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Minecraft Bibliography

Greetings! I have finally managed to finish the update to Minecraft v1.11.2 with BiblioCraft version 2.3.0. I also went through github and fixed many bugs and dupe issues that have come up, including some issues that go back to the version for 1.7.10. So I went ahead and fixed a bunch of bugs in the version for 1.7.10, which is now updated to BiblioCraft v1.11.6. I also fixed a large number of bugs in the versions for Minecraft 1.9.4 and 1.10.2 which worked into the 1.11.2 update as that went along. So we have a total of 4 new versions of BiblioCraft across 4 versions of Minecraft.

The update to 1.11.2 was a lot more major than I ever anticipated. Some of the changes were only back-end changes that shouldn’t really effect users, but as a developer I think will make my life easier in the future. Even though I complained to myself the entire time about how much work the changes were, I can definitely see the benefit. Hopefully the update to Minecraft 1.12.x will be a little less painful.

Whats next? I have a feature update I am planning to work on sometime this summer, but I will likley wait on Minecraft v1.12.x to see what has to be done there. That seems like it should be just around the corner. With BiblioCraft up to date now and the update coming up before summer, I should be able to update BiblioCraft to the new version of Minecraft soon after forge releases an update for minecraft 1.12. At least, that is the plan. Also, I know the forums on this website have become overrun with spam and that is another issue I plan to try to address this summer. Apologies for the mess in the meantime.

Head on over to the Downloads page to grab the newest version of BiblioCraft for your desired version of Minecraft. I’ve also uploaded all four releases to CurseForge, so you should be able to head over there and grab a copy as well. If you have any comments, questions, or issues, feel free to leave a response here on the website, post on the official minecraft forum, or create an issue on Github. As always, Enjoy!

BiblioCraft Mod 1.12.2/1.11.2 is a storage and organizational mod that began as a single bookcase and has expanded to so much more. It adds a number of useful blocks, that are aesthetically pleasing and are used to display items and equipment. Most of these blocks allow quick and easy access to the items displayed on them, providing an excellent way for using them, while simultaneously freeing up storage space, when they are not needed any more.

Features:

Blocks

  • Bookcase – Build a magnificent library, filled with words and signs, that no one understands.
  • Armor Stand – Equip and unequip armor sets when coming or leaving home in a simple way.
  • Display Case – Put those rare artifacts on display.
  • Potion Shelf – Finally a place to put all my pois… err healing potions!
  • Tool Rack – Four spots for easy tool storage, show off those tool and grab them just when needed.
  • Shelf – Decorate the rooms with this shelf and display souvenirs for everyone else to see.
  • Wood Label – A better solution to naming containers compared to the sign.
  • Desk – Becoming the next J. K. Rowling couldn’t be simpler. Type the next best-selling novel in this desk, sign it, and soon enough, words will spread…
  • Typesetting Table – …but those words can be spread faster with the help of this table. Share the saved books with friends via copying folder and passing it around…
  • Printing Press – … but sharing could also be done with this ingenious contraption, which will speed up the distribution via copying signed (or enchanted) books.
  • Wooden Table – Finally a place to put your cup of Coffee before it cools down.
  • Seat – After all these years finally somewhere to sit down and relax in minecraft, no more sitting on the stairs. Customise it with Seat Backs as well.
  • Dinner Plate – No more eating out of chests or the floor, add a touch of class to your eating experience.
  • Fancy Lantern – Show the neighbours that their torches on the front yard are a relic of the previous era!
  • Fancy Lamp – No more torch pollution in the home, upgrade to one of the 3 different models of light-emitting lamps!
  • Cookie Jar – Disguised anti-theft contraption. Don’t get caught with your hand in it!
  • Disc Rack – Show off your record collection or those fine dinner plates.
  • Map Frame – For the aspiring cartographer, display your maps and more.
  • Desk Bell – “Ding Ding”

Items

  • Tape Measure – How far was it again? 57? 58? No longer is manual labour required for measuring!
  • Reading Glasses – Seeing in to the tiny world of hidden mod information.
  • Tinted Glasses – Costumization cannot be forgotten!
  • Monocle – Become a true Gentleman.
  • Print Press Chase – Used with Typesetting Table.
  • Print Press Plate – Created with Typesetting Table, use in the Printing Press to copy books.
  • Enchanted Plate – Created with Typesetting Table, use in the Printing Press to copy enchanted books.
  • Drafting Compass – Mark those important places on the map.
  • Waypoint Compass – Old school GPS, tell it where you want to go and it’ll point you in the right direction.
  • Redstone Book – Used with Bookcase. Create that hidden entrance you always wanted.
  • Clipboard – Never forget the daily chores with this handy check-list book.
  • Screw Gun – Tighten up the table cloths before wind takes them away.
  • Lock and Key – Prevent eavesdropping inside containers! Creative Only
  • Atlas – A book which can be used as a Journey Map and can have waypoints. Can hold many maps so when the player walks off the map, the player walks onto the next one.

Screenshots:

Crafting Recipes:

Stockroom Catalog

Framed Chest

Framing Board

Framing Sheet

Framing Saw

Plumb Line

Eternal Compass

Atlas

Painting canvas

Hand Drill

Requires:

Minecraft Forge

How to install:

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

BiblioCraft Mod 1.12.2/1.11.2 Download Links:

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