Useful Ingame GUI Mod for Minecraft 1.4.6

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This mod alters the ingame menu (aka pause menu) adding new buttons to it that were previously out-of-reach (inside other menus like the options menu…mostly that menu) So let’s start with what buttons there are in the mod…

  • Textures – Allows the player to change is current texture pack as usual.
  • Reconnect – Allows the player to reconnect inside a server. More specificaly, instead of disconnecting, going to the server list and connecting, you can automatically reconnect to the current server you’re in. (SMP ONLY!)
  • Difficulty – Allows the player to change the current dificulty level.
  • GUI Scale – Allows the player to change the GUI’s size.
  • Fog – Allows the player to change the render distance.
  • Graphics – Allows the player to change the graphics of the game.
  • SPMenu – Allows the player to access the Singleplayer Menu (aka World Menu).
  • MPMenu – Allows the player to access the Multiplayer Menu (aka Server List).
  • Fullscreen – Allows the player to resize the game, toggling fullscreen.
  • Copy (Seed/IP) – Copies the IP address + Port of the server you are currently in (SMP) or the world’s seed (SSP) (FIXED!).
  • Hide IP – Hides the IP address + Port of the server you are currently in. (SMP ONLY!)
  • Quit Game – Allows the player to quit the game instantly, shutting the current instance of Minecraft.
  • Server Info (ModLoader version) – Opens a menu with the server IP + Port
  • Language

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Installation:

Windows/Linux Instructions:

  • Locate your minecraft.jar file. On Windows, it’s in %APPDATA%/.minecraft/bin
  • Create a backup of minecraft.jar
  • Open minecraft.jar in an archive editor (WinRar/7-Zip/etc)
  • Delete the META-INF folder.
  • Copy (drag and drop) the .class files from the downloaded zip file into the jar file, replacing previous files.
  • Run Minecraft and test!
  • Or you can always use MagicInstaller (Google it) ^^

Mac Instructions:

  • Locate your minecraft.jar file. On Mac, it’s in /Library/Application Support/minecraft/bin
  • Create a backup of minecraft.jar
  • Rename minecraft.jar to minecraft.zip and double-click it to extract the contents
  • Rename the resulting folder to minecraft.jar and open it
  • Copy the .class files from the downloaded zip into the minecraft.jar folder, replacing previous files
  • Run Minecraft and test!

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