JourneyMap 2.6.1 for Minecraft 1.5.2
(May 5, 2013)
Using an older version of Minecraft? Check the archived releases page instead.
- 2.6.1 contains a critical bug fix for errors produced when there’s a hole to the void in your world. These errors cause significant performance problems, so updating to 2.6.1 is highly recommended.
- 2.6.0 now uses your texture pack to determine map colors, allowing it to at least partially support custom blocks and biomes. There is now an option to display a map grid based on Minecraft chunks. It has improved memory usage when saving large maps. It is now translated into both Italian and French.
- See the Release Notes for more info.
Step 1: Meet the Requirements
Tip: If you are new to installing mods in Minecraft, (or don’t like editing the minecraft.jar), I highly recommend you use Magic Launcher to set up Modloader or Forge and all of your mods.
Step 2: 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 3: Drop the zip into your mods folder
If you are upgrading JourneyMap: Remove the older JourneyMap*.zip from your mods folder.
If you haven’t run Minecraft yet since installing ModLoader, the ‘mods’ folder won’t exist yet. You can either manually create it now, or run Minecraft and have ModLoader create it for you.
- If you use Windows:
- If you use a Mac:
- If you use Linux:
Using MCPatcher? DO NOT patch JourneyMap into the minecraft.jar. MCPatcher should only be used to patch Modloader, not mods themselves.
Step 4: 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.