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  1. Change the height of the TFC world

    I play TFC for a long time. And recently, I began to worry about the performance issue as me with my friends on our server. We think that changing the height of the world, we will be able to improve performance. I explored the source code of TFC, but found no possibility to change the height of the world. Does anyone know how to do it?
  2. Change the height of the TFC world

    You need to find the file TFSOptions.java in api folde of source code. At the end of this file, the variables rockLayer2Height and rockLayer3Height are responsible for the height at which the layer of stone begins. So the first layer is from 0 to 55, the second from 55 to 110, and the third from 110 to the surface. As youperhaps knowstandard TFC have3 rocklayers. Make both variables equal to 0 and you will have only one layer of stone. And what kind of discórdia?
  3. Change the height of the TFC world

    Keep it up, good luck to you in all your endeavors. If you have corrected the sky, could you load yours .jar mod so I can analyze it.
  4. Change the height of the TFC world

    http://lmgtfy.com/?q=How+to+work+with+Eclipse
  5. Change the height of the TFC world

    Just src.
  6. Change the height of the TFC world

    Yep. Do everything in stages. First, check whether Eclipse will see an empty project. When you start it asks you to specify workspace, you have to select the folder with Forge, then in the panel on the left you will see Minecraft. Then move the src. Most likely, after running eclipse, there will be errors in your project that you will need to connect to your library project to fix. These libraries are the usual mods in the format .jar. I for example plugged in [1.7.10] TerraFirmaCraft-0.79.29.922.jar. You can connect for example: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=UtzAf8tyuAM English-international language I thought you will be comfortable to communicate with him.
  7. Change the height of the TFC world

    I do not see a problem, the Internet is full of guides on such a topic, I will give you the articles that I started with myself, but they are in Russian, you will need a translator. Preface: https://minecraft-ru.gamepedia.com/Создание_модификаций_с_помощью_Forge The main part: https://minecraft-ru.gamepedia.com/Создание_модификаций_с_помощью_Forge/1.7%2B In the main part you only need to prepare the environment and setup, the rest is about how to write your mod. After the preparation you will need to unpack the src folder ofsource codes into a folder with forge and select this folder as workspace in eclipse. And i found English video for you:
  8. Change the height of the TFC world

    I tried to open the file through notepad++, but did not see the tin, maybe you have not opened .java, but .class. To make sea level 63, change the indexOffset to 47.
  9. Change the height of the TFC world

    I've been experimenting with the values of the variables. You need to download the source code https://github.com/Deadrik/TFCraft, then find the file com/bioxx/tfc/worldgen/TFCChunkProviderGenerate.java, you can open it with any text editor.I use Eclipse. The file has a variable indexOffset (location in the picture), which is responsible for the height of the world, the default is 128, I reduced it to 48 and got the height of the sea 64. After making the necessary changes, you need to compile .java to .class and place in jar with TFC. If you don't know how to compile java, welcome to Google.
  10. Change the height of the TFC world

    I found a solution, but there's a problem I haven't been able to solve yet. The horizon shifted upwards because of this, at a height of 64, the sky is black. Now I don't have time to fix it.
  11. Change the height of the TFC world

    Thanks for your response, we will try to update the hardware.
  12. Change the height of the TFC world

    Yeah, I don't want to increase the height, I want to reduce it to a standard 64 blocks or even 32 blocks in the source code I found the global variable SEALEVEL, but the change did not bring any results.To increase performance I have to reduce the average number of blocks per chunk, I think so.