Frequently Asked Questions

See the new Permissions Overview for information on how my mods can be used and redistributed.

Feel free to post ideas on Discord or in GitHub discussions. Once an idea has been fleshed out, it can be submitted as a feature request on the issue tracker.

Please do not send me mod ideas or feature requests via DM.

I do not accept commissions from users or content creators (e.g. YouTubers).

If you are a business with a use-case involving Minecraft, feel free to reach out at [email protected].

Generally, I always target the latest version of Minecraft. I also provide long-term-support (LTS) for the latest minor release of the previous major version.

The current LTS version is 1.19.2. This is an exception to the rule, as 1.19.2 marks the last version before Mojang’s recent version policy change. I additionally backport to 1.20.1 and 1.18.2 on rare exceptions.

There currently is a backlog of mods still waiting to be ported to newer Minecraft versions, and there is no ETA on when that will happen. Mods that I no longer plan to update will have “Discontinued” in their title.

The configuration files for my mods can be found in the config folder of your Minecraft instance. I do not use Forge’s world configs, instead, server-side configs are included in the normal -common.toml file.

To edit configurations ingame, you can install Configured on Forge, or Mod Menu and Cloth Config on Fabric.

When editing config files for Forge at runtime, do not use Notepad++, as it currently leads to issues with Forge’s config reloading and is likely to corrupt your config file.

If you would like to support the continued development of my mods, I currently offer the following ways to do so:

If your question is related to a specific mod, check the information on the mod’s page.

If that still does not answer your question, you have the following options:

  • If you are getting a crash or a bug, report it to the mod’s GitHub repository (Submit Issues & Feedback link on mod page).
  • If you need support in general or have a short question needing a simple answer, you can use the #help or #support channel in our Discord.