Chip fab + bundled cable + buttons = keypad
The chip fab is an awesome way to compress complex circuitry, but it seems limited by the "one button per block" user interfaces possible in minecraft.
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Jul 19, 2014WarwickAllison posted a message on [1.7.10] RedLogic - replacement for RP2 Wiring/Logic/LightingPosted in: Minecraft Mods
Jul 15, 2014Posted in: Minecraft ModsQuote from TorakWolf
The newest version of OpenComponents is compatible with any version of OC ( as long the MC versions are the same, of course ).
I guess then my question is if there are OpenComponents builds for MC 1.7.2, or just 1.6.4?
Jul 12, 2014WarwickAllison posted a message on Sandra's Mods - OpenAutomation! - Now with LASERS!Hard to tell only reading the source code, but it seems a useful alternative to Robots moving items around when simpler tasks. A bit unreasonable if it can transport items via OC Cable or worse, OC WiFi, but that seems the case. Can it craft?Posted in: WIP Mods
A use case: put the block behind a chest and have it automatically maintain stacks of compressed vs. uncompressed items (eg. Redstone blocks vs. dust, Iron blocks vs. dust).
Jul 9, 2014Is there a corresponding OpenComponents build for 1.3.0?Posted in: Minecraft Mods
Fantastic job, by the way. I've not used OC or CC before and I'm thoroughly enjoying a lua-programmable Minecraft. Robots seem a little overpowered (not much of an edit to dig.lua turns them into completely autonomous world grinders), but I'm a bit tired of mining anyway :-)
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