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Monday, 14 March 2016

X-Ray Mod for Minecraft 1.9/1.8.9/1.8/1.7.10

March 14, 2016
Hunting down resources in caves, abandoned mineshafts and sunken, underground
fortresses is one of the more exciting parts of Minecraft. Who knows when that patch
of coal or iron you chop out of a wall will lead to a dungeon with mob spawners and
chests, or whether it will be a long drop to a fiery end in a pit of lava that waits for you
on the other side of that next wall? Well, now you can know with the XRay Mod 1.9,
which works a lot like any old XRay
resource pack you might find.
By turning specific blocks like dirt or stone invisible, the textures for these blocks will
simply disappear from your view. The blocks will still be there of course – you can’t see
them but they’re still there. With all of the filler made invisible, you can more easily find
your way to veins of coal, iron, gold, diamonds and other valuable resources buried
beneath the ground in Minecraft. If you want to play on Hardcore mode or go through
Survival without turning on cheats, the XRay Mod is probably the most powerful tool

around for helping you to quickly amass resources and get the goods you need.



Of course, actually using the XRay Mod will be considered cheating by many players.
Server owners don’t like the mod either, and there are specific plugins which watch
exclusively for people finding patches of ores and metals too frequently while playing
online. If you use this mod on a multiplayer server you should expect to get banned,
either automatically when the server security system detects you using bad mods, or a
little down the line when some moderator or owner notices you finding too many

valuable in too short a time. The bottom line is, don’t use this mod online.


If you’re playing alone though, why go through the bother of digging through stacks
and stacks of blocks of dirt, stone and other worthless materials to get what you
want? Nobody actually like the digging and mining parts of Minecraft; they love pulling
ores and gems out of the world though, and you need to do the first thing before you
can do the second thing in most cases. The XRay Mod features a config file which will
let you “erase” any blocks you like, so you can focus on just the resources you need or

want to find and forget everything else.

XRay Mod for Minecraft 1.8 Changelogs

Updated to Minecraft 1.8.9, removed cavefinder (will try to add it back).
Fixed the open to lan bug.
Blocks are being rendered in the game output.
Cleaned up installer code.

How to Install X-Ray Mod for Minecraft?

1. Download the official Xray installer.
2. Open the installer and click on “Install” button!
Download Links for X-Ray Mod

for Minecraft 1.9 – BETA – released 20160312

XRay5.jar – released 17/12/15
Added 1.9 support
New version scheme: one number
Blocks are now preloaded at startup from Minecraft so the block list will be
complete
Uses a new method to determine block names which should be much more
accurate
Minor performance improvements
Numerous little bug fixes
for Minecraft – supports everything from 1.6.4 to 1.8.9

XRay4.5.jar – released 17/12/15
No more text files! Press J ingame
to open the user interface! And remember to
report any bugs you find!
Changed how the keybindings are injected into the game.

XRay4.6.2.jar – BETA – released 20160114
Fixed crash on startup.
Performance improvements.
A lot of code refactoring that will make maintenance easier in the long run.
Added fly back now
called ‘survival fly’.
Fly speed works in creative mode even if a fly is not enabled.

Fixed crash when running versions of Java below 8.


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