Thanks for the help so far @LanToaster and @JfromHolland
Okay from the default configuration I see the following:
BiomeGroup(NormalBiomes, 0, 97, Forest, Roofed Forest, Extreme Hills, Plains, Birch Forest, Swampland, Flower Forest, Roofed Forest M, Extreme Hills+)
BiomeGroup(IceBiomes, 3, 90, Ice Plains, Cold Taiga, Ice Plains Spikes, Cold Taiga M)
BiomeGroup(HotBiomes, 0, 97, Desert, Savanna, Plains, Desert M, Savanna M, Sunflower Plains)
BiomeGroup(ColdBiomes, 0, 97, Forest, Extreme Hills, Taiga, Plains, Flower Forest, Extreme Hills+, Taiga M, Sunflower Plains)
BiomeGroup(MesaBiomes, 1, 40, Mesa)
BiomeGroup(JungleBiomes, 1, 40, Jungle, Jungle M)
BiomeGroup(Mega TaigaBiomes, 1, 40, Mega Taiga, Mega Spruce Taiga)
So we have
BiomeGroup(, , )
our "layer or size" value should be between 0 and generation depth (10 by default)
so in the above configuration, Normal, Hot and Cold biomes are the "largest" groups. I assume this should be based upon the number of biomes in the biome list? Or should it be set to a smaller number if you wish to have these biomes bigger?
As for the actual biome size in the WorldBiomes folder, based upon your replies the largest biomes in the group should be first in the list? Then the smaller biomes as they will overwrite what is in already in the world?
EX: if a biome has a size of 2, and is in the list after a size 8 biome, most likely the size 8 biomes will be covered up by the size 2 biomes..
The Size of each Biome inside a Group need to be Larger than the BiomeGroup Size (So the Biomes get Generated after the Group gets generated. And of course, the higher the Difference between the GroupSize and BiomeSize, the more different Biomes you will get inside each group
Meaning: if I have a biome group with a "size/layer" setting of (3) my biomes listed in that group should be of sizes 3, 2,1 or 0?