Minecraft is a great game, but the inventory can get cumbersome. Fortunately for you there are many different mods to help manage your inventories and make things easier on yourself! One such mod that should be at the top of anyone’s list when they start playing Minecraft would have to be NEI (Not Enough Items).
It’s similar in nature as JEI so if it doesn’t work with other add-ons then go ahead an check out Waila too–they both do just about everything a player might need from their robots without pesky bug glitches like before where we had them only one day or another week apart…
Not Enough Items Mod Installation
Just like with the majority of the Forge-based mods, this superb mod employs the typical setup process.
- Download the version of this mod you need, download buttons are below.
- Catch the downloaded file.
- Drop and place the downloaded file from the mods folder inside Minecraft’s directory (%appdata%/.minecraft/mods).
- Play Minecraft with the latest Forge version, or the edition of your choice.
- Enjoy, this is awesome.
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In fact, NEI is applied to almost all servers, so I think there is no one who does not use it.
If you didn’t know, you didn’t know. If you know, it’s an essential mod.
But in case some of you don’t know about NEI.
As it is a very useful mod, it is decorated first in the [Other Mode] section.
The Not Enough Items mod, commonly referred to as NEI, is also useful for vanilla players.
This mod is even more useful for those who use a lot of mods.
Because it tells the recipe for many items.
After installing the NEI mod, if you open the inventory window, you will see the following screen.
(The default setting of NEI is that it can also be opened with the O key. Pressing the O key once more will cause the NEI to disappear.)
In my case, it’s a multi-server in survival mode, so the settings are messed up, so it comes out like this
At first, something else appears in the upper left corner. That’s what I’ll tell you in another screenshot.
1. This is an option button. You can set various options regarding NEI.
2. This is the item set button. You can view items by mode.
3. This is the search bar. If you do a search there, you will find the item.
(Various searches such as item name, code, mode, and description are supported.)
4. This is the item screen. A list of items matching your search appears. This is currently the default.
(+It is not in the screenshot above, but if you open the NEI window in Single, there is a +- button and a number below the item list.
In single, left-clicking on an item in the item list will acquire the maximum stack of that item, and right-clicking will acquire one.
At that time, adjust the number with the +- button below and left-click to acquire an item equal to that number.
Hold shift and press the +- button to move by 10.)
I tried pressing the diamond block in the NEI item list.
You can see that the recipe for the diamond block appears.
This time I tried iron.
It shows you how to make iron.
By the way, you can see arrows in the diamond block and here as well.
Here, up arrows refer to different machine-specific recipes. (Obviously, other acquisition methods are correct.)
Down arrows show different recipes on the same machine.
Pressing the middle progress bar will show you all the recipes you can make with that machine.
In the recipe window, press the Backspace (←) key to return to the previous screen.
There are other ways to view the recipe besides searching and clicking.
There is also a way to place the cursor over an item and press R (Recipe).
If you press U (Usage), an item recipe that can be made with that item appears.
(+ If multiple mods are installed, there are cases where multiple mods support the same item.
Items of the same type are stored in the Ore Dictionary and can be used in different modes.
NEI recognizes this and alternates between ingredients in the recipe if they are available with other ingredients in the Ore Dictionary.
If you hold down the shift key at this time, the material will not change.)
NEI listings are available wherever inventory is held.
In other words, you can open the Crafting Table.
If you search for an item through NEI in the crafting table, a question mark button will appear in the lower right corner like that.
press that question mark button
In this way, the recipe is projected onto the crafting table.
This time I took out 8 trees from the box.
And just like before, I opened the recipe at the crafting table.
This time I held shift and pressed the question mark button.
I opened a box containing some ore. There are lots of ores.
Among them, I want to find the ore I want.
In this case, double-click the search bar and type in the search term you want to find.
If you are confused about the search term when doing a search, you can use ? as a wild card to search.
1. This is the Discard button. If you left-click an item after clicking the button, the item is deleted.
If you left-click while holding down shift, all items in the current inventory screen will be deleted.
2. It is the Rain button. You can make it rain and stop with the push of a button.
3. This is the Gamemode button. You can change the game mode by pressing the button.
4. Magnet button. When pressed, nearby discarded items will fly towards the character.
You can set the time you want through 4 time setting buttons.
Press the HP Recovery button to recover HP.
Left-click the Save Item button to save the current item.
After that, it changes to the Load button, and you can load the item you saved when you saved it.
You can change the name by right-clicking the Save Item button.
This is the last feature of NEI to be introduced today.
Press the F7 key on your keyboard to display a marker like the image.
Unmarked areas, such as where my character is currently standing, are safe areas.
Areas marked with a yellow X are safe during the day, but where monsters can appear at night.
The area marked with a red X is an area where monsters can appear both day and night.