uNmINeD 0.17.5 – Blockstates, Bedrock, 1.12

New uNmINeD development snapshot is available for download!


  • Added support for blockstate dependent styles
  • Improved BE support
    • Added styles for colored blocks (wool, carpet, terracotta, etc.)
    • Added styles for spruce and birch leaves
    • Added styles for mesa biomes
  • Improved support for JE 1.12 and older worlds
    • Added support for colored blocks, spruce/birch leaves, flowers, redsand, podzol and other blockdata dependent stuff

This Post Has 8 Comments

  1. Sascha

    Is it in the Future possible to add markers?

    1. Nick

      I would also love the ability to add map markers!!!

  2. Delvin4519

    It seems though red sand and uncolored stained hardened clay in Java 1.12.2 appears a bit wonky and off from 1.18 red sand/uncolored stained hardened clay. Otherwise, other than that, much better than before. If the red sand/uncolored stained hardened clay is fixed, it will be pretty much good.

    Also, can a filter to filter out torches be added as well? If one places torches to light up the world, hard to see with the torch everywhere, so a filter to filter out torches will be helpful. I remember it used to be in very old unmined versions.

    1. megasys

      colors are fixed in 0.17.7, thank you!

  3. Delvin4519

    Forgot to add, the silver/light gray shulker box is not the correct color like all the other silver/light cray colored blocks for Java 1.12 worlds, just noticed since i have all the colored blocks in one spot.

    1. megasys

      fixed, thank you!

  4. Dirk

    Thanks for this great tool!

    I had a minor problem unpacking the Windows GUI application download:
    The four Windows GUI application zips contain two zero-byte files “Metapacks” and “Stylesheets” that prevent the creation of the same-named subfolders when the zip file is extracted all-at-once.
    I guess these zero-byte files got there just by accident – or did you put them into the download package for a reason?
    I compared this to the Linux gzip package and the Windows CLI packages – they don’t contain these zero-byte files.

    1. megasys

      Weird, I don’t see these zero-byte files in the packages.

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