[SOLVED] How do I create a new world type?

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[SOLVED] How do I create a new world type?
Mon, 11/27/2023 - 19:16 (edited)

I am not asking about a dimension, nor am I asking about a biome. I am talking about the way that the overworld generates, the setting that changes how the overworld generates is called "world type." World type means like superflat, buffet, amplified, etc. I want to know how to add a new option for this specific setting if it is even possible.

(For context, many mods add new options to this specific setting, Biomes O' Plenty being one of them as an example.)

Edited by Constant Constantine on Mon, 11/27/2023 - 19:16
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You cannot do that without…
Wed, 09/13/2023 - 12:37

You cannot do that without coding.

 

Also its quite complicated to add a new World Type.

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@SparkleArts oof, I only…
Wed, 09/13/2023 - 23:54

@SparkleArts oof, I only know how to edit code, not write it. Thanks anyways.

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@SparkleArts Would you…
Mon, 07/22/2024 - 20:34

@SparkleArts Would you happen to have any idea how to do that in MCreator? Would it be in a custom element? Do you have any tips on how to get started, like setting up all the files? I am willing to learn how to write the code for this feature, I make batch scripts for personal use all the time, I would just appreciate some good "beginner's pointers".