Java JVM used by Gradle ran out of available RAM!

Issue description

I am using MCreator 2020.2, I am getting this error. I have 624mbs min ram and 8196mbs max RAM. I wasn't getting this error earlier... I have 16gbs of available ram on my computer and I'm running the 64-bit version of the program and my CPU and Windows 10 versions are both 64-bit. I tried deleting the .gradle folder for the second time because I want dimensions and entities to actually work in my mod. I'm trying to run the 1.12.2 version of the mod creator and then getting the 1.14.4 version workspaces set up. I didn't get this error the first time I deleted the .gradle folder, the first time it all installed and downloaded and had enough memory to do it. It didn't solve my previous problem, but it does state that there is no reason for this not work (Nothing caused by me anyway). I've opened so many issues for this and I seem to be the only person having these issues... Do you suggest that I just delete all of MCreator's files and redo everything about MCreator? I would appreciate a different solution because I don't have unlimited internet, so any way of avoiding deleting MCreator as a whole would be absolutely appreciated.

Issue comments

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When possible, attach your MCreator workspace (or even better a minimal example workspace required to reproduce the bug), game crash logs (full logs, do not crop them, in text format, not screenshots of logs) from the Console tab or terminal and steps to reproduce the bug in your workspace. Please specify which mod elements to check in your workspace too, if applicable.

I managed to get my RAM working, I needed up deleting everything MCreator and installing the program via installer instead of the zip file. But now, both dimensions and entities don't seem to work. Entities work when I don't have any custom parameters in the blockly editor. Dimensions just don't work at all. I'll send the information you need when I can. 

i had the same problem but i did the minimum ram to 500 and maximum to 1000 btw thanks for this submitts i did it because of you 

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