CptSpaceToaster

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  1. Link to Most updated Content: 1.6.4.104 http://www.minecraftforum.net/topic/1965760-164forge-colored-glass/
  2. I've got a different implementation, take it as you will: http://www.minecraftforum.net/topic/1993130-wip164-betacolored-light-progress-and-discussion/#entry24515141 Source: https://github.com/CptSpaceToaster/CptsModdingLight
  3. Version 1.6.2.3 - Differing Recipes Current recipes for Colored Sand called for one Dye, and one Sand. This was deemed "expensive", and a new config option will change the recipe to produce 8 Colored Sand from 8 Sand and 1 Dye (Check the Recipes Section in the Forum Post) - If updating from a previous version, make sure to install the new version, and then run it first. IMPORTANT: If you do not run it first, the config file will not change. - Changing the value of Easy Recipes to true will enable the cheaper recipes.
  4. Version 1.6.2.2: Colored Glass changed from 3256 to 3880 Colored Glass Pane changed from 3257 to 3881 Colored Sand changed from 3255 to 3879 Changes in the new Mod will not affect old installations. I repeat, this update does NOTHING if you've already used the old mod. Instead, delete your config, and THEN run 1.6.2.2 if you want the new block id's to be present. (This will erase old blocks if there are any present)
  5. For Minecraft[1.6.2] Client or Server - Requires Forge So colored glass... We all seem to like it, and now it can be yours! So, I've created my own colored glass mod, borrowing from some great ideas from the community! Credit -A Suggestion for Colored Glass: http://www.minecraft...s-the-original/ -An oddly similar mod that I found much later after I was almost finished with [1.4.7]. Both mods offer colored glass and panes, although my mod remains updated and takes a different approach at crafting it in-game: http://forums.techni...glass-mod.8384/ The Colors are quite different as well. The Mod Can be Downloaded Here EasyColoredGlass[1.6.2.3] Looking for an older version? EasyColoredGlass[1.6.2.2] EasyColoredGlass[1.6.2.1] Recipes Sand+Glass Add Dye to sand to color it just like it was a piece of wool. Then place the sand in the furnace... Or build with the sand... I don't care! (Yes, the sand does fall just like you would expect normal sand to) Normal Recipes: The Recipe for Colored Sand Changes when Easy Recipes is set to true Panes Place 6 colored glass into a crafting square to obtain 16 colored glass panes... Just like normal glass! Changelog ************* * Changelog * ************* 1.6.2.3 - Differing Recipes Current recipes for Colored Sand called for one Dye, and one Sand. This was deemed "expensive", and a new config option will change the recipe to produce 8 Colored Sand from 8 Sand and 1 Dye (Check the Recipes Section in the Forum Post) - If updating from a previous version, make sure to install the new version, and then run it first. IMPORTANT: If you do not run it first, the config file will not change. - Changing the value of Easy Recipes to true will enable the cheaper recipes. 1.6.2.2 - Id Changes Due to a couple of BlockID conflicts, the BlockIDs where changed to more obscure numbers - Colored Glass changed from 3256 to 3880 - Colored Glass Pane changed from 3257 to 3881 - Colored Sand changed from 3255 to 3879 1.6.2.1 - Mod Release Nothing special here, but the general release of the mod. Colored Sand, Glass, and Panes are released Note: The EasyColoredGlass.cfg File contains editable Block ID's for all blocks contained within the mod. For those using "Natura"... you'll have to use version 1.6.2.2 or greater to resolve ID Conflicts
  6. Updated for 1.6.2 - http://www.minecraftforum.net/topic/1965760-162forge-colored-glass/
  7. This was quite helpful. I had been making my own glass mod, and slowly made progress from knowing nothing. After finishing colored glass, I made my way through colored sand (Try making custom sand fall like normal sand!) and was quite stuck on colored glass panes. You're source was indispensable! Specifically the method getIconFromDamage()... I didn't know that even existed and was already considering rewriting/modifying a renderer somewhere. I only wish I had found this earlier. Would have saved me the work of writing one myself! _____________________________________________________________________________ But, the different creation has lead to two different implementations. Notably, I have colored sand which you smelt, and the glass textures appear much closer to that of forestry's That, and I didn't have to modify any base-mod classes when I was done :3 The difference in textures has lead me to tangle with the renderers for Panes a bit more especially with that colored edge that I have (I chuckled the moment I saw how you avoided it) Overall, it's very boring and "Vanilla-Esque" but It's just the way I wanted it! You did a great job, and you've helped me finish up where I had a couple of problems! Thank You I gave you a brief shout-out over at the Minecraft Forums