Minecraft at school
- How to make items in minecraft | CraftGuide Mod Minecraft
- Crafting Recipes | MrCrayfish's Furniture Mod Wiki | FANDOM
How to make items in minecraft | CraftGuide Mod Minecraft
To create your own, just place a crafting table in the centre of a crafting grid, put a piece of paper in each corner, and fill in the edges with four books. There is also a keybind to open it without needing an item (defaults to G), which works even if you are playing on a server that doesn’t have it installed (note: there isn’t a server version at all right now).
thank you for fixing the bug with disabling the keybind, i've been hoping to see that fixed for a long while. i prefer having to grab a book from the shelf to see recipes. (any chance of an option that makes the mod respond to the keybind only when the book is in the hotbar?)
Crafting Recipes | MrCrayfish's Furniture Mod Wiki | FANDOM
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ComputerCraft is a modification for Minecraft that’s all about computer programming. It allows you to build in-game Computers and Turtles, and write programs for them using the Lua programming language. The addition of programming to Minecraft opens up a wide variety of new possibilities for automation and creativity. If you’ve never programmed before, it also serves as excellent way to learn a real world skill in a fun, familiar environment.
CraftGuide is a fairly simple in-game recipe viewer for Minecraft with the goal of being able to display a lot of information at once, and have some fairly simple ways to quickly navigate it.
CraftGuide has an API, allowing other mods to provide additional recipes among other things, as well as built-in support for displaying some mods' recipes. Additional built-in mod support or assistance using the API will generally be provided upon request from the current author of the mod in question. User-requested mod support is occasionally implemented after consulting with that mod's author(s).
At the bottom left corner, there is a small triangle. Clicking and dragging it will allow you to resize the entire GUI. This is especially useful if you have a lot of space around the edges, allowing you to see often four or more columns of recipes at once.
Some items show a * over the top right corner. That means that it will accept any variation of that item (for example, wool colour or tool damage). Others, with a small F in the top left, represent things in the Forge ore dictionary, which allows mods to use items like copper and tin in their crafting recipes, and have the recipes accept similar resources from *other* mods. A more technical description is that items that show the * accept anything with a specific item ID, even if the data values are different, while ones that show an F accept any specific items that different mods have declared interchangable (each of which may or may not accept any data value).
I'm not sure if I can advertise.. But since there's no craft guide for - I found this mod called ConvenientRecipes http:///forums/mapping-and-modding/minecraft-mods/7689689-convenient-recipes-6-6-a-simple-recipe-mod-for-mc