Web displays mod 1.12.2 and 1.10.2(watch internet on minecraft)

Алан-э-Дейл       16.09.2022 г.

Permissions & ownership

Since WebDisplays 1.12.2, every screen has an owner. Depending on the screen’s configuration, players (except the owner of course) have restricted access to that screen. The only way to change the screen owner is by either breaking the screen and re-creating it, or by using the Ownership Thief item (which is only available via the /give command).

The owner does not only have all rights on his screen, but is also responsible for sending some JavaScript queries to the server. Thus, if he is disconnected or outside the screen view range, some JavaScript functionalities will be unavailable (for instance, all JS queries provided by the Redstone Output Port will be ineffective).

Web Displays Mod Installation Guide:

  1. Make sure you have .
  2. Download Web Displays Mod and WDlibs file from link(s) below
  3. Go to Start menu. Type: %appdata%/.minecraft. Press Enter to Run %appdata%/.minecraft
  4. Go to minecraft/modsfolder. If Mods folder does not exist, create one
  5. Put Mod file into the mods folder
  6. Launch Minecraft using Forge Profile, then Open Menu

NOTE:

if you have downloaded and want to install the ‘WebDisplays-0.11.jar.zip’ file you have to add ‘MCEF’
Download link for 1.7.10:

If you don’t have 32 bit windows:

Start the . Check that the selected Profile is Forge and click on “Edit Profile”.
In the “Java Settings” category, check “Executable” and in the text field put the path to your javaw.exe from your 32 bits Java ! Click Save profile and enjoy.

To find your java 32bits path:

Usually it’s Program Files (x86) >> Java >> jre7 >> bin >> javaw.exe if this file can’t be found, then open Program Files (x86) if this directory doesn’t exist, then you have a 32bit windows, just start the game. Go to the Java directory. If it doesn’t exist or if there is no folders inside it, then please Install java 32 bits.

Now open the jreX folder or jdk1.X.Y_Z where X is at least 7 (can be higher but NOT lower. If it’s lower, install java 7 32 bits). Open the bin folder. You have found you java 32 bits path. Copy it and past it in the “Executable” field, don’t forget to add javaw.exe after it.

Java 32bit download:

Go and select “Windows offline (32-bit)”.

Web Displays Mod Recipes:

The screen:

First, you need to craft 16×9 = 144 = 64 + 64 + 16 web screens blocks crafted like this:

So, in fact, you will need 9 rose red, 9 catcus green, 9 lapis lazuli, and 54 glass panes. Then, build a 16×9 wall with them, and right click on the side where you want the screen to appear (check that you don’t have any items in your hand). That’s it, you created your screen. Shift-Right Click to change the URL. To click on a link/button, simply right-click it with nothing in the hand.

Peripherals:

Peripherals are blocks that can be connected to a screen using the Wireless Linker:

You have to right click the screen first and then the peripheral with it. Note that peripherals can be wherever you want in the world, there is no distance from the screen limit. It just have to be in the same dimension.

Peripheral #1: The keyboard:

To type things in the web screen, you’ll need the keyboard:

After linking it to a screen with the linker, just right-click it with nothing in the hand, type whatever you want, and press Escape when you have done.

Peripheral #2: The Computer Interface:

If you want to use ComputerCraft
to interact with the screen, here is the computer interface:

After linking it to a screen using the linker, place a computer next to it. You can access its functions using peripheral.wrap(“SIDE_OF_THE_INTERFACE”)

To know which functions are available; you can watch my little tutorial here:

Peripheral #3: The Repeater:

This peripheral is a little bit special; it’ll repeat what a real screen will show (called “source”), but on another screen (called “repeater).

Build two 16×9 screen (using web screens blocks). Turn on the source screen (right-click it with nothing in the hand). Then, select it by right-clicking it using the wireless linker. Once the source has been selected, click on the second screen using the linker
. That’s it

Peripheral #4: The Remote Controller:

Crafted like this:

The Remote Controller once linked to a screen will enable you to change the URL of its linked screen wherever you want; this might be usefull to make a screen control room and change the URL from far.

Changelogs:

  • Now searches for a 32 bits Java in EVERY hard drives.
  • Added option to manually browse for a 32 bits JRE (ADVANCED USERS).
  • Updated WebDisplays to 0.8.

Web Displays Mod Recipes:

The screen:

First, you need to craft 16×9 = 144 = 64 + 64 + 16 web screens blocks crafted like this:

So, in fact, you will need 9 rose red, 9 catcus green, 9 lapis lazuli, and 54 glass panes. Then, build a 16×9 wall with them, and right click on the side where you want the screen to appear (check that you don’t have any items in your hand). That’s it, you created your screen. Shift-Right Click to change the URL. To click on a link/button, simply right-click it with nothing in the hand.

Peripherals:

Peripherals are blocks that can be connected to a screen using the Wireless Linker:

You have to right click the screen first and then the peripheral with it. Note that peripherals can be wherever you want in the world, there is no distance from the screen limit. It just have to be in the same dimension.

Peripheral #1: The keyboard:

To type things in the web screen, you’ll need the keyboard:

After linking it to a screen with the linker, just right-click it with nothing in the hand, type whatever you want, and press Escape when you have done.

Peripheral #2: The Computer Interface:

If you want to use ComputerCraft
to interact with the screen, here is the computer interface:

After linking it to a screen using the linker, place a computer next to it. You can access its functions using peripheral.wrap(“SIDE_OF_THE_INTERFACE”)

To know which functions are available; you can watch my little tutorial here:

Peripheral #3: The Repeater:

This peripheral is a little bit special; it’ll repeat what a real screen will show (called “source”), but on another screen (called “repeater).

Build two 16×9 screen (using web screens blocks). Turn on the source screen (right-click it with nothing in the hand). Then, select it by right-clicking it using the wireless linker. Once the source has been selected, click on the second screen using the linker
. That’s it

Peripheral #4: The Remote Controller:

Crafted like this:

The Remote Controller once linked to a screen will enable you to change the URL of its linked screen wherever you want; this might be usefull to make a screen control room and change the URL from far.

Как установить мод Web Displays для Minecraft:

  1. Для начала совершите установку
  2. Далее скачайте данный мод и библиотеку «WDlibs» (ссылка ниже)
  3. Откройте директорию игры (%appdata%\.minecraft) и найдите в ней папку mods (создайте, если её нет)
  4. Поместите туда скаченный вами файл
  5. Теперь все! Можно играть

Если у вас не 32-битный Windows:

Как найти путь к 32-битной Java:
Обычно, путь выглядит следующим образом: «Program Files (x86)/Java/jre7/bin/javaw.exe». Если папки Program Files (x86) не существует, значит у вас 32-битный Windows – просто запускайте игру. Если же у вас нет папки Java или она пуста, значит необходимо установить 32-битную Java. Наконец, убедитесь, что у вас установлена Java 7 или выше.

Web Displays Mod 1.11.2/1.10.2/1.7.10 (Internet, Cinema, Youtube) for Minecraft 1.7.10, 1.6.4, 1.6.2

Updated: May 31, 2017

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Web Displays Mod 1.11.2/1.10.2
adds a Web Screen Block! So, what do you think this block will do ? Well, when you place a few of those blocks (144 in fact) in a 16x9x1 surface shape, and you right-click it, a real web browser shows up. You can go on YouTube, watch some videos or listen to your favourites musics, or watch the stream of your favourite streamer, and everything in-game.

Рецепты мода Web Displays:

Экран:

Вам понадобится дисплей размером 16×9 . Для этого необходимо изготовить 144 (2 стака + 16) экранных блока
по следующему рецепту:

стеклянных панелиПКМ
Shift+ПКМ
ПКМ

Периферийные устройства:

К их числу относятся дополнительные компоненты для управления дисплеем. Все они соединяются с экраном благодаря беспроводному транслятору
:

ПКМ
нужному устройству

Устройство #1. Клавиатура:

Она позволяет вводить данные на экран:

ПКМ
Esc

Устройство #2. Интерфейс компьютера:

Позволяет взаимодействовать с экраном с помощью мода :

peripheral.wrap(“SIDE_OF_THE_INTERFACE”)

Устройство #3. Дупликатор:

Он представляет собой встроенную функцию для экрана, позволяющую транслировать изображение одного дисплея на другом.

Для этого создайте 2 экрана площадью 16×9 блоков. Включите главный экран и щёлкните по нему ПКМ
с помощью транслятора. Затем проделайте то же самое со вторым экраном, и он выступит в роли дупликатора!

Устройство #4. Пульт управления:

Изготавливается по следующему рецепту:

Recipes:

The screen:

First, you need to craft 16×9 = 144 = 64 + 64 + 16 web screens blocks crafted like this:

So, in fact, you will need 9 rose red, 9 catcus green, 9 lapis lazuli, and 54 glass panes. Then, build a 16×9 wall with them, and right click on the side where you want the screen to appear (check that you don’t have any items in your hand). That’s it, you created your screen. Shift-Right Click to change the URL. To click on a link/button, simply right-click it with nothing in the hand.

Peripherals:

Peripherals are blocks that can be connected to a screen using the Wireless Linker:

You have to right click the screen first and then the peripheral with it. Note that peripherals can be wherever you want in the world, there is no distance from the screen limit. It just have to be in the same dimension.

Peripheral #1: The keyboard:

To type things in the web screen, you’ll need the keyboard:

After linking it to a screen with the linker, just right-click it with nothing in the hand, type whatever you want, and press Escape when you have done.

Peripheral #2: The Computer Interface:

If you want to use ComputerCraft
to interact with the screen, here is the computer interface:

After linking it to a screen using the linker, place a computer next to it. You can access its functions using peripheral.wrap(“SIDE_OF_THE_INTERFACE”)

To know which functions are available; you can watch my little tutorial here:

Peripheral #3: The Repeater:

This peripheral is a little bit special; it’ll repeat what a real screen will show (called “source”), but on another screen (called “repeater).

Build two 16×9 screen (using web screens blocks). Turn on the source screen (right-click it with nothing in the hand). Then, select it by right-clicking it using the wireless linker. Once the source has been selected, click on the second screen using the linker
. That’s it

Peripheral #4: The Remote Controller:

Crafted like this:

The Remote Controller once linked to a screen will enable you to change the URL of its linked screen wherever you want; this might be usefull to make a screen control room and change the URL from far.

Story

  1. A webpage connects to the Server via a URI like this:

  2. A local display client specified by the URI will be forked and executed
    by the Server.

  3. The local dipslay client then connencts to the Server via UnixSocket:

    • The Server will create a shadow frame buffer for the client according to
      the resolution of the local display client. The pixel format of the shadow FB
      will be always RGB888.

    • The local display client sends the dirty rectangle and raw pixels of the
      display to the Server via the UnixSocket (/var/tmp/web-display-server).

    • The server converts the pixels to RGB888 format and stores to the shadow
      frame buffer.

    • The Server sends the input events received from the web client to the
      display client via the UnixSocket.

  4. The Server encodes the pixels in the accumulated dirty rectangle
    in PNG format, saves the PNG files to the specific directory, and sends
    the dirty information to the web client. The information will be a
    WebSocket binary packet and contain:

    • The dirty rectangle of the display.
    • The URL of the PNG files.
  5. The web client can send the keyboard and touch events to the Server.
    The server forwards the events to the display client. In this way,
    a web user can interact with the remote display client.

In your webpage, please use to connect to the Web Display Server
and render the pixels in a canvas in your HTML5 page.

Refer to the directory for a complete example.

Screenshots and recipes:

Crafting Recipes:

The Screen:

First, you need to craft 16×9 = 144 = 64 + 64 + 16 web screens blocks crafted like this:

So, in fact, you will need 9 rose red, 9 catcus green, 9 lapis lazuli, and 54 glass panes. Then, build a 16×9 wall with them, and right click on the side where you want the screen to appear (check that you don’t have any items in your hand). That’s it, you created your screen. Shift-Right Click to change the URL. To click on a link/button, simply right-click it with nothing in the hand.

The minePad:

Ok, so you have a web browser in a block; now what about a web browser in an item? Here is the minePad: YAY!

Once you created it; you need to right-click a real screen (made out of web screens blocks) and you’ll see what is shown on the screen but on your this tablet!

Peripherals:

Peripherals are blocks that can be connected to a screen using the Wireless Linker:

You have to right click the screen first and then the peripheral with it. Note that peripherals can be wherever you want in the world, there is no distance from the screen limit. It just have to be in the same dimension.

Peripheral #1: The keyboard:

To type things in the web screen, you’ll need the keyboard:

After linking it to a screen with the linker, just right-click it with nothing in the hand, type whatever you want, and press Escape when you have done.

Peripheral #2: The Computer Interface:

If you want to use ComputerCraft to interact with the screen, here is the computer interface:

After linking it to a screen using the linker, place a computer next to it. You can access its functions using peripheral.wrap(“SIDE_OF_THE_INTERFACE”)

Peripheral #3: The Repeater:

This peripheral is a little bit special; it’ll repeat what a real screen will show (called “source”), but on another screen (called “repeater).

Build two 16×9 screen (using web screens blocks). Turn on the source screen (right-click it with nothing in the hand). Then, select it by right-clicking it using the wireless linker. Once the source has been selected, click on the second screen using the linker. That’s it

Peripheral #4: The Remote Controller:

Crafted like this:

The Remote Controller once linked to a screen will enable you to change the URL of its linked screen wherever you want; this might be usefull to make a screen control room and change the URL from far.

If you don’t have 32 bit windows:

Start the Minecraft launcher. Check that the selected Profile is Forge and click on “Edit Profile”. In the “Java Settings” category, check “Executable” and in the text field put the path to your javaw.exe from your 32 bits Java ! Click Save profile and enjoy.

To find your java 32bits path:

Usually it’s Program Files (x86) >> Java >> jre7 >> bin >> javaw.exe if this file can’t be found, then open Program Files (x86) if this directory doesn’t exist, then you have a 32bit windows, just start the game. Go to the Java directory. If it doesn’t exist or if there is no folders inside it, then please Install java 32 bits.

Now open the jreX folder or jdk1.X.Y_Z where X is at least 7 (can be higher but NOT lower. If it’s lower, install java 7 32 bits). Open the bin folder. You have found you java 32 bits path. Copy it and past it in the “Executable” field, don’t forget to add javaw.exe after it.

Java 32bit download:

Go here and select “Windows offline (32-bit)”.

Showcase:
  1. Make sure you have installed Minecraft Forge and Minecraft Chromium Embedded Framework (MCEF).
  2. Download More Wires Mod for your version of the game.
  3. Locate the Minecraft application folder.
    • On windows open Run from the Start menu, type %appdata% and click Run.
    • On macOS open finder, hold down ALT, and click Go then Library in the top menu bar. Open the folder Application Support and look for Minecraft.
    • Place the mod you have just downloaded (.jar file) into the Mods folder.
  4. Put it in the ‘mods’ folder, which is located in the game folder.
  5. Enjoy

Web Displays Mod Recipes:

The screen:

First, you need to craft 16×9 = 144 = 64 + 64 + 16 web screens blocks crafted like this:

So, in fact, you will need 9 rose red, 9 catcus green, 9 lapis lazuli, and 54 glass panes. Then, build a 16×9 wall with them, and right click on the side where you want the screen to appear (check that you don’t have any items in your hand). That’s it, you created your screen. Shift-Right Click to change the URL. To click on a link/button, simply right-click it with nothing in the hand.

Peripherals:

Peripherals are blocks that can be connected to a screen using the Wireless Linker:

You have to right click the screen first and then the peripheral with it. Note that peripherals can be wherever you want in the world, there is no distance from the screen limit. It just have to be in the same dimension.

Peripheral #1: The keyboard:

To type things in the web screen, you’ll need the keyboard:

After linking it to a screen with the linker, just right-click it with nothing in the hand, type whatever you want, and press Escape when you have done.

Peripheral #2: The Computer Interface:

If you want to use ComputerCraft to interact with the screen, here is the computer interface:

After linking it to a screen using the linker, place a computer next to it. You can access its functions using peripheral.wrap(“SIDE_OF_THE_INTERFACE”)

To know which functions are available; you can watch my little tutorial here:

Peripheral #3: The Repeater:

This peripheral is a little bit special; it’ll repeat what a real screen will show (called “source”), but on another screen (called “repeater).

Build two 16×9 screen (using web screens blocks). Turn on the source screen (right-click it with nothing in the hand). Then, select it by right-clicking it using the wireless linker. Once the source has been selected, click on the second screen using the linker. That’s it

Peripheral #4: The Remote Controller:

Crafted like this:

The Remote Controller once linked to a screen will enable you to change the URL of its linked screen wherever you want; this might be usefull to make a screen control room and change the URL from far.

Copying

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JavaScript

Web pages may interact with screens using MCEF queries. These can be invoked using the following code:

1 window.mcefQuery({request "WebDisplays_{QueryName}",
2 	persistent true,
3 	onSuccess function(response) {},
4 	onFailure function(errCode, errMsg) {}
5 });

Some queries require parameters to work. Parameters are passed in the query name between parenthesis. For instance, the requires x and y parameters, so the request name should look like this: . Please note that the query names are case insensitive.

WebDisplays will return data in the JSON format through the callback.

Queries

This is a list of queries which do not require any extension to work:

Query name Arguments Return value Comment
GetSize None
GetUpgrades None The name of each upgrades can be found on their wiki page
IsOwner None Returns true if the client is the screen owner
GetRotation None Multiply by 90 to get the and in degrees
GetSide None 0 to 5 (inclusive), B-T-N-S-W-E order

Callbacks

This is a list of functions called by WebDisplays

webdisplaysUpgradesChanged() will be called when an upgrade is installed or removed from the screen

Extensibility

WebDisplays screens feature two extension mechanisms: peripherals and upgrades.

Peripherals

Peripherals are blocks which can be linked to screens using the Linking Tool. Currently, WebDisplays features 5 peripherals:

  • The Keyboard
  • The ComputerCraft Interface, disabled for the moment since ComputerCraft is not up to date
  • The OpenComputers Interface, which allows OpenComputers to interact with screens
  • The Remote Controller, which enable the user to change the browser URL remotely
  • The Redstone Controller, which changes the URL depending on a redstone signal

Upgrades

Upgrades are items that provides additionnal features to the screen. Simply right-click on the screen with an upgrade in hand to install it. To remove an upgrade, you’ll have to use a Screen Configurator.
Right now, WebDisplays offers 4 upgrades:

  • The Laser Sensor, required to use the Laser Pointer
  • The Redstone Input Port enables web pages to read the redstone levels for each screen blocks.
  • The Redstone Output Port enables web pages to make some screen blocks emit redstone signals.
  • The GPS Module adds a JavaScript function to fetch the X, Y and Z location of the screen.

How to install Web Displays Mod for Minecraft:

  • Download and install .
  • Download the mod and Minecraft Chromium Embedded Framework (MCEF)
  • Go to %appdata%.
  • Go to .minecraft/ folder.
  • If the “mods” folder does not exist you can create one.
  • Drag and drop the downloaded jar (zip) files into it.
  • Enjoy the mod.

If you don’t have 32 bit windows:

Start the Minecraft launcher. Check that the selected Profile is Forge and click on “Edit Profile”.
In the “Java Settings” category, check “Executable” and in the text field put the path to your javaw.exe from your 32 bits Java ! Click Save profile and enjoy.

To find your java 32bits path:

Usually it’s Program Files (x86) >> Java >> jre7 >> bin >> javaw.exe if this file can’t be found, then open Program Files (x86) if this directory doesn’t exist, then you have a 32bit windows, just start the game. Go to the Java directory. If it doesn’t exist or if there is no folders inside it, then please Install java 32 bits.

Now open the jreX folder or jdk1.X.Y_Z where X is at least 7 (can be higher but NOT lower. If it’s lower, install java 7 32 bits). Open the bin folder. You have found you java 32 bits path. Copy it and past it in the “Executable” field, don’t forget to add javaw.exe after it.

Всё, что вам нужно – собрать огромный экран в игровом пространстве и щёлкнуть по нему ПКМ
. С помощью него вы сможете смотреть видео, слушать музыку, и всё это в кубическом мире Майнкрафта.

Interacting with the screen

Changing the URL

To change the screen URL, sneak and right-click (again, with an empty hand) the screen.

If you forget the protocol, WebDisplays will automatically add «http://» at the beginning of your URL. The «YT» button is used to turn regular YouTube URLs to embed (full-screen) YouTube URLs. It will unlock if a YouTube URL is detected. Clicking it while holding shift will add the auto-play argument to the URL so that the embedded movie starts immediately once the page is loaded.

Please note that some videos (like music videos) do not allow embedding, so this doesn’t always work.

Clicking

There are two ways to click on the screen. The first one consists in right-clicking the screen with an empty hand. The second requires the Laser Sensor upgrade and the Laser Pointer item. How to use them is described in detail on their respective pages.

All these methods will perform left-clicks on the web browser. Currently, there is no way to right-click.

Typing

You can type using the Keyboard peripheral. After placing it, use the Linking Tool to bind it to the screen, and then right-click on the keyboard to start typing. To exit the keyboard, press Escape.

How to install Web Displays Mod for Minecraft:

  • Download and install .
  • Download the mod and Minecraft Chromium Embedded Framework (MCEF)
  • Go to %appdata%.
  • Go to .minecraft/mods folder.
  • If the “mods” folder does not exist you can create one.
  • Drag and drop the downloaded jar (zip) files into it.
  • Enjoy the mod.

If you don’t have 32 bit windows:

Start the Minecraft launcher. Check that the selected Profile is Forge and click on “Edit Profile”.
In the “Java Settings” category, check “Executable” and in the text field put the path to your javaw.exe from your 32 bits Java ! Click Save profile and enjoy.

To find your java 32bits path:

Usually it’s Program Files (x86) >> Java >> jre7 >> bin >> javaw.exe if this file can’t be found, then open Program Files (x86) if this directory doesn’t exist, then you have a 32bit windows, just start the game. Go to the Java directory. If it doesn’t exist or if there is no folders inside it, then please Install java 32 bits.

Now open the jreX folder or jdk1.X.Y_Z where X is at least 7 (can be higher but NOT lower. If it’s lower, install java 7 32 bits). Open the bin folder. You have found you java 32 bits path. Copy it and past it in the “Executable” field, don’t forget to add javaw.exe after it.

Java 32bit download:

Go and select “Windows offline (32-bit)”.

How to install:

  • Download and install
    .
  • Download the mod.
  • Go to %appdata%.
  • Go to .minecraft/mods folder.
  • Drag and drop the downloaded jar (zip) file into it.
  • If one does not exist you can create one.
  • Enjoy the mod.

If you don’t have 32 bit windows:

Start the Minecraft launcher. Check that the selected Profile is Forge and click on “Edit Profile”.
In the “Java Settings” category, check “Executable” and in the text field put the path to your javaw.exe from your 32 bits Java ! Click Save profile and enjoy.

Web Displays Mod for Minecraft
introduces a Web Screen Block. Well, when you place a few of those blocks (144 in fact) in a 16x9x1 surface shape, and you right-click it, a real web browser shows up.

You can go on YouTube, watch some videos or listen to your favourites musics, or watch the stream of your favourite streamer, and everything in-game.

You can create a large screen and do almost anything on the internet that you normally would do.

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