Yeah. Just the type that sticks to the floors, walls and ceiling.Quote from Ireee
Did you mean non-freestanding redlogic cable?
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Jul 21, 2013Posted in: Minecraft Mods
Jul 20, 2013Posted in: Minecraft Mods
You need to make sure that you use regular redlogic wire at the end of the bundled cable. They do not directly connect to anything that I know of. I hope this helps.Quote from TKFT_ExTr3m3
Don't know if this is a bug or just something that needs to be added but computercraft computers and bundled cable do not connect but the normal cables do so i assume it must be something with the fact that bundle cables are not considered redstonewires
Just hope you can make these things work
Jul 17, 2013Posted in: Minecraft Mods
What you need to do is at the end of the insulated wire, you need to leave one space and use redlogic wire there. That's where microblocks comes in handy. You will need to craft a hacksaw and make some wood strips. With the strips in your hand you will see a grid appear on the surface by the wire and you will place a strip in between each one of the redlogic wires to keep them separated. You should now be able to put your switches in and everything should work perfectly.Quote from UnspunReality
Question. Ive never messed with redstone before but now I have a trainstation thing I built and I wanna make it so I can have like 5 switches in a row(As in block to block) and I can flick one and it'll move only that track to the position I want it.
Thats my problem though. I think I understand how insulated wire works along with bundled cables. But my problem is right where the switches start. You cant hook up insulated wiring directly to levers(Atleast it seems that way), so is there some manner Im missing to get this to work?Im working with limited space which is why I wont space the switches out if I can somehow manage, this entire thing is underwater.
Jul 16, 2013Posted in: Minecraft Mods
Yurij has the perfect answer. You no longer need to worry about that. Just download what you want and put them in the mods folder. Easy Peasy.Quote from Ireee
So.. I can no longer tell what is a coremod and what is not a coremod?
I've used RP2 in the past and it works the same way. I believe you can use a repeater after the logic wire to power the redstone.Quote from Yurij
I haven't really used redpower before using this, but redstone dust can power red alloy wire but red alloy wire wont power redstone dust.
Is this supposed to work like that?
Jul 11, 2013Posted in: Minecraft Mods
Thanks for wanting to know what my trouble is. It turns out that it was a couple of other mods that were causing the problem. I had to do some extensive removal/replacement of all the mods I had until I found the problem. It turns out that More Swords and Special Armor mods were the culprits. Everything is working fine now. No glitching.Quote from Ireee
I don't really understand... What about a picture-by-picture howto?
Jul 10, 2013Posted in: Minecraft Mods
I definitely agree with Agent Renamon. I have the extra Utilities mod and the BUD switch in it works flawlessly. It also has some other really cool items that work great as well.Quote from Trainguyrom
Hey, if I may make a request, Iwould love to see a BUD gate. Also, thank you for creating yet another RP2 alternative. Eloraam is just too protective and slow with her code to feasibly rely on Redpower.
Small insertion to my previous comment- It now glitches out the trees that the gates are close to. It does not effect the ability of the gates, but I thought I would just let you know about this glitch. Peace.Quote from Reaperguy666
First of all, I would just like to express how pleased I am with this mod. Second, I would like to make a comment then question. I had this mod about 3 weeks ago and when I used it, everything worked fine, but when I went to remove the logic wiring from the surface it was on, my torches all glitched out and would not correct itself until I exited the game and came back in. Question: Has this happened to you and if so has it been fixed? Thank Immibis for the awesome mod.
Jul 10, 2013First of all, I would just like to express how pleased I am with this mod. Second, I would like to make a comment then question. I had this mod about 3 weeks ago and when I used it, everything worked fine, but when I went to remove the logic wiring from the surface it was on, my torches all glitched out and would not correct itself until I exited the game and came back in. Question: Has this happened to you and if so has it been fixed? Thank Immibis for the awesome mod.Posted in: Minecraft Mods
May 2, 2013Reaperguy666 posted a message on LegendGear - Items and more, drawing inspiration from ZeldaThis is an absolutely epic mod. I feel like I'm back in Hyrule every time I use the items. I had trouble getting it to work at first, but discovered that other mods with swords in them were causing conflicts. I highly recommend this to any and all whom are into Zelda style gameplay.Posted in: Minecraft Mods
Apr 13, 2013I have Minecraft 1.5.1. At the moment, the only things that I have installed are Optifine HD B3 and Minecraft Forge Universal. I took out all of the other mods I had installed and forced an update. I then re-installed Forge and it still keeps crashing on me. I've noticed that when I click on anything in my inventory, it will not allow me to pick it up. I have to drag and drop things to my inventory and that's when it's been crashing on me. What am I doing wrong? Is there a problem with Forge or Optifine that I don't know about. HELP PLEASE!Posted in: Server Support and Administration
---- Minecraft Crash Report ----
// Why did you do that?
Time: 4/13/13 2:47 PM
Description: Rendering screen
at java.lang.Thread.run(Unknown Source)
A detailed walkthrough of the error, its code path and all known details is as follows:
-- Head --
-- Screen render details --
Screen name: net.minecraft.client.gui.inventory.GuiContainerCreative
Mouse location: Scaled: (241, 143). Absolute: (483, 192)
Screen size: Scaled: (427, 240). Absolute: (854, 480). Scale factor of 2
-- Affected level --
Level name: MpServer
All players: 1 total; [EntityClientPlayerMP['redbaron666'/135, l='MpServer', x=765.14, y=63.62, z=-308.64]]
Chunk stats: MultiplayerChunkCache: 441
Level seed: 0
Level generator: ID 00 - default, ver 1. Features enabled: false
Level generator options:
Level spawn location: World: (150,64,196), Chunk: (at 6,4,4 in 9,12; contains blocks 144,0,192 to 159,255,207), Region: (0,0; contains chunks 0,0 to 31,31, blocks 0,0,0 to 511,255,511)
Level time: 243366 game time, 7523 day time
Level dimension: 0
Level storage version: 0x00000 - Unknown?
Level weather: Rain time: 0 (now: false), thunder time: 0 (now: false)
Level game mode: Game mode: creative (ID 1). Hardcore: false. Cheats: false
Forced entities: 46 total; [EntityChicken['Chicken'/275, l='MpServer', x=801.50, y=66.00, z=-229.50], EntityBat['Bat'/411, l='MpServer', x=777.54, y=37.00, z=-363.59], EntityChicken['Chicken'/274, l='MpServer', x=811.66, y=63.00, z=-232.59], EntityClientPlayerMP['redbaron666'/135, l='MpServer', x=765.14, y=63.62, z=-308.64], EntityBat['Bat'/273, l='MpServer', x=804.38, y=23.10, z=-264.69], EntitySquid['Squid'/272, l='MpServer', x=806.25, y=61.09, z=-312.81], EntityBat['Bat'/414, l='MpServer', x=776.88, y=37.00, z=-372.75], EntityChicken['Chicken'/287, l='MpServer', x=826.56, y=62.41, z=-276.44], EntityChicken['Chicken'/286, l='MpServer', x=821.59, y=62.49, z=-278.41], EntityChicken['Chicken'/285, l='MpServer', x=829.47, y=62.40, z=-287.53], EntityBat['Bat'/387, l='MpServer', x=805.91, y=29.34, z=-382.39], EntitySquid['Squid'/266, l='MpServer', x=805.44, y=56.00, z=-358.56], EntityBat['Bat'/267, l='MpServer', x=817.28, y=36.29, z=-341.61], EntityMinecartChest['entity.MinecartChest.name'/264, l='MpServer', x=814.50, y=38.50, z=-385.50], EntityMinecartChest['entity.MinecartChest.name'/265, l='MpServer', x=810.50, y=36.50, z=-372.50], EntitySquid['Squid'/270, l='MpServer', x=806.31, y=60.34, z=-322.16], EntitySquid['Squid'/271, l='MpServer', x=813.38, y=60.34, z=-323.66], EntitySquid['Squid'/268, l='MpServer', x=806.09, y=56.00, z=-342.94], EntitySquid['Squid'/269, l='MpServer', x=803.66, y=56.34, z=-350.53], EntityChicken['Chicken'/186, l='MpServer', x=709.56, y=62.37, z=-272.56], EntityBat['Bat'/289, l='MpServer', x=828.76, y=17.27, z=-266.58], EntityChicken['Chicken'/187, l='MpServer', x=719.56, y=62.49, z=-252.56], EntitySquid['Squid'/185, l='MpServer', x=708.53, y=57.16, z=-354.88], EntityChicken['Chicken'/291, l='MpServer', x=816.34, y=68.00, z=-260.59], EntitySquid['Squid'/190, l='MpServer', x=718.50, y=53.16, z=-254.50], EntityBat['Bat'/416, l='MpServer', x=778.63, y=38.10, z=-363.09], EntityBat['Bat'/420, l='MpServer', x=775.70, y=37.47, z=-374.52], EntitySquid['Squid'/183, l='MpServer', x=703.84, y=60.34, z=-344.50], EntityBat['Bat'/180, l='MpServer', x=691.41, y=38.10, z=-251.53], EntitySquid['Squid'/201, l='MpServer', x=727.22, y=58.75, z=-262.56], EntitySquid['Squid'/200, l='MpServer', x=728.16, y=60.34, z=-260.22], EntitySquid['Squid'/202, l='MpServer', x=730.31, y=58.03, z=-256.88], EntityChicken['Chicken'/197, l='MpServer', x=727.59, y=62.37, z=-303.59], EntitySquid['Squid'/196, l='MpServer', x=735.56, y=55.38, z=-331.28], EntityChicken['Chicken'/199, l='MpServer', x=723.41, y=62.35, z=-258.56], EntityChicken['Chicken'/198, l='MpServer', x=724.41, y=62.30, z=-277.56], EntitySquid['Squid'/195, l='MpServer', x=730.16, y=60.88, z=-332.06], EntitySquid['Squid'/223, l='MpServer', x=733.09, y=58.34, z=-330.91], EntityCow['Cow'/237, l='MpServer', x=752.50, y=71.00, z=-229.63], EntityChicken['Chicken'/236, l='MpServer', x=753.50, y=68.00, z=-288.50], EntitySquid['Squid'/252, l='MpServer', x=792.51, y=61.00, z=-304.49], EntityBat['Bat'/732, l='MpServer', x=765.61, y=57.20, z=-334.57], EntityBat['Bat'/250, l='MpServer', x=799.30, y=25.00, z=-353.57], EntitySquid['Squid'/251, l='MpServer', x=794.13, y=59.38, z=-346.44], EntityBat['Bat'/249, l='MpServer', x=789.72, y=23.10, z=-352.72], EntityMinecartChest['entity.MinecartChest.name'/245, l='MpServer', x=777.50, y=37.50, z=-366.50]]
Retry entities: 0 total; 
at java.lang.Thread.run(Unknown Source)
-- System Details --
Minecraft Version: 1.5.1
Operating System: Windows 7 (amd64) version 6.1
Java Version: 1.7.0_17, Oracle Corporation
Java VM Version: Java HotSpot™ 64-Bit Server VM (mixed mode), Oracle Corporation
Memory: 274183376 bytes (261 MB) / 495648768 bytes (472 MB) up to 495648768 bytes (472 MB)
JVM Flags: 2 total; -Xms512m -Xmx512m
AABB Pool Size: 1861 (104216 bytes; 0 MB) allocated, 421 (23576 bytes; 0 MB) used
Suspicious classes: FML and Forge are installed
IntCache: cache: 0, tcache: 0, allocated: 1, tallocated: 63
FML: MCP v7.44 FML v18.104.22.1682 Minecraft Forge 22.214.171.1242 Optifine OptiFine_1.5.1_HD_U_B3 3 mods loaded, 3 mods active
mcp [Minecraft Coder Pack] (minecraft.jar) Unloaded->Constructed->Pre-initialized->Initialized->Post-initialized->Available->Available->Available->Available
FML [Forge Mod Loader] (coremods) Unloaded->Constructed->Pre-initialized->Initialized->Post-initialized->Available->Available->Available->Available
Forge [Minecraft Forge] (coremods) Unloaded->Constructed->Pre-initialized->Initialized->Post-initialized->Available->Available->Available->Available
OpenGL: GeForce 6150SE nForce 430/integrated/SSE2 GL version 2.1.2, NVIDIA Corporation
Is Modded: Definitely; Client brand changed to 'fml,forge'
Type: Client (map_client.txt)
Texture Pack: KoP 1.5 V1 Photo Realism 64.zip
Profiler Position: N/A (disabled)
Vec3 Pool Size: 4853 (271768 bytes; 0 MB) allocated, 1252 (70112 bytes; 0 MB) used
Apr 10, 2013I have downloaded everything that is needed to install mods to my game, but no matter what I do, they will not show up in my game at all. I have read everything there is to read about installing them and have also watched a mass load of tutorials. Is there any one who can tell me what I may be doing wrong and explain to me, in terms a dummy(That's me) can understand. Any and all help will be greatly appreciated.Posted in: Java Edition Support
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Sep 10, 2014Microsoft is a good company and all, but I don't want any outside influence on Minecraft. Besides, every time a huge conglomerate gets hold of a company I love, they wind up ruining everything and it all goes to h#ll in a hand basket. Minecraft is fine the way it is. Bill Gates, you keep your clammy palms off of Minecraft, you hear me!Posted in: News
Aug 22, 2014WOW! I'm just now getting used to 1.7.10 and we have another version coming out. I have been anticipating 1.8 for some time and I hope that it is going to be as epic as they say it is. I really hope that all the mod author's have little or no trouble getting mods ready for it. I realize that it is going to be a while, but I am a very patient person.Posted in: News
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