- Jan 29, 2015
Interesting - are people tired with the official ones? I know a lot of 3rd party ones are getting a bunch of play.
That'll most likely be due to the Smooth Font mod, which replaces minecrafts font with a true type font. Although it looks better, MC isn't designed for TrueType fonts and you'll get wrapping issues. You can adjust the font being used by the mod to one of your choice.Been having this issue for a while now,and it's resisted my attempts to fix it. Simply put,text really likes to overrun the page/panel/window/screen. For FTB Revelations,this is most evident in the left side pages in the Tinkers' Construct manuals. I've attempted changing my GUI scale,switching between fullscreen and windowed,and mucking with Optifine's Custom Fonts setting,plus all combinations thereof,to no avail. My native resolution is 1920*1080,and I'd really like to fix this headache.
FTB Revelations doesn't have the Smooth Font mod,so that's not a factor.That'll most likely be due to the Smooth Font mod, which replaces minecrafts font with a true type font. Although it looks better, MC isn't designed for TrueType fonts and you'll get wrapping issues. You can adjust the font being used by the mod to one of your choice.
So, what should work is as follows: if you break the flower with the shears, you should get the tall flower as an item - this can then be crafted into 4 petals.Hello everyone. First post here.
I have been learning mods in minecraft for some time now. currently working on ae2 and ic2 for now. So im trying to make a manual dye farm to color my ae2 smart cables. every wiki I read says that I should shear my tall mystical flower for 4 petals, but the problem is that I can't. The shear simply wont do anything to the mystical flower. i can left click but that just punches the flower down, no petals. This is in infinity evolved version 3.1.0.
Any feedback on what I am doing wrong would be appreciated!
It’s not too bad you plant one petal and get four back; I believe people have automated the planting, bonemealing and breaking process, making sure that the petals are split in a 1:3 ratio so a quarter go back into the planter.thanks. that was not very sustainable I guess I have to find another way to get my dyes