How I add a block to "blockWood" ore dictionary

Started by aidanete on Thu, 12/13/2018 - 21:08

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How I add a block to "blockWood" ore dictionary
Thu, 12/13/2018 - 21:08

I want to create a block that can be used as wood in any mod/vanilla crafting, ore dictionaries I think is the solution, but I don't know how to put it to my block. Can anyone help me?

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Ore dictionary is not a…
Sat, 01/05/2019 - 04:05
  1. Ore dictionary is not a solution for this oredict was designed for moders to bridge materials between different mods such as ic2 or thermal expansion, but there are also mods like UniDict that uses oredict to locate one type of ore from different mods and limits it to one type for example mining different copper ore from different mods will result in dropping only one copper ore from specific mod, this prevents you from having 5 different ore ingots and have one type used for 5 different mods
  2. Wood, log, dye, leafs etc have they own metadata "I think it was metadata but anyways" this allows you to assign your block to specific type for example assigning it to leafs will result in having leafs behavior "dropping apples, decay etc" I suggest you to use research this but be aware that this requires some coding skills tho