Question Is there going to be a way to send custom Toasts in 1.12

Discussion in 'Community Feedback and Suggestions' started by MCDoodler, Apr 30, 2017.

  1. I don't know if this is where I should post this but:

    With new custom advancements in 1.12 is there going to be a way in the API to send Toasts to players

    Toast = Achivement/Advancement Message
  2. MiniDigger


    you will be able to make custom advancements and you will be able to give players advancements. so: yes.
    • Agree Agree x 1
  3. md_5

    Administrator Developer

    The toast titles however are hardcoded between like 3 different options, so it's not an elegant way to convey information if every message starts with "Advancement Get" / "Challenge Done" or whatever the messages are.
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  4. Yea that will be annoying, but tbh those messages dont bother me, they work perfectly for me lol
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    I hope there is a way to send Toasts in 1.12.
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  6. Legoman99573


    Recipes is another thing too, so I think custom achievements will be possible since it was redone in 1.12. plus it's still "Achievement Get" ;)
  7. Choco


    Custom advancements are certainly possible. They were programmed to work specifically with JSON files in the world/data folder and were meant to be as flexible for the user as possible. What md_5 is saying is that the title of every toast notification will have "Challenge Completed!", "Recipe Unlocked", etc. which can be rather obnoxious if that's not the intent of the TOAST notifications. It's not particularly ideal for conveying messages
  8. MiniDigger


    lets hope resourcepacks can change those ;)
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  9. Like what I'm wondering is if you will be able to do something like
    player.sendToast(ToastAPI.Advancement_Get, "Random String")
  10. electronicboy

    IRC Staff

    No, because Mojang doesn't expose it like that, you'd have to create an achievement for the client and then grant the player the achievement
  11. You could create the achievement, grant the player the achivement and then directly remove/destroy it. Would be pretty cool, I guess.