CraftGuide Mod 1.12.2 was created being the result of the useful RecipeBook of Risugami providing fast access to the list of every crafting recipe into the said game. RecipeBook has then greatly improved and is considered as a fairly simple in-game recipe viewer intended for Minecraft along with the goal of being able to display information at once and could provide simple ways to easily navigate it as well.
In order for you to create your own there is just a need for you to place a certain crafting table into the center of the crafting grid, put a piece of paper into every corner and then fill into the edges along with the four books. There would also be key bind in order to open it though there is no item needed that works even you are to play into a server which doesn’t have it being installed. Some other features that are useful into the CraftGuide Mod Minecraft include shapeless recipes and small recipes having a background that is visually distinct. In addition, you could as well click the item into the recipe in order to filter those displayed recipes for the purpose of only the ones that are required or produced the item would be shown.
Due to changes, there are versions of CraftGuide Mod and one of those versions is the CraftGuide Mod. CraftGuide Mod that is for Minecraft 1.8 as well as for 1.7.10 is considered to be very simple and useful mod for many individuals wherein you could get more information regarding recipes in Minecraft. There is just a need to press G button and so you could already see all the recipes for items and that includes the mods items. For additional information, CraftGuide is being created by Uristqwerty and it has a latest version which is the 22.214.171.124.
For the features of CraftGuide Mod it might include advanced filtering and maybe a close button. It saves your favorites through quick saving. It also added a configuration page into the GUI. It as well has fixed displayed row number and an upgraded GregTech along with IC2 compatibility. If you want to experience such changes with CraftGuide Mod then trying the latest version could be considered. Another recent feature of CraftGuide Mod would be the searchable list of items wherein you could quickly filter out those unrelated recipes making it perfect for those that are looking for such feature.
There could be numbers of options on how you are to navigate the list of those unrelated recipes. It might be through the use of scroll bar, the up and down buttons, mouse wheel or through holding shift while scrolling. And also, at the end of the said list you could as well find those furnace recipes. And that could be more exciting. CraftGuide is definitely perfect for those that are into fond of the entertainment that it could provide. And for those that are into the ideas of acquiring exciting recipes this one could be great.
Features of CraftGuide Mod
✔️Mod Minecraft was inspired by Risugami’s RecipeBook but is easier to navigate even though the manual consists of hundreds of pages. The most notable feature is the scroll bar for ultra-fast navigation.
✔️To create your own manual, you just need to place the crafting table in the middle of the grid, put 1 piece of paper in each corner, and fill the edges with 4 books. There will be hotkeys to open without using an item (default is G), it works even when you are playing on a server that has not installed this mod.
✔️Mod includes both simple formulas, flexible formulas. You can click on an item in 1 formula to filter the formula to use only or produce that item. Use the Clear button to go back.
✔️Item list search feature to quickly filter for irrelevant formulas.
✔️Some items have an * in the upper right corner, which means that the formula accepts any variation of the item (e.g. wool color or damage tool). If there is a small F in the upper left corner, that is, something is in the Forge ore dictionary, allowing the mod to use items such as copper or tin in the recipe.
✔️In the lower left corner there is 1 small triangle. Press and drag to resize the GUI to your liking. This feature is especially useful when you have a lot of space around you, so you can expand the GUI, so you can see 4 or more columns of formula at the same time on the screen.
- Download and install the correct Minecraft Forge.
- Download the CraftGuide Mod.
- Run Minecraft once to ensure that Minecraft Forge is installed correctly. A Mods button should now be available in the main menu.
- Download a copy of the CraftGuide Mod jar (zip) and save it to the directory %appdata%/Roaming/.minecraft/mods. The mods directory is created by Minecraft Forge in the previous step.
- Click “Load Basic Components” when you start Minecraft.
- Run Minecraft and enjoy!
Download Links for Craftguide Mod:
|Update on||Aug 5, 2017|
|Get it on PC||
Minecraft Game version 1.5.2
Minecraft Game version 1.6.2
Minecraft Game version 1.6.4
Minecraft Game version 1.7.10 and 1.7.2
Minecraft Game version 1.8 – 1.8.9
Minecraft Game version 1.9.4
Minecraft Game version 1.10.2
Minecraft Game version 1.12.2
Android and minecraft Help says
please make it for minecraft 1.9
This will not work for me. I am on minecraft 1.8 and have other 16 other mods (no it is not because there are too many mods, i have had 25 before.) but this one will not work. It downloads fine, goes into the mods folder and everything but when I open minecraft and get onto my world it will not show up. I check controls and the mod list and- no sign of it. Please fix it or tell me what is going on.
That’s because this site is lying, CraftGuide 126.96.36.199 does not work with 1.8, only 1.7.10
Bálint Lengyel says
Pastel Love says
Same here, I’ve been looking for the passed 30-45 minutes
kazuto 70 says
1.9 you still?
ᗰIᔕᔕ YᑌᖇIKO ᔕᕮᗰᑭᗩI says
Please make a 1.8.9! I really need it for Pam’s Harvestcraft mod and Mr.Krayfish’s furniture mod! (both are 1.8.9)! PRETTY PLEASE MAKE A 1.8.9!
Arwen Melville says
You should either go to a different website or have a webpage open while playing. hope this helps 🙂
-Random unkown person
Pastel Love says
I’ve done some research and so many people said 1.8 isn’t even finished being created (a lot of people said 74% done). So the link for 1.8 is incorrect, if you find a website that gives an actual link to 1.8 please give me the link ^u^
EDIT: If you look on the minecraft forum there is no 1.8 link or mentioning: http://www.minecraftforum.net/forums/mapping-and-modding/minecraft-mods/1277913-craftguide-v1-6-8-2
yo diggity says
i cant find the load basic components thing?
Bálint Lengyel says
since craftguide is not working i think you all should try JustEnoughItems ,it has every recipe, mod recipes and even uses of items(it shows what can you craft from them) and i think JEI is came out for every version