In reply to axolotl_user:
Check for an event
In reply to TheKrazyKrow:
Most of the time, you can know which end it's on by it's function, otherwise, just ask, or figure it out. While a responsible mod author will specify if a mod is for a specific end, most simply don't care, or haven't tested it on a specific end.
In reply to angryminion174:
There are several ways to get started, you can either install forge/fabric manually, and add mods to the mods folder, or you can install a launcher and play pre-made modpacks.
Here are a few rules to always follow:
- Never download mods from anywhere outside curse, the only exception from this rule is optifine.
- Don't send server logs to people you don't know, crash reports are fine, as they don't contain sensitive information
I personally recommend downloading the curse app and getting mods and modpacks from there, as their moderation team ensures no viruses or malicious content, especially so if the user is a child.
In reply to ColtRuger:
Why have you allocated 14 Gigs of RAM? Unless a pack recommends that much, that is way too much, java will use what you give it, so if you give it 20 gigs, it's gonna use 20 gigs, it's like a glass of water, too much and it just overflows, too little and it's not enough. Try allocating less RAM, start with 6, and go up from there if needed.
In reply to kopyaci_kediYT:
Paint, paint.net, photoshop, literally any image editing software
My personal favorite type of modpack is skyblock, I like the idea of building up from nothing, but it's hard to find good new ones, anyone have any suggestions? Preferably for 1.12.2.
My favorite skyblock genre pack so far is Stoneblock 2, so anything similar to it would be appreciated!
(I am not asking for your opinion on anything, if you have something negative to say, say it somewhere else)
In reply to raiderpro_128:
You put the .jar file in the mods section of the game directory