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FOV
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Color Theme
Lighting and Textures
Light
.6

Shadow Mapping
Strength
144

Yaw
144

Pitch
45

Random Vertex Distortion
Scale
0

File and Save Tab

Mouse Settings
Sensitivity
1

Player Movement
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Version 1.2

  • Increased accuracy for player hit detection and movement.
  • New scripting feature for the brush, selection, and generator tools.
  • Added ability to interact with some blocks, lever, door, etc.
  • Improved GUI layout and addeed brand new color theme options
  • Lots of block models added for missing blocks.
  • New option to show ground plane with color setting.
  • Added full read and write NBT support for schematic files.
  • Improved blockpicker and action bar with easier block and tool picking.
  • Lots of fixes to window movement and resizing, new snapping ability added.
  • New file browser lets you browse and open publicly saved schematics.
  • Support for locally saved settings and custom user scripts.
  • Lots of new improvements and fixes to world rendering.

Version 1.1

  • Everything else not mentioned above...

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Cubical is the most advanced online editor, creator and viewer for Minecraft compatible projects and builds.

What makes cubical special compared to other editors is that it was designed to be very similar to an ingame experience. This means that most of the movement controls and other features like turning gravity on and off (flying), using proper block hit detection for movement, even interacting with some blocks, like doors work very similar to what you are already used to.

What is cubical?

Cubical is the most advanced online editor, creator and viewer for Minecraft, and other voxel compatible projects and builds.

What makes cubical special is that it was designed to be very similar to an ingame experience. This means that you can actually do a lot of the common things you would normally, like turning gravity on and off (flying), using proper block hit detection for movement, even interacting with some blocks, like doors.

Here are a few of the things that are possible with cubical.

Build and save new creations using standard blocks and powerful tools.
Open and edit projects or old builds you've created, or downloaded.
Share your projects to others so they may explore, edit and share.
All of this directly from your browser, no external downloads needed!

Getting Started
Basic Controls

Mouse
Left Break Block/Rotate View
Middle Lock Cursor
Right Place Block/Interact
Wheel Cycle Hotbar

Keybinds
W Move Forward
S Move Backwards
A Strafe Left
D Strafe Right
Z Move Down

Space Move Up/Jump
Shift Sprint
Keys 0 - 9 Change to numbered action bar item

Advanced Keybinds
General Tips

-You can use the mouse scroll on almost all number input boxes for tools to increase or decrease the given values.

-Windows will snap when moved or resized near the edge of another window or panel, this can be disabled by holding the Alt key.

-Windows can be minimized by double clicking the top title bar.

-The main window view can be toggled to maximize and revert by double clicking on the top toolbar.

-You can open the block picker window three ways, by pressing the 'b' key, by double clicking the action bar, or by clicking a material input in any tool panel.

-Blocks and tools can be dragged around the action bar to swtich positions, or dropped into the main view area to remove them completely.

-Clicking the filename on the bottom left part of the status bar will allow you to rename or resize the currently open file.

Selection Tools

The selection tools allows you to modify, create or edit a specific cuboid area. Once a selection tool is active the user may use the left click button to toggle the corners positions of the desired area. Once selected you can run the tool over the current area by clicking the 'Run' button.

Custom Filter
Fill Selection
Brush Tools

Brush tools allow you to edit the current world with differing brush interactions. In order to use them you must select a brush tool in the menu, then set the parameters to what you like, then double click or drag the tool icon to the action bar, where it can be used with left and right click interactions within the world.

Block Brush
Bump Brush
Custom Brush
Erode Brush
Fill Brush
Overlay Brush
Sphere Brush
Tree Brush
Generator Tools

The main difference between the generator tools and the others is that the generator tool always creates a new file when it runs. Some tools have a size setting to use, while others are set based on other parametesrs of the tool.

3D Text Generator
Custom Generator
Terrain Generator
Save File...
SCH Schematic File
MCEdit & WorldEdit
NBT Structure File
Minecraft Structures
BO2 Block File
WorldPainter & MCTCP
SHP Shape File
Build Commands
PNG Image File
Image Editor & Viewers
Open Files...
Drag and drop files onto the canvas, or use the file dialog box shown below.
Open File Dialog
Supported Formats
SCH Schematic File
MCEdit & WorldEdit
NBT Structure File
Minecraft Structures
BO2 Block File
WorldPainter & MCTCP
Loaded Files
New File...




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