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How to tell the difference between rocks without ID's

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Have you looked at a rock using the debugger on the client?

You can view all the info about it, and then figure out a unique identifier that will distinguish rocks without needing any id.

You are on the right track you just need to figure out how to use it.

Try finding it in your IDE. 

 

I believe in you tom tom.

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Have you looked at a rock using the debugger on the client?

You can view all the info about it, and then figure out a unique identifier that will distinguish rocks without needing any id.

You are on the right track you just need to figure out how to use it.

Try finding it in your IDE. 

 

I believe in you tom tom.

 

I code in notepad bro i need spoon feeding. I can see the modified colors with the entity debugger, but now im stuck and cbf flicking through shit

 

 

fuk dont tell me its 

obj.getDefinition().getModifiedModelColors()
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I code in notepad bro i need spoon feeding. I can see the modified colors with the entity debugger, but now im stuck and cbf flicking through shit

 

 

fuk dont tell me its 

obj.getDefinition().getModifiedModelColors()

 

 

Idk, you are looking for modified colors, and that says getModifiedColors()

 

What do you think? :doge:

 

You could always add a print statement and see if they match up with the debug values. Then you will know if that is what you want. :p

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