Y U NO WORK ON MAC GAH
In the minecraft folder, there is a texture packs folder called 'texturepacks' where you must put your texture packs. These texture packs must be in a.zip format. If your mac converts all zip files into folders, then you must turn all those files back into a zip file! To do this, highlight all the files in your folder, right click, and click. Download your version of the Minecraft Forge from below. Find the minecraft application folder. Windows: Open the Start Menu and go to Run. Type%appdata% and click Run. Mac: Open finder. While holding down ALT, click Go. Then on Library in the top menu bar. Now open the folder 'Application Support' and look for minecraft. Open the 'mods' folder. The game has been updated from 1.5.1 to 1.5.2, fixing several bugs and issues (like crashing when getting into a minecart, for example). OptiFine 1.5.2 HD Ultra comes preinstalled to increase performance and allow for finer graphical customization, enabling play on a broader range of configurations.
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5Since mac users don't get the pleasure of a working 'open texture pack folder' button, here is how to install texture packs on the Mac.
- first off, go to finder, and open it. If you already have a window open for something else, right click and click 'open new window'.
- secondly, you need to navigate to library. It has a picture on the folder that looks like a public place such as a bank or whatever.
- when you get into that folder, click on the application support folder to see all of its contents.
- look for the minecraft folder, and click on it.
- in the minecraft folder, there is a texture packs folder called 'texturepacks' where you must put your texture packs. These texture packs must be in a .zip format. If your mac converts all zip files into folders, then you must turn all those files back into a zip file! To do this, highlight all the files in your folder, right click, and click 'compress (#) files'. It will compress these files into a zip file named archive, which you can rename to the name of your texture pack.
- Once you have the texture pack in a zip file, then drag that zip file into the texturepack directory in your minecraft folder. Then, you can select the texture pack in game from the title screen by clicking on it.
If you were having texture pack problems on a Mac, then I hope this helped. :) be sure to check out the blog of the person in the additional credit for giving me the idea to make this tutorial for mac users. I do not use a linux, so I am not exactly sure how to install texture packs on that. If you want me to make a tutorial for those of you who use linux, then by all means, ask.Note that in minecraft 1.3, the 'open texture pack folder' button is (I believe) going to work on Mac. I will rename this blog to 'How to install texture packs on Mac. [1.2.5-]' by this time.
Creditp3nguinz95 for the idea. Link to his windows texture installation tutorial: http://www.planetminecraft.com/blog/how-to-install-a-texture-pack-434751/#comments
TagsHelpPackTextureHowtoTexturepackMacZipFinder105/30/2013 10:00 pmLevel 1:
Putting it into zip helped, but I still am having trouble.
It comes up in my texture pack folder, but It comes up with a grayscale picture, and when I use the texture pack, it doesn't work.
Do you think you can help me with my confusion?112/16/2012 2:09 pmLevel 1:
Minecraft Folder Mac 1.5 2 Free
111/25/2012 2:55 pmLevel 7:
thanks this helped me111/26/2012 9:28 pmLevel 39:
:) your welcome107/15/2012 9:14 amLevel 1:
It isnt working. There is no minecraft folder! please help me!107/15/2012 11:58 pmLevel 39:
In the event you haven't gotten it yet (sorry for not getting back to you quicker), here are some possible solutions:
1. You do have minecraft installed I'm assuming? If not, just run it once. The folder should be there at that point.
2. The path is finder (the application, not the directory), library, application support, minecraft, texturepacks. Did you manage to find that? You go to finder, look for the library folder, go to the application support folder, and then look for the minecraft folder.
3. Do you have some strange settings on finder? Is your computer shared and set up so that you can't do certain things on it?
4. If any of these don't work, you can always look on youtube for a tutorial.
Note that the 'open texture pack' button is going to work in the next update in minecraft - this should solve all the problems.tools/tracking596502how-to-install-texture-packs-on-mac
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This article is about the folder in Java Edition. For the folder in Bedrock Edition, see com.mojang.
This feature is exclusive to Java Edition.
.minecraft (or simply minecraft in macOS) is the folder Minecraft creates to run from. This folder includes the .jar files, sound, music, resource packs, personal options, worlds, etc.
Locating the .minecraft folder can be vital for installing a resource pack, or to locate any made screenshots.
Below is a table showing the default directory for .minecraft.
The Windows location in the table above is just the default case. Launchers can set the .minecraft at any path.
If you're a Windows user and are unfamiliar with how to find your appdata folder, follow these steps:
- Click Start → Run. If you don't see 'Run', press ⊞ Windows+R.
%APPDATA%.minecraft and click 'OK'.
If you're a Mac user, you can open the folder through Spotlight:
- Press ⌘ Command+Space or open the Spotlight popup through the magnifying glass icon on the right of the Menu Bar.
~/Library/Application Support/minecraft and hit ↵ Enter.
On Linux or macOS, the
~ in the path refers to the home directory. Folders starting with a
. are hidden by default. In most file managers, hitting Ctrl + H toggles their hidden status. In macOS specifically, since version 10.12 (Sierra), the shortcut ⌘ Command+⇧ Shift+. toggles the hidden status of files.
If you want to change directory of the .minecraft folder, see custom minecraft directory article.
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Use of a resource pack can be forced by naming its zip file to
resources.zip and placing it in the root folder of the world save. This feature is single-player only; however, there is another way for servers to ask clients if they want to use the server resource pack.
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