Topic category: User side tutorials
Yes! It's finally possible and here's a guide on how! This is a guide on how to make a CONFIG, not a guide on Goldorion's file plugin. I'm assuming you already know the basics the self explanatory blocks in the procedure (file tab) say.
Now without further ado...
First get Goldorion's file creator plugin: (https://mcreator.net/forum/64639/file-creator-plugin?page=2%2C0)
Or if you know java, it's just some simple write to file lines
Next, you should start with the creation of a file variable block obviously as if you don't have it in a procedure the file object won't exist. When it asks for directory, here comes the cool part.
We're going to concatenate two strings. First, grab the "get the game directory" string block from the "File Manager" procedure tab. Next, grab any empty string block (you can find them in the "text" procedure tab). Then, get a "create text with" block from the "text" procedure tab and then first put in the "get game directory" block then add below it "\config". Be sure that you're creating the file (check the box).
Run the game. You should find that your config is in your mcreator workspace directory! (To get here, go to your mcreator project and the minecraft simulated environment is in the "run" folder)
From here, you can input your own values and variables into the config (like if a mob spawns). That part is up to you to do.