Some items in the player’s inventory may have durability displayed numerically. This is useful for quickly determining if an item needs to be repaired or replaced.
To display durability numerically, press “F3” and then use the “H” hotkey to toggle between displaying numeric values and percentages.
When you’re shopping for durable items, it can be helpful to know which numbers denote a higher level of resilience. The numeric durability display will show this information in tooltip form when you hover over an item in your inventory.
However, this information is currently only visible on Java Edition servers.
Numeric durability is displayed in-game for items such as weapons, armor and tools. The update tooltips will include additional information about the item, such as quality or stats.
“Soul of the World” effects on equipment can now be disabled.
To help you keep your tools in good condition, the F3 screen has been updated with tool durability and armor durability. Damaged items now show their durability in yellow and green, while more durable items will have a red icon next to them.
You can toggle this feature on or off in the Settings menu.
You can check the durability of an item in-game by hovering over it with your cursor and clicking the “show detail” button. This will display additional information such as how many hits it takes to destroy the object, its weight, and how much gold it is worth.
How do you show the durability of armor in Minecraft?
There are a few ways to show the durability of armor and tools in Minecraft.
When you’re capturing video or photos, it’s often helpful to change your perspective. You can toggle between a normal view and a bird’s-eye view, or control the audio volume with just a few clicks.
How do you go 3rd person in Minecraft?
If you want to go in third person view, you can press F5 (or fn + F5).