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I need a more complete crash log to really make sense of it, but I am working on an update that fixed a couple issues, so maybe that will help. It may be your version of forge too, forge is going through a lot of changes right now and I expect the mod to break as forge grows into all the changes that went into 1.12August 2, 2016 at 4:01 am in reply to: BiblioCraft v2.0.0 for Minecraft v1.8.9 has been released! #1250
Thanks for the crashlog. I still haven’t quite pinned down why this is occurring. I do notice that your running an older version of forge than I built on. Perhaps try the latest version of forge for MC 1.8.9, version 184.108.40.2062, and let me know if that makes a difference.July 31, 2016 at 4:34 pm in reply to: BiblioCraft v2.0.0 for Minecraft v1.8.9 has been released! #1247
Sprinkle3 and j505212, I’ll look into this a little more. In the testing I’ve done it seemed to be pretty solid with the couple dozen mods I tried, but something definitly isn’t right here. Thanks for the crashlog j505212.
Kirito, I’ll look into the reverse issue too. I think I know exactly what is happening. I don’t think I remembered to test something with text so I would notice that. I just tested custom paintings with a bunch of pictures of pizza, lol.
I am open to releasing a version for 1.8, but it all depends on how much changed from 1.8 to 1.8.9 and if the same things that I need exist in both versions. So I can’t really say for sure yet if there will be a 1.8 version other than 1.8.9. If it is easy enough, I will release a 1.8 version.
Progress is slowly but surly. I’ve went through and fixed the majority of the 3D models and prepped them for the update. I’ve gotten a lot of the ground work laid to rewrite everything in a much better way. Things should be much easier to maintain and addon to in the future with the way I am doing it. I’ve got a couple of the models working and some of the functionality started. Now that my basic template is almost in place, it should be pretty easy to get everything added.
My biggest hurdle right now is just time. College keeps me crazy busy most of the time, but I only got like 5 more weeks in this semester after which I plan to focus on getting BiblioCraft updated to 1.8.9 and then to 1.9.x soon after. I won’t have any classes again until august, after which I also plan to take a lighter class load so I have more time to do other stuff like BiblioCraft.
Sorry for not responding sooner, I’ve be crazy busy with school lately. I am really sorry to hear about your world. I have no idea what could have happened. Sometimes you can save your world with MCEdit or at least retrieve stuff out of it and copy it to a new safer world. Also any books you saved with the typesetting table, as long as you saved the contents of the books folders you can always copy it back into the books folder (in the config file for singleplayer) and reprint any books you had saved.
There really is no special requirements for BiblioCraft. It works fine on the latest version of forge for Minecraft 1.7.10. I’ve been playing with the latest recommended version for 1.7.10 and haven’t had any issues. I recommend against optifine. It has caused graphical issues with BiblioCraft in the past.
I don’t have a 1.8.x version ready yet, but one is in the works. It may be worth noting that BiblioCraft for 1.8.x is a ground up rewrite of the mod and will not be backwards compatible. So when the time comes if you want to use BiblioCraft for 1.8.x you won’t be able to bring your world. You will be able to bring books however by saving them with the typesetting table and coping the files in the books folder. I plan to make sure that still works fine.
Again, I am sorry to hear about the loss of your world. I know how rough it can be to lose a world. I’ve lost a couple in my time. I try to keep regular updates now. I would recommend doing like a weekly or a monthly backup of your world. Just copy the world folder, maybe compress it into a .zip and save it somewhere like another part of your hard drive, or better, another partition or another hard drive. Then save like 2 or 3 versions back before deleting old copies. It’s a nice way to kind of ensure at least if something terrible happens you don’t lose it all.
Best of luck to you.
all the books are out of the folder
and the Type-setting table still not working
also the game sound is gone !?!?
if i load MC without Biblio the sound is working
with Biblio the game sound is gone !!!
and i need to load my world 2 times before it wants to run at all !!!
do i need to Erase all the books i have made in the game to ???
if your answer is yes then i will lose 2 books that took me months of writhing
Hmm, that is very strange. I haven’t been able to duplicate this yet or figure out what is going on. Does it work if you create a new world? You wont have to delete any books in your world since after the books are copied, normal books become just vanilla books again.
I notice you use 1.8.x in your post and 1.8.8 on the heading… Will the mod be useable by those of us on 1.8 ?
It may be, it depends on how hard it is to backport. I would like to support the variations on 1.8.x if I can, but I can’t really promise it. I am planning to at least target the newest 1.8.x which is 1.8.9 now then I’ll see if I can backport. The last I tried, I was able to backport from 1.8.8 to 1.8.0 with only about two changes so hopefully it wont be too bad.
I’m not sure exactly what is going on but it sounds like something strange could have happend to the books that are already saved. If your playing singleplayer than there is a folder located in your minecraft/config/books/ folder that contains all your saved books. If multiplayer than BiblioCraft creates a folder in your world folder called “books”. Try removing all the files from that folder (maybe back them up if you don’t want to lose them) and try to copy a new book without anything in that folder. I hope that helps.
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Sounds like it could be a bug. I’ll look into it. I am planning a small bug fix update this weekend when I get some time. There is another issues with the big books that came up due to a mistake I made in my last bug fix update so I will plan to try to look at and fix both issues then.
Sorry about that, I screwed up my fix for text resetting on window resizing. I’ll try to fix this and get a release out as soon as I can.
Sorry about that. I just tested and verified. It looks like I botched my fix for the text resetting when the window is resized. I’ll try to fix this and get an update out as soon as I can.
I managed to get this working. I am adding a config option to BiblioCraft.cfg called “PaintingRenderDistance” which will be set to the default of 64.0 blocks and can be set to any value. Look for this option in the upcoming BiblioCraft v1.11.3 update I am currently working on.
The translation came across a little rough, but I think I understand what you are asking. I am sorry, I just do not have the time to help you. I do not really even have as much time as would like to put into BiblioCraft.
I responded to your github post a little bit ago. I’ll look into adding this, I think it will be pretty easy to do.
This crash is coming up because the Forestry updated and the way I did my recipes in the bibliowoods doesn’t work with the new version. In BiblioCraft, I added the furniture paneler to basically replace the need for the bibliowoods since it pretty much accomplishes the same goal, only now you can use any solid block instead of just wood planks.
I am considering doing a small update to the bibliowoods forestry addon at this point though because it seems to be causing a lot of headaches for a lot of folks and if it is just a recipe issue, it should be fairly easy to fix I would guess. I’ll look into it when I get some time.