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How do i get resource packs to work

1 emerald 18 replies 10,047 views | started 07/01/2013 5:06 pm by nicolink
How do i get resource packs to work? The only question! Resource packs are not in a mod- they are in minecraft 1.6.1.
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nicolink
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07/22/2013 6:27 am
Level 6 Apprentice Engineer
isdalek
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I made my own resource pack according to the wiki, I have everything that's needed, but when I open my resource packs folder, I can't see anything, just the default one... HALP
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07/11/2013 12:40 pm
Level 1 New Miner
DinoCraft275
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None of these worked for me...
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07/02/2013 7:55 am
Level 1 New Farmer
Gnocciman97
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nicolink,
The way I did is, was to use Mojang's TextureEnder (or EnderTexture, something like that) you can find on their website, which allows you to convert texture packs to resource packs.

Steps to convert a texture pack to resource pack:
- Download program from Mojang's website.
- Open the program.
- Using the program, navigate to where your texture packs are located.
- Convert the texture pack and wait for the program to say: All done!
- Drop the recently converted texture pack to the resource packs folder in your minecraft folder.
- All done!

That's what I had to do, and it worked for me.
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07/02/2013 7:49 am
Level 26 Expert Pokemon
nicolink
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Can I see a video on how to do this?
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07/02/2013 7:43 am
Level 18 Journeyman Architect
DSasaki
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Texture = Resource
It's basically like texture packs but with the music~~
Well drag and drop the Resource pack on the Resource pack
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07/02/2013 12:17 am
Level 8 Apprentice Miner
Unknown1001
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Ive got the same thing, I believe its how resource packs are set up, but when you go to put it on, the default texture pack is the only one there. I was testing it with WINRAR and unzipped folders too, but it wasent changed, since I just made it a default texture pack but renamed it 'test'. nothing works! defaults not bad tho..
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07/01/2013 6:23 pm
Level 2 Apprentice Crafter
iDogftw
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07/01/2013 5:50 pm
Level 1 New Network
Redacted111
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RESOURCE PACKS MUST BE EXTRACTED TO A NON-ZIP FOLDER enjoy
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07/01/2013 5:13 pm
Level 35 Artisan Pony
Astrian
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There's a new folder in the .minecraft called resource packs, just drag and drop.
If you're asking how to convert a 1.5.2 texture pack to a 1.6.1 resource pack, that's a whole nother story.

First of all, when you click to go into the resource pack folder there should be a few things there.
1. Assets folder: (has all the sounds and textures)
2. pack.mcmeta: (description of the resourcepack, MUST BE IN THERE TO WORK)
3. pack.png: (The picture that shows when you are selecting a resourcepack)
Hope that helps, also they renamed a whole bunch of items and blocks in the texture folder, so I had to do a lot of renaming for the texture pack that i've been working on, that could also be the problem
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07/02/2013 12:25 am
Level 25 Expert Toast
SquircularKnights
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THANK YOU SO MUCH!!!
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07/02/2013 7:30 am
Level 26 Expert Pokemon
nicolink
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Im glad your happy too!
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07/01/2013 5:12 pm
Level 16 Journeyman Dragon
Famousie0
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well download the resource pack you want then go to %appdata% then minecraft then resource packs then drag and drop the resource pack you want in the resource packs folder then go in minecraft go to options then resource packs in game then click the one you want.
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07/01/2013 5:17 pm
Level 26 Expert Pokemon
nicolink
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I tried all of these suggestions but they dont work! NOTE: I made the resource pack, it wont appear in the resource pack library
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07/01/2013 5:51 pm
Level 35 Artisan Pony
Astrian
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You're missing the pack.mcmeta file
IDK how to makeone cuz im lazy and it doesn't work on my computer, just find another resource pack and extract their pack.mcmeta and put it next to the assets folder
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07/01/2013 5:49 pm
Level 16 Journeyman Dragon
Famousie0
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huh. well im guessing that you already have the resource pack downloaded since you made it (obviously) so try going ingame and going to options the resource packs. you should see a button called "Open resource pack folder". click that. then drag your resource pack in there. the reasion i say that is because i have two .minecraft folders for some odd reason (i think i messed sometinhg up O.o) so i have to drag my mods into the bin in one .minecraft folder and then maps and texture packs into the saves and texturepacks folder in another .minecraft folder. its wierd maybe you have the same problem =/
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07/01/2013 5:08 pm
Level 23 Expert Pokemon
KyleUMHi
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All you have to do is DOWNLOAD a resource pack then drop it into the resource packs file. Simple as that!
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07/01/2013 5:07 pm
Level 42 Master Blockhead
LeeTheENTP
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I'm pretty sure they work just like texture packs, but I'm no expert on it.
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07/01/2013 5:09 pm
Level 2 Apprentice Crafter
iDogftw
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It is the same way you are right btw does anyone wanna help with mine?

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