NameTags is a Minecraft hack that makes it easier for the user to read nametags. It does this mainly by increasing the size of the nametags and un-hiding nametags of sneaking players. Optionally, NameTags can also remove the 64 block distance limit, render nametags on the see-through text layer, and force all players' nametags to be visible.
|“Removes the 64 block distance limit for nametags.”
The “Unlimited range” setting allows nametags to be seen from any distance, even if the player is more than 64 blocks away.
|“Renders nametags on the see-through text layer. This makes them easier to read behind walls, but harder to read behind water and other transparent things.”
The “See-through mode” setting changes the nametag rendering by using the see-through text layer. This makes nametags easier to read behind walls, but also causes them to be obstructed by water and other transparent things.
|“Forces nametags of all players to be visible, even your own.”
The “Force nametags” setting allows the user to see nametags that would normally be hidden. This is useful for cheating in minigames where the name tags of other teams are supposed to be hidden.
|Wurst 1.7 Beta
|NameTags now allows you to see the nametags of sneaking players.
|Broke NameTags again.
|Fixed NameTags. (MC 1.11, 1.11 OF, 1.10 & 1.8)
|Temporarily removed NameTags.
|Added more settings to NameTags: “Unlimited range” (enabled by default), “See-through mode”, and “Force nametags”. (Wurst7:770 - Thanks to ThisTestUser!)