Posts by Sliderpro

    Please, don't touch RP2 items because it's possibly that somebody lock this tread by Eloraam request. Joke.

    Silver? No. it should be rare item. I don't want create Blue Alloy Ingot only from Nikolite.
    Lapis? No, there no recipe for artifical\industrial lapis lazuli. But small amount of some dust will be fine.

    Its not that I mean specifically. You see, nicolite is blue. and shiny. what comes first to mind? For me it is lapis and silver ^^

    Greg, how about a redstone behaviour for your machines? Like disabling them with a switch ~_~
    I know, cables. but cables suck, I want a LEVER ON A GRINDER

    Actually, I d most appreciate the batbox-like thing to show current energy inside. or just numbers

    Same bug with grinder
    Was processing Iron ore, when my energy ran out
    went away for 10 secs to take battery
    dumped ton of power into my MFE
    progress bar in grinder was going from 0% to ~5%
    then was dropping to 0%
    wasted another 100k EU.

    This is resolved with connecting\disonnecting cable 2-10 times

    Greg, a suggestion:
    A Sprayer, which will make stone and dirt.
    A tool which will be charged with its own pellets or liquids maybe which would work in the same way as vanilla IC sprayer, but making dirt and stone sprays, when hardened.
    Useful for filling THESE DAMN CREEPER HOLES and filling up tunnels\fast building making

    And you are SURE the Batbox doesnt eat too much EU? I know the Electrolyzer works properly as in my Legit World I have a Chemical Reactor, a Centrifuge and an Electrolyzer running on the same Line with some other Machines (MFE+LVT), and I never got that Message, even when all 3 were running at once. IN ADDITION I have to say, that the LV-Transformer on the Golden Cable can happen to make a Packet run 2 times through the same Gold Cable, what creates an effective 127EU/t with your MFE.

    Sure 100%, I wasn't using machines at that time. This happens when you run out of energy (get the insufficient power message) than try to dump power into it again. And it doesnt happen always (dont't know why)
    I already had this thing in SMP a long time ago.

    By the way, there is another thing - if internal buffer is empty and you have operation in progress - then when you try to dump full 128 EU\t into electrolyzer, it tries to BOTH fill the buffer AND continue the operation. I think, that it should do 1 thing at a time, like filling the buffer and then continuing.
    It is easily seen when you connect it to power, machine eats 128 eu\t while it current operation takes maybe 50 eu\t only

    Tried to recreate at SSP, didnt work out
    I think it is something with chunk loading in SMP maybe

    I guess there is one good thing to do - making a priority - for filling the internal buffer first, and only THEN trying to complete the operation

    Hi Greg, there is a thing about ind. electrolyzer: I was using it then run out of energy. I disconnected the cable till I refilled my energy supply (full MFE), then I connected the cable back. electrolyzer ate entire MFE, while I had consistent "insufficient energy line" thing. Please check that

    I know about the config options, but really - when I create modpack the last problem I usually encounter is WHICH FRIGGIN MOD DID ADD THIS GODDAMN ORE I THOUGHT I DISABLED THEM ALL.
    you know, only metallurgy has COLORED ore name, takes a while to remember all ore adding mods

    Thanks, I ll proceed to forge forum.

    Idea is not so hard. When ore generating mods (like forestry) are present, IC either prevents them from generating their ore dictionary ores, which IC has(like tin and copper) or stops itself from generating its own ore \unless specified\. Quite useful feature and it would take just several lines of code.