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I basically got tired of mining silver, thinking it was tin, and tired of having to mine a block to see if it was tungsten or coal. SO I decided to take matters into my own hands and make a texture pack that very simply changes the ores to me more distinct from each-other, it also makes caves, quarries and ravines a lot more vibrant!
This 'pack' was make exclusively to compensate for my inability to distinguish ores and its been working out great for me! So even if literally no one else uses this pack, I personally love it and it is for filling is purpose very effectively. So if you have the same problem feel free to download.
From left to right we have:
Now embedded in stone:
Uranium and Tungsten:
Strikes me as silly and to be honest its a little bit frustrating that they would let up upload but let no one download...
Here's an alternative link. https://s3.amazonaws.com/files.enjin.com/884882/modules/forum/attachments/Servant's+Ores_1505686228.zip
I do not wish to use Planet Minecraft because I don't want to look like I'm jst adversizing and also because I can't stand the way that site makes you log in again every like three clicks
ENGLISH: Hello! I'm back with a new package for you! Apparently people have abandoned the Tekkit, and I am here for those people who are looking for a good texture pack for Tekkit. Today I propose the Faithful, as before but fot Tekkit Lite. Good game!
ITALIAN: Hey! Rieccomi con un nuovo pacchetto per voi! A quanto pare la gente ha abbondonato la Tekkit, e io sono qua per quelle persone che cercano una buona texture pack per la Tekkit. Oggi vi propongo la Faithful, come l'altra volta, solo che è per Tekkit Lite. Buon gioco!
Texture Pack: DOWNLOAD
By Aci H
I was thinking, that a great addition to the Technic Launcher would be a texture pack support. The FTB Launcher has a section where you can chose a texture pack to install on a modpack in a few simple clicks and it just downloads and intalls it in a few seconds instead of you having to find the original download links and download it from there and then waste time looking for and downloading the patches for the specific modpack and then having to manually install it. Who think this would be a great addition?