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Resource Loader mod 1.16.2/1.12.2 is supposed to be utilized with my other mods Custom Main Menu and Custom Backgrounds however, it may be employed with almost any other mod which may take resource places for config choices.
It permits users to incorporate their own tools to minecraft. Even though this will be possible with source packs those resource packs are observable in the source package window (Which the tools added via this mod are not ) and you might also simply add tools to a easy folder that is simpler then repackaging the resource package each moment.
After your first run with this mod installed you will notice a folder called “resources” created in your main minecraft folder (where config,saves etc. are located). That is the place you will be adding your resources to.
In case you don’t know what a resource location is it consists of a resource domain and a resource path. With mods the resource domain is generally the mod id so “randomthings:textures/blocks/advancedFluidDisplay.png” refers to a texture of my Advanced Fluid Display. The vanilla resources are located in the “minecraft” resource domain (“minecraft:textures/blocks/dirt.png”). If a mod you are using now requires you to enter a resource location for something (For example Custom Main Menu or Custom Backgrounds) the resource domain will be a folder in the resources folder.
This will probably be easier to understand when you see an image:
The Resource Location for singleplayer.png would now be “test:textures/singleplayer.png”.
If you don’t understand this / have problems using this with a mod feel free to ask on this page. Do not ask if you just don’t get what this mod is supposed to do :P.
The things you put in the resources folder can override vanilla resources but can be overridden by installed resource packs. If you want to override everything, including all installed resource packs create a new folder called “oresources” where the resources folder is, resources put in “oresources” have the highest priority, e.g. override everything else that contains that resource. The following image shows how minecraft “searches” for a resource:
Resource Loader Mod 1.12.2 Download Links:
How To Download and Install Minecraft Forge (Modding API)?
Minecraft Forge is a free, open-source server that allows players to install and run Minecraft mods. 4 steps to install forge for windows, mac, Linux
1. Download Minecraft Forge at the website, select the version of Minecraft you want to run, then download the installer using your browser.
2. Open the .jar file you just downloaded (Run installer as Administrator), make sure Java is installed on your operating system
3. Select Install Client or Install Server if you want to install for your server, and click OK. Wait about 2 minutes, and you will see a success message.
4. Launch Minecraft and select the Forge profile, then click Play.
5. You will see Minecraft Forge in the lower-left corner and the Mods button under Multiplayer.
Congratulations on successfully installing Minecraft Forge and experimenting with Resource Loader Mod 1.12.2 for Minecraft downloaded.
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