Default Options Mod 1.15.2 | 1.16.5
How To Install Forge & Optifine
Forge makes modding a lot easier and will sometimes save you if you’re struggling to change everything in your game. If you are going to pair it with OptiFine , then you will want to make sure you have the latest version of Forge that you can download at http://files.minecraftforge.net/. Once you’ve installed it, you’ll want to download a specific version of OptiFine.
How to install Default Options Mod 1.16.5/1.15.2 (Default Settings)
Follow 5 steps below will explain how to install mods that have been made for the Minecraft Forge : Default Options Mod 1.16.5 | 1.15.2 (Default Settings) :
1. Ready installed Minecraft Forge.
2. Download a Forge compatible mod from url download, or anywhere else!
Open Minecraft game, click ->> ‘Mods’ button from main menu, click – >> ‘Open Mods Folder’.Important: Some older versions of Forge may not have the ‘Open Mods Folder’ button. If that is the case, you will need to find the folder manually. Windows:
- Press the Windows key and R at the same time
- Type %appdata% and press enter
- Find folder Minecraft and then look for the Mods folder within that
- Click on the desktop and then press Command+Shift+G all at the same time
- Type ~/Library and press enter
- Open the folder Application Support and then Minecraft
Place the mod file downloaded (.jar or .zip) into the Mods folder.
Run Minecraft, and you should now see the new mod installed in the list!
Custom Default Mappings
Setting up Default Keys:
- Configure the keys how you’d like them to be in the default configuration
- Run the “/defaultoptions saveKeys” command: the file defaultkeys.txt will be saved in the config folder
- Make sure to ship the defaultoptions folder inside the config directory, and NOT the options.txt from the root directory in your modpack. Victory!
Check the Controls GUI to see that the default settings have updated. Players will now start with these keys by default.
Setting up Default Options:
- Configure the options (e.g. FOV, video and audio settings) how you’d like them to be in the default configuration
- Run the “/defaultoptions saveOptions” command: the file defaultoptions.txt will be saved in the config folder
- Make sure to ship the defaultoptions folder inside the config directory, and NOT the options.txt from the root directory in your modpack. Woohoo!
Fresh installations of your pack (=> no existing options.txt) will now get the default options you specified.
Setting up Default Servers (Minecraft 1.9.4+):
- Set up the servers how you’d like them to be in new installations
- Run the “/defaultoptions saveServers” command: the file servers.dat will be copied into the defaultoptions folder
- Make sure to ship the defaultoptions folder inside the config directory, and NOT the servers.dat from the root directory in your modpack. Victory!
Setting up Default Configs (Minecraft 1.9.4+):
If you want to set up your modpack in a way that lets users change specific config files without having them overwritten by updates, you can put those files into the defaultoptions folder rather than the config folder. Those files will only be copied over into the config folder on the first run of the pack. Sadly Minecraft’s mod configurations aren’t standardized enough to provide a more complex solution without having lots of breakage.