📖 About:

Leave My Bars Alone makes some convenient changes to the in-game hud while riding a mob (horse, llama, pig, and strider in vanilla).

  • Your food bar is always shown, the mob's hearts are simply shifted upwards
  • The jump bar only appears when it's charged, otherwise your experience bar is shown.

And what makes this mod especially great? There's built-in support for other hud mods, such as AppleSkin by squeek502, and Raised by yurisuika.

📷 Media:

Food and experience bars are always show when riding    The jump bar only shows up when actually jumping
Works great with a bunch of other hud mods    Enjoying a ride with all bars intact

💡 FAQ:

Q: How do I configure this mod?
A: Mods can have three different kinds of configs depending on the kind of settings they provide: Client, Common, and Server.

Client and Common configs are found in /.minecraft/config/, named as <modId>-client.toml and <modId>-common.toml, respectively.

Server configs though are applied per world, therefore you'll find those in /.minecraft/saves/<world>/serverconfig/<modId>-server.toml for local singeplayer worlds, and in /<world>/serverconfig/<modId>-server.toml for you Minecraft server. Changes made to a server config only apply to that one world. Setting default values in server configs for all newly created worlds is possible by copying the modified server config to /.minecraft/defaultconfigs/.

In a local singleplayer world you can quickly find config files by running the /config showfile <modid> command and by choosing CLIENT, COMMON or SERVER. Then click the file name (ending with .toml) that appears in chat to open the file in a text editor. After saving the file, the config will automatically reload in-game after a couple of seconds, so no game restart required.

On some mod loaders editing configs is also supported in-game via the Mods menu option. On some Minecraft versions you can also install my Config Menus for Forge mod for editing configs directly in-game.

🏆 Credits:

Developing Leave My Bars Alone was helped and inspired by: