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How To: Install.jar Mods The way you describe how to install Java mods is incorrect. The reason is that when you place the java file into the mod folder, it will perform as a standard mod until a different one in another area of the ".minecraft" folder is beeing used. What I mean by this is: 1. Cut or copy the jars, but don’t paste them yet. Navigate to the versions folder and create another folder. MAIMERS'S BLOG Paste the jar file in the folder you created 4. Copy the jar file to the folder once more and paste it again with an alternative name 5. Open the jar file in notepad. Copy all the text, and then close the file. The copied file should be deleted 7. Create a new file (most likely it will be a txt-file) and name it exactly the same way as the jar file is called 8. When you have it written exactly as the jar file and saved with the name as a .json file 9. Open the json file in notpad and copy the next you copied 10. Start the launcher , and then select the mod you would like to "made." 10,5. If this doesn't work, follow these steps: Open the folder for versions and choose the folder you don't require (if the mod is using 1.7.10, you need to locate a folder running the 1.7.10 minecraft version 12. Copy the jar file into the folder you've selected and change the name exactly as the json file's name is 13. games MAIMERS'S BLOG Launch the launcher and choose the version you want to use. If you are unable to locate the folder you're looking for, go back to the versions folder then look after the last edited folder and rename it however you'd like. I suggest that you rename the files within that folder exactly as the folder is named.
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