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This release of Watson adds a visible cursor for the currently selected position or edit. It also draws a dashed line from the preceding edit to the current selection.

You can step the cursor through consecutive edits using configurable keys (default: Alt+SCROLL_UP and Alt+SCROLL_DOWN) and you can teleport to the cursor with another configurable key (default: Alt+MOUSE_LEFT).

A detailed description of the changes in this release is here.

This release is compatible with the most recent version of the Watson Macro/Keybind Support mod and has also been tested for compatibility with Forge, Schematica, Macro/Keybind, TabbyChat and Optifine.

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  1. If you require Minecraft Forge/FML support, then download the rec…
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This is a bug fix release for 0.12.0.130. It adds no new features, but fixes crashes loading files or clearing large number of edits.

A detailed description of the changes in this release is here.

This release has been tested for compatibility with Forge, Schematica, Macro/Keybind, TabbyChat and Optifine.

Installation

Installation procedure:

  1. If you require Minecraft Forge/FML support, then download the recommended Installer from http://files.minecraftforge.net and run that first.
  2. Download the LiteLoader 1.8.0 pre-release installer from the LiteLoader Jenkins build server and run it. If you have already installed Forge, then choose your Forge profile in the "Extend from" drop down list (probably something like 1.8-Forge11.14.1.1419). The…
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This release of Watson adds an in-game options GUI, a settings GUI covering some (but currently not all) Watson configuration settings and key bindings to show the in-game GUI and to do /w tp next, /w tp prev, /w pre and /w post.

The key binding mechanism accepts key combinations using Ctrl, Alt and Shift as modifiers of some key, similar to how the Macro/Keybind mod works. I must confess to being unaware that Macro/Keybind mod had already updated. I simply could not find the 1.8 download link for it. Now that I am aware of its existence, I will update the Watson Macro/Keybind Support mod SOON (TM). However, Watson can be productively used with the Macro/Keybind mod right now, except that Watson commands cannot be key bindings. The key b…

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This release of Watson is for the latest development builds of LiteLoader 1.8.0, using MCP 910.

The release addresses a bug and three issues:

  • Billboards for ore deposit labels were being drawn with an opaque background. If the background colour is set with a transparent alpha value, the label will now be drawn correctly again.
  • #43 - Ore deposits can now be numbered in strict chronological order, rather than grouping them by type. Use: "/w config time_ordered_deposits on".
  • #27 - Watson now understands dates in the following formats: yyyy-MM-dd (ISO 8601), yy-MM-dd, and MM-dd (the LogBlock default).
  • #11 - The default minimum length of vectors for them to be visible can be set once in the configuration, rather than only being able to be se…
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This release of Watson is for the latest development builds of LiteLoader 1.8.0, using MCP 910. It also addresses CoreProtect 2.11 compatibility. Both of these changes were contributed by @tompreuss in #46. Many thanks to him, yet again.

CoreProtect 2.11 drops support for numeric block identifiers. Watson works by scraping text out of chat, so in order to draw blocks correctly, it must be told very specifically what kind of block something is. Currently CoreProtect describes edits to wool, carpet, stained glass and clay without specifying what colour those blocks are, and consequently Watson arbitrarily picks a colour (white) for those edits. If this concerns you, have a chat to the CoreProtect devs about displaying more detailed informa…

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This release of Watson is for the development builds of LiteLoader 1.8.0. The release fixes some potential rendering issues. Thanks again to @GuntherDW for this patch.

If you administer a server that runs LogBlock, it is recommended that you install config/LogBlock/materials.yml into the plugins/LogBlock/ directory. That file provides better names for the new blocks and allows Watson to draw them better. However, Watson will still work if you don't do that.

If you run CoreProtect or Prism, there may be another release of Watson next weekend to fix any compatibility issues with those plugins (I won't have time to look at them until then).

A huge thank you goes to @GuntherDW for contributing his code which updates Watson for Minecraft 1.8 …

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This release of Watson is for the development builds of LiteLoader 1.8.0. The release adds correct colour and shape information for the new blocks in 1.8. It is otherwise identical to 0.9.0.108-mc1.8.0.

If you administer a server that runs LogBlock, it is recommended that you install config/LogBlock/materials.yml into the plugins/LogBlock/ directory. That file provides better names for the new blocks and allows Watson to draw them better. However, Watson will still work if you don't do that.

If you run CoreProtect or Prism, there may be another release of Watson next weekend to fix any compatibility issues with those plugins (I won't have time to look at them until then).

A huge thank you goes to @GuntherDW for contributing his code whic…

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This release updates Watson for the development builds of LiteLoader 1.8.0.

A huge thank you goes to @GuntherDW for contributing his code which updates Watson for Minecraft 1.8 and the corresponding LiteLoader. An equally huge thank you to @tompreuss for contributing in-game help to the "/w config" command (/w config help) and for implementing visualisation of LogBlock death records (try "/lb kills coords area 20").

This is a pre-release and has undergone minimal testing (by me) so far. It lacks definitions for new blocks added in Minecraft 1.8 and these will appear as magenta cubes. I will update to 0.9.1, with support for the new blocks, on the weekend.

Changes in this release are described here.

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This release updates Watson for LiteLoader 1.7.10.

It includes the new configuration settings, reformat_query_results and recolour_query_results, added in Watson 0.7.0 for LiteLoader 1.7.2.

The release is compatible with version 0.8.0 of the Watson Macro/Keybind Support mod.

Changes in this release are described here.

Installation

Installation procedure:

  1. If you require Minecraft Forge/FML support, then download the recommended Installer from http://files.minecraftforge.net and run that first.
  2. Download the LiteLoader 1.7.10 installer from the Minecraft Forums thread and run it. If you have already installed Forge, then choose your Forge profile in the "Extend from" drop down list (probably something like 1.7.10-Forge10.13.0.1180).
  3. Make a…
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This release addresses issue 35.

Two new configuration settings, reformat_query_results and recolour_query_results, were added to enable or disable reformatting and colour coding of LogBlock query results.

The release stays compatible with version 0.6.0 of the Watson Macro/Keybind Support mod.

Changes in this release are described here.

Installation

Installation procedure:

  1. If you require Minecraft Forge/FML support, then download the recommended Installer from http://files.minecraftforge.net and run that first.
  2. Download the LiteLoader 1.7.2 installer from the Minecraft Forums thread and run it. If you have already installed Forge, then select the option to "Chain to Minecraft Forge".
  3. Make a .minecraft/mods/1.7.2/ folder, where .minecraf…