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    posted a message on Corpus Craft - [ 1.14.3 ] [ Vanilla+ Survival & Community ] Mature 18+

    I think we can all agree that we prefer fluffy disks of cake with syrup on top, and to be accused of CRIMES, when there's EVIDENCE! So, as they say in Canada, peace ooot!!!

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    posted a message on Corpus Craft - [ 1.14.3 ] [ Vanilla+ Survival & Community ] Mature 18+

    I was posting in the wrong thread. Whoops!

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    posted a message on CorpusCraft - [ JUST LAUNCHED 12/26 ]-[ 1.13.2 ]-[ 24/7 ]-[ Vanilla ]-[ Mature 18+ ]-[ Community ]

    Also, just to let everyone here know, until June 16th, we are having a raffle on the server! Just post here PLZ and TY.

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    posted a message on CorpusCraft - [ JUST LAUNCHED 12/26 ]-[ 1.13.2 ]-[ 24/7 ]-[ Vanilla ]-[ Mature 18+ ]-[ Community ]

    It's been a while since I was last here.

    Yeah, I remember joining this server back over a year ago now.

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    posted a message on CorpusCraft - [ JUST LAUNCHED 12/26 ]-[ 1.13.2 ]-[ 24/7 ]-[ Vanilla ]-[ Mature 18+ ]-[ Community ]

    Age: 19

    In-game Name: ThePhysician2000
    Preferred Name: Phys
    Location and Timezone: Eastern Coast, EST

    What are some of your goals for this server: To actually complete that darn Ship Graveyard!

    Tell us a little about yourself: Just an old veteran MC player with oldschool redstione knowledge.

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    posted a message on CorpusCraft -[ LAUNCHED 5/6! ]-[ Survival ]-[ 24/7 ]-[ Vanilla ]-[ Mature 18+ ]-[ Community ]

    Age: 18


    In-game Name: ThePhysician2000
    Preferred Name: Phys
    Location and Timezone: East Coast (I prefer not to reveal exact location for privacy reasons), EST
    What are some of your goals for this server: More or less to get a little bit back into Minecraft. I plan on building a ship graveyard when the server would be updated to 1.13
    Tell us a little about yourself: Although I'm slow to progress in game, once I get what I need I become nearly invulnerable. I have a bad habit of racking up deaths at the beginning, and also putting every darn enchantment I can on everything.

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    posted a message on [WIP] [Updated 2015/7/28] ThePhysician2000's furniture mod: Comming soon!

    Although this reply is somewhat late, due to me not hovering around here like I used to, I figured I might as well say it.


    In reality, I stopped updating this mod for three reasons: Life, Plagiarism, and Convenience.


    On the convenience side of things, I basically had no idea what I was doing. Essentially, I was looking at other people's code to see how they did something, like inventories, and making my own spin on that. There aren't too many tutorials that go in-depth about the more complex Minecraft things -I remember how it took me months to figure out how to properly rotate a block- and I really hated being forced to look at the source code just to do simple things. Since I was still in school, I didn't have much spare time to take Java lessons; and in all honesty, I hate the language anyways. And no, I'm not a C++ advocate. I also hate C++.


    Then there was plagiarism. I don't know if it was honestly him/her stealing my ideas or not, but a certain someone who's mod is more popular than mine kept adding features to his mod that I was going to add to mine. That got real old real fast after he added a fish tank.


    And then life. About two years before I graduated, I realized that I was wasting my time playing Minecraft instead of more productive things. I had been playing on my favorite server, "Happy Valley", and I was basically the only one there 90% of the time, until one day I remembered what my father said about people he knew wasting their lives on games. I then decided I needed to change, and I swapped over to watching anime as my main hobby. I figured I was better off with something I get tired of more easily than focusing on the more-addictive sandbox game.


    And that's pretty much it. I honestly don't think I'll be updating this mod until such a time as I have nothing more productive to do. You may see a 1.24 version, but don't hold your breath.

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    posted a message on Misquoting
    Quote from PepsiCola350»


    Screw your opinion! Don't be so childish! Water ballons! Really! >:(


    Oi, oi, who's childish? What you have said doesn't make you seem any more like an adult.
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    posted a message on The Elements Mod [1.7.10][1.8][FORGE]
    Quote from ZEkA10000»

    Lol :rolleyes:


    Ehh? I don't get it.

    Also, wow, two years since this mod was last updated? I think that breaks my record.
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    posted a message on Locate command in 1.11.2 is bogus
    Quote from Cryptopian»

    I've noticed something similar with portals. As a test I stacked three portals on top of each other with the middle one at the same y in the nether as the y in the overworld, and it took me to the one that had the same y. Then I broke the one in the middle and moved it 50 blocks away. The overworld portal still linked me to the one with the closest y even though the x and z of the other two were closer to what should have been the target location.

    I discovered that accidentally when I ended up with a portal loop. Portal A in the overworld sent me to portal B in the nether., but portal B in the nether sent me to portal C in the overworld, and portal C in the overworld sent me to portal D in the nether, and portal D in the nether sent me back to portal A in the overworld!



    So, in other words, it's in how the game processes the location of structures in general, and this has nothing to do with the actual command itself.
    Also, that is very weird. Not quite sure how that happened.

    Quote from TheMasterCaver»

    That shouldn't be happening if they calculated the distance correctly; that is x * x + y * y + z * z, where xyz is the difference between the player and structure coordinates; the effect of y will be insignificant for all but very short distances (usually less than 64; the deepest mineshaft I've seen had its center room at y=5; assuming you are not flying at y=1000 or something).

    Unless... they have y in blocks while x and z are in chunks and/or they are not correctly converting to/from chunk/block coordinates (chunk coordinates are the more likely measure to use since structures generate aligned to chunks, not blocks). The command doesn't even give you the exact y coordinate in many cases since that requires actually generating the structure (as opposed to calling a simple canSpawnHere() method, which only accepts chunk x/z coordinates).


    I think the formula could be simplified to [ |x1 - x2| + |y1 - y2| + |z1 - z2| ] where '1' is the structure's location and '2' is the player's.
    That chunk co'ords thing could very well be the source of the problem, and also be something that Mojang could easily overlook.

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    posted a message on Locate command in 1.11.2 is bogus
    Quote from Cryptopian»

    That's a good thought. I went back into the creative mode copy and checked it out.

    Starting at 87 99 375 (petty close to the world spawn point) I get the following:

    /locate Mineshaft reports 2056 (y?) 1160 the actual closest mineshaft point to that location was 1989 42 1181

    I moved a couple dozen blocks and tried locate again.
    This time it reported: 1160 (y?) 2056 and the actual closest mineshaft point was 1206 19 2071

    The closest mineshaft in reality to the starting point of 87 375 is at 354 34 280 which depthwise is between the other two.

    Curiously, standing at 1240 62 2099, almost directly over that mineshaft, typing /locate Mineshaft does find the mineshaft under my feet.

    So I was kinda right; it looks like it's looking for the closest on the Y axis, not highest, then looking at the X and Z axises. It could be considered a bug, I guess, since the Y axis doesn't really affect travel.
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    posted a message on 1.11.2 Anvil Changes...
    Quote from mrbrianweldon»

    Mojang have never ever worked like that. They make changes all the time that people hate and they do not change back. A recent example being nerfing mending on infinity bows.

    I don't quite understand exactly WHY they did that. Guess what? I have a bone and arrow farm!
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    posted a message on 1.11.2 Anvil Changes...

    It's probably Mojang doing something silly.

    "Oh, hey look! You can rename a stack of items for the same cost as a single item! It even includes the Anvil's durability changing the same! NERF!"

    Never mind the fact that all it does is cost us more Iron. :P We DO have Iron farms, y'know. LOL

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    posted a message on Locate command in 1.11.2 is bogus

    I'm guessing it's doing it by layer (E.G. the highest mineshaft gets detected first). What were the Y-co'ords for them?

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    posted a message on [WIP] [Updated 2015/7/28] ThePhysician2000's furniture mod: Comming soon!

    Little bit of status report:

    Things so far have been good. Post 1.8 actually made some things easy, such as rotation.


    As for inventories, I have no clue whether or not I can get them working. Basically, I am working off of pure deduction, as I can no longer find ANY info beyond the basics, blocks, items, etc., as any 'advanced modding' is pre-1.8, which is basically becoming irrelevant to me. I think I can succeed, but don't hold your breath.


    Note: Some current blocks will NOT be compatible with the new ones, as the TileEntities are changing. I may also be moving this over to the completed mods, as inventories are the ONLY thing holding me back.

    Posted in: WIP Mods
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