INVedit – Inventory Editor is the (more like “some kind of”) successor of NBTedit. With it you can create your own porta- wait, wrong game. You can use it to edit your inventory both Singleplayer and Multiplayer, if you’re the server host.
List of Features
- Edit item names, lore, color (leather armor) and player (heads).
- Add, edit and remove enchantments on items. It is possible to give any item any enchantment with any level.
- Edit books. This includes title, author, content and whether it’s “signed”.
- Loads blocks and items from the enclosed files. This means anyone is able to update INVedit themselves, add items from mods, etc.
- Groups for faster access of individual blocks.
- Search box lets you filter items.
- If possible, displays item damage as bar.
- Stacks items almost like in the game itself.
- Tabs for editing multiple inventories simultaneously. You can move items between tabs.
- Quick load and save.
- Automatic updating.
INVedit usually is forward-compatible with new versions of Minecraft, new items will just be missing.
You will need the .NET Framework 4.0 (Client Profile) to run this – you usually have this already installed. You can find it here (web installer) or here. May also work with Mono or Wine on Linux and Mac, but there is no guarantee or support. If you’re an unexperienced Mac or Ubuntu user, this is probably not the right tool for you. There are a few unofficial tutorials on how to do it, but I really suggest using a different tool or mod.
- Click New if you want to create a completely new inventory.
- Click Open to open an .inv or .dat file.
- Now edit your inventory by dragging and dropping items from the item list at the right, moving them around or modifying their count or damage.
- At last, Save it as and .inv file or save over an existing .dat file to modify the inventory inside.
- Make sure you exit the world before editing it, the changes won’t affect a running game.
Delete: Deletes the selected item.
Normal: Move/swap items.
Ctrl: Copy items. Overwrites existing items.
Alt: Split items. Like right-clicking ingame.
When item slot is selected and scrolling the mouse wheel:
Normal: Change count.
Shift: Change damage.
Ctrl: Modify x4.
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Credits to copboy.
Category: Minecraft Tools