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    posted a message on Vanilla Foxes in 1.12.2
    Quote from cc1619 >>

    Simple as it sounds.

     "Simple" would mean: A fox with only one texture, that you can spawn via the spawn command, that just stands there and does nothing.

     

    Quote from cc1619 >>

    A lot of mods I use haven't updated past 1.12.2, and I miss having foxes in the game.

    With Minecraft 1.13 a lot has changed. This can also be seen, as the Forge project took a long time to move to 1.13 and beyond. So adding foxes (easiest case: copying the code from 1.14 to 1.12) is just as hard as updating a mod to the versions beyond 1.12.

     

    Quote from cc1619 >>

    I am aware that there is a fox mod for 1.12.2, but I prefer the vanilla fox model, and the jumping, holding items in their mouths, etc.

    But probably the fox mod is your best option. If somebody copies the vanilla fox model, he probably won't be able to publish his mod, as it contains at least the model and textures owned by Mojang.

     

    And to the bigger reason: WHY should somebody invest time to put the foxes into Minecraft 1.12, when he could instead invest the time to help updating 1.12 mods to newer Minecraft versions. Updating the mods is the future, as at some point in time 1.12 will not be used anymore, much like 1.7.10 is nowadays not used anymore for new modpacks. And at that point, the mod will become practically useless.

     

    So if you want your fox mod, you will probably need to develop this "simple" mod by yourself. Or go ahead and contribute to the 1.12 mods, so that they can move to 1.13 and beyond.

    Posted in: Minecraft
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    posted a message on Help Making Modpack

    See this support article for an detailed explanation on how to export a modpack from the Twitch App and upload it on Curseforge: https://authors.curseforge.com/knowledge-base/game-specific-support/120-how-to-create-a-modpack

    Posted in: Minecraft
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    posted a message on My modpack doesnt appears on the search bar

    It might be useful to know the steps they've tried to find it, as I can find it without any problem:

     

    So currently I can only suspect that probably someone used an o instead of the 0 (zero), which results in no search results.

     

    P.S.: Just give your friends the Modpack URL. In the top right corner, there is an install button to install it in the twitch app.

    Posted in: Modpacks
  • 0.957083678541839

    posted a message on Modpack not showing up in search results on CurseForge

     Probably you are just searching wrong ;D. By default you are on the Modpack section after clicking on the minecraft page (https://www.curseforge.com/minecraft/modpacks). If you use the provided search you'll search for modpacks, not Minecraft mods.

    You need to go to the Mods section (https://www.curseforge.com/minecraft/mc-mods) and then use the search bar (note that the search url also contains mc-mods).

     

    This will also result in a bunch of other mods named similar to yours (see screenshot).

    Posted in: Minecraft
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