[1.10] XRay Mod Download


XRay Mod [1.10] XRay Mod Download

This mod adds XRay vision to Minecraft, find ores with ease now. It includes fullbright, cavefinder, configurable coordinates display, survival fly, fly speed, and much more.

Features:

XRay mode: Default keybinding: X

  • In the user interface, you can choose which blocks get rendered, and which don’t.
  • You can also create additional XRay profiles, and then assign a keybinding to them in-game if you want further customizability.

Cavefinder: Default keybinding: C

  • Works just like XRay mode.
  • Cavefinder does not automatically turn on fullbright like XRay does. Therefore, you can use it to find torches or other light sources in caves.

Fullbright: Default keybinding: L

  • My fullbright is a little bit better than others…

Setting gamma to 1000% while under water

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XRay Fullbright while under water

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Configurable coordinates display

  • For instructions on how to configure them, see the configuration page.
  • Here is an example of what you could do:

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Survival fly and fly speed

  • By default, there is no keybinding set for fly. To enable fly you must set a keybinding for it.
  • Pressing the fly keybinding enables survival fly. This allows you to use double jump to start flying. It is very similar to being in creative mode.
  • Double tapping the fly keybinding makes you start flying immediately.

Easy to install and compatible with any other mod(s)

User interface to make configuration easier

Configuration:

How do I change what blocks are visible?

All configuration is done through the user interface. The default keybinding to open the user interface is J.

Inside the user interface you can select or deselect which blocks you want to be visible by simply checking or unchecking the block you want. By default all blocks are rendered except for those on a built in blacklist of obvious blocks you don’t want in XRay.

Missing blocks?

It turns out that getting a complete list of all blocks in the game, especially when third party mods are involved, is a bit difficult. XRay will prepopulate the list with some blocks it can easily detect; however, there still may be some missing. To address this problem, XRay will add the missing blocks to the list as it filters them when XRay is enabled.

How do I change what is on the coordinates display?

Open the user interface and at the bottom there is a text area where you can change what is on the coordinates display. Below is a table of the possible options you can use.

Coordinates option Description
{X}, {Y}, {Z} XYZ coordinates.
{X1}, {Y1}, {Z1} XYZ coordinates with 1 decimal.
{X2}, {Y2}, {Z2} XYZ coordinates with 2 decimals.
{ChunkX}, {ChunkY}, {ChunkZ} the location of the chunk you’re in.
{ChunkPosX}, {ChunkPosY}, {ChunkPosZ} your location within the chunk.
{FPS} the FPS string.
{Biome} the current biome you’re in.
{BlockLight}, {SkyLight} the block light and skylight levels.
{LookingAt} the coordinates of the block you are currently looking at.
{Compass} the current direction you are facing (north/south/etc).
{RenderedEntities}, {TotalEntities} entity information.
{Clock}, {24Clock} shows the current in-game time.
{Fly} if fly is enabled, and your current fly speed.

How to install:

The mod comes with an installer. Simply double click on the downloaded file, and select a profile to install it into. You can select a vanilla profile, a modded profile, a Forge profile, or even a LiteLoader profile! It will also detect Technic mod packs and ATLauncher instances.

Note: if you double click on the installer, and it opens in WinRAR (or similar program), you will need to right click on the downloaded file, and go to Open withJava(TM) Platform SE binary. If that option is not available you may need to install or reinstall Java.

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