Minecraft Forge is a mod for both Pocket friendly and Mod Packages. You will need to have a server (or hosting account) to be able to install this mod. It is free, so there’s no need to worry about paying for it like many other mods. The mod also comes with a tutorial that shows you how to install the mod, but in the end, you will have the power to set up your own server and host your own content or even mod pack.
One of the most important config files in the game is called “Forge Ore”. This config file allows Forge to tell the world what type of ore is required to produce different blocks. It tells the server what tools to use and which kind of materials to get. It is used to generate the textures used to render the ore.
The Cloth config API uses the “cloth” texture as opposed to the glass texture for crafting. So for example, instead of using the glass dust, you just need to use the Cloth config to tell the server what type of ore block should be used. For example, gravel needs cloth, sand needs cloth and so on. There are several configs that can be configured per block. It is important to make sure that you know how to configure your settings so that they match the kind of ore that is being generated.
One of the most important configs in this mod is called “Botania Config”, which determines how many ores are generated by each biome. You can have as few as four ores generated by a single biome, but only if that biome only has one type of ore. This feature was originally implemented in the Vanilla WoW game but wasn’t ported to the Botania mod until 2021. As a result, some of the older versions of this mod are unsuitable for using the Botania API. This is a great config to use if you like variety and if you like generating different ores with different biomes.
The config for the Iron Ore Block tells the server what kind of iron ore is needed in order to craft an iron tool or iron ingot. The config is limited to only being able to tell what kind of iron is needed, but it gives a good place to start. You can also tell the server what kind of redstone ore is needed or what other kinds of ore are available. These are the basics of the config, and depending on your needs, you can modify it to do whatever you want.
If you are having troubles with the ore generator or you just want to change how the blocks are generated with the config, you can look into copying the config to another config. You will just need to copy the config code rather than the folder where the blocks are located. Then when you load up the new config, it will replace the existing blocks with the new ones. Make sure that you have the Forge version of the mod installed before copying the config, otherwise you will have issues copying it to the right blocks.