1.2 Custom Recipe
The recipe properties are located in the file recipes.txt. Each line in the file defines an individual recipe, which affects the resources and layout needed to craft a Lucky Block in a crafting table. Leaving this file empty will result in no possible way of crafting a Lucky Block.
Shaped recipes require the items in the crafting table to be placed in a specific pattern. When configuring these recipes the first 3 comma separated groups of letters represent the items in the crafting table, each group representing a left to right row. Each row is listed from top to bottom. Also note that it is possible to only use 2 rows and 2 columns, resulting in a recipe that can be crafted on a 2x2 grid.
The letters used do not matter, as their values are specified in the next section. Each letter and its value are listed, separated by commas. The values are standard Minecraft block and item IDs. It is possible to use a colon and number after the ID to specify a damage value. Spaces will represent empty slots in the crafting table.
This is the default Lucky Block recipe, which uses a dropper placed in the center of the crafting table, and gold ingots placed around it in every other space to craft a Lucky Block.
Shapeless recipes allow the items in the crafting table to be placed in any order. These recipes can be configured by providing a comma-separated list of all the required items for the recipe. The values in the list are standard Minecraft block and item IDs, and also support damage if followed by a number and colon.
The recipe above will require a gold ingot, diamond, emerald and enchanted golden apple to be placed in the crafting table, in any order, to craft a Lucky Block. Note that the golden apple needs to be enchanted as a damage value of 1 was specified.
d d, e ,d d,d,diamond,e,emerald
In this shaped recipe example, 4 diamonds are needed in the corners and 1 emerald in the center to craft the Lucky Block. Note the use of spaces to represent empty slots.
In this shaped recipe example, a dropper needs to be placed in the center and yellow dye every other space to craft a Lucky Block. Note the use of a colon to specify the damage value of the dye (11 is yellow).
In this shaped recipe example, 2 iron ingots need to be placed above two diamonds in a 2x2 square to craft the Lucky Block. Note the use of only 4 items, allowing this recipe will work in the inventory crafting area.
In this shapeless recipe example, 2 gold ingots and one emerald will need to be placed in the crafting table, in any order, to craft a Lucky Block.Back Forward
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