The zoom from the Wurst Client as a standalone mod.
WI Zoom (Wurst-Imperium Zoom)
The zoom from the Wurst Client as a standalone mod. The WI Zoom Minecraft mod lets you zoom in and out with the mouse wheel, providing up to 50x magnification without the need for a spyglass. This mod is fully compatible with OptiFine and Sodium, but unlike OptiFine’s zoom, WI Zoom lets the camera move in a logical way, without making it wobble around. WI Zoom supports all of the latest Minecraft versions, including snapshots.
NOTE: Do not install this if you have the Wurst Client. This is already included in Wurst and having it twice will crash the game.
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- Up to 50x zoom!
- No spyglass needed!
- Zoom in and out with the mouse wheel!
- No wobbly camera nonsense!
- Dynamic mouse sensitivity! (since v1.1)
- Fully compatible with OptiFine / Sodium!
How To Zoom
Hold down the V key to activate the zoom (this keybind can be changed).
While zooming, you can use the mouse wheel to zoom in further.
Changing The Zoom Keybind
How to change the keybind (click to expand)
In the pause menu, click on “Options…”.
In the Options menu, click on “Controls…”.
In the Controls menu, scroll down to the “WI Zoom” section. If you don’t have any other mods installed, you will find this section at the very bottom.
- Chinese (Simplified/Mainland) (since v1.4)
- Chinese (Traditional/Taiwan) (since v1.4)
- Cantonese (Hong Kong) (since v1.4)
- Classical Chinese (since v1.4)
- English (US)
- Estonian (Estonia) (since v1.4)
- French (France) (since v1.4)
- German (Germany)
- Russian (Russia) (since v1.3)
Will you add Forge support?
Aside from the 1.12.2 Forge version that already exists, no. A modern Forge version is not being considered due to Forge’s new CoreMod policy (effective since 1.13) as well as issues with the Forge community’s treatment of modders.
However, the experimental Patchwork project can sometimes make Forge mods and Fabric mods work together. Depending on which other mods you use, this might work with WI Zoom.
Also, keep in mind that many former Forge mods now have Fabric versions (or have switched to Fabric entirely due to the above-mentioned issues).