Tweakeroo Mod 1.16.5/1.15.2 – Hand Restock, Hotbar Swap

Author: EvgenBro
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Tweakeroo Mod 1.16.5/1.15.2 is a client-side mod, which adds a whole bunch of various different “tweaks” to the game, such as hand restock, hotbar swap/cycle, flexible/fast block placement, etc. Currently, it’s written for LiteLoader on Minecraft 1.12.x, and for Fabric on 1.14.x.


The currently implemented tweaks are:

  • Accurate Block Placement – Allows placing blocks in a given orientation on carpet mod servers
  • After Clicker – Enables an “after clicker” tweak, which does a configurable number of automatic right clicks on the just-placed block. Useful for example for placing Repeaters seemingly directly with a certain delay pre-set.
  • Angel Block – (Creative only) allows placing blocks in mid-air
  • Explosion reduced particles – Uses a smaller and less obstructive explosion particle for large explosions
  • Fast Block Placement – Enables fast/convenient block placement when moving the cursor over new blocks. Has different modes for avoiding unwanted block placements.
  • Fast Left Click – Enables automatic fast left-clicking while holding down the attack button (left-click). The number of clicks per game tick is set in the Generic configs.
  • Fast Right Click – Enables automatic fast right-clicking while holding down the use button (right-click). The number of clicks per game tick is set in the Generic configs.
  • Fill/Clone limit change – Allows changing the /fill and /clone command block limits in single player
  • Flexible Block Placement – Enables placing blocks in different orientations while holding down the activation keybind. For example Hoppers or Logs facing in a different direction than what they would when placed normally.
  • Gamma Override – Overrides the video settings gamma value with the one set in the Generic configs.
  • Hand Restock – Swaps a new stack to the main or offhand when the previous stack runs out.
  • Hold Attack – Simulates holding down the attack button (usually left click)
  • Hold Use – Simulates holding down the use button (usually right-click)
  • Hotbar Scroll – Allows swapping the hotbar with an inventory row (similar to Hotbar Swap)
  • Hotbar Slot Cycle – Cycles the selected hotbar slot after using an item. Has a configurable maximum slot number. Useful for building repeating block patterns.
  • Hotbar Swap – Enables swapping the hotbar with any of the three inventory rows. Has a preview of the inventory when a key is held.
  • Inventory Preview – Enables an inventory preview while having the cursor over a block with an inventory or an entity with an inventory and holding the configured modifier key for it. NOTE: This, unfortunately (mostly) only works in single-player, and currently not with any Forge IItemHandler inventories, since this is a Liteloader mod and doesn’t know about the Forge stuff.
  • Item Unstacking Protection – If enabled, then items configured in Lists -> unstackingItems won’t be allowed to spill out when using. This is meant for example to prevent throwing buckets into lava when filling them.
  • Lava Visibility – If enabled and the player has a Respiration helmet and/or Water Breathing potion effect active, then the lava fog is greatly reduced.
  • Map Preview – Shows a preview of vanilla maps in inventories, when you hold shift while hovering the item
  • Movement Keys Last – If enabled, then opposite movement keys won’t cancel each other, but instead the last pressed key is the active input.
  • No Block Breaking Particles – Removes block-breaking particles
  • No Client Entity Updates – Removes all (non-player) entity updates on the client-side. Can help bein gable to fix stuff if there are a huge number of entities in the world for some reason.
  • No Entity Rendering – Disables ALL except player entities from rendering. Can help fix things if there are a huge number of entities in the world.
  • No Falling Block Entity Rendering – If enabled, then falling block entities won’t be rendered at all. Mainly useful for large contraptions with massive amounts of falling block entities, which would lower the FPS when rendered.
  • No Item Switch Render Cooldown – If enabled, then there won’t be any cooldown/equip animation when switching the held item or using the item.
  • No Light Updates – If enabled, disables client-side light updates. This can help client-side performance when lots of blocks are changing constantly, for example with large vanilla slime block flying machines.
  • No Light Updates All – A lot more aggressive companion to the other No Light Updates tweak. Note that this one will also prevent any client-side chunk heightmap updates or light re-calculations.
  • No Portal Gui Closing – Allows opening the inventory GUI even while standing in a Nether portal
  • No Slime Block Slowdown – Removes the slowdown effect and slipperiness from slime blocks on the client-side. Note that this also affects other entities in single player!
  • Permanent Sneak – Makes the player sneak without having to hold down the sneak key
  • Pick Before Place – If enabled, then the targeted block that you are placing blocks against, is switched to hand (if found in the inventory) before placing/using the item.
  • Placement Grid – Allows restricting block placement to a grid, with configurable size. NOTE: Currently this only works properly with the Fast Placement tweak enabled.
  • Placement Limit – Allows restricting the blocks you are able to place to a configurable maximum number, per use/right-click action
  • Placement Restriction – Allows restricting the block placement to a given “pattern”, such as Plane, Line, Face, Column, Diagonal. This is what the Fast Block Placement mode uses internally, separated to a separate tweak that can be used without the fast placement part.
  • Placement Restriction First – Allows restriction block placement to only happen while targeting the same type of block that you initially click on
  • Placement Restriction Hand – Allows restricting block placement to only happen when you are targeting the same block that you are holding
  • Player Inventory Peek – Enables a player inventory peek/preview, while holding the configured activation key for it.
  • Potion Warning – Prints a warning in the hotbar message slot when potion effects are about to run out
  • Print Death Coordinates – Prints the player’s coordinates to chat upon death
  • Remove own potion effects – Removes the potions effect particles from the player itself
  • Render Invisible Entities – Renders invisible entities translucent (the same way they would render if you were in spectator mode)
  • Render Limit Entities – Allows limiting the number of XP Orb and Item Entities that are rendered. Can significantly help the FPS if there are a lot of those entities in the world.
  • Repair Mode – Swaps damaged items with Mending on them to the player’s hand, allowing automatically repairing them while standing in an XP farm
  • Shulker Box Display – Renders the contents of Shulker Boxes (and also all other vanilla blocks with inventories) while hovering over the item and holding shift
  • Shulker Boxes Stack when empty – Enables empty Shulker Boxes stacking up to 64. NOTE: This only works properly in single player! In multiplayer the server would have to have the same functionality enabled by some other mod, otherwise, you get de-synced inventories when moving around stacked Shulker Boxes!
  • Swap Almost Broken Tools – If enabled, then any damageable items held in the hand that are about to be used and which are about to break will be swapped to ones with durability left.
  • Tab Complete Coordinates – When you use tab-completion in commands while not looking at a block, uses the player’s coordinates instead of inputting the ‘~’ character


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Fabric Modloader (for 1.14.x)

Fabric API (for 1.14.x)

LiteLoader (for 1.12.x)


How to install:

  1. Download and Install Minecraft Launcher Vanilla
  2. Download and Install Fabric Installer for Vanilla Launcher
  3. Run recently downloaded .jar file, choose the version you want and press €œInstall.€
  4. Run Minecraft, select the profile with Fabric installed and press Play
  5. Press Start on Desktop
  6. Choose Run
  7. Type %appdata% onto Run and press Enter.
  8. Goes into Roaming/.minecraft/mods
  9. Put the jar. Files onto the mod folder and run Minecraft.
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