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  1. Screenshot by 123DontMessWitMe A new lighting feature is planned for ClassiCube. With this new feature, called fancy lighting, bright blocks will cast a much wider range of light, allowing dark spaces in maps to be lit up. This new feature improves the builder's creative freedom and the player's experience by allowing a variety of light levels to be set throughout the map, much like Minecraft versions after Classic. This option will coexist with the current advanced lighting option, which is renamed to smooth lighting in the new branch. To try out the new feature, you'll use the ModernLighting branch. While you can build this version from source code yourself, there are built versions for Windows and Linux that can be downloaded from GitHub Actions using nightly.link, so here they are: https://nightly.link/ClassiCube/ClassiCube/workflows/build_windows/ModernLighting https://nightly.link/ClassiCube/ClassiCube/workflows/build_linux/ModernLighting Here's the source code for the ModernLighting branch of ClassiCube: https://github.com/ClassiCube/ClassiCube/tree/ModernLighting This branch may be updated frequently, so check back for a new version! You can see all of the changes on GitHub. I've also built a webclient version so more people can try it out. It's only singleplayer, and it is a bit finicky for me at least, but the new feature is all working: https://ctrl-c.club/~square/ I hope you find this new feature interesting!
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