Changes between Version 12 and Version 13 of NewAutomaticBiomes


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Oct 23, 2016, 2:03:47 PM (12 months ago)
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pepijn
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  • NewAutomaticBiomes

    v12 v13  
    1111 * You can use the Global Operations tool. Open it (Ctrl+T, the globe icon on the Tools panel, or Edit -> Global operations...), select "reset biomes to automatic" and press Go. '''Warning:''' this will wipe out any changes you made to the biomes manually! 
    1212 * You can also be more selective and only reset certain biomes to Automatic by using the "only on" filter on the Global Operations screen and selecting a biome, such as Ocean. 
    13  * To be even more precise, you can select the Biomes layer (by pressing the Biomes button on the Layers panel) and right-click on the map with your mouse to reset the biome to Automatic only for that location, which you can restrict even further using the filter settings on the Brush Settings panel. You will probably want to set the brush intensity to 100% (using the slider or by pressing 0 on the keyboard) and select a solid brush, so that the Automatic Biome isn't "spray painted" on. 
     13 * To be even more precise, you can select any biome on the Biomes panel and right-click on the map with any paint tool to reset the biome to Automatic only for that location, which you can restrict even further using the filter settings on the Brush Settings panel. You will probably want to set the brush intensity to 100% (using the slider or by pressing 0 on the keyboard) and select a solid brush, so that the Automatic Biome isn't "spray painted" on. 
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    1515=== Disabling Automatic Biomes ===