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Oct 13, 2011Posted in: 1.0 Update DiscussionQuote from Katzurp
Oooh, this sounds better than Flint and tinder! Thanks! How much xp levels did it cost?
I'm not sure, but I think It's a high level enchantment. I enchanted a diamond sword with something 40+, and it gave Fire Aspect II.
Oct 13, 2011I think this is going to be one of the most useful enchantments, I'll never cook my pork or beef again.Posted in: 1.0 Update Discussion
If you think this is pointless, I'm just trying to get the word out about this useful combination.
Oct 13, 2011I can see it now...Posted in: 1.0 Update Discussion
An adventure map where you are told that this is a health station, and you go in to a small room to receive your instant health potion. But instead it is both a nausea and slowness potion, and a creeper is let loose, which has been given a swiftness and buff potion.
I WANT IT MADE NOW.
Oct 10, 2011I too wish I could love the game as much as I did when I first played it in Alpha. But that's not how games work sadly. You might be able to help though by taking a big break from playing, but I could never do that.Posted in: Survival Mode
Sep 9, 2011Posted in: Legacy SupportQuote from callum4400
how did u get the pre release
wow. Look at the front page of these forums.
To Ayabbe: The bug with your inventory is going to be fixed in the official release (~Monday), so don't worry too much about it right now.
Sep 8, 2011Posted in: Survival ModeQuote from browen
no cause when you move it will load another chunk of world and you will have to constantly edit it
I don't think that's the point. Flatgrass maps don't go on for an infinite distance, but they're still "all" flatgrass.
Sep 3, 2011Because apparently nobody else wants to give you a hint at what you want:Posted in: Redstone Discussion and Mechanisms
A minecraft computer would consist of RAM made of D Flip-Flops (look it up on the redstone circuits page on the wiki, and also YouTube) in an addressable (input an address code, get out the memory at that location)
It also would have the processor, which is a series of programs saved in some sort of memory, maybe Read-Only if you don't care, and a counter which cycles through each line of the program. Each line has a certain function which is decoded and then carried out. The architecture doesnt have to be by the book, but usually the function (actually called op codes) have an operation (such as add, subtract, save to memory, etc.) and an operand (the number/value being operated on. The number of operands in each op code and the kinds of operations you have can vary greatly. But one commonly used part is a cache. Where memory is moved to and from and operated from.
Note: I have little knowledge of what actual computer do, but this is what I know about how you CAN make a computer. You won't understand all of this immediately, but just look around, learn D Flip Flops a ton and how to make a counter/what to use a counter for. Just learning these few things can help you get a better idea of how they fit together to make a computer.
MetaNote: I probably left something out somewhere, but the part about researching still applies.
Aug 30, 2011Not without its share of bugs, but this is still incredible. Please get a team to help you develop this and perhaps eventually something for blocks other than water. This mod is amazing and I hope it becomes very popular, maybe even making it in to the game as an option.Posted in: Minecraft Mods
Aug 16, 2011Posted in: Redstone Discussion and MechanismsQuote from TheInventor
Oh, wow. I think I just might make a new version with your adder.
P.S. Don't worry, I'll give you credit :tongue.gif:
lol. I hope you realize that that isn't my adder, but thanks for the credit :biggrin.gif:.
Aug 16, 2011http://www.minecraftforum.net/topic/530607-grizdales-unary-adder/Posted in: Redstone Discussion and Mechanisms
I'm sorry you didn't see this earlier, because it's way more compact than your design. Just add an extra bit of simple logic to the end and you get what you need.
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