It adds a self-written full-screen map to the Minecraft client, which can be linked with Xaero’s small map to produce better results. It belongs to an independent module. This module is also provided to players separately to make Xaero’s small map as small and light as possible.
suitable for single, multi-person and field.
Automatically cached world map: different servers and worlds are stored separately.
Human-computer interaction interface: default “m” key to open the world map. Simulate Google Maps, use the mouse to move the map and use the mouse wheel to zoom in/out the map.
Resource bundles support, Changes resource bundles will cause the entire world map to be regenerated.
100% support material package: after the client changes the material package, all the materials in the map will be replaced, not only the newly generated parts after the material is replaced.
Automatic MultiWorld/Lilypadded server support, Minecraft domain support (also supporting multi-world) and cave size support (similar to underground).
Vanilla map mode: Changes Texture package will update the map of the whole world, not just new blocks, making the map look like a Vanilla paper map.
The “footprint” function can display the footprints you have walked recently, as well as a humanized map of hell.
Players can open the waypoint menu on the map by clicking the icon in the lower right corner of the map screen. In the “Segmentation Points” menu, you can see a list of all map segmentation points in the rendering set, and use the mouse cursor to interact with them. The menu also allows you to switch the visibility of disabled waypoints, switch rendering all sets, Changes the current waypoint set, and so on.
Linkage with Xaero’s mini map: the mini map will directly load the saved blocks of the world map, and the world map will display the path points Marker using the mini map. It can also work with Better PVP modules.
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!