Curious... does this answer/link to 1.9.2 apply to current Minecraft version for Windows 10? If so how?
It appears (currently) only support up to 1.9.x?
This seems to be a subtle point I missed in my path of:
son wants to learn to mod minecraft,
friend suggests buying Modding Minecraft book,
book seems pretty good,
website seems legit,
people say it should work...
But I missed a subtle point regarding details of Windows 10, Pocket Edition, and Mojang versus Microsoft distribution points.
For reference the system reqs which are difficult to find in the first place on your public pages currently read:
( https://www.learntomod.com/minecraft-modding-features/#main )
If your system meets the minimum requirements for Minecraft*, your system meets the requirements for LearnToMod! LearnToMod is compatible with the paid For Windows or For Mac desktop/laptop version of Minecraft available from Mojang.
LearnToMod is not compatible with Minecraft Pocket Edition, which is the version made for tablets, chromebooks, and smart phones. LearnToMod is also not compatible with console versions of Minecraft. LearnToMod has limited functionality on Linux.
NOTE: tablets, chromebooks, and smart phones <-- not mentioned is a Windows 10 PC or laptop (such that I am using) will not work either.
Having discussed things with some friends my understanding is:
The Windows 10 version of Minecraft is now a PE based version (which was announced as intended well before it happened), but yet it is no good for use with your website and services.
It's the details that will get you
So my question: Will you be supporting Windows 10, Microsoft released, versions in the future?
If the answer is: not ever, or even if not for the next N months in the near future, I would kindly ask you make that more obvious on your public facing pages and product description, so others, such as myself, won't fall into this trap of wasted time. On the plus side, the book appears to have covered a "free trial" minus cost of book -- so almost plus there -- if support for latest version is ever supported (as implied by the book, page 10: ...it's version 1.8. By the time you read this, it might be up to version 8.1. They are always updating... Change it to the most recent version...
I would also suggest having the book recalled from all distributors if it is so outdated (I recently bought it at Barnes and Noble) - I will be informing them of my discovery, and will likely contact Wiley as well.
your material seems useful - if only it could be used
thanks again, hope you update - please let me know if you do