In order to change your skin, all you need is by following this nice steps provided below.
- Register to this website
- Please make sure your username are tally with the name that you will using in Minecraft game. (This is for future support purpose, if you want to know)
- Why do you need to register? I only set the uploader visible only for my registered users. Just that. (Also for future related things)
- Login into this website using your registered username
- Go to my Minecraft webpage, check on the sidebar.
- The webpage link is just up there.
- On the sidebar, look for ‘Skin Uploader’
- Then for the skin files, you can download it anywhere in the Internet.
- Please make sure that the skin file (Example: wtHHb.png) are changed to (Your_Minecraft_Username.png). This is how the Minecraft system detects your skin. The skin files must have the same name as your character name in Minecraft. It just that simple actually.
- One more thing, the skin name does not affected by case-sensitive. So Mike.png, mike.png or mikE.png is a similar thing.
- Then try login to Minecraft and see if there’s any changes. If does, you should see your preferred skin on your character. If not, try to report to me A.S.A.P.
- If you add your skin while the ‘Minecraft’ game is still running, please close the game first. Then restart to see the changes.
This SkinMod that I develop is functioning only in my server. If you played on other server, you still can see your skin there, but players around you won’t. Logic: Because they didn’t installed my SkinMod.
Is that hard to create your own Mods and Skin Server? Not really but all you need is some idea on C programming and some good critical and logic thinking.
Is my SkinMod is Open-sourced? I can’t be sure about that. I would like to make it private-use only. But if you wish to know more about it, I can share some tidbits. My source code are so short, like it only takes about 5 – 6 lines per ‘class’ files. But the hard part is how to prepare things to do Mods, setup some softwares and other configuration things.
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