Do you have how you have to quit Minecraft every time you want to adjust the settings for a mod, or else the game will bug up and crash out on you, forcing you to restart it anyhow? You’re not alone in this. The InGame Mod Configs allows you to make those adjustments to your various mod files while sitting in Minecraft, without the game crashing and forcing a restart, so you can effectively see your changes in action as you make them. This is a surprisingly useful mod because it can show you specifically which aspects of a mod are working poorly for your computer.
The InGame Mod Configs is a necessity if you’re using any mods from Lunatrius. However, if you already have LunatriusCore installed (which you probably do if you’re using his mods) then you don’t need to pick this up. For everyone else, this is still a great tool for finding out which mods are incompatible without needing to restart the game a dozen times. It requires Minecraft Forge, which means it should work well with any other Forge mods. It’s also suitable for interacting with other kinds of mods as well though, making it a powerful piece of software.
InGame Mod Configs for Minecraft 1.8 and 1.7.10 Changelogs
- Updated to 1.8
- Some bugs fixed!
How to install InGame Mod Configs?
Download Links for InGame Mod Configs
for Minecraft 1.8
for Minecraft 1.7.10
Credit:Lunatrius – Original Thread on Curse