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There are 2 things that I tried and worked: Delete OptiFine. Please use restricted driver like nvidia-331 for nVidia graphics. You can also install sgfxi (Google for results) and execute it. sgfxi is a small script that automatically removes open graphics and replace it with restricted drivers which supports hardware acceleration.


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You can just create a folder named "mods" and put your .litemod file into it! It is super simple. Also one thing to note, WorldEditWrapper is 1.7 only, but you probably know that ;D


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Steam actually has a built in setting for you to check the FPS of any game. Go into setting and select the In-Game options and change the In-Game FPS counter to whatever position you want. This will then show some small text in one of the corners with the current FPS of the game.


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Sometimes you have to set permissions manually first via terminal - i don't know if the checkbox is enough. Execute the following command in the terminal: chmod a+x path/to/minecraft/minecraft.jar To start the game via console, execute: java -jar path/to/minecraft/minecraft.jar If that doesn't work, your JRE installation is invalid.



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