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Published on September 03, 2019 (Updated on September 03, 2019)

Lower Grass - Resource Pack

Lowers all "grassish" blocks (grass, mycelium, snowy dirt, and grass paths) so that there is only a little bit of dirt on the bottom peaking through instead of it being the other way around. The only exception is the path block which covers the whole block.

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4.17 / 5 (12 votes)
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Download my pack if you want the lower grass!
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Guest-7541844747 May 08, 2020 at 5:38 pm
The download is broken pls fix it.
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Any way to make it not be 0 kB? It doesn’t work for my world.
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File Size 0 byte Not workccc
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hello, am I able to use this in my pack all credit will be given thanks.
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Please can you make this as a zip file is it is possible, thanks
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Ah yes,
SNOWIER SNOW.
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I've been working on a texture pack and I have an issue adding the grass side texture, the transparency doesn't seem to work. Can you please tell me how you do it?
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is there a pack where it makes the whole grass block green?
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Simple Sides
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I'm on Xbox dosen't work *sad gamer noises*
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Rename .mcpack - .zip and copy the textures to another texture pack you llke.
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Brings Back Xisuma
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Awesome! Is there a way to make a Pack that Reduces The Sounds of All the Louds mobs and pistons and etc.
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It is 100% possible to do it with a resource back(and easy), though it would be hard for me to adjust the sounds for someone else

What you need:
- a default Minecraft addon(right above the insalation instructions): https://www.minecraft.net/en-us/addons/
- something to edit code in (I use visual studio code)

1) Once downloaded unzip the resource pack folder
2) you can then delete everything except for the manifest.json, pack_icon.png, and sounds.json
3) open the manifest and put in random letter/numbers in the uuid
4) give it a name and description
5) now in the soumds.json you are free to change the volume on everything in the game
(in visual studio code you can search for words on the right of the screen)

If you try it and have any problems feel free to respond!
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Awesome! Is there a way to make a Pack that Reduces The Sounds of All the Louds mobs and pistons and etc.
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