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Add ore dictionary support to all recipes #517

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@SquidDev SquidDev commented Feb 4, 2018

This allows people to use alternative items, such as Quark chests or dyed glass panes, in recipes instead of the "standard" one. The former is especially useful as Quark makes it much harder to acquire a "standard" chest.

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@thatcraniumguy thatcraniumguy commented May 23, 2018

Can one of the admins verify this patch?

It's possible to acquire any mob head in vanilla, so it's probably best
if we allow any head to be used.
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"type": "minecraft:crafting_shapeless",
"ingredients": [
{ "item": "minecraft:skull", "data": 1 },
{ "item": "minecraft:skull", "data": 32767 },

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KnightMiner Jun 2, 2018

The wildcard metadata is deprecated by Mojang, it will no longer work in 1.13 and does not show properly in the recipe book in 1.12. Mojang replaced all uses of it with a list of ingredients. Since its reused, make that list of skulls a constant

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SquidDev Jun 2, 2018
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Ahhh, thanks. I've used it without problem with JEI, but forgot to test the recipe book.

Out of interest, what's the recommended way of dealing with items like wool, where there's no corresponding ore-dict entry? Obviously in 1.13 we can use item tags, but it also seems a little sub-optimal to list all 16 variants.

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KnightMiner Jun 2, 2018

Yeah, all recipes that use all 16 variants of wool in 1.12 listed all 16 variants. You could also just add your own oredict entry to the vanilla items to supplement until tags are added in 1.13, as I'm sure other mods add their own wools too for the oredict

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Add ore dictionary support to all recipes
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