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How to make a ressource pack???fingerprint

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Elicorne started 05/19/2020 7:34 pm
RookiePlayer replied 05/28/2020 7:42 am
I need help! How can I create my own ressource pack?
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Elicorne
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05/28/2020 1:57 am
Level 1 : New Miner
Zeldien
Novaskin uses a built in resource pack creator, check it out, my friends have created some fun resource packs by it, and they highly recommended it to me!
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05/28/2020 7:33 am
Level 28 : Expert Unicorn
Elicorne
ok, thx
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05/28/2020 7:42 am
Level 17 : Journeyman uwu
RookiePlayer
You can use Novaskin, which I recommend, but you can also create a collection of assets in the "Texture Packs" button of the "Minecraft" tab.

Hope this helped!
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05/19/2020 9:26 pm
Level 2 : Apprentice Engineer
pixelsquared
This is a good starting point: https://minecraft.gamepedia.com/Tutorials/Creating_a_resource_pack

If you explain more what kind of stuff you want to do with the pack I can give more specific help.
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05/19/2020 10:26 pm
Level 28 : Expert Unicorn
Elicorne
thx mate :)
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05/20/2020 12:13 amhistory
Level 14 : Journeyman Ninja
One_Nose
Create a folder with the name of your resource pack (with spaces and capital letters), then, in that folder, put a file called pack.mcmeta. In this file write the following:

pack.mcmeta

You can also include pack.png for the resource pack's icon.
In the same folder, put a folder called assets, inside a folder called minecraft.

Folders organization


Then, open %appdata%/.minecraft/versions in your computer. In this folder, there are folders with the names of minecraft versions. Enter the folder of the version your resource pack is for, for example 20w20b. In this folder, there be a file called 20w20b.jar. Open it using 7-ZIP, WINRAR or similar program you have. If you don't have any, comment me and I will send you it as a .zip file, which can be opened using regular file explorer.

In the .jar file, there be a folder called assets, and in that folder, a folder called minecraft.

The minecraft folder in the .jar file has the same paths inside it as your resource pack's minecraft folder. Let's see an example.

Let's say you wanna retexture the iron ingot. You need to find its texture inside minecraft folder of the .jar file, and you will find it at the following path:
minecraft/textures/item/iron_ingot.pngIt might be a few different on previous versions (for example, the item folder could be called items).

In your resource pack minecraft folder, create a textures folder, inside it an item folder, and then copy iron_ingot.png file to your item folder. Edit the iron_ingot.png copy, don't forget to save and you changed its texture inside your resource pack! Don't forget to press F3+T in minecraft to refresh the resource pack. The iron ingot resource pack should look like this:

Folders organization


Hope I helped! Feel free to send me if you have any issues.
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05/20/2020 7:17 am
Level 28 : Expert Unicorn
Elicorne
thx :)
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05/20/2020 1:40 am
Level 72 : Legendary Procrastinator
Hydrogenate
Download paint.net (app) then download the default minecraft textures or something then start opening the textures using paint.net ;)
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05/20/2020 7:17 am
Level 28 : Expert Unicorn
Elicorne
Thank you!
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05/20/2020 12:06 pm
Level 72 : Legendary Procrastinator
Hydrogenate
Np <3
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