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  • MauveCloud

    Replied to the thread Seed scanning machine.
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    With my current crop breeding strategy, it isn't a big deal whether I can remember the stats of scanned seeds I have planted and are growing, but why require using the cropnalyzer again for that? If the seeds have already been analyzed, it seems to me…
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    Replied to the thread Seed scanning machine.
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    Are you asking for the ability to fully analyze planted crops, like the GT portable scanner? I think that was discussed in an earlier suggestion thread. If you're talking about how the existing cropnalyzer shows the crop name and discoverer, but the…
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    Posted the thread Seed scanning machine.
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    GregTech 5 Unofficial has a scanner that can batch-scan IC2 seed bags, but that's only for 1.7.10, and the mod makes a lot of other changes. I also came across [IC2 1.109] SeedManager v3.0.2 - Taking the hassle out of agriculture. but that hasn't been…
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    Replied to the thread IC2 INSTALLATION CONFUSION.
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    albijoe that site is apparently blacklisted by StopModReposts. Also, I looked at the CurseForge page earlier (I haven't played the mod myself), and the comments mention that the 1.12.2 version is currently a closed alpha (i.e. not publicly available…
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    (Quote from SM84CE)

    Actually, the planner has its own classes to represent the reactor components, which has a few advantages:
    1. I can easily add functionality not orignally covered by the original items. (such as collecting statistics on how much hull…
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    (Quote from SM84CE)

    Personally, I'd suggest either "Pending Addons" or "Addon Discussion". I haven't decided whether I'd use this mod myself when it becomes available for download, but I will want to be able to find the thread so I can add the…
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    Replied to the thread IC2 Experimental Reactor Planner.
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    Yes, excellent examples. Obviously my "predictions" idea needs some refinement if I'm to implement it at all (which I'll admit is becoming less likely now). I get the impression you're not a programmer, otherwise you probably wouldn't have even…
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    Replied to the thread IC2 Experimental Reactor Planner.
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    I gave this a bit more thought, and I can show the following details for a simulation (and possibly as predictions):
    1. Hull heating (from fuel rods with no heatable neighbors)
    2. Component heating (from fuel rods that do have heatable neighbors)
    3.…
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    Replied to the thread IC2 Experimental Reactor Planner.
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    (Quote from KrisBigK)

    Because these are details that can be predicted ahead of time by the program (without actually running a simulation). As far as "fed to the reactor", that means it raises the hull temperature (regardless of whether said hull…
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    Replied to the thread IC2 Experimental Reactor Planner.
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    (Quote from KrisBigK)

    No, because A. I can't find the licensing details for Talonius's planner, and B. Chocohead already attached a copy to this post.

    (Quote from KrisBigK)

    I don't know what your native language is, but if there is someone else on the…
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    Replied to the thread IC2 Experimental Reactor Planner.
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    When I asked for input from "others", I kind of meant besides you. :)

    However, those are some good examples for helping me gain further insight into what the old planner meant by "vent cooling". For that first example, the old planner shows cooling of 0…
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    (Quote from Omicron)

    After some discussion in https://github.com/MauveCloud/Ic2ExpReactorPlanner/issues/36 I have realized I don't fully understand what these meant in Talonius's old planner (or maybe I did, and I've forgotten). Do others here…
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    (Quote from KrisBigK)

    If you really still have that many ideas, go for it. However, I hope you won't be too upset if I mark some of them as "wontfix" (though I'll try to provide justification for that)
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    Replied to the thread IC2 Experimental Reactor Planner.
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    (Quote from KrisBigK)

    Sorry, I guess that one slipped my mind. I plan to take a few days break from working on the planner, but then this can be the first change to go into the next release. I am starting to see why some developers insist on one…
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    Replied to the thread IC2 Experimental Reactor Planner.
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    I have released v2.3 of the reactor planner, with the following changes:
    • Updated default pulse configuration to be the same as no redstone
      control (to avoid unintentional simulation of control types not actually set up in-game).
    • Added default text to
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    (Quote from albijoe)

    If you look back in the thread, something like that has been suggested before, but it's out of scope for the planner, because it depends too much on setup external to the reactor itself. With just IC2, the HU output of a fluid…
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    Replied to the thread High output fluid reactors.
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    (Quote from albijoe)

    The simulator calculates the double heat, as you should be able to tell from the maximum heat output displayed. However, you might also notice that the "Reactor minimum temperature" is 0, even though you started the simulation at a…
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    (Quote from KrisBigK)

    That should not have made a difference, considering that my planner defaults to a suspend temperature of 8400, which the simulation claims it never reached - if the simulation says it only got up to 3000 and in-game testing caused…
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    (Quote from KrisBigK)

    TBH, I've never fully understood the heat exchangers even after looking at decompiled code for them. Among other things, they have some weird quirks when their heat level is close to zero. However, based on your statement in the…
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    (Quote from KrisBigK)

    Okay, let me try to clarify: the exchanger is not "pulling" 80 heat from the rod, the rod is "pushing" 80 heat into the exchanger before the exchanger does its thing. This means the exchanger in question can theoretically be…