How to install Texture Packs.
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Posted 04/10/12 3:31:35 pm
- Download a texture pack.
- DON'T Unzip it. (Now you can unzip it.)
- Goto the start menu and type %appdata%
- Goto .minecraft (Which is in roaming on W7) put the (Zipped) Texture pack in the "Texture pack" folder.
- log into minecraft and open Texture Packs and select the Texture Pack.
- Have fun!
For the mac one I copied it from http://www.worldofminecraft.com/content/how-installing-texture-packs-mac-version thanks to them.
Finding a texture pack
First step, is to find the texture pack you want. A good place to search is right here, in the Mapping & Modding section of the forum. I'll recommend this thread, giving a quick overview of some of the most popular texture packs.
Once you've selected one click the [Download Texture Pack - Alpha] link below the name. For this tutorial I've chosen the Brown & Bloom texture pack.
Most packs will have download links, usually bundled in a .zip file. To extract such files, you would need a .zip and/or .rar extractor. You should easily be able to find such by googling. If not, follow this link. Once you've extracted the files, you should have a bunch of different .png files, and some folders, depending on how much of the game, the texture pack actually replaces. In my example, it replaces every block.
Installing the texture pack
When it comes to installing texture packs, Mac users have a far easier way compared to Windows users. We'll just have to extract the texture pack into the same folder we've placed Minecraft.
Once we've located the folder, we'll just have to grab the files directly from our texture pack, and place them in our Minecraft folder.
And that's it! Next time you run Minecraft it should have the updated textures applied!
Made by Birjolaxew
How to install a texture pack. (WINDOWS XP)
- Open the start menu.
- Either press R or click run.
- Type %appdata% and open
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