kennytvs-epic-force-close-loading-screen-mod-for-fabric

kennytvs-epic-force-close-loading-screen-mod-for-fabric

Mod

Instantly closes the loading terrain screen on world changing and drastically reduces the resource pack loading screen duration

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kennytvs-epic-force-close-loading-screen-mod-for-fabric

1. World joining, loading, and reconfiguring screen

This mod fully disables the world loading screen and reconfiguration screen. This may cause a brief/temporary client to server position desync in Vanilla, but will provide a normal-ish experience where you just don't see the loading screen briefly flash on Paper/modded servers.

2. Resource pack loading screen

This mod also drastically reduces the resource pack loading screen duration by simply removing the forced fade-in and fade-out, which will be especially obvious on otherwise fast loading packs.

Resource pack loading

3. Server switches

Preview (mildly flashing screen)

Server switches

This also happens to fix a Sodium issue of having a 30 seconds long loading terrains screen on Paper servers.

Known incompatibilities

  • Feather client
  • FastLoad

Original issue (up to and including Minecraft 1.19.2/mod version 1.1.1)

THE TEXT BELOW ONLY APPLIES TO 1.18.2-1.19.2 WITH MOD VERSION 1.1.1

Say goodbye to seeing the world loading screen for 2-5 seconds when joining a server or switching worlds Since 1.18.2, the client only quits the world loading screen once the chunk it is in has been received... and at least 2 seconds have passed.

By default, the mod fixes that behavior. Additionally, you can also fully get rid of the screen. This mod also happens to fix an infinite-loading issue with Sodium on Paper servers on join/respawn.

Yeeting the screen entirely

If you want to fully kill the world loading screen, you can toggle a config option (you need modmenu and Cloth Config API for that). Keep in mind this reintroduces a client bug where you can briefly (only visually) fall through the world if your network connection is slow or the server is loading chunks very slowly after a world change.

Here are video comparisons of Vanilla vs. the mod with the instant-close option enabled:

Server joining (1 vs. 3 seconds)

Server join

World changing (0 vs. 2 seconds)

World change

Credits to the well-thought-out name and amazing icon go to mdcfe.

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Project members

kennytv

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Technical information

License
MIT
Client side
required
Server side
unsupported
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