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Just Enough Items (JEI)
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JEI is an item and recipe viewing mod for Minecraft, built from the ground up for stability and performance.
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Dec 2, 2019

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1.12.2

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JEI is an item and recipe viewing mod for Minecraft, built from the ground up for stability and performance.

Basic Controls:
Inventory:
(Minecraft Options -> Controls)
Show Recipes: Hover over item + R
Show Uses: Hover over item + U
Toggle Item List Overlay: Control + O

Item List:
Show Recipes Click Item or type R
Show Uses : Right-Click Item or type U
Next/Previous page: Scroll Wheel

Open Config Menu: Click Wrench at bottom-right
Toggle Cheat mode: Control-Click Wrench at bottom-right

Search:
Select Search Bar: Click or Control + F
Clear Search: Right Click
Previous Search: Up Arrow
Search by Mod Name: Type @ in front of a word (@thaum)
Multiple terms work together (wand @thaum)

Exclude search terms: Type – in front of a word (@thaum -wand)

Search terms that have spaces in them: Type “” around the words (“two words”)

Recipe View:
Next/Previous page: Scroll Wheel
Show all Recipes: Click the recipe category’s name
Move items into crafting area: Click the [+] button. Shift-Click to move multiple sets of items.

Advanced Controls:

Advanced Search:
Search by Tooltip Only: Type # in front of a word
Search by OreDict name: Type $ in front of a word
Search by Creative Tab: Type % in front of a word
Multiple Searches: Separate terms with | characters, like “wrench|hammer”

With Cheat Mode Active:
Get a full stack of Items: Click Item
Get one Item: Right-Click Item
Delete Item: Drop an Item into the Item List

With Item List Edit Mode Active:
(These controls are shown in-game on the item tooltip)
Hide Item: Control-Click Item
Hide Items and Sub-Items: Control-Right-Click Item
Hide all Items from a mod: Control-Shift-Click Item

How to manually install this Just Enough Items (JEI) in Minecraft.

  1. Install Minecraft Forge. Minecraft Forge is a free add-on for the Java edition of Minecraft. With Minecraft Forge installed, you can run mods. (You won’t be able to install Minecraft Forge if you’re using the Windows 10-exclusive edition of Minecraft).
  2. Extract the mod file if necessary. If your mod file downloaded in a ZIP folder, open the folder, then click Extract, click Extract all, and click Extract when prompted.
    On a Mac, just double-click the ZIP folder to extract and open the mod’s folder.
  3. Copy the mod file. Open the mod folder’s individual folders until you find the “.jar” file for the mod, then click the “.jar” file and press either Ctrl+C (Windows) or ⌘ Command+C (Mac). On a Mac, the “.jar” file resembles a cup of coffee on a white background.
  4. Open the Minecraft launcher. Double-click the Minecraft app icon, which resembles a grassy block of dirt.
  5. Click Launch options. This tab is in the upper-right side of the window.
  6. Click Latest release. It’s in the middle of the window.
  7. Open your Minecraft installation folder. Click the green, right-facing arrow on the far-right side of the “Game directory” section to do so. This will open the folder in which Minecraft stores its files.
  8. Open the “mods” folder. Find and double-click the “mods” folder in the middle of the window. If you don’t see a “mods” folder here, create one by doing the following:
    Windows — Right-click a blank space in the folder, select New, click Folder, type in mods, and press ↵ Enter.
    Mac — Click a blank space in the folder, click File, click New Folder, type in mods, and press ⏎ Return.
  9. Paste in the mod. Click a blank space in the folder, then press either Ctrl+V (Windows) or ⌘ Command+V (Mac). You should see the mod file appear inside the “mods” folder.
  10. Play your mod. Once your mod file appears inside the “mods” folder, you can proceed with loading it in a Minecraft Singleplayer game:
    Switch from Minecraft to Minecraft Forge by clicking the arrow next to PLAY and then clicking forge in the pop-up menu.
    Click PLAY -> Wait for Forge to load. -> Click Singleplayer -> Select a world. -> Click Play Selected World

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