The Text Formatting mod allows the user to make a number of little changes to the way written words appear in Minecraft. Users can use colored and formatted text onto signs, into public chat, into the pages of books and even on command blocks if they so wish. It allows for putting a unique and special touch on any speech, but it can also be nice for making your words stand out when playing online. Of course, the mod needs to be installed on the server if you want your text formatting to actually show up. It works fine when playing on your own if you just have it installed though.
You get many features which are common on top-end word processors today. Text can be bolded, italicized, underlined or struck through. The colors are a nice tough and even the individual letters in a line of speech can have their own colors, allowing the user to create messages that look radiant, like rainbows. You can also apply multiple effects to any line of text, which lets you make stuff totally illegible if you like. This could be useful for hiding secret messages when communicating with friends, but the majority of the time this garbled nonsense will just be annoying.
On servers where the Text Formatting mod is enabled, you’re going to run into lots of books and signs filled with that gibberish mentioned above. It’s not that the mod is difficult to figure out; everything is outlined for the user on the GUI, with text effects found on the right side of the screen and various colors found on the left side. There are even special characters and symbols which can be added into any bit of speech by pressing a button and finding the corresponding character in the list supplied there.
Text Formatting Mod for Minecraft 1.7.10 Changelogs
- Fixed formatting/char-counter only working for the first line of a sign.
- Removed book title length limit.
- Fixed dependency issues.
Download Links for Text Formatting Mod
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