Giselbaer's Durability Viewer
Rift Users: you can configure settings now by going to Options/Resource Packs, hover the mouse over the mod image, and click the book that appears.
1.13.2 Beta 5 Info: Beta 4 was a major messup, sorry about that. Please switch to Beta 5. The dependency on malilib is removed, and so is the /configdurabilityviewer command as you can use the book in Options/Resource packs now.
1.13.2 Beta 2 Info: You can configure the hotkey from the standard Controls GUI now. The rest of the changelog and installation instruction from 1.13.2 Beta 1 is still valid.
1.13.2 Beta 1 Info: Please read the changelog at https://minecraft.curseforge.com/projects/giselbaers-durability-viewer/files/2652375 - in a nutshell, you need Rift, malib, and durabilityviewer, and there's a command /configdurabilityviewer to open config options.
This is another mod that shows your item durabilities as I couldn't find one that had everything I wanted.
Differences to other similar mods are:
- Show item durability numbers in color (green/white/yellow/red) depending on items state
- Items that are at almost 100% show damage, not durability. For example, your diamond pick that was used 5 times will show -5, not 1556. Great when you're using the mending enchantment to fix your stuff and don't know the exact number you want to reach
- Also show number of empty inventory slots; know at a glance if you can continue mining or should return to your chest
- Shows the amount of time for your buffs to run out so you don't have to press E to check whether that water breathing potion lasts for another minute (can be turned off in options)
- Play a warning sound when your item is about to break; stop losing your Efficiency V pick to not looking at the GUI. The warning will play when your item is at less than 10% AND less than 100 - since 1.4, these values can be configured.
- (Since 1.4) Set your window title to "<Username> on <Server>" so if you have more than one instance of MC open you can alt-tab to the one you're looking for easily. Can be turned off in options.
Durability Viewer was the first mod I ever made, and the fact that 61352151511 made the source code for his Durability Show (https://minecraft.curseforge.com/projects/durability-show) available on GitHub helped a lot. Thank you very much!
To make sure the mod doesn't slow down your minecraft, it has been optimized using jprofiler (https://www.ej-technologies.com/products/jprofiler/overview.html).