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Dec 14, 2012Posted in: DiscussionQuote from Saydin
Well, there's a small chance that anyone working for Mojang will even see this, so there's not much point complaining about it here.
There is not much we can do in general, knowing Mojang. Even if this post got thousands of replies with suggestions to get some better servers, Mojang would probably dismiss it, or just deem it as impossible.
Dec 12, 2012I eat carrots. Reasons?Posted in: Survival Mode
1.They're so easy to farm (no extra seeds, and no chances for a poison carrot, and they yield a good amount per crop)
2. They restore 4 hunger (2 chicken legs) and 8.8 saturation, which is good for the amount you get.
3. You don't have to wait for them to cook in any furnaces. You get the crops, replant and you're on your way.
Just my option.
Dec 12, 2012Pintopinata posted a message on Dropped items will be 3D (Dinnerbone Tweet and Video)Posted in: Future UpdatesQuote from Leonard900
Remember when this was going to be a redstone update? Yeah, me too.
Remember when Mojang said this is part of 1.4.6? Yeah me too.
Dec 12, 2012Posted in: DiscussionQuote from waffleman009
That's true. One way to get a pretty good guess about how mature someone is on the forums is to look at how many posts they have. The less posts the more likely to be immature.
Lol what? How does the number of posts equate to your immaturity? Is the number of posts you have like your maturity meter in your logic?
I don't have that many posts, yet if someone says something immature or dirty, I don't laugh out loud and go "LAWL THAT'S WHAT SHE SAID LOLOLOL!!!!11111one".
For my reply to the topic, I do believe the Xbox version has attracted a lot of younger children to the community but age doesn't always relate to your maturity, it's just a possible factor.
Dec 2, 2012Same issue in 1.4.5 It happens every 5 or 6 time I open a chest at random. I found a way to know if this happens though, If you right click the chest and the GUI comes up, but the chest doesn't open (the actual block), than that means any items you take out will just disappear back into the chest.Posted in: Recent Updates and Snapshots
Nov 30, 2012Posted in: Computer Science and TechnologyQuote from Mut8r
Designed to last.
A Mac is designed for a long, productive life. Apple designers and engineers spend countless hours ensuring that each Mac is precisely built — inside and out. From the down-to-the-micron fit of each internal component to the finish of the enclosure, every detail matters. Take MacBook Air, for example. Its unibody enclosure is machined from a solid block of aluminum. The result is a notebook that is thin and light, looks polished and refined, and feels strong and durable.
Born to perform.
To make a better computer, only quality components and materials will do. That’s why every Mac contains storage technology, memory, a graphics processor, even a power supply specifically chosen to give you the best performance possible. And materials like aluminum and glass keep all those high-performance components safe and sound.
Charge today and five years from today.
Getting a few hours of battery life from a notebook is good. But for a Mac, good isn’t good enough. On a single charge, you can get up to 7 hours on every MacBook Pro model.1 That means you can power through a day of work or a day of classes without stopping to find the nearest outlet. And the battery inside MacBook Pro can be recharged up to 1000 times — good for about five years of typical usage.
Because Apple designs both hardware and software, we can reduce our environmental footprint in ways others can’t. For starters, a highly efficient power supply reduces the amount of power wasted when bringing electricity from the wall to your Mac. Unlike a lot of PCs, a Mac uses energy-efficient hardware components that work hand in hand with the operating system to conserve power — even between keystrokes. The result: Every Mac meets the strict energy efficiency requirements set by the EPA’s ENERGY STAR program.
Fewer toxic substances.
Apple is always working to eliminate toxic substances in the Mac. And that’s by choice. We aren’t waiting for legislation to ban harmful substances like arsenic, brominated flame retardants (BFRs), mercury, phthalates, and polyvinyl chloride (PVC). That’s why all Mac displays are mercury and arsenic free, and internal components are PVC and BFR free.
When a Mac reaches the end of its long life, the materials it’s made from — aluminum and glass, for example — make it highly desirable to recyclers. And you can recycle your old computer free when you buy a new Mac.
Get great performance from every Mac.
Every Mac comes with the latest technology. From the small-but-mighty Mac mini to the powerhouse Mac Pro, all are equipped with blazing-fast Intel processors, high-performance graphics, and high-speed DDR3 memory. And OS X is custom-made to take advantage of every bit of that technology. So no matter which Mac you choose, you get superior performance for just about everything you do: managing your photos, editing video, even playing graphics-intensive 3D games.
Thunderbolt. A revolutionary I/O.
Ultrafast and ultraflexible, the Thunderbolt port features two 10-Gbps data channels for data transfer that’s up to 12 times faster than FireWire 800 and up to 20 times faster than USB 2.0. Featured in new MacBook, iMac, and Mac mini models, Thunderbolt offers unprecedented expansion capabilities for a new generation of high-performance peripherals.
Connect fast. Connect easy.
With a Mac, you can connect to the Internet fast, thanks to 802.11n Wi-Fi.4 Like everything else about a Mac, joining Wi-Fi networks couldn’t be simpler. If you’ve previously connected to a network, your Mac automatically logs you in so you can send email, surf the web, or video chat. Have a phone, headset, keyboard, or mouse with Bluetooth wireless technology? They all connect to your Mac using its built-in Bluetooth technology.
Copy and pasted text from Apple's official website? Seriously?
Nov 25, 2012Trust me, redstone is in HUGE need of an overhaul....Posted in: Future Updates
All the bugs... *shudder*.
Quote from RurouniTim
I don't like redstone. I only mine it for XP, redstone lamps, and to trade it to those who do use it. This update won't do anything for me, unless they add a few non-redstone related features (Maybe the Red dragon?)
That's good for you. There are people who do like redstone though, right? (Like me).
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Mar 13, 2014Posted in: NewsQuote from Pent9
The Endermite is a cool idea, but the new minecart physics are horrible. I don't know what they were thinking when they come up with that. Does Mojang not know that minecarts de-railing at corners and bouncing back at hills is bound to break things? It's going to be a massive headache to deal with on worlds where there are large automated rail transportation systems.
I remember back in beta 1.6 3 years ago when they overhauled minecart physics and destroyed everybodies cart stations.
Yeah, people will get over it.
Nov 14, 2012I don't know WHAT Mojang was smoking to think that the random torch particle bug was okay to put in the final version. The pre-release has been out for nearly a week, now, and you can't bother to fix a small bug that causes so much annoyance, worse enough, put it into the "finished" version? What type of business do you run, Mojang?Posted in: News
Nov 14, 2012Posted in: NewsQuote from Mariajl
After saying "yes"
"Fatal error occurred (2): .../roaming... (Access is denied)
That is not Mojang's fault, your computer is not allowing Minecraft to install new files in Roaming. Try to find something in your security settings.
Nov 1, 2012Posted in: NewsQuote from GoldTools
I won't update because none of these bugs are major, and my mods will break.
They fix a bunch of bugs, something people have been wanting for MONTHS, and you're still complaining?
Just get out.
Aug 16, 2012Posted in: NewsQuote from Poocho217
I was happy to hear about the bug fix for the random suffocation, but was disappointed to find that it didn't work all the time. I still get pressed into the walls a lot by my sheep and suffer suffocation damage. Thanks for the fix, but I hope it get fixed all the way next time.
Oh, and I look forward to those new features. Actually, unless it's there and I've missed it, a way to copy the maps would be nice too.
Just my thoughts,
It might only work on newly generated worlds, but I'm just guessing.
Aug 14, 2012Pintopinata posted a message on 1.3.2 Update On the Way; MineTV Ep3; News Around the Minecraft WorldIn 1.3.2, you should fix the bug where hostile mobs will sometimes loose track of you. Like you'll knock them back, but then they'll completely loose attention of you, and will stop attacking, as if you aren't there. The only way to get them to attack you again is to hit them. It's not a big problem, but it does take some challenge out of the game.Posted in: News
Jul 26, 2012Every world I generate in the prerelease already gets chunks borders, as if the biome transitions aren't generating, and it's simply generating a new biome, which causes big walls where the generation cut off. Other than that, I'm noticing a LOT more lighting errors, and some chunks don't render until I'm about 10 blocks away from it. I have noticed my FPS is better compared to 1.2.5 though.Posted in: News
Jul 25, 2012Pintopinata posted a message on 12w30e Ready For Testing - Pre-Release Tomorrow; MineTV DebutThe rotatable log blocks are amazing, since they can be flipped in any direction. It's just a new way to make creeper faces look even more epic (Well, at least to me). GJ on that one Mojang.Posted in: News
Jun 7, 2012Posted in: NewsQuote from GLaDOS8888
I really like the part about being able to place half-slabs on walls. I am supprized many of you havent been showing any exitment, or rather, not even showing any care about it. It will greatly help with making more detailed buildings.
Umm, I believe you misinterpreted it. It just makes it WAY easier to place the half-slabs. If you put a half slab on the lower 8 pixels of a block, it will place the half slab on the lower side. If you place it on the upper 8 pixels of a block, it will be put as an upside down half slab. Makes it easier to build, but no new positions half slabs can be placed in.
May 3, 2012I forgot to mention somehing. If they start making single player worlds LAN compatible, atleast make it toggable when you first create the world. Like if I just want to play single player old fashioned, no connecting to servers, just loading a world and playing by myself, pretty much how it is in 1.2.5, I can choose this if i wanted. Say, I wanted to use LAN on a seperate world, I can have this feature turned on when creating the owlrd and can have this new LAN fiasco on single player.Posted in: News
It's not a bad idea to implement, Im just hope it's not forced. If it is, I'll be staying on 1.2.5
May 3, 2012Uhhh. I went into the language options, and instad of "language translations may not be 100% accurate" it said something along the lines of "Minecrafts dark secret maybe revealed"? Yeah.... I'm just going to say that was supposed to be some sort of easter egg like "Minceraft" was.Posted in: News
Other than that, it is overall a great update. I'm not a big fan of the single player server thing though. I would much rather have local multiplaer be another option altogether, rather than being forced to run a server when playing on a single player world.
My favorite addition is definatly cocoa beens dropping from jungle trees :D.
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