Expanded Equivalence Mod 1.12.2 is a mod for Minecraft that attract many players and the faithful of this game. Avid players make an effort to enhance their Minecraft sensation. When they realize the existence of Expanded Equivalence Mod, they instantly downloaded and experienced Minecraft with Expanded Equivalence Mod 1.12.2.
Expanded Equivalence Mod 1.12.2 is one of the Addons Categories alongside Thaumcraft, Thermal Expansion, Applied Energistics 2, Buildcraft in Minecraft Mod, and creates on Jun 16, 2020. This mod is designed and developed by Zeitheron.
Evolution’s Fusion Crafting, Avaritia’s extreme crafting, and others.
I was playing and streaming my modpack with ProjectE when I realised that lots of mods don’t support it. So I thought that bringing support for various mods would be good. I started to work on this project, but I found out that ProjectE custom EMC mappers are hardcoded thus I can’t add mine. I used ASM to fix that, and here we go… An addon that allows to add custom mappers. And then I started to implement suppport for different mods.
Though sometimes mods like AE2 don’t want to work with ProjectE. Let me explain… I add EMC mappers for stuff like manual grinder from AE2, but, for no obvious reason, it doesn’t work. Maybe I’m being a derp, idk.
You can always help me to bring more feautures to Expanded Equivalence. I want to support lots of diferent mods in the future, and if you’re a skilled coder, feel free to fork and modify my mod, I’m always open to ideas, and I try my best at responding to everyone!
Thank you for reading this large (relatively) wall of text, if you did! ^.w.^
Now, before any questions will arise, please read the following answers for some questions:
- Q: Why lots of Avaritia’s items still don’t have EMC?
- A: Infinity catalyst is near (or more than) a billion EMC, and you need quite a few of those, their sum by themselves would exceed integer limit (~2.1 B), or you are using old version of ProjectE and ExpandedEquivalence.
- Q: Why some other mod’s primal crafting items (ex. iron ingot) don’t have EMC when they sould?
- A: I may be a derp, and I skipped it. Please IM me about this and I’ll fix it for next version.
How to install Expanded Equivalence Mod:
Assure that you have already installed Minecraft Forge
Define the location of the Minecraft application folder.
On the windows, open Run from the Start Menu, write %appdata% and click to Run
Open Mac on the finder, press and hold Alt and click to Library on the peak of the Menu Bar. Open the Application Support directory and look for Minecraft.
Put Expanded Equivalence Mod 1.12.2 you have already downloaded (.jar) into Mods directory.
When you start using Minecraft, open the mod button, you will realize that Expanded Equivalence Mod 1.12.2 has been set up.