Chat Bubbles 1.11
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This mod displays what people say above their head. Useful for crowded servers where the chat lines fly by. This way you can hold a conversation with people near you.
This is similar to VoxelChat, but VoxelChat functions best with a server plugin. This has a lot of work on the client side done so that it has a lot better chance of working on servers that don't use the server plugin. That said, this has used the server plugin too in the past, and may again, and VoxelChat now includes the better client side parsing from this mod. So not much separates them now aside from looks :-/
Modpacks: This mod may be included in modpacks, if
- I am credited (please include a link to this page)
- you do not make money from the modpack. No charging for it or putting it behind an ad link (like (Ad link removed))
Install: Install Liteloader, then put the ChatBubbles .litemod file in your .minecraft/mods folder.
also, Liteloader works fine with Forge (or without it)
- nicknames will not work. If the name attached to the chat message is different than the name above someone's head, there is no way to match that. Wouldn't mind redoing this so there's a server component that communicates better with the client re: who sent a message
pretty much anything with a : or a > after the name
almost anything with name in a < > block
The general case regular expressions are pushed about as far as I can go. The mod now has the ability to use custom regex lines per server. There are a few examples in
/.modloader/mods/chatbubbles/customRegexes.txt (after you run minecraft with the mod once). Each line is four parts.
- server address (with port if necessary).
- regex to match that server's chat format(s).
- which ( ) group corresponds with the playername. Can be multiple comma separated values in the case of an OR in the regex (for multiple wildly different styles on a server).
- ( ) group corresponding to the message.
Old Versions (all for Modloader/Forge)
1.7.2, 1.6.4, 1.6.2, 1.5.2, 1.4.7
|Game Version:||Minecraft 1.11|
|Credit:||ExDoublez for the suggestion. The ChatBubbles mod for Minecraft (its code and artwork) copyright Jason (MamiyaOtaru) Winzenried|
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Update #32 : 12/06/2016 6:19:30 pm12/06/16
Update #31 : 12/03/2016 12:19:26 am12/03/16
1.11 version added
Update #30 : 06/28/2016 10:26:21 am6/28/16
Update #29 : 05/25/2016 9:19:05 pm5/25/16
Update #28 : 05/04/2016 11:41:43 pm5/04/16
Update #27 : 10/29/2015 8:00:04 am10/29/15
Update #26 : 07/05/2014 7:06:25 pm7/05/14
Update #24 : 02/02/2014 12:06:26 am2/02/14
VoxelModpack functionality temporarily out until I can code it back in. The VoxelModpack was the only way for this to function with nicknames. Will bring it back, though in the meantime one could just use VoxelChat
Update #23 : 09/23/2013 5:00:28 pm9/23/13
Update #22 : 07/29/2013 9:59:59 pm7/29/13
redid play.mc-sg.org's custom regex (functions there again)
note: realmc is currently broken with probably no possibility of functioning again unless they switch their chat format to be less retarded
Update #20 : 07/09/2013 2:42:36 am7/09/13
Update #21 : 07/09/2013 2:17:33 am7/09/13
Update #19 : 07/07/2013 5:45:00 pm7/07/13
Update #18 : 07/05/2013 2:04:17 am7/05/13
Update #17 : 05/24/2013 9:30:46 pm5/24/13
Update #16 : 04/08/2013 5:33:05 am4/08/13
Update #15 : 03/22/2013 1:26:29 pm3/22/13
Update #14 : 03/14/2013 12:57:06 pm3/14/13
moved some classes around for maintainability while I was at it
Update #13 : 12/30/2012 6:37:09 pm12/30/12
Update #12 : 12/21/2012 5:30:59 am12/21/12
Update #11 : 12/10/2012 10:32:33 pm12/10/12
Also will integrate with VoxelChat on servers that have that plugin installed, so even nicknames will work (only on those servers)
Update #10 : 12/08/2012 4:22:58 am12/08/12
Future updates will probably add more custom regex lines (added one more for this while at it)
Update #9 : 12/07/2012 12:20:17 am12/07/12
added in custom regex lines. /.modloader/mods/chatbubbles/customRegexes.txt contains some examples. Add more there if you want to try your own. Good luck.
Update #8 : 12/02/2012 4:38:08 pm12/02/12
title [rank] name: text
**title [rank] name: text
c*title c[rank] name: text
ctitle c[rank] name: next
now supported. Things like
<faction name> text
is already fine. I've also seen stuff like
<faction name rank> text
this will not work. Name has to be last in the < > block. Will be fixable on a per-server basis when custom regexs are implemented