StartingInventory [Forge] Mod 1.8/1.7.10/1.6.4

StartingInventory [Forge] Mod 1.8/1.7.10/1.6.4 adds items and blocks that are easy to use. It gives them to you when you embark on exploring a new world.

StartingInventory

How to control StartingInventory

You can start to utilize items and blocks by editing a .txt file or by using the handy commands.

How to configure

For the items that you work with.

The Easy Method:

Start a new world in creative mode

Utilizing the Creative Inventory (or NEI) drops something that you’d like into the player’s inventory. The mod only supports the 36 main inventory slots. It will skip the armor slots.

When you have populated the inventory with the items you love, close inventory and deploy a command. The command is /startinginv save.

You will get a message verifying that your objects have appeared in the config file.

To test if the system saves your file properly, please remove your inventory and carry out a command! The command is /startinginv load.

The stuff you have kept by launching the first command will exist in your store.

Remember that the second command will delete your inventory before adding the configured things!

The Older/Harder Way:

It’s possible to add items in 3 methods within StartingInventory as follows:

Deploying the id only:

Minecraft:apple = a single apple.

Selecting the id and the quantity, separating with a ‘,’: 4,128 = 1 stack of cobblestone. The code that throws items into a chest will cut it to the max stack size.

Controlling the id, the quantity, and the damage value; 351, 10, 4 = 10 lapis-lazuli dyes.

You can draw on more lines for more items:

1. 20

257 = 20 stone blocks and 1 iron pickaxe

It accepts IDs for mod items and blocks.

StartingInventory is a server utility mod. It helps you handle storage issues.

Requires

  • Minecraft Forge

Screenshots

How to install StartingInventory Mod

  • You have already installed Minecraft Forge.
  • Locate the Minecraft application folder.
  • On windows open Run from the start menu > type %appdata% > click Run.
  • On mac open finder, hold down ALT > click Go then Library in the top menu bar.
  • Open the folder Application Support > look for Minecraft.
  • Place the mod you have just StartingInventory Mod downloaded (.jar file) into the Mods folder.
  • When you launch Minecraft and click the mods button you should now see the  is installed.

StartingInventory Mod Download Links

For Minecraft: 1.8
For Minecraft: 1.7.10
For Minecraft: 1.6.4
Developer:
bspkrs