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rewind987

Installing outside of .minecraft directory

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Hi,

I just need some help with installing tfc and forge outside of the .minecraft directory to fix the render distance crash. I don't have any experience with doing that, sorry. It is unable to install forge into the folder even though I ran 1.7.10 in that directory. Am I skipping a step somewhere?

 

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You have to do it into the .minecraft directory. To fix the render distance issue log into a vanilla world and set your distance lower. What is recommended is to have your instance directory different. So when you create the profile in the MC launcher choose to save the files to a different directory. Launch a 1.7.10 forge vanilla save. This will generate all the files and folders you need. Then just put your mods in that mod folder.

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I recommend using a different launcher altogether. MultiMC is great for having many different Minecraft instances, installing any Forge version, installing any Minecraft version, setting Java settings per instance, copying instances/worlds and is relatively easy to use.

https://multimc.org/

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