It's the little things that make all the difference, the finishing touches to your modpack.
itlt allows you to change the window title as well as its icon.
With HiDPI and multi-size ICO and ICNS icon file support, your modpack's icon can look crisp at any screen resolution and size. When an exact size isn't available, the closest one is resized and used automatically. There's also PNG support if you prefer.
In terms of changing the window title, there's support for dynamic titles that can optionally include the Minecraft version, modpack version, etc... This aids troubleshooting as well as allowing for using launcher integeration and static titles simultaneously - for instance, updating your pack's MC version can have it reflect in your window title on its own without needing to change the config.
Auto-detects your modpack's details on supported launchers and brands your modpack for you without having to configure anything. Works out-of-the-box.
User guides are tailored to the launcher being used to make things as easy as possible for your users.
Optionally show a screen on first launch that contains any text you want - be it the changelog, advice and tips or links to your pack's social media. The welcome screen supports scrolling, word-wrapping, colour codes, formatting (bold, italic, etc...) and even headings.
Warnings and requirements
Set recommended and minimum requirements for your modpack, respectively. It'll show helpful info to your players when the game starts if one isn't met.
You can now let people know when they haven't allocated enough RAM at launch with a helpful pop-up. Or if they're using the wrong Java version or architecture. Or if they're allocating waaaay too much RAM, or a combination of the above. These things can be set multiple times separately as warnings and requirements - where warnings are considered recommendations, requirements are considered "this modpack won't start or will crash if not met".
Using the launcher integration features, guides are tailored to the launcher your players are using, making it easier to find what settings to change to get your pack running.
Custom multiplayer server list
You can pre-install multiple server entries to the Multiplayer menu without overwriting or removing player-added ones when updating the modpack. You can also force the use of a server-provided resourcepack for specific preloaded server entries.
itlt is available for pretty much any Minecraft version you could want, although v2 is only available for Minecraft 1.13 and newer. There are no plans to backport v2 to older Minecraft versions at this time.
This mod is available for MC 1.19.x, 1.18.x, 1.17.1, 1.16.x, 1.15.x, 1.14.x, 1.13.2, 1.12.x, 1.11.x, 1.10.x, 1.9.x, 1.8.9, 1.8.8, 1.8.0, 1.7.x, 1.6.x, 1.5.x, 1.4.7, 1.4.6, 1.4.5, 1.4.4, 1.3.2 and 1.2.5.
Adds those small features you didn't know you needed.
Allow you to make the Modpack yell at people using 32 bit versions of java
Note: This is off by default in versions 1.0.2 and older.
Allows you to make Minecraft open to full a fullsize window instead of the normal small one.
Allows you to set the title of the Minecraft window.
Allows you to change the icon of Minecraft in the taskbar.
Itlt can also auto-detect these things if you are using the Technic Launcher without you having to configure anything. Works out of the box.
From version 0.0.6:
- Add a custom dedicated server to the server list.
Features to come:
This mod will never add any blocks or items to the game.
Feel free to use the mod.