Allows you to craft customizable blocks.
Mod that adds a new block variations that can be researched in the research table. These blocks can be set to use any image you want, even supporting transparency. Each block has the following best fit image sizes (WIDTHxHEIGHT):
Walk up to a block, hit F (default) when you see the prompt, and then select the local or remote file you with to use (must be PNG or JPG) and it will give you a preview of what it looks like. If you are satisfied, hit the "Update Block" button. If you want to go back to the default image, simply use the reset button instead and update the block.
The keybind used to open the menu can be configured with the Extra Settings Api, but defaults to
Blocks will continue to have the same image on them, regardless of internet connection, as long as they are placed down and not changed, even if the image used was not a local file.
Using a local file requires that you either have the file placed in the
CustomBlocks folder inside of the
ModData folder (found in the
Mods folder) or use a full system path to the file. Alternatively, you can place the file next to
raft.exe. If it is in one of the specified folders, simply use it's name (extension included) and the mod will be able to find it.
By default, custom blocks will use the in-game texture quality setting for displaying. Simply turn off the option "Use Game Settings For Texture Quality" and the blocks will use the full texture resolution.
This mod has support for multiplayer allowing you and other users to all see the same patterns on blocks. By default, this feature is disabled, but can be enabled if you have the Extra Settings Api. Disabling this feature also means any changes you make will not be sent to anyone else. Additionally, the host can prevent other users from modifying flags (with the exception of only the editor's perspective being changed) to allow for multiplayer flags to still be used while preventing abuse.
If you encounter any issues, contact me on the Raft Modding discord, user
Description last changed on 2022-09-12