods that people would like to see BiblioWoods packages for. Since you can still achieve the same effect with the paneler block, the addons are just adding recipes and creative tabs. I think people might like how I organized the creative tabs for the BiblioWoods. All the wood types are grouped together, instead of block types.
BiblioCraft has been updated for Minecraft versions 1.9.4, 1.10.2 and 1.11.2 with a few important bug fixes as well as the back end architechure (at least in BiblioCraft v2.3.1 for MC 1.11.2) to support BiblioWoods. There is a bad crash if you try to craft an Atlas on a server that has been fixed. I also fixed Tables not connecting in the newest version for Minecraft v1.11.2. I made an adjustment to the plumb line y coord, it should be correct now and I also tried to fix a rendering crash that has been happening.
Head on over to the downloads page to grab the new BiblioCraft and head over to BiblioWoods addon page to grab the new BiblioWoods. You can also find all this stuff on CurseForge as well. If you have any comments, questions, or issues feel free to speak out here in the comments, on the minecraft forum, or on my github. Enjoy!