A very wonderful addition to the world of Minecraft is the Waving Plants Shaders Mod. It has come for Minecraft 1.6.2, 1.5.2 and 1.5.1. This custom shaders for the GLSL shader mod provides you with the advantage of moving around of grass, leaves, wheat, lilies, lava, vines, flowers, saplings, pumpkins, sugarcanes, cocoa, melons, mushrooms, nether warts and water. These also have the compatibility with other shaderpacks like Sonic Ether’s Unbelievable Shaders,, Sildur’s shaders and Chocapic13’s Shaders.
- First of all download GLSL Shaders and OptiFine HD
- Next download the Waving Plants Shaders Mod from the links given below
- Download Minecraft Forge and install it.
- Now navigate to your Minecraft.jar.
- Make sure to DELETE the META-INF file
- Now drag and drop the files of the Forge Folder into the jar
- Similarly drag and drop the contents of the GLSL Shaders folder into the jar
- Place the files of the OptiFine folder into the jar
- Now open Minecraft and navigate to “options”
- Click on shaders and select “Open Shaderspacks folder”
- Put the Waving Plants Shaders into the folder
- Last of all select Waving Plants and select “Done”
- Unzip the Waving Plants folder.
- Find gbuffers_terrain.vsh and open it with a word editor.
- You can enable things by removing // infront of things e.g
- #define WAVING_GRASS
- You can disable things by adding // infront of things e.g
- //#define WAVING_GRASS
How to use with other Shaderpacks:
- Unzip the Waving Plants.
- Unzip the shaders that you are using
- Replace the gbuffers_terrain.vsh in your shaders with the one from Waving Plants.
- Add // infront of #define WAVING_WATER inside gbuffers_terrain.vsh if water is buggy.