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Texture/Resource pack help

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created 11/27/2019 4:55 am by ChipsOnToast
last reply 12/07/2019 9:29 pm
hi there sorry for posting this but I was wondering if anyone could help me I am trying to make a texture pack however when zipping and putting into the folder in Minecraft for resource packs it doesn't show up so I was wondering what I was doing wrong

the pack.mcmeta is a .mcmeta file and not a.txt
I got the text for that from here - minecraft.gamepedia.com/Tutorials/Creating_a_resource_pack
I changed the x to a 4 and added my own desctiption
I also don't have it as
name.zip >
     name >
         pack.mcmeta
         assets
it is just a zip with the assets and pack.mcmeta

have tried looking at other guides still had the same issue

thanks for reading

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12/06/2019 3:23 pm
Level 32 : Artisan Droid
unnamedDE
did you use the default windows zip-packager or something like 7zip or WinRAR and accidentally enabled password protection?
1
12/07/2019 9:29 pm
Level 1 : New Miner
ChipsOnToast
no theres no password protection and I tried with both neither worked
1
11/27/2019 11:00 am
Level 2 : Apprentice Miner
Snailster7
Hi, I have no idea if this will help but once you are finished with your textures go back to 1.14.4 folder. From there add a new text document and click file save, save as pack.mcmeta below that click the drop down menu. Click all files. Then save, you should have a free app called atom if you need it download it here https://atom.io Once yo have that installed it should show up as the icon for the pack.mcmeta double click to open the file. It will take you to a black are and simply paste this in
{
"pack": {
"pack_format": 4,
"description": "v4"
}
}
In place of the V4 put the name of your texture pack. Save that and go back (you can delete the new text document) Then drag the files asset and pack.mcmeta onto your desktop. Select them both and right click hit send to compressed zip folder rename it waht you want and put it in your texture pack folder. If you need a video guide here it is https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=W5ih57PzqlQ
1
11/27/2019 7:02 am
Level 61 : High Grandmaster Artist
oakar258
Solution is easy, you have wrong file structure

Instead of
name.zip >
     name >
         pack.mcmeta
         assets

it should be:
name.zip >
     pack.mcmeta
     assets
1
11/27/2019 9:44 pm
Level 1 : New Miner
ChipsOnToast
I mentioned in the post that I hadn't done that
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11/28/2019 6:32 am
Level 61 : High Grandmaster Artist
oakar258
Ah, okay, I missread the sentence
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