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Building Toronto Datapack (Increased Height Limit)

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    Gamefruitpulp's Avatar Gamefruitpulp
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    The Building Toronto Datapack changes the world's height limit to 1024


    Single Player installation:
    - At world creation select add datapack and browse for the height pack as you would a resource pack
    - If adding the height pack to an existing world, browse to your ./minecraft/saves/<world name>/datapacks folder and drag the height pack into it.

    Server Installation:
    - Browse to your <server directory>/<world>/datapacks folder and drag in the height pack.
    - Create the "datapacks" folder if it does not exist.
    - If using the Multiverse plugin, the height pack must be in the datapacks folder for the primary world. (The one listed in the server.properties

    Modifying the Height Pack:
    - Unzip the pack and go to the TorontoHeight\data\minecraft\dimension_type folder.
    - Open overworld.json
    - Edit the values of "min_y" and "height" to your liking. min_y is the bottom of the world and height is the max
    CompatibilityMinecraft 1.19
    toMinecraft 1.20
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    Update #2 : by Gamefruitpulp 07/09/2022 2:43:24 pmJul 9th, 2022

    Changed data pack to be functional for 1.19
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    User5146798G
    05/20/2024 6:10 pm
    Level 1 : New Miner
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    please make a version for 1.14.4 many people use this version to build cities
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    sniffercraft34
    03/19/2024 2:42 pm
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    A few questions. Does it work on 1.20.4 and also does it work on my own world that I have already built on?
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    Gamefruitpulp
    03/25/2024 8:05 pm
    Level 35 : Artisan Architect
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    It should work on 1.20.4 as we have it running on our server. If it doesn't work on an already-built world you can start a world with the data pack, then copy the region files off of your old world and paste them into the new world with the data pack (Use the same seed if it is a survival world)
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    sniffercraft34
    03/28/2024 11:53 am
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    I just tested it on my world and it didn't work. So maybe you are right.
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    Gamefruitpulp
    03/30/2024 3:50 pm
    Level 35 : Artisan Architect
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    Okay if it doesn't work on a new world for you let us know and we will investigate!
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    sniffercraft34
    03/31/2024 4:39 am
    He/Him • Level 34 : Artisan Cookie Lemon
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    Okay.
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    shadow332
    12/03/2022 2:37 pm
    Level 1 : New Miner
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    Howdy! Ok i installed the datapack, fresh server, and the height and depth are perfect, but its basically a superflat world that is at like 250 height. Any ideas on how to make it have a natural world gen like the default mode?
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    Gamefruitpulp
    12/07/2022 11:36 am
    Level 35 : Artisan Architect
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    Generate the world first and then add the data pack or make the world with the data pack in singleplayer then import it to your server.
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    shadow332
    12/04/2022 2:40 pm
    Level 1 : New Miner
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    what i change the min_y val, it doesnt do anything to the world gen, but if I go beyond -896, it screws the world gen
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    User4271461F
    08/08/2022 4:15 am
    Level 1 : New Miner
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    will you please,Please update this to 1.19.2?
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