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Yes actually. The first thing you will need to do is find where technic installed itself. For windows it is AppData\Roaming\.techniclauncher Once there go into the technicssp file, then into the Config file (End result should look like this AppData\Roaming\.techniclauncher\technicssp\config) and then right click any of the .cfg files there. Set them to always open with notepad. Now go to the launcher and hit the mods select button, there should be a list of mods there that you can turn on or off at your leisure.

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Yes actually. The first thing you will need to do is find where technic installed itself. For windows it is AppData\Roaming\.techniclauncher Once there go into the technicssp file, then into the Config file (End result should look like this AppData\Roaming\.techniclauncher\technicssp\config) and then right click any of the .cfg files there. Set them to always open with notepad. Now go to the launcher and hit the mods select button, there should be a list of mods there that you can turn on or off at your leisure.

Unfortunately optifine isn't listed there.

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Humm, you're right. I don't see it in the mods folder either. Maybe you could try installing optifine over a vanilla .minecraft and seeing what classes it change? If you remove or revert those changes then it should disable optifine. Seems like you get the hard one. (I was thinking MAtmos Sorry.) Other then that I don't know. Sorry.

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I think i have found a solution to remove optifine and the better grass fix

I will test it today and post the changes if it works

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I am having the same problem, the error i get after removing the optifine class files and changing the setting to false (or removing the option entirely) is:

Minecraft: Minecraft 1.1

OS: Windows XP (x86) version 5.1

Java: 1.7.0_01, Oracle Corporation

VM: Java HotSpot Client VM (mixed mode), Oracle Corporation

LWJGL: 2.4.2

OpenGL: Quadro NVS 160M/PCI/SSE2 version 3.3.0, NVIDIA Corporation

java.lang.NoSuchFieldError: cfgGrassFix

at ModLoader.init(ModLoader.java:838)

at ModLoader.AddAllRenderers(ModLoader.java:189)

at afq.<init>(afq.java:80)

at afq.<clinit>(afq.java:9)

at net.minecraft.client.Minecraft.a(Minecraft.java:316)

at net.minecraft.client.Minecraft.run(Minecraft.java:624)

at java.lang.Thread.run(Unknown Source)

--- END ERROR REPORT 6dd27f5f ----------

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If you look at bettergrass download you see that it modifies the base minecraft.jar than means part of the mod in the launcher is in the modpack.jar file.. you need to remove it from there to get it out as well..

On a side note one of the intended features to be added to the launcher later is the ability to enable disable the optional mods like before. It will just take time to code up

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I got it working last night without optifine, but it was complicated. To make sure everything worked I had to remove optifine from the modpack jar file then reinstall all of the technic mods that are installed in the jar; about 6or7. Works just great now.

I love the new launcher but hope they add the option to remove optifine eventually

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