TooManyItems Mod for Minecraft 1.7.10/1.7.9/1.7.2

Too many items 1.6.1/1.5.2Minecraft Too Many Items Mod by Marglyph. TMI for 1.7.10/1.7.9/1.7.2 is a must have modification for every Minecraft miner. It’s a inventory management tool which allows you to create and enchant your inventory items in-game you can create stacks, tools as much as you want. It also have a save/load feature for backing-up entire inventories.

Description: Inventory/items modification for Java based game, Minecraft.
Developer: Marglyph
Filesize: 108 kB
Release date: 28 June, 2014
Version: v1.7.10, v1.7.9, v1.7.2 and v1.6.4
Compatibility: Mac, Windows, Linux

Download TooManyItems Mod for Minecraft:

For 1.7.10

For 1.7.5

For 1.7.4

For 1.7.2

For 1.6.4

For 1.6.2

For 1.5.2

Last Updated on 27 February, 2014

Too Many Items for minecraft

[How-to] Install TooManyItems in Minecraft (windows):

For Forge:

  • Download the TMI for Forge from link above.
  • Download and install Forge using its installer. Run the game once to complete its installation
  • Open Start Menu, type %appdata%/.minecraft/mods and hit OK.
  • Move the TMI zip file into the mods folder and you’re done.

For Normal (vanilla):

  1. Download the normal version of TooManyItems mod according to your game version.
  2. Download MCPatcher for your game version and run it.
  3. Go to File Menu > Refresh Version List > Let it analyse files
  4. Select your Minecraft profile and game version from drop-down menus.
  5. Go to Mods Menu > Click Add > Browse to mod zip file you downloaded in Step #1
  6. Now click Patch button from McPatcher and then click test Minecraft to verify installation.

Note:
• Some features do not work in SMP mode unless you are server admin.
• Configuration file can be found in Saves folder, it’s named TooManyItems.txt
• ModLoader is required for unlimited stacks (more than 64)
• Keep a back-up of your world saves before installation.

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