In the search for clear windows..
My husband had found a texture pack that he didn’t mind called Doku RPG. I had to look up online how to install it, and it was kind of annoying as I had to download a special program to be able to read the .rar files, then overwrite the files that was in the bin. Knowing that it doesn’t have to be that difficult, it made me grumble. I suppose they could of made their file before Notch had created the texture pack area to keep them in. Honestly I suppose it frustrated me most that I wasn’t able to figure out how to successfully convert Doku’s pack so that it showed up in the file selection window Notch created. I did however get it to work…. and he enjoyed the pack until 2 days later when he found a pumpkin and it looked really dumb, and then got burned by lava and the flames were now static, and made a brick block to find they also looked like a really dumb patchwork of misc images.
I looked online and found that if you have overwritten the files, you can actually go in and delete the version file, and the next time you login and start the game, it downloads all the original files that had been there before. Yay!
So now, we were still on the lookout for our desired clear windows…. hmmm
I found a website: http://painterlypack.net/customizer.php
This site allows you to pick and choose from a list of options and change the look of different blocks and items. It took a bit, but once done, you simply download the finished file, and drag and drop it into the folder Notch had created and it shows up in the list to choose from. Even better, you can have multiple packs in that file and switch between them on a whim!
Pictures to come.. 🙂
Also, in case you didn’t see, right before Christmas, Beta of Minecraft came out.