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How to: report a bug or request a feature

How to report an issue or request a feature

We appreciate your dedication to making the project better by helping us squash those pesky bugs and suggesting exciting new features. The process of reporting a bug or requesting a new feature is straightforward and user-friendly. Here's how to do it:

Reporting a Bug

Expected Behavior: Start by describing what you expected to happen when you encountered the bug. This helps us understand the issue better.

Steps to Reproduce: Provide a clear, step-by-step guide on how to reproduce the bug. Include every detail, like which items you used, where you were, and what actions you took.

Logs: If the bug is critical, or you're not sure what's causing it, including logs can be a game-changer. Share any error messages or log files related to the issue.

Pictures: A picture is worth a thousand words! If you can, add screenshots to visually demonstrate the problem.

Optional - Video: Want to be an awesome bug hunter? Record a short video showing the bug in action. It can make the bug-hunting process even smoother!

Requesting a Feature

Clear Description: Tell us exactly what you want to see in the mod. Be specific and clear about the new features purpose.

API Functions: If your feature request involves changes or additions to the Lua functions, let us know which functions or methods you'd like to see added or modified.

Use Cases: Explain how this new feature would enhance your gameplay. Share scenarios where it would come in handy.

Remember, our modding community is built on collaboration and a love for Minecraft. Be friendly and respectful in your reports and requests.

To report a bug or request a feature, head over to our github repository. Your feedback is important to us, and it makes the project what it is today!

If you need assistance or want to discuss a feature or something else, head out to our discord