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Step 1: Find a texture pack to use. I have a few you can choose from on my website [HERE] Step 2: Place the texture pack .zip file into the "texpacks" folder in the main folder where you extracted ClassiCube to. (Where the default.zip is) Step 3: In the client, go to the menu with the "ESC" key and click on "Change texture pack...". Step 4: Now click on the texture pack you want to use. DONE! Texture packs on servers using MCGalaxy use: Personal OS map: /os map texturepack Server or Level: /texture global/level
Have you ever wanted to get Discord Rich presence for ClassiCube? Well say no more! A fellow user has created an amazing plugin that's going to make it possible. prerequisites - a working internet connection (duh) - something like WinRAR, 7zip or whatever your OS comes with - a discord account and a classicube client - basic knowledge of how to navigate through your OS and the github website step one Find the plugin download for your OS here! If you can't be bothered to open the page, just click one of the following options to download it for your system: Linux, 64-bit Windows, 32-bit Windows, 64-bit to see if your system is 32-bit or 64-bit, do /client gpu in ClassiCube step two Once the file has finished downloading, open it and drag its contents into your ClassiCube folder. If you get a prompt saying that the folder 'plugins' already exists, just click on the merge option. step three Open Discord, hold down Ctrl and press , (the comma key). The settings should open. Navigate to "Game Activity" on the left side and click it. Make sure that the following switch is turned on. Once you're sure it's on, press Escape and move on to the next step step four Launch the game and join a server! If everything went well, then you should be able to join any server and have it show up in your status. If so, then congratulations, you've completed the tutorial and you now have Discord Rich Presence for ClassiCube servers! Here's how it should look like: This is my first tutorial, so please don't be too harsh. I hope I explained everything well, and I hope that at least one person learned something from it. If that's the case, then I'd be glad for helping out. Have a nice day! 🙂