just to ask this was the mod from tekkit that had the chest thing that let you turn 1 item into another right? if so where is it as I muse millnare and need a way to get a lot of cobble/sandstone/smooth stone.
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This mod lets you turn one to another. It has very limited use. Hovewer this isn't the mod that was in tekkit. It was Equivalent Exchange 2 from Xenophobe and was maintaned by pahimar. Pahimar created EE3 from a scrach as an open source. This mod is a succsessor to EE2 and it is still heavly in development. More features to come.
While I may completely misunderstand this single word exclamation (writing that out... I somehow don't doubt it..) You do realize that I had made the "EDIT:" post after the other single word post was made right?
What they said, but I hsould also point out that, NO this is NOT that mod... this is the next iteration of the ideas in that mod. There is a difference. If this were that mod then all the whining we see from people complaining about 'how long this mod is taking' and 'how feature less this mod is', would be legitimate complaints. I come back to this example a lot. Think about Halflife and Halflife 2. Halflife 2 had less than half the levels of HalfLife, but the technology (graphics, physics, etc) boost was massive. The Sims, the Sims 2, the Sims 3. MOST games would have included -constructs- from their previous iteration's expansion packs in the initial version of the next iteration... Sims 2 (and 3) were missing pets. Sims 2 didn't have gardening initially (or am I remembering that, speaking of vanilla, no expansions), but Sims 3 did. EA milked us for all out monies by waiting to reintroduce concepts placed as minor features in expansions of the previous game's iterations. (God only knows what they will remove when Sims 4 comes out...)
This iteration of Equivalent Exchange is missing things BECAUSE it is still in early development. Yes, it's been <insert time frame here> but unlike many devs and certainly game/application developer's he has a JOB that he has to do while also programming. (Don't yell at me, game/application development IS a JOB, but it is their ONLY job... they aren't doing it on the side as a hobby, which is my argument...)
So, yes, things are missing here from what was in EE in Technic... but they'll make their return (see the post starting this thread for confirmation--somewhere around EAQs, if memory serves...) when he gets around to it, and that will only be after the things that they require are developed because unlike many idiot devs (who add blocks as 'frosting'--there's another phrase for that...-that have no functionality, and then add the functions later... it's so unprofessional...)
Ok, gonna say one last thing and end this "wall 'o text"...
Kids, don't always take what your teachers/professors say on faith. Look it up. The professor I have for one class, a great and interesting guy-who often goes off on tangents-has said a LOT of things, much of which I have gone "what? That can't be right..." and looked up. Two examples: "The sun will end in 800 years." Looked it up, NASA's website: more than 1,000,000,000 years. He said "Etc" or "et cetera" means, "I can't think of anything else." which, I thought was right, because I had heard from at least two other sources (one that taught languages, one that took Latin) that etc doesn't mean what we use it as... Looked it up... EACH website either doesn't have it (either etc. abbreviation, OR et cetera, or 'etcetera'-in case I misspelled the first) OR defined it as EXACTLY what he said it didn't mean...
Oh, damn, this reminded me that I still needed to find out who the Latin professor (at a different college) is so I can ask an expert what it actually means.
Finally, the irony, the professor I'm speaking about actually spoke to the class about verifying sources... It was a longer conversation than simply saying 'verifying sources' conveys... but still.
P.S. if that professor is here and reads this. I mean no offense or disrespect... but, seriously, any good college student will check and verify the truth or accuracy of something that sounds wrong to them. I'm just trying to be a good citizen by informing everyone regardless of educational level that they should do the same... it's like that story you told us, about the nurse who gave fake credentials and was only ever caught because she threw herself a party and invited the newspaper... if people verify sources that <censored> won't happen again.
P.S. Moderators, is swearing allowed in spoiler tags? I just checked the rules and while it says, very clearly, 'self censoring is not allowed' and 'This includes abbreviated curse words and profanity within acronyms' I've seen so many examples of that being abused-and not caught or punished-that I really cannot tell. Just a curiosity.
Actually, I just read the lines beneath it, and a LOT of the rules are broken, frequently... Heck, I just quoted some in this post... e.g. Spam's "this" (as a simplistic 'one word' example of spam). Bumping (elsewhere). And I'll cite any other violations I notice in a 'more appropriate' location...
We now return you to your regularly scheduled yelling at one another.