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What options should be changed as a default to warrant including an options.txt (as default or with a delta diff mod)?

Current ideas:

  • Disable autojump - autoJump true
  • No third-party warning - skipMultiplayerWarning true
  • No starting tutorial - tutorialStep none
  • GUI scale 3? - guiScale 3
  • B/W title screen (1.17)? - darkMojangStudiosBackground‌ true
  • Zoom key

Also I need to make a wiki page describing the changes.

Issue Analytics

  • State:closed
  • Created 3 years ago
  • Comments:13 (2 by maintainers)

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NebelNidascommented, Apr 15, 2021

My (additional) recommendations are:

  • guiScale:2: That’s the normal size Minecraft should be run at on a non-HiDPI display
  • gamma:0.5: Good middle-ground between 0% and 100% brightness
  • fov:0.5: 90° FOV is what many first-person games have today. If it’s too extreme for you, 80° (fov:0.25) would also be ok, but Minecraft’s default 70° are definitely too low.
srnyxcommented, Jun 14, 2021

In my experience, the performance decrease caused by a higher FOV is negligible, so 90° would be the best IMHO.

Well, it depends on the person’s computer. So, if a player has a better computer they can turn it up themselves, there’s no reason they can’t. But, since this modpack has the intention to reduce lag, it’s probably better not to change the FOV.

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