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    • i need help i downloaded 1.8 reccomended version with the too much TNT mod and my game is refusing to finish downloading! this happens: Failed to download file, the file contents differ from what was expected. Name: netty-all-4.0.15.Final.jar URL: https://libraries.minecraft.net/io/netty/netty-all/4.0.15.Final/netty-all-4.0.15.Final.jar Filename on disk: netty-all-4.0.15.Final.jar Path: C:\Users\Admin\AppData\Roaming\.minecraft\libraries\io\netty\netty-all\4.0.15.Final\netty-all-4.0.15.Final.jar Exists: File please help!
    • So I hear what you're saying, so after tinkering with it all day I decided to blow it away, copy BlockDoor and modify it only so that classes and methods referred to it as TestDoor. now this causes problems because in the middle of BlockDoor it wants to run some comparisons between this = this.Blocks.ACACIA_DOOR, etc, to determine what item to drop.The comparison fails because TestDoor and BlockDoor can't be compared, as ACACIA_DOOR is defined as type BlockDoor in Blocks.java. I've been working on a way to add this functionality via my own BlocksInit second, but for the time being I just commented those 3 sections of code out. I wanted to see if it would render them or throw compile errors if it was just up to a watered down TestDoor and an EventSubscriber as listed above.    Essentially, it threw the same error. I think this error is basically saying listen, you can't take TestDoor and stick it into Blocks.ACACIA_DOOR. I'm guessing it wants to see a type BlockDoor for this. I make a TestDoor that's an actual extension of BlockDoor add in a Initializer, I'll get no build errors, but the same result. Purple Checkered Doors. I read on a troubleshooting guide that this can be caused by:    Your Block registration is not being called (must be called during preInitialisation) You have passed the wrong block to registerBlock, or the block instance is null. You haven't set the appropriate creative tab in your Block I've made sure all the setCreativeTab stuff works, that part is fine. If I make TestDoor an extension of BlockDoor and code accordingly, it seems to register the block but doesn't render correctly. If I make TestDoor an extention of door, it looks like it considers that the wrong type of block for the field and won't let me overwrite the vanilla one.     I'm still not sure if I should or shot not be extending but I imagine it's way more mod/user friendly if I did. I've tried following some guides on how to do custom doors online with the goal of perhaps creating a "custom" door that is basically like the vanilla one and then overloading the vanilla one with it but this method doesn't seem to be working. The upswing is I now know doors in vanilla are instantiated and created, but I'm stuck for the time being on figuring it out any further.
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