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[128x] Big Dig Pack 1.3.9

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It's a little bit weird, because I played with Tekkit, there are rubber trees too, and the sapling and the tree textures worked fine.

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Adding optifine to support the texture pack didnt break anyone else's Big Dig pack? Hmm

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Gosh darn it. I can't get it to work. I followed the directions to the letter. Anyone that can provide assistance?

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Anything you can do about the red and blue alloy block textures? They're switched around.

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Fixed. Apparently it's an error-carried-forward from the TubeStuff pack I downloaded.

I'd also like to note that I'm already using "Big Dig 1.2.2" (a.k.a. the official modpack with the ugly fat guy as the picture). I don't think there are any differences at this point, but if they diverge, preference will go to the official version.

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[quote=pagerrager]Gosh darn it. I can't get it to work. I followed the directions to the letter. Anyone that can provide assistance?[/quote]
Personally, I use 7-zip to merge the files. Download the PureDBcraft for the size you are using either:

Sphax PureBDcraft 64x for MC1.4.7
Sphax PureBDcraft 128x for MC1.4.7

Then download my pack (see OP), make a copy of the PureBDcraft (just in case), open the copy and my pack and put all the files in my pack into the PureBDcraft copy. Say yes at the prompt, close 7-zip, move the combined zip into the Textures folder and that should do it.

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Well. I just installed the Windows 8 yesterday, and played with BigDig. First I played a lot, then I installed the Sphax bigdig texture pack, then my game has crashed.

Everytime when I try to run the game, it's everytime stopped running, or the main menu gone mad. Sometimes I can load my save games then i get this message: Preview: click to enlarge

It's really sad, because i want to play this game. Maybe the texture pack is not compatible with Win8?

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[quote=eMszegedi]Well. I just installed the Windows 8 yesterday, and played with BigDig. First I played a lot, then I installed the Sphax bigdig texture pack, then my game has crashed.

Everytime when I try to run the game, it's everytime stopped running, or the main menu gone mad. Sometimes I can load my save games then i get this message: Preview: click to enlarge

It's really sad, because i want to play this game. Maybe the texture pack is not compatible with Win8?[/quote]

Allocate more ram to BigDig!

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It worked! Thanks! But it's laggy. It didn't lagg when I had Win7 on my computer lol. I don't understand what happened.

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[quote=eMszegedi]It worked! Thanks! But it's laggy. It didn't lagg when I had Win7 on my computer lol. I don't understand what happened.[/quote]

Slow PC. Try using lower res textures. See if it lags then.