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RELEASE 0.99.3:

I finally integrated the Pixel Art code that had acted as a catalyst for this whole application many months ago. For full information on how to use the new tab, please see my blog entry.

You can see a screenshot of the Pixel Art editor here, and here's the finished product when it had been built in-game.

To download the latest version of the structure planner, please visit the Minecraft Structure Planner website and click the download link.

RELEASE 0.99.2b:

Tonight's change is relatively minor - a new About box. It's not just visually more pleasant though, it's far more functional too:

First, it shows you how much memory you have available, how much is allocated to the heap, and how much is used. You also have a button which allows you to request that Java clean up its memory if things are getting a little tight.

Second, it shows all of the Java system properties for your installation. They may not mean much to you, but when I'm trying to debug a problem for you then having you cut-and-paste those properties into a forum post or e-mail is going to make life much easier.

Finally, if your version of the Structure Planner is out of date then you also have the download link present at the bottom of the about box.

You can download the latest version right now from the Minecraft Structure Planner site.

RELEASE 0.99.2a:

OK - Release 0.99.2a is out the door and ready for download. Modifications/bonus functionality in this release:

  • Fixed the Freeform layer editor mistake from yesterdays release. It'll now display and edit the correct number of layers when you generate a new grid.

  • Added new block textures: bedrock, stone slabs, double stone slabs, cobblestone slabs, sandstone slabs and wooden slabs.

  • Added import and parsing of Ruins definition files. The structure planner will parse the Ruins file, then generate a random ruin based on the parameters.

You can download the latest version right now from the Minecraft Structure Planner site.


RELEASE 0.99.2: New version is out, and now allows you to import schematics generated by binvox. Simply select the 'Binvox Schematic' file type in the 'Import Schematic...' dialog box and you can load your model using any of the standard block textures. Please visit the main Minecraft Structure Planner site for full details, blog post, and download link.

RELEASE 0.99.1: Just released version 0.99.1, with some much requested features included. Please visit the main Minecraft Structure Planner site for full details, blog post, and download link.

Edit: Here's something that I've been meaning to do for quite a while, but didn't have the spare time for it until now. Ladies and gentlemen, welcome to! It's the central location for the very latest Minecraft Structure Planner download link, a development blog detailing releases as well as what's coming next, and (eventually) a host of tutorial and FAQ information gleaned from the various web forums that I currently use for communication with the Great Web Horde. Pop across and let me know what you think/what you'd like to see there.

Hello all,

As I'm a fan of building underwater domes and complexes in Minecraft I decided to create myself a little Java tool to help design them (plus it let me have a little fun learning Java 3D!) I've had a couple of people comment that they've found it useful, so I've decided to share it with the community.

Things you'll need:

Java - I figure you have this already. Either that or you're running Minecraft using Voodoo magic.

Java 3D - You can download the latest 1.5.1 library from here

MinecraftStructurePlanner.jar - This is the main application, and can be downloaded from here.

So, what does this thing do? For each structure you want to design, you'll be offered three different views; a 3D display of how the structure currently looks, a plan showing the number of blocks needed for each column of the structure, and a per-layer diagram showing how to build it one layer at a time. The 3D view can be scaled, rotated and translated as you would expect. The plan view lets you click on columns to turn them green/mark them as completed, so that you can keep track of how far your construction efforts have progressed.

Right now, you can design and create 3D displays of these different structures:

Hemispherical Dome - Your standard bio-dome. You can control the radius, the dome rise height, and the height of the dome base (if any.) You can see an example dome plan here and the 3D projection of the dome here. As you can see, this is a pretty big dome, having a radius of 30, a dome rise height of 15, and a base height of 2. If you check the summary panel at the bottom of the display you can see that this dome is 4,737 blocks if hollow, and 32,160 blocks if solid!

Sphere - Giant balls! Specify the radius and off you go.

Domed Roof - This is what I use for connecting corridors, or for rectangular/square buildings with dome style roofs. You can specify the width/depth of the dome building, the dome height, the base height, and whether the dome curve is applied to the x axis, the y axis, or both. You can also choose whether the base is completely square/rectangular, or whether it follows the contours of the dome roof more closely. You can see an example of the plan here, and a 3D representation tastefully constructed out of dirt here.

Bridge - I had a couple of valley's I wanted to span, so I included a bridge designer. You can specify the distance of the span, the width of the bridge, the height of the bridge arch, and the height of the walls on either side of the bridge (if any.) You can also specify whether you want the bridge fully supported or not (no 'diagonal only' step connections allowed.) You can see an example of a bridge plan here, and the 3D projection rendered in a delightful cobblestone here.

Things to remember: The 3D display was basically an excuse for me to learn the Java 3D API, so there are still a few oddities that I need to sort out there. On opening a view for the first time you'll find yourself zoomed WAY in on the object you're building. Use the mouse wheel to zoom out to a less insane distance. While you have the 3D display selected you can use the arrow keys to rotate around your object, and shift-arrow keys to translate it. As a final note, the code will probably do weird things if you enter weird values into the fields. I haven't implemented any input validation yet.

I hope you enjoy this program/find it useful.

Cheers, LankyBrit.

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