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  1. My fix doesn't change how skins are rendered, it just changes the URL that skins are downloaded from. The way skins actually function in-game will be identical to how skins originally functioned in Minecraft 1.2.5 before the old skin servers were taken down. My skin has always worked fine using this fix, but if there are any bugs affecting how your skin is rendered then it's probably an issue with this version of Minecraft. Unfortunately, any bugs in this version of Minecraft can't be fixed without additional mods since it's nearly 8 years old now. As for the skin not updating instantly in-game, I have no idea why. Old versions of Minecraft had always taken a long time to update skins, but I had assumed that was because the old skin servers were slow. Again, this might just be an issue with the version of Minecraft that Tekkit Classic uses. The Technic Launcher doesn't download skins the same way as the actual game, so if that's taking a while to update it's probably an issue with the Technic Launcher itself. Mods (my fix included) have no control over how launchers work.
  2. Try comparing the skin file you're using to this template from the Minecraft Wiki. It should be an exact match, otherwise Minecraft 1.2.5 won't render it properly. Based on how Minotar fetches skins, it should update at or near the same time as Mojang's skin server.
  3. I've tested your skin and it seems to be working fine with the fix installed.
  4. Sorry for the late reply. The new skin format (including extra layers, slim skins, etc.) is only supported on Minecraft 1.8+, so skins using this format will look broken in earlier versions. This obviously affects Tekkit Classic, as well as the later 1.7.x versions which still have working skins. Unfortunately, fixing this would involve re-coding the player model itself. My fix only changes the database that Minecraft pulls skins from, not how the skins actually work.
  5. About a month ago, Mojang discontinued all of the legacy skin APIs. Until 1.3.1 Minecraft retrieved skins from an, however this database has not been updated since April 2014. Because of this, skins would no longer update in any version prior to 1.3.1, although they would still technically work if you had an older account. Versions 1.3.1 through 1.7.5 used instead, so a number of patches came out to make older Minecraft versions retrieve skins from Unfortunately, in February, Mojang discontinued all Skin APIs except the current UUID-based one, and deleted both of these older databases. This newer API is not really usable with older Minecraft versions, because it would require backporting the 1.7.x+ UUID system. To solve this problem, I have made a fix for Tekkit Classic which tells Minecraft to retrieve skins from an API called Minotar, which still uses usernames to designate players. You can download my fix here! Edit: The change from to occured in Minecraft 1.3.1, not in Minecraft 1.3. Likewise, the change from to the modern UUID-based skin system occured in Minecraft 1.7.6, not Minecraft 1.7.8. Also, bear in mind that this fix only works for skins, not capes, as the latter were downloaded from a different database ( which was deleted in April 2018, a month after this fix was originally posted.