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Changed options

Fabulously Optimized changes some default options of Minecraft to improve your gameplay.
Because the pack is using YOSBR, the options will only change if you do not have options.txt or mod-specific files in config folder already, e.g. by using a clean profile. That also means you can freely update the pack without losing your settings!
P.S. This table has 5 columns. Scroll right if you can't see them!

Options

Option
Description
Vanilla
Modpack
Reason for Change
advancedItemTooltips
Enables "debugging" tooltip rows on items - item ID and durability
false
true
These are useful for much more than just "debugging" - using any commands, getting exact durability value, learning English, etc. Plus, this toggle is not visible in vanilla options so many people may not even know about it.
darkMojangStudiosBackground
Makes the splash screen black and white
false
true
Black background is less intrusive than red, partial Bedrock Edition parity
guiScale
Size of the menu and interface elements
0
3
3 is more usable on most screens, 0 (Auto) can get too large on Full HD and larger screens
joinedFirstServer
Whether to display the hint for Social Interactions
false
true
I expect my users to already know that Social Interactions can be opened with P; the screen is easily discoverable by the "Player Reporting" button
maxFps
The maximum framerate
120
260
260 means "unlimited", this is changed for better UX when VSync is disabled by the user (on fast computers/monitors)
onboardAccessibility
Indicates whether the user has not seen the accessibility onboarding screen
true
false
Minecraft already has an easily accessible accessibility button in the main menu, this screen just creates annoyances for the majority who don't need it
operatorItemsTab
Shows operator-only items in a Creative inventory tab, when you have operator access (/op)
false
true
It is useful and it only appears when you have the permission for it, so it's weird Mojang even made it an option
resourcePacks
Adjusts which resource packs are enabled by default
[]
¹
lang
Adjusts the game's language
en_us
(your OS language)
Enables user's system language by default, for usability, accessibility and discoverability purposes - courtesy of Language Reload. Not available for all launchers and operating systems.
simulationDistance
Redstone and mob spawning distance
12
6
Better performance regardless of the rendering distance you use
skipMultiplayerWarning
Whether to skip the legal disclaimer when opening the multiplayer screen
false
true
I expect my users to already know that the third party servers are not owned or monitored by Mojang Studios or Microsoft.
snooperEnabled
Toggles Snooper, the legacy analytics service
true
false
Just in case you use the same profile on MC 1.13 or older, to improve privacy. The setting was removed in 1.13 but it still exists in options (and defaults to enabled) for some reason, hence the change.
telemetryOptInExtra
Sets the telemetry (analytics data collection) toggle to "minimal".
false
false
While "minimal" is the default right now anyway, it may not always be the case, hence the enforcement by FO. Debugify is used to disable it entirely though, so this is also just a fallback.
tutorialStep
The next step of tutorial hints
movement
none
If you know how to install a modpack, you probably don't need those tutorials anymore
¹ ["vanilla","fabric","continuity:glass_pane_culling_fix","continuity:default","file/SodiumTranslations.zip","file/Mod Menu Helper.zip","file/Chat Reporting Helper.zip","file/Fast Better Grass.zip"]
Changed mod settings can be found on the repo at .../yosbr/1.20.1/config.

Telemetry

Telemetry Data Collection, previously known as Snooper, refers to Minecraft's and potentially mods', launchers' methods of collecting analytics about the user, usually in a limited form to preserve privacy. Minecraft's telemetry options are detailed here.
While telemetry is not always bad, as it may help developers better support their content for users' devices (e.g. to see where performance can be improved) it can be unwanted and unexpected for privacy concerns.
As of 1.20.2, Minecraft does not have an option to fully disable telemetry, so in this modpack such option is added by Debugify. The reason for disabling vanilla telemetry is that
  1. 1.
    it collects too much data even in minimal configuration (e.g. user's Xbox ID)
  2. 2.
    it skews Mojang's data due to being modded - Mojang may see that users already have good performance, but it does not actually reflect the vanilla game
The modpack's stance is to disable all forms of telemetry by default, letting users to choose to opt-in to it manually when wanted. However, it is important to note that the modpack cannot disable any telemetry collected by user's launcher or operating system.

Keybinds

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Option
Description
Default
Modpack
Reason for Change
Vanilla: Save Hotbar Activator
Saves your hotbar if this key and a number key are held
c
none
This key is more often used for zoom
Zoomify: Zoom
Zooms the view when the key is held
v
c
This key is more often used for zoom
Zoomify: Secondary zoom
Activates the secondary zoom option
F6
none
Not needed for most players
Iris: Reload Shaders
Reloads the applied shaders
r
none
Not needed for most players
Iris: Shaderpack Selection Screen
Opens the shader selection screen
o
none
Not needed for most players
Iris: Toggle Shaders
Disables or enables shaders
k
none
Not needed for most players
FabricSkyboxes: Toggle mod
Disables or enables custom skyboxes
Numpad 0
none
Not needed for most players

Resource packs

Fabulously Optimized enables relevant mod-provided resource packs and bundles some resource packs for better experience.
The resource packs use minimal resources, can be translated to your language and they will work with other resource packs.

Fixed bugs

Fabulously Optimized includes some mods that fix vanilla bugs. Similar to the mod inclusion policy, they must be meaningful to 70%+ users to get enabled (e.g. FPS drops, crashes, platform-specific annoyances...).
Mojang bug
Description
Fixed by
MC-577
Mouse buttons block all inventory controls that are not default
Debugify
MC-59810
Cannot break blocks while sprinting (Ctrl+Click = right click on macOS)
Debugify
MC-73186
Gaps between the faces of item models
MC-81098
Redstone dust updates cause lag (Singleplayer only)
Lithium
MC-89146
Pistons forget update when being reloaded
Debugify
MC-90683
"Received unknown passenger" - Entities with differing render distances as passengers outputs error
Debugify
MC-112730
Beacon beam and structure block render twice per frame
Debugify
MC-121884
Server -> Client custom payload packets can leak resources
MC-122477
Linux/GNU: Opening chat sometimes writes 't'
Debugify
MC-132488
Ticking animated textures is very inefficient
Sodium
MC-154966
Hunger and experience bar invisible on horses and all other animal mounts
MC-165595
Guardian beam does not render when over a certain "Time" in level.dat
MC-199467
Certain entity animations stop after they've existed in world for too long
Debugify
MC-226729
Memory leakage problem in native operations
MC-227302
Smooth lighting doesn't work properly on the water surface
Sodium
MC-228976
Entity collision is run on render thread
Lithium
MC-237493
Telemetry cannot be disabled
Debugify
MC-237493
Fullscreen state isn't saved
Debugify
If you'd like to enable more bugfixes for your game, see the fixed bug list for Debugify.

Requesting a bugfix

Want to get a bug fixed in Fabulously Optimized? Here's what you'll need to do:
  1. 1.
    Find the actual bug in Mojang's bug tracker
  2. 2.
    Request it or look at its status on Debugify's bug tracker
  3. 3.
    Once implemented (or confirmed to be) in Debugify, request an option change in FO
  4. 4.
    Describe the bug, mention the mod that fixes it and why it is important to 70-80% of users
  5. 5.
    If accepted, expect the fix to be enabled in the next version of FO :)

Configuring mods

The modpack is already configured for the best performance and simplest experience for most users.
If you want to configure something, you'll most likely find it on Options...Video Settings.... If you have a powerful computer or monitor, you may want to disable Vsync there.
For other things like dynamic lights, shaders and zoom:
  1. 1.
    Click Mods
  2. 2.
    Read the descriptions of the mods to see what they do
  3. 3.
    If 🛠️ or ✏️ is blue, you can configure the mod by clicking the config button
    config
    • If you don't see the 🛠️ or ✏️ emoji, you don't have the Mod Menu Helper resource pack enabled for some reason. Click DoneOptions...Resource Packs... on "Mod Menu Helper.zip" → Done → go to point 1 of this tutorial
If you need to disable a mod, see this wiki page.
If you have more questions about the mods, chat with us on Discord!
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