Allows you to completely change the minecraft splash screen.
Provides many config options, so you can customize the loading screen to your liking.
Needs AutoConfig and Cloth Config to create the config.
Just look at the examples below:
a tip for anyone else having trouble making it do anything: you have to restart the game for changes to take effect, at least in my case
In reply to davthenub:
Yes, that's right. When you're changing anything related to the images, you'll have to restart the game. Unfortunately, there's no way around it, since I had to load the textures in a special way, so they are loaded before the game has even started.
crash on 21w13a, will there come a fix?
In reply to LufatZ:
I plan on updating my mods to the latest snapshots, once iris is compatible with them. I just can't play without shaders.
This one will be a bit tricky, however, since for some reason Mojang made the splash screen shader based in 21w10a.
Hello, I don't know how to use this, is there some kind of guide? Cause I just found this mod from a friend.
In reply to energyonex:
Yes, there are some examples provided in the wiki, by looking at them, you will quickly find out how this mod works. All configuration files can be found under .minecraft/config
In reply to Motschen:
I tried to merge the custom loading bar with the bossbar using photoshop (end result is the same dimensions as the example custom bar -- 400*10) but it becomes all glitchy when using any sort of layers despite exporting to a png. Is there a chance that using transparency will break the loading bar?
In reply to emkirsh:
That's strange... Normally it shouldn't have issues, as it gets loaded the same way as the other textures. Will look into it.
Thanks! If you want, I can send over the textures I made. Can you DM me on discord? emkirsh#3506 lol i'm dumb here's a google drive folder instead
Does this work with the optifine format?
In reply to TotallyNotThomasLIVE:
I originally planned on using the optifine format, but I decided against it, so no one gets a loading screen they don't even want, and also so I could make it as customizable as possible.
i downloaded the presets and what am i suppose to do with them
In reply to draven849:
Go to your .minecraft/config folder and copy the files from the zip into there. Be sure to replace the existing files in the folder.
The wiki in GitHub doesn't have the AOF background, can you put it in the wiki?
In reply to StevePlayzz_:
Sorry, I forgot to add it, it's now in the wiki :)
The colors are inconsistant. If I set the progress bar color to a hex value & then I edit the mojang logo to be the same hex color (used #ef323d) it's visually different and not the same color.
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