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My Resource Pack is Not Working

1 emerald 14 replies 3,484 views | started 08/05/2013 10:23 pm by readhaspenguins
Okay, here's my problem.

I got the files needed to make resource pack by this video.

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=wMDva1P6Bgo&noredirect=1

These are the files I have.




Inside the "textures" folder was this.



I opened the "blocks" folder and found the "dirt" texture. I started to design the texture and saved it. I think it looks amazing so I tried to test it out to see how it would look.



I dragged the texture pack into my "resource pack" folder in the .minecraft folder.



I opened up Minecraft and clicked on my resource pack and placed down some dirt. It is just the original dirt texture. I triple checked that I was on my resource pack.



Yes, I triple checked. I am not trolling. Someone please help. Thank you if you took your time to read this and I would love feedback.

-Read
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readhaspenguins
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12/22/2013 8:58 pm
Level 5 Apprentice Network
happy111
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"deadrecon98"
"readhaspenguins"Okay, here's my problem.

I got the files needed to make resource pack by this video.

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=wMDva1P6Bgo&noredirect=1

These are the files I have.




Inside the "textures" folder was this.



I opened the "blocks" folder and found the "dirt" texture. I started to design the texture and saved it. I think it looks amazing so I tried to test it out to see how it would look.



I dragged the texture pack into my "resource pack" folder in the .minecraft folder.



I opened up Minecraft and clicked on my resource pack and placed down some dirt. It is just the original dirt texture. I triple checked that I was on my resource pack.



Yes, I triple checked. I am not trolling. Someone please help. Thank you if you took your time to read this and I would love feedback.

-Read


-_- it still has to be a .zip


Actually no, im pretty sure it dosn't need to be a zip
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08/10/2013 2:39 pm
Level 39 Artisan Pixel Painter
insomniac_lemon
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"deadrecon98"
-_- it still has to be a .zip


Jeb added folder support specifically for artists quite a while ago. Not only does it make working easier, it allows you to press f3+t to reload textures and instantly see your changes.

However, just because it works as a folder, doesn't mean pack makers shouldn't learn how to zip it properly. Especially since it's just the same thing, but a .ZIP instead of a folder.
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08/09/2013 11:10 pm
Level 1 New Architect
readhaspenguins
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No it doesn't. I just tried it and it worked perfectly the way he told me to.
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08/09/2013 2:33 pm
Level 61 High Grandmaster Programmer
deadrecon98
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"readhaspenguins"Okay, here's my problem.

I got the files needed to make resource pack by this video.

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=wMDva1P6Bgo&noredirect=1

These are the files I have.




Inside the "textures" folder was this.



I opened the "blocks" folder and found the "dirt" texture. I started to design the texture and saved it. I think it looks amazing so I tried to test it out to see how it would look.



I dragged the texture pack into my "resource pack" folder in the .minecraft folder.



I opened up Minecraft and clicked on my resource pack and placed down some dirt. It is just the original dirt texture. I triple checked that I was on my resource pack.



Yes, I triple checked. I am not trolling. Someone please help. Thank you if you took your time to read this and I would love feedback.

-Read


-_- it still has to be a .zip
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08/09/2013 1:41 pm
Level 1 New Architect
readhaspenguins
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Yeah, this was my new account, my old account is BabolatBoss.
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08/09/2013 1:41 pm
Level 1 New Architect
readhaspenguins
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Wow, thanks happy111

You are the best! This is the reason I posted pictures of everything I did just in case there was something wrong. Guess the video was wrong. Thanks again happy111!
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08/06/2013 12:41 am
Level 5 Apprentice Network
happy111
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I think i found the problem....
all the folders that are now in "assets" has to be in the "minecraft" folder


*EDit i am sure now. move the files and it will work
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08/07/2013 2:08 am
Level 30 Artisan Mountaineer
COOPERx223x
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Nice catch, Happy111.
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08/07/2013 3:16 pm
Level 5 Apprentice Network
happy111
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thanks. i just compared the entire thing with my own pack and i found it
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08/05/2013 10:37 pm
Level 30 Artisan Mountaineer
COOPERx223x
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You're using Paint.NET? Here's what I think could be the problem then. Make doubly sure that the dirt texture you edited was saved as a .png, NOT a .pdn (or whatever the file is that's specific to Paint.NET. This has gotten me a few times; I edit a texture and save it, but I save it as a .pdn instead of .png and I freak out because I thought I edited the wrong texture or something.
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08/06/2013 12:25 am
Level 1 New Architect
readhaspenguins
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No... it is a png. I was so happy I thought i found the case but dang.



(Thanks ImaLittleCreeper for the tip)
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08/05/2013 10:31 pm
Level 41 Master Wolf Whisperer
ImaLittleCreeper
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Seeing as your new I'll help you out.... if you do [ i m g ]LINK![ / i m g ] or just click the IMG button you can magically do this....
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08/05/2013 10:27 pm
Level 19 Journeyman Engineer
EnderCreeper08
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i guess its the background you just edited, or you need optifine or mcpatcher, try it
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08/05/2013 10:29 pm
Level 1 New Architect
readhaspenguins
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I used paint.net and I have don't texture packs before but not resource packs. I will try patching it but it is 16x16.

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