A bauble is a small, showy trinket or decoration according to a number of different dictionaries. The Baubles mod for Minecraft, on the other hand, is a relatively small mod and API utility which allows players to add extra inventory slots to their characters. It is specifically meant to be used with other mods, so if you use this as a standalone you probably aren’t going to get the same results you would if you were to use it in tandem with other, appropriate mods. Without any other mods, Baubles adds four new slots – an amulet and belt slot and two slots for rings.
Because there are no amulets, belts or rings in vanilla Minecraft, you can see how the Baubles mod would quickly become useless unless you’re using other mods that work well with it. Opening this special inventory uses a different button than the standard one, but you can change your inventory button from E to B to line up with baubles and then you won’t have any issues. Besides the extra inventory slots and the updated GUI, this mod adds little additional content to the game. It is, however, absolutely essential to the function of many other mods, so you might want to pick it up at some point.
Baubles Mod Changelogs
v1.4.3 for Minecraft 1.11.2
- Added player references to capabilities container and added checks for item validity.
v184.108.40.206 for Minecraft 1.9
- Updated GUI to account for new shield slot.
- Fixed bauble button location when potions are toggling between active and inactive.
v220.127.116.11 for Minecraft 1.8
- API package-info.java cleanup.
- Now you won’t lose items in bauble crafting grid when switching back to vanilla inventory.
How to install Baubles Mod?
This mod requires “Minecraft Forge” in order to operate. It is incredibly easy to download and set up, so might as well get to it!
- Download Forge
- Download the latest mod versions
- Place the mod in the
modsfolder of your
.minecraft. If you are not sure where this is, it is located here:
Download Links for Baubles Mod
for Minecraft 1.11.2
for Minecraft 1.11
for Minecraft 1.10.2
for Minecraft 1.9.4 to 1.10.2
for Minecraft 1.9
for Minecraft 1.8.9
for Minecraft 1.7.10
Credit: Azanor – Orignal Thread on Minecraft Forum