This mod allows you to easly change your Skin and Cape stored on your pc (internet connection NOT required). The default ID for Closet Block is 215 but you can change it editing the “closetmod.properties” file in your “.minecraft” directory. This file will be created automatically once you start the game for the first time.

Closet Mod

This mod enables you to easly modification your skin layer and Cape kept on your computer (internet connection Not necessary).

The default ID for Closet Block is usually 215 but you can transform it editing the closetmod.properties file inside your .minecraft directory. This file will undoubtedly be created automatically as soon as you start the overall game for the very first time. It is possible to edit these attributes to traduce the GUI control keys in your vocabulary:

  • Language_Following (Default Next button content material)
  • Language_Back again (Default Back button articles)
  • Vocabulary_Capes (Default Capes key content)
  • Vocabulary_Skins (Default Skins switch content)
  • Vocabulary_NoCapeSelected (Default None key content)

Rename your skin layer e Cape documents, those are the brands that youll notice ingame.

Screenshots:

Skins GUI

Closet Mod

Capes GUI

Closet Mod

Tested recipes:

Closet Mod

Set up:

  • Download and install Minecraft Forge
  • Shift all the data files in ClosetMod.rar inside your Minecraft.jar archive.

Changelogs:

v2.2

  • Minecraft 1.5.2 Compatibility.
  • Small Fixes
  • Epidermis and Capes directory are usually transformed in mods/ClosetMod/Skins and mods/ClosetMod/Capes

For Minecraft 1.5.2

https://minecraft365.internet/download/Closet-Mod-1.5.2.rar

For Minecraft 1.5.1

https://minecraft365.internet/download/Closet-Mod-1.5.1.zip

Dokucraft GUI: https://minecraft365.internet/download/Closet-Mod-Dokucraft-GUI-1.5.1.zip


ABOUT THE AUTHOR

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Minecraft is a sandbox video game developed by Mojang Studios. The game was created by Markus "Notch" Persson in the Java programming language. Following several early private testing versions, it was first made public in May 2009 before fully releasing in November 2011, with Notch stepping down and Jens "Jeb" Bergensten taking over development.