The Advanced XRay Mod 1.19.4, 1.18.2 and 1.12.2 for Forge/Fabric is a unique and improved version of the standard XRay mod designed for Minecraft players. Unlike the traditional XRay mod that makes most blocks disappear, making it difficult to function, this mod highlights desired blocks around the world within a set distance. It is specifically tailored for players who dislike the ore searching process and prefer a more efficient way to find resources.
However, be cautious when using this mod on servers, as many consider it a form of cheating, and you may be banned. It is best suited for personal or agreed-upon usage where it greatly enhances the gaming experience compared to the standard XRay mod.
One issue to note is that the mod currently does not work with Optifine since Minecraft 1.7.x. The reason for this incompatibility is unclear, and due to Optifine being closed-source, proper investigation is not possible. For now, it is recommended not to use the two mods together, with a hope for a fix in the future.
With the Advanced XRay mod, finding resources, chests, and hidden houses becomes a breeze. It makes uninteresting blocks invisible or transparent, allowing you to see veins of mineral resources, hidden chests, and crystal blocks more clearly.
To use the mod, press the backslash key to toggle XRay ON/OFF and press Z to open the selection & settings GUI. You can add, enable, and disable blocks using various methods, such as “From hand,” “Looking At,” and “Searching a list.” Editing blocks is as simple as right-clicking on any item in the GUI, making changes as needed, and clicking save to apply them instantly.
Please note that the default settings might differ, so be sure to check your controls settings under XRay to find the correct keys.
To open the Minecraft launcher as usual and proceed with the Minecraft Java Edition installation, follow these steps:
- Launch the Minecraft launcher as you normally would.
- In the Minecraft launcher, locate and select “Hugeson” from the available installations.
- Click on the “New” button located at the top.
- Type “uses on YouTube” in the search bar and press Enter.
- Select “Udison” from the search results and click on the left mouse button.
- In the system finder, if you are installing for Minecraft 1.18, choose the option “At least 1.18”. If you are installing for Minecraft 1.18.4, for example, select the option “Release 1.18.4” or a similar version.
- Once you have made your selection, click the “Save” button and then press the “Play” button to start using it. Wait for a moment.
- After that, you should see Minecraft close. Close the Minecraft launcher as well.
- Open the download section on your computer and locate the 4G installer. Use the installer version with the JAR file.
- Double-check that you have the correct version. If you are installing for Minecraft 1.18, download the 4G installer for Minecraft 1.18. If you are installing for Minecraft 1.18.2, for example, choose the option “4.18.2” or a similar version.
- Double-click the installer and press “OK”.
- You should see a progress indicator indicating that the installation is in progress. Wait for it to complete.
- After the installation is successful, you will see a confirmation message. Close it.
- Open the Minecraft launcher again and wait for a moment (keep in mind that Minecraft can be laggy).
- In the Minecraft launcher, go to the installation section and locate the 4G installer.
- Double-check that the Forge version in the list matches the one you installed. For example, if you installed it for Minecraft 1.18, you should see “Release 1.8” in the Forge version. If you installed it for Minecraft 1.18.2, you should see “Release 1.18.2” or a similar version.
- Additionally, consider updating to the latest version of OptiFine for the corresponding Minecraft version.
- To do this, click on the folder icon next to the Forge version.
- In the opened folder, locate the “mods” folder (all lowercase).
- If the “mods” folder does not exist, simply create a new folder and name it “mods”.
- Double-click to open the “mods” folder.
- In this folder, place the downloaded “Advanced X-Ray Forge” file.
- Close all the folders and launch Minecraft again to enjoy your newly installed modifications.
Please place all links in the mods folder as shown. If you are unable to drag and drop, don’t worry. Make three copies of the “Advanced” file and then paste them into the “inmods” folder within the mods folder. I hope you understand the principle. Now, open the Minecraft launcher and return to the installation list. Activate the edit mode here. Find a Forge and press the left mouse button. Open the content here and pay attention to the version. Here’s the deal: if you installed the former version 1.18.1, choose the “Optionality is 1.18.1 Fortune” option. If you installed it for Minecraft 1.18.2, choose the “Release” option.
1.18.2 Forge, if you install it for Minecraft 1.19, for example, why not choose the option “Radius 1.19 Fortran” and so on and so on? I hope you understand the principle, so let’s simply press the save button, press the play button on Fortran, and let’s get started.
It’s extremely cool if you install it properly. In the mods list, you’ll find “Advanced X3”. Now, how do you properly set up this mod? It’s an extremely cool story.
Step number one: press escape, go to options, select controls, and find the key bindings. Scroll down and find the X-ray section. Here, remember the button to open the X-ray menu, for example, this button, and the button to toggle X-ray, this button (no, not this button).
If you see that this stuff already has a red color, it means this button is already used by another mod. In this situation, press the left mouse button and choose another key bind. If this label has a white color, it means this key didn’t work properly. Press the down button after all your settings manipulation and return to it again.
If we press this button, we activate X-ray and I cannot see anything. Simply because we must set it up. Press “open the search menu” and, for example, I want to see the sand and gravel. Here, in the search panel, type “sand and gravel”, find “sand” and “gravel”, activate them, and choose a render distance of 64 chunks. For example, we can make it so small. Close it. Maybe we need more render distance. Okay, activate it.
As you can see, we see all these blocks around us. It is sand and gravel.
It’s a very, very helpful way. I believe it is here, yes. I want to test it simply. Yes, it works perfectly. Wow!
Deactivate X3 if you press the button again. Also, here you can choose any type. By default, they are all disabled, including sand and gravel. Hold shift, then left mouse button here, and we can change the color for sand and gravel. For example, this, and change the name for no reason. Okay, directly activate and then sand and gravel. Now, active. Yes, perfect.
Thanks for watching. Subscribe if you have any questions or suggestions. Leave them in the comment section below. And if you don’t like to see the sand and gravel anymore, press the left mouse button again and you disable sand and gravel. Easy peasy, water pizza, neither quads.
Enable, for example, close, and now it is Nether quartz around us. Oh, so many.
In the description, you’ll find tons of different Nether x-ray and other cheats for different situations. I highly recommend using x-ray if you want to play with other mods that add new ores because not always extreme ores can work with most ores and mod content.
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