Cloth Config API 1.18.1, 1.17.1 is a Cloth Configuration Screen for Fabric/Forge that will help you manage your cloth config files on the client side! This release includes bug fixes and some new features, so be sure to check it out!
How to install Cloth Config API?
1. Get the latest release
2. Download the attached ClothConfigAPI_1.18.1.zip and extract it to your local machine
3. Open up Fabric and go to your configs folder
4. Click on “Add” (top right corner) and select the downloaded ClothConfigAPI_1.18.1 file, then click “Add”
5. Copy the config file over to your fabric configs folder, replacing any existing files
6. Restart your forge server!
7 . Go back to your client, open up a new tab or window, hit F12 to bring up the developer tools (or press CTRL+Shift+I on Windows) and click on “Console” from the menu that appears at the top of your screen (or hit ALT+ENTER). You should see an output that
1. Allows you to quickly and easily add, edit, and remove your cloth config files from the client side
2. Allows you to save and load your cloth configs into and out of Forge, as well as delete old/unused files (you must restart your forge server to reload)
3. Allows you to easily navigate between different cloth configs using the search bar on the top right corner of the screen
4. Allows you to filter out items that are not in use by a certain pattern or color range (must restart your forge server to reload)
5. Lets you create a new config file from scratch (must restart your forge server to reload)
Cloth Config API Download:
For Minecraft 1.14.4
For Minecraft 1.15
For Minecraft 1.15.2
For Minecraft 1.16.1
For Minecraft 1.16.2
For Minecraft 1.16.3
For Minecraft 1.16.4
For Minecraft 1.16.5
For Minecraft 1.17
For Minecraft 1.17.1
For Minecraft 1.18
For Minecraft 1.18.1
1. What does the green checkmark mean? It means that the config file is loaded, but not yet applied to your cloth! You can do this by clicking on the “apply” button at the bottom of the screen, or you can hit CTRL+S to save your changes and reload your cloth.
2. Why do I have to restart my forge server? The fabric mod will not automatically load a new file once you save it, so it will just overwrite whatever is currently in use. So if you want to reload a new config file, you must restart your forge server.
3. Why can’t I delete an old/unused config file? Because fabric loads all of its files into memory when it starts up and then keeps them around for as long as it’s running. So if you delete an old/unused config file, then all of those files will be loaded again when you restart your forge server!