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Bloodlust

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  1. If I don't specify a biome type to test, will it automatically attempt to fix all biome types? Or does it do that regardless whether or not I specify a biome type? Thanks for this fixer!
  2. I have a different problem... I love the tool, but not the tiny specs of burnt forest and wasteland. I have tried to hand paint the biomes to my liking in Photoshop CS5 using the hex biome colors out of the biomes.xml file, but every time I do that, I get unknown biome color errors when generating the map to play on my server. Anybody have any suggestions?
  3. I got that too, but once I dropped the biome sizes in the config file down from 0.24 to 0.12, it generated the map.
  4. you're welcome - - - Updated - - - You're welcome!
  5. The easiest way I've found is to create a "dummy world" using whatever seed and game name you want. Once it's done, delete everything out of the "dummy world" folder that was created, then replace it with your Nitrogen world files and restart the server using the seed and game name you used to create the "dummy world". It will then look in that folder and start the game with your NitroGen map of choice.
  6. Any way to include a seed name output or something that will work for dedicated servers? I've tried following the instructions on page 1, but it just doesn't work for me. I don't know if it is something to do with gameservers.com or what...
  7. ok noob question... If I generate a random world using the Random Gen previewer in the Editing Tools section of the game, and say I type in "MyRandomWorld" as the seed, it may generate a world named "South Pixidu Valley", and if I put "MyRandomWorld" as the seed name in my serverconfig.xml then I will use the "South Pixidu Valley" map that was generated in the Editing Tools. So.... where do I find whatever the seed name is to generate worlds using NitroGen so that I can put it in my serverconfig.xml and use that map on my dedicated server?
  8. It works now. I had to install the 64 bit version of Java. Thanks for the tool!
  9. I'm pretty sure I have everything setup correctly, but I'm only getting these errors. Thanks for the help in advance.
  10. Just using default settings, have latest Java installed jre1.8.0_211 All that happens is this: running generation thread ... running terrain generation ... Then just sticks there.
  11. Ok I'm seeing file dates from 10 & 13 Apr 2019 in the zip, but the readme says v0.121. That's what threw me off. Thanks!
  12. I can only find NitroGen (v0.121 alpha) download. Where can I get the latest version? Thanks.
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