MCEdit is a versatile map editor, designed for moving blocks from one level to another. With it, you can open a level of nearly any type and fly around in glorious 3D with multiple levels of detail! Select millions of blocks and clone them anywhere else in the level. Fill a boxy selection with the block of your choice, or replace one kind of block with another. Export blocks to a "schematic" file for later use. Import a schematic or an entire level into any world using the crane. Move the player or his spawn point. Create and and remove chunks from the world. Fill blackened areas with light. Find bugs!
Although MCEdit is free and open-source, if you enjoyed using it, you can donate to the original creator, codewarrior. Spotting bugs is also appreciated, as is any suggestions you might have.
In this article, i will walk you through installing the latest MCEdit from source-code on a 64bit Linux system.
This past weekend we got rid of our original 1.9Alpha map that started out our whole minecraft server. We've had very good memories with this map, so i thought i would put it up for download! It's a pretty heavy zip file (732MB) but well worth the download!
Minecraft has been updated to 1.2.4! Do not update if you want to continue playing on minecraft.timashley.me! We will update once we test everything with the new version.
What's in the new version?
- New deco blocks (See image above)
- Chat history and much better chat editing
- You can click on links in chat
- Scroll up/down for history
- Up/down keys for recently sent messages
- Tab complete for player names
- Copy & paste in chat
Last night our minecraft.timashley.me minecraft server had a severe hardware failure. I spent all night moving our files to a hosted server for the meantime. The website and live map will be offline until we replace or original personal server.
I apologize about the downtime. I will update my blog on its status.
Poems for the Homies - Tim Ashley
how long, how long have we known
each day was going to be fun
everytime the outdoors called to us
we would soak in the sun for years
creeping out from the light of our dens
and finding out we'd be great friends
brothers of the sand, music create with
drumming hands, and those ridiculous
tans when frying the bacon pans