Polymorph Mod is equivalent to supporting higher MC versions of composite conflict elimination.
When the recipe being synthesized is used by multiple different synthesis tables, you can click the toggle button on the synthesis interface and select different finished products in the list that appears.
Polymorph is a mod that solves formula conflicts. It allows players to choose from Item of the same composition method.
When there are enough mods, recipe conflicts often occur. The responsibility to solve these problems usually falls on the user or mod developer, using Data pack or other tools to ensure that each recipe is unique.
Polymorph provides an alternative solution that allows all possible synthesis methods and firing Item formulations to coexist without considering conflicts.
when the raw material matches more than one recipe, a button will appear above the output slot. Press this button to display a list of results of all Item that will be synthesized, and select one that will change the output of the workbench. As long as there is no change in the raw materials, Polymorph will remember the last choice, so it can be repeated with only one choice.
when one input matches more than one output, a button appears above the output slot. Pressing this button will display a list of all results that will be fired, and the currently selected results will be highlighted with a green border. Selecting a result in the list will change the furnace output. This option will be saved to the block itself and continuously loaded and unloaded throughout the world Range.
as with others, when a valid input matches more than one output, a button appears above the output slot. After selection, the output will change to your selection.
to help identify potential conflicts, there is an instruction/polymorph conflicts that will try to identify conflicting recipes and output them to your log folder.
How To Install Minecraft Mod
- Press the key combination “Window+R” to Open the Run command window
- Insert “%appdata%” and then press “Enter” to open The “Roaming folder”
- You should see a folder named “.minecraft”. If you see a folder named “mods”, simply open it.
- If you don’t see any “mods” folder in “.minecraft” folder, don’t worry! You can just create a new folder and name it “mods”. Right-click in the folder, choose “New” -> “Folder”, rename the folder to “mods” and you are done!