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Hi! I'm glad you've found this far corner of the internet. Here you'll find an overview of all the mods I've created and uploaded on CurseForge. With now almost a decade of experience in modding and even more with Minecraft, I felt it was time to put some more effort into public projects. It started off with the Just Mob Heads mod, and quickly got out of hand.
With so many awesome mods and massive amounts of content already available, I wanted to do things a little bit differently. Instead of adding more and more features to a singular mod, I decided to make most of them minimalistically themed, by changing or adding a single feature. This way you can add a little bit extra to whatever collection you're playing without needing to extensively read a guide. The result can be seen below. I'm proud to share them all with you for free, and hope to be able to share many more in the future.
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Requires the library mod Collective.
This mod is part of The Vanilla Experience.
This is the server variant of the Beautified Chat mod. It is highly configurable and allows users to change the chat input server-wide. The mod variant you're currently looking at just needs the mod in the server mod list. It will make changes to the chat for all connected players without the need to have it on their clients. There is also a timestamp feature to know when messages were sent.
The client version is also available and is called Beautified Chat [Client].
Both the client and server mod are compatible with each other, server-side takes priority.
In default Minecraft, all chat is in the format:
The mod by default changes this to:
Timestamp | Username: Message
The default colours can be seen below in the example image. Both the format and the colour codes can be changed with ease via the config. If you don't want the timestamp, just remove it in the chatMessageFormat config option.
The default timestamp format is 24-hours. If you want AM/PM, just input in the timestampFormat config option "hh:mm a" instead of the default "HH:mm".
Configurable: ( how do I configure? )
chatMessageFormat (default = "%timestamp% | %username%: %chatmessage%"): Variables: %timestamp% = timestamp set in timestampFormat. %username% = the username of the player who sent the message. %username% = the username of who sent the message.
timestampFormat (default = "HH:mm"): Example time in formats: 5 seconds past 9 o' clock in the evening. *=Default. *(HH:mm) = 21:00, (HH:mm:ss) = 21:00:05, (hh:mm a) = 9:00 PM
The possible colour code values for the next 4 configs are:
0: black, 1: dark_blue, 2: dark_green, 3: dark_aqua, 4: dark_red, 5: dark_purple, 6: gold, 7: gray, 8: dark_gray, 9: blue, 10: green, 11: aqua, 12: red, 13: light_purple, 14: yellow, 15: white.
chatTimestampColour (default = 8, min 0, max 15): The colour of the timestamp in the chat message.
chatUsernameColour (default = 2, min 0, max 15): The colour of the username in the chat messsage.
chatMessageColour (default = 15, min 0, max 15): The colour of the chat message.
chatOtherSymbolsColour (default = 7, min 0, max 15): The colour of the other symbols from chatMessageFormat. So everything except the variables.
The default format ("%timestamp% | %username%: %chatmessage%"):
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To download all the .jar mod archives, you'll need the open-sourced downloader CMPDL by Franckyi. On this page, download the file 'cmpdl-2.x.x.jar' (the latest release) and open it.
A screenshot of the CMPDL program by Franckyi.
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