This section is part of the Bibliocraft & Add-ons mod by Nuchaz.
Map Frames (Bibliocraft)Edit
The Map Frame is an alternative to Item Frames in vanilla Minecraft, and enables the player to create seamless large maps on a solid surface by displaying individual Maps in side-by-side Map Frames.
Map Frames can be placed on floors, walls, or ceilings. Once placed inside a Map Frame, the Map can be rotated by sneak+clicking with an empty hand. Maps can be removed from the Map Frame by right-clicking on it while holding the Screw Gun.
Map Frames allow Waypoints to be added to vanilla Maps using the Drafting Compass. Simply right-click on a Map inside a Map Frame to add a Waypoint to the Map. This will open a GUI that allows you to name your Waypoint and select the pin color.
Once added, the Waypoint can be changed or removed by right-clicking on the Waypoint Pin again with the Drafting Compass.
Right-clicking on a Waypoint Pin with an empty hand (or any item other than a compass) will list the name and coordinates of the Waypoint as message in the chat box.
Once a Waypoint is created, the player can use a Waypoint Compass to lead them directly to the Waypoint's position in the world. There are 2 ways to set a destination for a Waypoint Compass to point to.
- Right-clicking on a Waypoint pin on a Map will save the Waypoint's coordinates to the Waypoint Compass. Once the coordinates are set, right-clicking on an empty block with the Waypoint Compass will display the destination coordinates as a message in the chat box.
- Sneak+right-clicking with the Waypoint Compass will open a GUI that allows the player to enter destination coordinates manually. Upon hitting 'Accept' the destination will be saved and the Waypoint Compass will direct the player towards it.
|Item Name||Crafting Recipe||Ingredients|
Wood Slab x1
Iron Ingot x3
Gold Ingot x4