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Tinkers Construct has Bedrockium parts (that you can't obtain I think?). ExtraTiC with ExtraUtilities also adds Bedrockium, but it is slightly different. I would like to make it such that smelting Bedrockium gives the TiCon fluid instead of the ExtraTiC one. Is there a way this can be done?

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  • Like, should I just disable ExtraUtilities support in ExtraTiC? There seems to be some support in TiCon itself.
    – kutschkem
    Commented Jun 28, 2015 at 20:08

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Yes, you can overwrite smelting recipes with MineTweaker + modTweaker.

Read up on how to use Minetweaker here:
http://minetweaker3.powerofbytes.com/wiki/Main_Page

The modtweaker documentation for Tinker's construct is here:
http://minetweaker3.powerofbytes.com/wiki/ModTweaker:TConstruct_Support

You can download them here if you don't have them yet
http://minetweaker3.powerofbytes.com/downloads.html
http://minecraft.curseforge.com/mc-mods/220954-modtweaker

You would have to remove the recipe that makes the bad liquid bedrock from bedrockium. Then add one to make the kind you want from bedrockium.

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  • I tried to get this working in game so I could just write the script for you, but the smelter didn't melt bedrockium at all and I saw no sign of bedrock TC parts in NEI. If you give me a list of all involved mods and their versions I'll try again.
    – Faxn
    Commented Jul 24, 2015 at 16:32
  • Bedrockium from ExtraUtilities
    – kutschkem
    Commented Aug 2, 2015 at 20:40
  • I have an instance with No form of liquid bedrock or bedrock tools available. ExtraTic, ExtraUtilities and TiCon are installed. Could you try installing minetweaker and Modtweaker, then running /mt liquids and posting your minetweaker.log here. That should make the sources and identities of the liquids clear.
    – Faxn
    Commented Aug 4, 2015 at 16:14

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