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Opis provides an in-game mini-map mode, which, when toggled on, is a full-screen GUI. Essentially, it is a bigger and interactive version of the circular minimap in the top-right corner.

Features in-game mini-map for multiplayer and singleplayerEdit

  • The areas explored are saved and can be viewed by scrolling or zooming the map, even when one is in a completely different part of the world.
  • Includes a full screen map GUI. The player can set waypoints by right-clicking, pan map by click dragging, and zoom with the mouse wheel.
  • New in 2.0.3: Now includes a circular mini-map mode. This can be enabled in the options GUI.
  • New in 2.0.4: The map resolution can be changed while the game is running through the options GUI.
  • The colors for blocks are automatically generated from the block's texture.
  • Includes support for custom texture packs.
  • Inclues support for blocks added by mods.
  • Biomes are now colored appropriately.
  • The entire map can be written to a PNG image.
  • Explored chunks are also saved in Anvil format from multiplayer servers, so one can view the world using tools such as Eihort.
  • When in the Nether the mini-map shows effective location in the Overworld. This makes placing portals easier.
  • Short range underground mode shows air, water and lava around the player.
  • All block colors configurable, including extended block ID's.

It functions like the maps in many RPGs, showing both the immediate surroundings and everywhere that has been explored by the user previously.

After exploration, use "P" when the map is toggled on to create a PNG screenshot of everywhere currently explored.

General Key BindingsEdit

  • "N" toggles mini-map between normal, large, and hidden.
  • "M" opens/closes the interactive map GUI.
  • "," toggles which marker group is shown.
  • "." teleports to nearest visible marker in the direction you are facing.
  • "Page Up" zooms out.
  • "Page Down" zooms in.

Map GUI Key BindingsEdit

  • "M" opens/closes the interactive map GUI.
  • "Spacebar" cycles through marker groups.
  • "Delete" deletes the selected marker.
  • "Home" centers map on the player.
  • "End" centers the map on the selected marker.
  • "N" selects next marker in current group.
  • "C" changes color of the selected marker.
  • "P" writes currently displayed area of map to PNG.
  • "T" teleport to selected marker or to cursor position.
  • "L" toggles map scaling filter between linear (blurred) and nearest (sharp).
  • "1" toggles display of coordinates in game.
  • "2" toggles rotating circular mini-map mode.
  • "R" regenerates the currently displayed area of the map. Use after changing texture packs.
  • "Page Up" zooms out.
  • "Page Down" zooms in.
  • Left click dragging the map pans the view.
  • Mouse wheel zooms the map view.
  • Right-clicking the map sets a new marker.
  • Left-clicking a marker selects it.
  • Left-click-dragging a selected marker moves it.
  • Mouse wheel on the selected marker cycles the marker color.
  • Arrow keys pan the map.

Key bindings can be altered similarly to the vanilla Minecraft controls. 

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