Tutorial 1.18 Episode 6

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In this tutorial we explain how you can allow users to configure your mod. The Forge config system uses toml files for configuration. There are three types of configuration:

  • Client: client side configs are only relevant for the client. They are usually related to rendering, sound, and other things that are pure client side. The server doesn't know about these. These config files can be found in the config directoryof the Minecraft instance and so are global over all worlds (single and multi player)
  • Common: common configs are loaded on both the server and the client and are also stored in the global config directory. They are NOT synced which means that the client side version of these configs can differ from the server side version
  • Server: server configs are stored with the server instance (or with the world). They are stored in each <world>/serverconfig directory. Server configs are synced to the clients during connection but a client cannot override them. Note that all configs in the global defaultconfigs directory are automatically used for any new world