So what you're saying is, we're not worth the effort to communicate clearly? I find it hard to believe that you are diligent with code if you type the way you do.
It just tells me that your audience is worth less effort than your mod. Good luck with that.
LOL - That's a good one.
exactly, people are so rude.
they would never talk to me like that in front of my face.
All I did was ask some questions and rudeness is what comes out.
I dont appreciate that at all.
Then you need to start evaluating how your posts appear to the rest of us - because invariably, they come across as accusatory and rude.
Every time you have a problem, you're so busy pointing your finger elsewhere that you overlook the obvious.
Doesn't matter whether it's an ID conflict, an updated mod, what have you.
If you want to be treated with courtesy, start showing some yourself. I don't think anyone wants to help someone who's looking to cast blame as often as you do.
[really I DONT GIVE A CARE about puncuation now if you will excuse me i have to start codeing
If you can't spell or use punctuation properly, your code is going to be a mess and won't operate properly.
Forgive me for basing my evaluation of your upcoming mod's quality on your ability to communicate, but unlke us, a computer won't be able to "figure out" what you mean if you miss a comma or period or uppercase letter where it's needed. And you can't convince me that you're more precise when coding than you are when writing a simple sentence - unless you think your audience isn't worth the effort of communicating clearly.
Like right now, I cant use Charging Bench and many addons,
because the authors dont update to new versions of minecraft.
No, it's because you don't read carefully enough. One would think the thread title "[AddOn v1.43/v1.64] Charging Bench v1.64-1" would tell you all you need to know.Quote
Charging bench should of been implemented a long time ago.
Guess what? It was. Three days ago. A little slow on the uptake?
So why don't you stop blaming other people for your own oversights and just go get the thing already?
Indeed - village idiots are far more amusing! Or at least, more useful for sport.
Yes, but only for the BC 2.x branch - which fewer people are using now.
The BC 3.x-compatible version is on hold until BC3 moves out of alpha and has SMP support.
So a lot of people are still waiting. I might have stayed with BC 2, but Forestry prompted me to adopt the alpha.
I have EE 6.22 and BC-IC Crossover installed with no apparent issues - but I've yet to use any of the components of the add-on so there may be issues of which I'm unaware. But the mods themselves can be installed together, all it takes is changing one block ID if necessary.
I recall Direwolf20 mentioning that neither the Green laser from LaserMod, nor the rings from Equivalent Exchange, affect growth of IC2 crops.
You've got some great concepts for use of upgrades in your bench - they'll increase its usefulness immensely! I look forward to seeing them in action.
And you can increase efficiency even more by using Equivalent exchange to convert 1 cobble to 4 dirt
Not anymore, you can't. Dirt, cobble, sand and smoothstone all have the same EMC value now.
Yeah, I saw a couple creepers on a hill yesterday and couldn't resist!
"Nicccce creepers you have there. Sssshame if ssssomething were to happen to them..." BOOM!
Took a few shots and most of the hill, but boy, turnabout's a bitch.
EE Collector is just an advanced Solar Panel.
EE Collector + Condenser = Solar Panel + Mass Fabricator.
That's a good way of looking at it. Not to mention, the Mk3 Collector requires the equivalent of 45 diamonds to make. If I had an IC solar panel that required that kind of material, I'd expect it to be spitting out diamonds a lot faster than an EE Collector-Condenser array will.
Personally, I wouldn't advocate such a design. But some people are willing to compromise efficiency in the interest of a compact design.
The whole idea behind advanced machines was to give machines that had an equal operational capacity/functionality as the induction furnace.
Agreed - and I think that's been accomplished as they currently stand. Simple concept of "machines that work faster as they build heat", and that heat is gained from doing the work (or from a trickle of power).
It still seems pretty balanced to me. No matter how many overclockers one has in a basic machine, it won't consume 72,000 EU per hour, just sitting there.
There's nothing more to say on the topic, honestly. I think it's run its inevitable course.
But when I'm gone, Saul won't have anyone to talk to anymore...
I agree - these panels were the ideal solution to the debate. When you have people proposing outrageous addons where advanced panels require crap that's made from UU-Matter, someone's lost touch of the whole point.
This brings it right back to where it's supposed to be - every bit as balanced, far more compact and easier on our computers.
Riiiight... so your sister is a Minecraft fan too?
Tell her to create her own account - and don't share your login password with her.
You do understand that anything that's done under your login is your responsibility?
But I know bullshit when I hear it, don't you worry.