Xaero's World Map

Main Features

  • Self-writing world map. Different for every world/dimension/server.
  • Interactive interface. Open by pressing M. Move the map around with your mouse and zoom in/out using the mouse wheel, similar to google maps.
  • 100% Texture Pack support. Changing the texture packs updates the whole world map and not just the new chunks.
  • Vanilla maps mode. Makes the world map look like vanilla paper maps.
  • "Footsteps" showing your most recent path.
  • Decent Nether maps.
  • Xaero's Minimap integration. Minimap will display chunks loaded by the world map. World map will display waypoints from Xaero's Minimap. Also works with Better PVP mod.

Install Guide

  • Start the version of Minecraft that you're going to install the mod for at least once.
  • Go to the official Minecraft Forge website: http://files.minecraftforge.net
  • Download and run the recommended installer for the needed Minecraft version (1.10.2, 1.9.4 etc). This should create a new "forge" profile in your Minecraft client if this is your first time using Forge (to change which Forge version to run you'll have to edit the "forge" profile).
  • Start Minecraft with the "forge" profile at least once.
  • Now middle-click (open in a new tab) the download button below, choose the latest version of the mod for your Minecraft version and click "Download (.jar)". Wait 5 seconds and click "skip ad" in the top-right corner of the page.
  • Go to "C:/Users/YOUR USER/AppData/Roaming/.minecraft/mods" or to an equivalent on other OS'. On Windows you can open the "AppData" folder by pressing windows key + R and typing in: %appdata%
  • Find your way into the "mods" folder as described in the previous step.
  • Put the mod jar you've just downloaded in the "mods" folder. You can now install any mods compatible with your Forge version by putting them in this folder.
  • Start your minecraft launcher and start the game using the "forge" profile.
  • If you are still having problems getting the mod to work, contact me. Contact info is available in the sidebar.