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I can't open the favorites menu for the Morph Mod. I'm in the latest version of the Attack of the B-Team modpack. The ` (circumflex/tilde) key doesn't do anything. I tried changing the control but no matter what I rebound it to, it wouldn't open up. It's really annoying when you have 20+ morphs and you have to keep scrolling to find a single mob I want to be. Anyone know a fix to this?

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how did you try rebinding it? in the config file?

 

are your square-bracket keys ([ and ]) working fine?  I couldn't get in-game bindings to do anything, though I've seen there's info in the config file (of course, I can't figure out what the various numbers in the Morph.cfg file actually correspond to).

 

sorry I'm not more help; I'm pretty stumped...   maybe try Shift+circumflex ???

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I had this problem too. I couldn't open the in game keybinding so to fix it I went into the Morph.cfg file. Open Technic Launcher-> Attack of the BTeam -> Hit the little gear and go to open folder -> config folder -> morph.cfg . You should eventually scroll down to the favorites button and the default is like 42 or something like that. Go to this website : http://minecraft.gamepedia.com/Key_codes and choose what key you want to be the favorite (I chose 58, which is caps lock). Now MAKE SURE YOUR save the config file AND save the attack of the bteam folder (it should say Save Folder). Now launch the game and choose which ones you want to be your favorites and hit the button that you chose to have as your favorites key. Now, when you hit the favorites key it should bring up the radial menu and you just use your mouse to pick the one you want.

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I had this problem too. I couldn't open the in game keybinding so to fix it I went into the Morph.cfg file. Open Technic Launcher-> Attack of the BTeam -> Hit the little gear and go to open folder -> config folder -> morph.cfg . You should eventually scroll down to the favorites button and the default is like 42 or something like that. Go to this website : http://minecraft.gamepedia.com/Key_codes and choose what key you want to be the favorite (I chose 58, which is caps lock). Now MAKE SURE YOUR save the config file AND save the attack of the bteam folder (it should say Save Folder). Now launch the game and choose which ones you want to be your favorites and hit the button that you chose to have as your favorites key. Now, when you hit the favorites key it should bring up the radial menu and you just use your mouse to pick the one you want.

 

This was helpfull. Thanks man.

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I had this problem too. I couldn't open the in game keybinding so to fix it I went into the Morph.cfg file. Open Technic Launcher-> Attack of the BTeam -> Hit the little gear and go to open folder -> config folder -> morph.cfg . You should eventually scroll down to the favorites button and the default is like 42 or something like that. Go to this website : http://minecraft.gamepedia.com/Key_codes and choose what key you want to be the favorite (I chose 58, which is caps lock). Now MAKE SURE YOUR save the config file AND save the attack of the bteam folder (it should say Save Folder). Now launch the game and choose which ones you want to be your favorites and hit the button that you chose to have as your favorites key. Now, when you hit the favorites key it should bring up the radial menu and you just use your mouse to pick the one you want.

how do you open the Morph.cfg folder?

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Silica_, I would agree with that to a certain extent. Using a rich text editor (MS Word for example) can improperly save the file so it is no longer plain-text format, causing the game to potentially crash since it cannot read the file correctly and may complain about invalid characters. Always use a plain-text editor like Notepad (Windows) or vi (Mac/*nix) or ensure you know how to save in plain-text format on any rich editing software.

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