Topic category: Help with modding (Java Edition)
I'm trying to create new types of wood and I'm giving them the ability to be stripped. When I assign a procedure to right-click on the block, I can't place anything on the block anymore in-game. How do I fix this?
With the way I had everything set up, I was still able to shift-right-click my logs to place blocks on them.
I was not happy with what I had so I did some more messing around and tried to see if I could bind all axes to strip the logs. I could not find a way to make a procedure outside of my logs' right-click procedure to make vanilla axes strip my modded logs.
I ended up binding key "Y" for using tools for tasks such as stripping wood, tilling dirt, etc. There's no reason for which key I chose to bind, except for I think it hasn't been taken by the default key bindings. I don't think you can bind it to right-click (or use button) without it showing an error message in Minecraft's key bind settings. I'm still not too happy with this, but it's better than shift-right-clicking every time I want to place a block on my modded log.