Creating a Custom Mod-Pack on the Twitch Launcher

This guide is a step-by-step method for creating a custom mod-pack and getting it running on your StickyPiston server.

How to Create a Custom Profile in the Twitch Launcher

These steps will get you set up with a profile that you can use to experiment with your mod-pack.

  1. Open the Twitch Launcher, If you have not installed the launcher follow this guide https://stickypiston.co/how-to-install-curse-voice-launcher/
  2. Click on “Mods” to the left of the Search Bar
  3. Click on “Minecraft”
  4. Click on “Create Custom Profile”
  5. Choose a name for your Profile (This can be changed later on)
  6. Choose a Minecraft version (Make sure the mods you want to add later are available for that version)
  7. Choose a ModLoader Version (This will always be Forge but you will have to pick which version you need. We recommend the newest version wherever possible)
  8. This should create a new, blank profile for you

How to add mods to the Custom Profile in the Twitch Launcher

These steps will take you through the process of adding mods to your pack

  1. Click on your new profiles image to open and view it
  2. Click either “Get Mods” in the centre of the screen or “Get More Content” in the top-right
  3. This screen will show all available Mods for this version of Minecraft
  4. To see information about the mod, simply click anywhere in the highlighted box when mousing over the mod
  5. Click on the purple “Install” button to add the mod to your pack
  6. Repeat this process until you have all the mods you would like added to your pack

Testing your ModPack

  1. In the screen with your new profile’s image, click on the purple “Play” button to get the Launcher started
  2. When the Minecraft launcher opens, click on the green “Play” button
  3. Shortly you should see a loading screen to see the mod loading process
  4. Create a single-player world to test the mods
  5. If you have installed any World-Generation mods, make sure to change the World Type when you create it

Creating a Server

To create a server you will need to export the custom profile and send this to us, we can create the server for you.

  1. Click on the Profile image to open the screen that lists all the mods in your pack
  2. Click on the three purple dots to the right of the “Get More Content” button
  3. Click on “Export Profile”
  4. Name your profile to match the name you have in your Twitch Launcher
  5. The package version does not necessarily matter but it can be used to track updated versions if you continue to make changes to the pack
  6. Select the Files and Folders that are needed (As standard they are already selected but “configs” and “mods” are the required folders)
  7. Click on the purple “Okay” button

This will begin the export process and usually the zipped folder can be found in;
C:\Users<yourname>\Documents\Curse\Minecraft\Export

Sending us the Mod-Pack

We accept the custom Mod-Pack in many ways.

To connect to your server using FTP you need to download the Filezilla FTP client here:
https://filezilla-project.org/download.php?type=client
When you have downloaded it your settings will be as follows to connect to your server.

Host: ###############
UserName: ################
Port: 21
Password: Your Multicraft Password

There are more detailed information here https://stickypiston.co/account/knowledgebase.php?action=displayarticle&catid=1&id=8

What happens when we get it

Once the custom mod-pack has been received/downloaded and opened by StickyPiston we;

  1. Let you know that we have your mod-pack
  2. Install the correct version of Forge on your server
  3. Disable any client side mods that won’t work on a server
  4. Test that the server starts correctly and all the mods are loaded
  5. Debug and fix any errors that appear
  6. Respond to your support ticket to let you know that the mod-pack is installed and running on your server

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