GhostHawk wrote:Also, I built a roadway over the subway from the castle to VSMBXVillage. It is by no means finished, but the path is there. I'm thinking arches, and some artificial scenery will make it look better once all the jagged blocks are smoothed out.
Also, just to help any of you out that are having lag issues, I have a few things to help you out here. This is only for Windows users and I assume most of you have Windows Vista/7/8, so.
First off, I suggest you turn down the "Fog" or "Visible Chunks" or "View Distance" or whatever it is to 10 or under. Anything above 10 can
glitch or lag your system. Turn graphics settings to Fast, shut off shadows, turn the lighting to Blocky, or the minimal settings, turn particle effects to Minimal. Basically, you want to gradually turn down the graphics settings so you can maintain a steady 30 to 60 FPS.
If it still lags, even with all of the settings on minimal, install the Optifine mod and then further configure graphics settings until you maintain a steady 30 to 60 FPS.
Still lag? Try installing the latest version of Java. If that doesn't work, try updating your Graphics Drivers. If that still
doesn't work, follow these steps below.
Open CONTROL PANEL.
Type 'Java' inside the 'Search Control Panel' box.
Click the Java icon that pops up.
Click the Java tab.
Assure there is only ONE line in here, any more lines could cause issues.
If you have multiple lines uninstall all versions of Java from your system and download Java JDK 7 from the following link.
Make sure you check first to see what your OS is. If it's 32-bit (x32), get the 32-bit version, if it's 64-bit (x64), get the 64-bit version.
Change Runtime Parameters to: -Xincgc -Xmx2048M
Change it depending on how much RAM you have. For 32-bit Operating Systems 768M is recommended. I use a 64-bit OS and I run it on 2048M
If you have 64-bit, or that doesn't work, continue to try the following:
As I said, this varies depending on how much System RAM you have.
If you still, after all of this, find that Minecraft is lagging, you might need to update your computer hardware entirely.