Auto updating minecraft client

Screenshots: I'de be impressed if a 12 year old coded something efficiently, but as it stands, most young programmers are treating programming like an english document, as opposed to a math problem. I am not really that impressed with 12 year olds programming... Try before the internet, before it was popular, we would read books on how to do it...

But hey, I was probably guilty of some poor coding habits when I was younger too!

Best way to get the backup fully legal is just to create it by your own right after you downloaded the latest version: In the Minecraft Launcher, click "Options" and then click on the Path right behind "Game location on disk".

In the File Explorer, open "bin" and in which you will find

When you delete it, from the old version, it'll create a new one.

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It's recommend to create a subfolder which is named with the version which you are backing up, for example "1.2.5".

Usage • Configurable key ( by default) to open a GUI for changing individual settings. By default it detects the default Clear Lag message.

• Very simple to use, just cast the fishing rod into the water once, and it will automatically reel in at the correct time and recast after a couple second wait. • Many code changes Download Autofish 0.2.3 [1.5.2] • More code cleanup, especially in options file handling • Moved the options file to /mods/Autofish/, the old one can be deleted if you have it • The reel animation should now show for you when it casts (it always showed for everyone else, just not client side) • Minor performance tweaks Autofish 0.2.2 for 1.5.2 • Rod switching should work now • made it a little more accurate by tweaking current method • Added a nifty little feature that spawns some particles when it auto catches a fish (Client side), useful for knowing whether it was a recast or catch attempt, debugging, and just looking cool (configurable in GUI) Autofish 0.2.1 for 1.5.2 • Fixed the recaster, should work as expected now • Added ability to change the time between recasts, default 45 seconds (currently only from the options file, will be available from the GUI eventually) note: time is in in the file Autofish 0.2 for 1.5.2 • Added a settings GUI (the button will open the GUI rather than toggle autofish) to toggle individual settings much more easily Autofish 0.1.1 for 1.5.2 • Code cleanup • Added recaster - if you don't catch a fish within a minute or so, it will recast Autofish 0.1 for 1.5.2 • First release It's not reeling in any fish. Press V (by default) in game and ensure Enable Autofish is ticked • If in multiplayer, try the sound detection option.

Any player can log into a server with this plugin, even those without modded versions.

However, if they log onto a server with my plugin WITH the client mod, any plugin can create and send custom GUIs to the client.

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