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Schematica - How To Use


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You want to make a base? You have a base, but something's going to happen to it, like a wipe? You want to copy someones base, and build it somewhere else, maybe even a different server? Want to build a complex redstone contraption, but your'e too lazy to figure out redstone yourself? Have I got the mod for you! It's called Schematica. It lets you do all that stuff I mentioned.

Anyways, to do all that, first install Schematica and it's core mod. You can find a link to the downloads here: for schematica: http://www.minecraftforum.net/forums/mapping-and-modding/minecraft-mods/1285818-schematica 

for lunatarius core: http://www.minecraftforum.net/forums/mapping-and-modding/minecraft-mods/1284041-lunatrius-mods

Once you've got those installed in your mods folder,

 

Installation, Configuration
Install MinecraftForge
Drop the mod files into .minecraft/mods and start minecraft

To configure the mod use "Mods" on the main screen or "Mod Options..." in-game, then selecting the mod and clicking "Config".

Now enter your  directory and find the folder that says minecraft.

Now create a folder called schematics in that directory. Open it up. Place yo' schematic files into that thang and close it. Now launch yo' game, foo'. When you enter your world, find a good buildin' spot to place that blueprint. By default, it will use the divide, multiply and subtract keys. It might help to change those. Your schematics will show up in a list. Pick the one you want to build, and press the next button. You might have to try a few times to get it to be positioned right. You now have a translucent hologram as a guide to block placing.

Here is a video to better help explain how that goes.

 

Now you can build that amazing build!

Hopefully this stuff helps, and hopefully it's not too confusing.

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