Once downloaded, double click and run the .jar file. A screen will pop up. The install path should be the default install path that minecraft installed into. If so just click OK to install forge.
Now open Minecraft launcher and run it in 1.7.10 to the title screen. You just need to have run vanilla Minecraft 1.7.10 at least once. Do this to be safe if you are not sure. Close minecraft. Navigate to your downloads folder. You should see the forge installer. Open it by double clicking, and it should say at the bottom "C:/Users//AppData/Roaming/.minecraft". Select download client (one of the little bubbles). Let it run. This may take a few minutes.
Now go to your home button and search %appdata% and press enter. Open the folder named Roaming and go to the .minecraft folder. Right click and make a new folder. Name it "mods", if one does not already exist. Running Forge once to your title screen will create the folder. Go to your download folder and copy and paste the "[1.7.10] The Lord of the Rings Mod Bxx.jar" file of the mod into your mods folder.
Now go to your home button and search %appdata% and press enter. Open the folder named Roaming and go to the .minecraft folder. Right click and make a new folder. Name it "mods", if one does not already exist. Running Forge once to your title screen (as suggested above) will create the folder. Go to your download folder and copy and paste the "[1.7.10] The Lord of the Rings Mod Bxx.jar" file of the mod into your mods folder. Then go back to the launcher and enjoy.
Now go to Finder. Go up to your toolbar at the top of your screen, and select "Go." The dropdown should contain a "Go To Folder" button. Click this. On your Finder window, a box will be at the top. Type in the box "~/Library". Then find the folder "Application Support". Open that, and find "minecraft". Click on this folder. In this folder, there may or may not be a "mods" folder. If there is, awesome, if there is no, create one, with the same name, case-sensitive. Running Minecraft modded with forge will create this folder as well. Go to your downloads folder and copy and paste the [1.7.10] The Lord of the Rings Mod B... .jar file of the mod into your mods folder.
Now, open your file browser. Navigate to the "View" menu at the top of your screen, and click "Show Hidden Files". Find the ".minecraft" folder, which should be located in your home directory. In this folder, there should be a folder called "mods". Place the file [1.7.10] The Lord of the Rings Mod B... .jar, that you downloaded directly into this folder without modifying it in any way. You might want to back up the "saves" folder in your ".minecraft" while you are at it, in order to prevent any of your worlds getting corrupted. Make sure not to play any old Minecraft worlds with LOTR installed, create new ones. To back it up, simply make a copy of the file on your desktop or elsewhere. To switch back to vanilla, just change your profile in the launcher so it has your MC username.
Older, non-actively maintained versions of WorldDownloader for versions of minecraft before 1.7.10 can be found in the old thread or via the GitHub releases page (within the 'src' download of very old versions).
1. In the first post of the World Downloader thread, find the section titled "Downloads". Click on the link for the Minecraft version you're trying to use.2. On the GitHub page this takes you to, click on and download the base edit file for your Minecraft version. (It should contain the word "baseedit" and "mc#.#.#.zip", where #.#.# is your Minecraft version number.)3. Go to your ".minecraft" folder, then go into "versions". Create a copy of the folder for the correct Minecraft version and rename it to "#.#.#.wdl".4. Open this folder. Rename the two .jar and .json files here to "#.#.#.wdl . jar" and "#.#.#.wdl . json".5. In your text editor of choice, open #.#.#.wdl . json. You need to edit 2 things:
TL;DR: To make use of the mod, simply join a server, pause the game, and click "Start download". If the server is multiworld (has more than the 3 vanilla minecraft dimensions), make sure to indicate as such. Travel around the world, making sure to load the parts you want to save, and opening any chests / other containers, and when you are done, pause, and click "Stop downloading".
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