Tool Belt featured is an extremely useful mod that’s been designed primarily for the sake of giving players convenience for when they’re carrying their tools around. The mod basically gives players an additional inventory of sorts in which they can store their items and bring them out whenever they need them. The tool belt is great to have because it allows players to store their items in a convenient little place without having them take up space on the inventory. The other great thing about the belt is, of course, the fact that these items are available immediately within a few clicks and this can save you some time as well.
It’s important to keep in mind that you won’t be given access to the full functionality of the belt in the Tool Belt mod right from the get go. When you first get your hands on it, it’ll only have two slots to store your items in but, over time, it can be upgraded to hold more. The maximum capacity of the holding belt can go up to 9 slots which is an ample amount and will allow you to store pretty much all the tools you want to. The best part about the tool belt is probably the fact that it’s really easy to access and allows players to easily switch between all the tools using the radial menu that can be accessed by holding down the R key.
It’s important to remember that the Tool Belt mod only holds items that aren’t stackable so you won’t be able to store items in it that can be stacked and this, of course, includes most of the resources that are found in Minecraft. Other than providing convenience, the Tool Belt mod looks cool as when equipped onto a character and it even displays the tools stored in the first two slots.
Tool Belt Mod Update Logs
- Fix tooltips not appearing in belt GUI.
- Hopefully, fix weird desync that prevents belt from working.
- Switched build from shading to embedding the jars.
- Added config option to change the scale of items on the belt.
How to Install Tool Belt Mod?
- Download the mod!
- When you haven’t installed Minecraft Forge yet, download and install it.
- Move the downloaded .jar into the mods folder.
- Have fun!