The Resource Loader Mod (1.16.5 and 1.15.2) can be used in conjunction with Custom Main Menu Mod or Custom Backgrounds Mod , but can also be used with any mod that takes resource locations for config options. This mod allows users to add resources to minecraft. This would be possible with resource packs. However, these resource packs are not visible in the resource window. You can also add resources to a simple folder. It is much easier than repackaging every resource pack.
Resource Loader Mod – 1.16.5, 1.15.2 – New Resources to the Game Easier
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How to use:
After your first run with this mod installed you will notice a folder called “resources” created in your main minecraft folder (where config,saves etc. are located). That is the place you will be adding your resources to.
In case you don’t know what a resource location is it consists of a resource domain and a resource path. With mods the resource domain is generally the mod id so “randomthings:textures/blocks/advancedFluidDisplay.png” refers to a texture of my Advanced Fluid Display. The vanilla resources are located in the “minecraft” resource domain (“minecraft:textures/blocks/dirt.png”). If a mod you are using now requires you to enter a resource location for something (For example Custom Main Menu or Custom Backgrounds) the resource domain will be a folder in the resources folder.
The Resource Location for singleplayer.png would now be “test:textures/singleplayer.png”.
The things you put in the resources folder can override vanilla resources but can be overridden by installed resource packs. If you want to override everything, including all installed resource packs create a new folder called “oresources” where the resources folder is, resources put in “oresources” have the highest priority, e.g. override everything else that contains that resource. The following image shows how minecraft “searches” for a resource: