Guidebook Mod 1.16.5/1.15.2/1.12.2 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 Guidebook Mod, they instantly downloaded and experienced Minecraft with Guidebook Mod 1.16.5/1.15.2/1.12.2.
Guidebook Mod is one of the API and Library Categories alongside Adventure and RPG, Map and Information in Minecraft Mod, and creates on 30 Jui 2015. This mod is designed and developed by MrTJP.
WARNING: The 1.15.2 release has a known issue. I did my best to make it work from the mod side, but it will require fixing from Forge’s end, as there’s nothing else I can do.
NOTICE: The 1.14.4 port depends on the new model loading system which hasn’t been merged yet. If it ever gets merged, I’ll release soon after. If not, you’ll have to move straight to 1.15.2.
What is Guidebook?
Guidebook is a library/mod that adds customizable books.
You can add books through mods, resource packs, or using the configuration folder.
If you used the mod for your mod’s documentation or a modpack / adventure map, and want it mentioned here, feel free to tell me and I’ll be glad to check it out!
How to create and add books
Visit the wiki pages for detailed explanation about the XML file structure and where to place the files.
- XML-based book files
- Includes support for alternative localized books
- Book-style hierarchy inspired by HTML but adapted for Minecraft’s content
- book > chapters > sections > paragraphs > spans
- supports formatted text, images and item stacks
- Automatic flow layout of text and images inside paragraphs (inline style only)
- Automatic pagination of sections
- Element conditions: hide chapters, sections or paragraphs based on mod presence or Game Stages
- Template system: allows reusing common book structures
- Recipe support: allows displaying recipes by output item or recipe name
- Hyperlinks: navigate within the book, open web URLs, or copy text to the clipboard.
From most likely to most crazy:
- Server-provided book content.
- The ability to bind links to commandblock commands.
- The ability to listen for link clicks, and handle them from other mods.
- In-book search and index.
- Quest-tracking features and achievement display.
- Page-flip animation.
Feel free to suggest more features!
Can I use this in <X>?
Yes. Unless <X>’s license is incompatible with this mod’s, which is unlikely.
How to install Guidebook 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 Guidebook Mod 1.15.2/1.14.4/1.12.2 you have already downloaded (.jar) into Mods directory.
When you start using Minecraft, open the mod button, you will realize that Guidebook Mod 1.15.2/1.14.4/1.12.2 has been set up.