Topic category: Help with modding (Java Edition)
Hi, how can I make custom tree leaves decayable? I've follow a tutorial video about the topic on YouTube by Northwesttrees Gaming, and his method of using the /fill command of replacing the modid:modleaves with themselves works for a later version of MCreator (2020.3), but doesn't seem to work with 2020.2, which shows 'check_decay' and 'decayable' instead of the leaves having a value of being 'persistent' or not.
When trying the /fill & replace command, I get an error that '"replace" is not a state for block mymodid:modleaves' (in the actual command I did type the correct modid and custom leaves name).
The leaves 'check_decay' value is set to true, which I think is the correct setting, but 'decayable' is set to false and I can't figure out how to change it to true. Is there a command that will change that setting (blockstate or dataValue or whatever it is)?
I hope it's okay to ask for modding help about this. I checked the guidelines and couldn't find any restriction that it had to relate to the latest version of MCreator.