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  1. Which mod is responsible for changing the villager sounds in Tekkit 1.2.9f? I'd like to mute their "idle" sounds but I'm having difficulty figuring which one is responsible for it. I figure I'd ask before I go diving through each of the jars trying to find sound files. If I'm still unable to mute them by that point, I'll try to find a mod compatible to 1.6.4 and stuff it in. (That might even be the easiest thing to do in the first place, but I'm wary about having to troubleshoot potential compatibility problems.) Thanks in advance. Edit: Wow, I really am that dumb. I didn't think to check that it was part of the texture pack I was using.
  2. What about microblocks? Honestly, I don't use them all that much but I do like the high precision they offer for creating architectural designs. If nothing else, I hope someone can pull that out of RP2 and make it standalone.
  3. As per title, a minor suggestion: Please let the modpack author indicate what version their modpack is built for, and show that when browsing the modpacks on the site, perhaps next to the created/last updated date (and possibly also allow the user to search/filter by minecraft version when browsing modpacks). This perhaps could also be displayed in the launcher, either in a corner of a pack's thumbnail, or in a corner of the main view when you've selected the pack. This is independent of the large description that authors can give for their pack, as - in browsing the top couple of packs - few authors even bother to mention what version of MC their pack is built for. I know this doesn't sound like a big deal, since the launcher can handle the minecraft "versioning" itself, but it can be helpful if you want to try something completely new and different and don't want to go back to an older version. For example, I'd prefer to play MC 1.4.7, but I can't tell at a glance whether a mod pack is for 1.4.7. or 1.3.2 or 1.2.5 (or whatever the previous 'major' version was that mods built for prior to 1.4.7; I know Tekkit Classic is for 1.2.5, for example). Or if, for example, I'd want to find a modpack built for 1.5pre. Also, if you could add a button on the launcher to download a mod without necessarily launching minecraft immediately afterward, I feel that would be helpful. When I was updating to tekkit lite earlier, I messed up a couple times trying to get optifine to work (mostly loading it to the wrong jar or using the wrong version of optifine), so every time I went to delete the jar to start over I had to run minecraft again. Obviously this isn't a big deal - in my case we're probably talking about 1 or 2 minutes tops of unnecessarily loading - but still seems like a useful utility. (I Do apologize if this option already exists somewhere that I've simply missed. I expected Reset Pack to do this but I guess it only applies when you go to launch the game?) .