We've been rather quiet about this. Me and Shoe have been working on adding pillars for our MCPatcher users via CTM. Preview (Move your mouse to reveal the content) Preview (open) Preview (close) This was my very first attempt at the texture and code. The second image is a slightly revised texture, showing off a quick temple build. Problem (Move your mouse to reveal the content) Problem (open) Problem (close) The problem with using Stone Slabs, which make the most sense for the job, is that existing builds using Stone Slabs will be broken, here is a screenshot of a bridge in Geoffville, Hatfilms Server. Solutions (Move your mouse to reveal the content) Solutions (open) Solutions (close) This is a screenshot of my solution, which is accomplished by overwriting Ornate Stone Bricks rather than Stone Slabs using Vertical CTM. I prefer this method as it will probably get less hate from fans complaining about broken builds. It makes sense considering they are decorative-only blocks. I will upload a screenshot and the texture file for Shoe's solution soon. Ideas (Move your mouse to reveal the content) Ideas (open) Ideas (close) The first photo is the Sandstone Pillars, which I hope to add in with the Stone Pillars, using our new .lang file can rename the Chiseled Sandstone into 'Sandstone Pillars', as with Ornate Stone Bricks. If this is implemented, I wish to use the Top/Bottom segments as a MCPatcher-only replacement for the Chiseled Sandstone texture. The second image adds Gold and Diamond Pillars to the party. As with all others, the texture is temporary. Also, to reduce incompatibility and promote .lang use, I have developed two methods of solution. The first is to divert attention to the files by rearranging the pack and adding a 'readme' as shown below. The second is to have 2 separate downloads on the forum thread. Textures (Move your mouse to reveal the content) Textures (open) Textures (close) Thanks for reading, If you would like to vote on which CTM method to use or improve the textures, comment and attach your files below. Here are mine so far!