Before “Modified Vanilla” and “Vanilla enhanced”. This is a TP/RP that would improve UI and other assets. Actually, this is a testing TP made in the fall of 2016, oriented to port menus and container/inventory GUI textures from Java Edition to Bedrock Edition more easily and efficiently! Currently, Vanilla Deluxe Texture Pack (1.19, 1.18) is a tool that allows you to port Java GUI Containers textures easily while bringing some improvement in some basic interfaces. And was originally made first since autumn 2016 (Started with HUD and Java Inventory) and continued to the present day with the current features.

Features:

At the moment there are 3 types:

Java Edition UI: Convert base game interface to Java Edition interface style! Of course, not all screens were modified, but I will add more in future versions!

Mixed UI: It is the improved version of the HUD UI and inventory containers still with the base game style, with the small combination of Java Edition and Legacy Console Edition parts.

PvP (Java Edition 1.8) UI: The same between Mixed UI and Java UI, but, the UI design is mainly based on JE 1.8, the version most used to play PvP servers. Now has almost clear Chat BG and Scoreboard BG without red score numbers.

Bottom Chat UI: Is a standalone version of the Bottom Chat UI in HUD and the main message screen without need of main packs resources, keeping the original UI from Minecraft Bedrock.

Currently, it is a tool that allows you to port Java GUI Containers textures easily while bringing some improvement in some basic interfaces. And was originally made first since autumn 2016 (Started with HUD and Java Inventory) and continued to the present day with the current features.

  • Java Edition UI designs with 70% accuracy.
  • Main screens, menus, and inventories have been modified, not all, but I will add more screens in future versions! 😉
  • Some Java GUI textures were ported to Bedrock Edition.
  • Some UI customizations by “ui/_global_variables.json”.
  • Recipe Book Concept for furnace, only for Java UI.

Comparisons:

Main screens:

Inventory screens:

Misc:

*Only applied when used on top than main Java UI pack.

How to deactivate this resource pack?

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If this is your first time experimenting with the UI, just go to “Options…”, and click the button where it says: “Resource Packs…”.

And then this screen comes out and you can deactivate this. That’s all.

Screenshots:

How to install:

  1. Open .mcpack to launch Minecraft and import the resource pack automatically.
  2. Settings > Global Resources > Apply the resource pack.
  3. Enjoy the Vanilla Deluxe Texture Pack: Java UI!

Vanilla Deluxe Texture Pack (1.19, 1.18) Download Links

For Bedrock Edition 1.19, 1.18

Java UI (Main pack): Download from server 1

Mixed UI (Atl pack): Download from server 1

PvP UI (Atl pack): Download from server 1

Bottom Chat UI (Stand alone): Download from server 1

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