Shaderpackrequest

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el_schnarcho

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Can someone recommend a shaderpack which shows a bright night sky with realistic stars?! (or even galaxies?)

thx in advance :)
 

yodog_117

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#4
yeah... but with optifine I cant run any Shaders? or i it possible to run more than 1 mod at a time?
Yes it is possible to run 2 mods at the same time, I believe that you just install it with the same name as your shaders profile, however I'm not sure if I'm correct.
 

Wodleth

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#5
I have both optifine and shaders installed, works fine. But you can't see the nice resourcepacks sky with a shaderpack on :l
 

el_schnarcho

Manual Treebuilder
Oct 25, 2014
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Normaly Optifine should connect automaticly with the Shadersmod (as I saw it in some installguides) dunno why it does not work on my PC ?!

Anyway thx for ur help @yodog_117 :)

But actually it does not matter because like @wodleth said since one activates shaders the optifinesky disapeers...

xD but there has to be a shader which has a sky alike optifine somewhere! THIS IS THE INTERNET! :D



EDIT: Just realised I had installed "OptiFine_1.7.10_HD_A4.jar" but to combine it with the shadermod u need "OptiFine_1.7.10_HD_U_A4.jar"

That datafiles... goin crazy! Now it works... But does not solve my problem
:/
 
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el_schnarcho

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Oct 25, 2014
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#7