JourneyMap 3.0.0 for Minecraft 1.6.4
(November 29, 2013)
Using an older version of Minecraft? Check the archived releases page instead.
- 3.0.0 works with Forge (recommended) or ModLoader. For detailed instructions on how to install either one, see the installation instructions in the Knowledgebase.
- In-game UI and Web UI completely re-written to be much faster, zoom out further, and have no texture distortions.
- Cave/Indoor mapping now shows large bodies of water at the same depth and a dimmed view of “outside” surface at the same elevation
- The icons for other players are now their Minecraft skin (no longer a generic Steve face)
- Chat is now visible when the In-game Map is open
- New feature for single-player: “Auto-Map” the entire world at your current elevation
- When “Show Caves” is turned off, surface mapping will be done instead of cave mapping when player is underground
- Saved map files now show the chunk grid (if enabled)
- Save Map (both In-game or Web UI) now opens the image using the system’s default viewer for PNG images when complete
- Added support for multiple resource packs at the same time
- Added support for custom blocks, biomes, and dimensions
- Major reductions in how often image files are written to disk.
- Chunk change detection is used to vastly reduce mapping overhead.
- In-game Map UI now honors the user keybinding for: Forward, Back, Left, Right, Open Chat, and Open Inventory
- Control codes are now stripped from the display of named entities (mobs, pets, etc.)
- Changes to JourneyMap’s data file structures. Your map files will be migrated when first connecting to a new world.
- A new “custom” folder is now created in the JourneyMap folder with placeholder icons for custom mobs. These can be replaced with your own icons.
- Webserver port is now checked to see if already in use. If so, port # is increased by 10 and retried.
- Replaced In-game zoom icons
- Removed obsolete “use_custom_texturepack” property from journeyMap.properties
Step 1: Download the Zip
- Click the Download button. You’ll have a brief delay on Adf.ly, then press “Skip Ad” at the top right.
- After the download is complete, continue to the install instructions in Step 3…
Step 2: Install JourneyMap for your environment
- See the installation instructions in the Knowledgebase.
Step 3: Try it Out!
- Start Minecraft and connect to a single player or multiplayer world.
- If everything is installed correctly, you will see a “JourneyMap available” chat message in Minecraft.
- Try out the in-game map by pressing ‘J’
- Or: Type the URL shown in the “JourneyMap available” chat message into the address bar of your web browser. (By default this will be http://localhost:8080. If you are upgrading JourneyMap, the port you had previously used will still be in effect.)
- Mac and Linux users: You no longer need to unzip the mod to a folder!
- For help and information on keyboard shortcuts, etc., see General Help in the knowledge base.
All that, and it doesn’t work?! Sorry about that.
- First, double-check that you have the compatible versions of ModLoader (or Forge) and JourneyMap for your version of Minecraft.
- Next, check out the Troubleshooting area the knowledge base for fixes to common problems. If the knowledge base doesn’t address your problem, please open a Ticket and attach your JourneyMap log file.