X-Ray is a mod that lets you convert all blocks (which is not ore) in transparent blocks.
By pressing the “X” button on your screen you will see only the ores, you can find the Dungeons and Abandoned Mines.
That is not abnormal for players in almost every game. Occasionally, they will never go back to their authentic game although it provides persons an opportunity to encounter unique activities. Often mods are made to possibly add new features into the recreation or improve gameplay. Infrequently do mods do these things both, and are certainly not really alluring to all people.
X-Ray Mod for Minecraft Usage
Activating x-ray is incredibly easy. Because of this feature, you are allowed to easily activate and de-activate the xray feature in game with a tap of key. The process is very fast, and there is almost absolutely no delay in the load out of your world. By pressing the “X” key on your keyboard; this will either activate or deactivate your xray mode.
However, when pressing the “L” key, your world will be significantly brightened to the maximum level on your screen.
Night time will look brighter than day, which is useful in mining situations.
v4.1.7 (2015-08-07) - added another Options config v4.1.6 (2015-08-03) - moved update message to the welcome screen - cleaned up and improved installer code v4.1.5 (2015-07-30) - added support for 1.8.8 - you now have to add '-Dxray.debug=true' to the JVM Arguments to show why blocks are being rendered in the game output - cleaned up installer code - added ATLauncher instances to the installer - added Technic modpacks to the installer - fixed some compatibility issues with previous configs - config directory is now fixed to .minecraft/config/xray - you can still use your old config files, but you have to copy them into this directory. - added more details to the update message
1. Install the version of Minecraft Forge that corresponds with the mod.
2. Download the Mod.
3. Drop the entire zipped file into your mods folder (Search %appdata% on your PC then go into .minecraft, then mods (create this folder if it is not there)).
4. Open Minecraft Launcher and make sure your profile is set to Forge.