If its not to hard for someone to explain for me how to create a building that can later be used by others in Millénaire it would be great
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Use this guide:
Guide on making custom buildings (RTF file) 0.3: http://bit.ly/millen...03buildingguide
Also, you can use this one I laid out (http://www.megaupload.com/?d=MW4FN3YG
) and just plug in your changes (easiest way). Use the guide to get the corresponding letters for items you which to place.
Run MC with your building plans installed then exit the game and check the Millenaire log which will tell you in an easy to understand way what problems there may be with your building plans. I still use the old .txt way of making building plans. I have not tried the .png yet. Hope this helps.
Re: [1.5_01] Millénaire - NPC village (0.3.8b: bug fixes)
by BlackNavi » Thu May 05, 2011 2:12 am
If anyone is using the Millenaire mod along with the Industrial Craft mod (viewtopic.php?f=1032&t=199635&p=4582567#p4582567
) here is a Solar Array that is custom made by BrianSki and myself, BlackNavi:
Place the building plans (circularsolararray.txt) into .minecraft/millenaire/buildingplans/custom
Circular Solar Array (kit) A.K.A. The Mad Scientist's Lair
For those who play using Millenaire and Industrial Craft. Produces a circular building with space for plenty of solar panels, with placeholders for necessary devices. You will need to manually place the appropriate Industrial Craft objects.
Replace the wool with cables, and place switch cables in the center of the "+"es. Replace the exterior planks with solar panels, and place solar panels on top of the exposed cables on the roof. Replace the interior planks with MFEs, MFSes, or switch cables as desired.
Produces 13 power from each flower, 39 from each side, 156 total. There is built-in space for 4 emergency generators per side, 16 total, expandable to 6 per side, or 24 total. Emergency generators fit into the slots next to the upper MFEs.
The basement is an ideal spot for all of your machines.
The building does NOT need to be completely filled in with panels and MFEs before it becomes functional. You can do useful work with as little as one MFE, a single solar panel, and a handful of cables.
One side filled with solar panels, using switch cables to connect to a single MFE:
http://img839.images... ... 600.th.png
That same side, with 3 MFEs and a MFS:
http://img20.imagesh... ... 914.th.png
An array with a full set of solar panels (new version is flush with ground level):
http://img109.images... ... 047.th.png
Something not working? Make sure you replaced ALL the wool blocks with cables. There are wool blocks beneath the MFE placeholder blocks too.
*Note: The steps in the video have been replaced with a ladder to free up roof space for more generators.
There are also additional "side rooms" at the wiring level for storage, etc..
Be aware that this Array takes many MC days to build and you will see the builder pacing back and forth alot because she is building the underground part that is not visible to you.