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  1. I've been trying to tweak TerraFirmaCraft to be just how I like it lately, and this has really been bothering me. It seems that Optifine recognises TerraFirmaCraft's grass blocks well enough for basic connected grass, but it doesn't do the same thing for snow. Does anyone know ifthere is anything I can change in the TerraFirmaCraft or the Optifine files to get this working properly? An image to clarify what I'm talking about.
  2. So in my current TFC World, I live in a mountain at Z:-10200, and throughout the fall, winter, and spring, I've been watching the snow pile higher and higher; in some spots it's now gotten to be four slabs thick. I just wondered, what's the thickest you've ever seen snow get in your worlds? (Areas that never thaw don't count (e.g. poles, high latitude mtn. tops, etc.))
  3. Snowberries

    So, I was just ready about various types of shrubs and berries in a book I had recently come to own, when I stumbled upon this: (Apologies for the bad quality picture...)They are pretty common around the area I live, although I had never thought to eat them, and apparently for good reason. They are considered non-edible, which makes me wonder why they are included in TFC as an edible berry? I mean according to several sources [Source, Source, Picture above]they are not terribly poisonous but should never be consumed. I wonder if this is something that was overlooked or simply ignored during the time they were implemented into the mod. Either way I still think they should either cause some sort of adverse effect upon consumption, or not be a harvestable/edible food source in TFC.If this suggestion were to be acted upon, might I suggest the implementation of Huckleberries as a replacement to snowberries. If the snowberries were simply added for a change to the regular berry palate, being uniquely coloured and providing a different texturing, might I suggest the addition of Cloudberries?