Enchiridion Mod is the mod starting off as a part of Mariculture and allowing players to update custom books from zip files in the configs. This mod is handy for modpack creators or people who just want to let people know what is going on. It has been split from Mariculture. Let’s join with us to discover this mod with us!
See also: Lost Books Mod
Based on the feedback, Enchiridion Mod sees the removal of the unused pedia and focuses entirely on the book aspects. The Library has been turned into something similar to the book binder except the books tied to the player instead of an item. It offers up to 65 books of storage, which you will need to own instead of getting for free. The editor has been redesigned and improved upon with jump features being replaced with a full button editor. Allowing for editing of the hover/unhover as well as the action they perform includes opening webpages. The layers are now repositioned by dragging and can be locked or made invisible.
The editor also comes with a timeline where you can move or add new pages. There is also a grid to allow positioning of items, and you can also ctrl click to move multiple items as well as copy and paste features between pages and books. Items and recipes have the option to hide or show tooltips per item. It is easier to change the background of books and the icon. Deleting pages is also much easier now. Enchiridion Mod also comes with a default book to help explain some features to help you get started with the editor. There is a config option to sync books between servers and client; however, this is off by default and needs to be enabled both sides.
Custom Book Editing
What else other than Custom Books?
Enchiridion Mod also has the book binder. This is an item that can store up to 21 mod books, handy for all those guides that you get, portable and light. The recipe is simply, which includes 2 strings and 2 papers. String on left and paper on right can be crafted in your handy dandy 2×2 player crafting. All you need to do to use is right click to open it, interface and place the mod guides inside. You can then right click them from this interface to open them up.
How to install:
- Download and install Minecraft Forge.
- Download the mod.
- Go to %appdata%.
- Go to .minecraft/mods folder.
- If the “mods” folder does not exist you can create one.
- Drag and drop the downloaded jar (zip) file into it.
- Enjoy the mod.