Hi everyone. When I noticed that nether quartz was going to be developed in the next update, I had this idea:
Why not crafting nether quartz dust, with nether quartz? (NQ=Nether quartz)
Because NQ is used to create electronic components...
It is like: You obtain NQ, put it in one space of a crafing table (or inventory crafting). You will obtain 1 nether quartz dust every 1 nether quartz mineral.
But it is not all: NQ dust has a particularity: It will not join redstone dust (normal redstone wires), so we will be able to create smaller circuits and machines (more compact).
To join NQdust with redstone, we will need a redstone or NQ block (any of them) between the wires we want to join.
I don´t know if it's a good idea that NQ dust could conduct signals upto 20 blocks instead of 15, NQdust would be more used that redstone.
Another idea: Why not crafting non-delay repeaters with nether quartz?
I gave this idea, because official update is going to be developed.
I hope you like my idea; bye.
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Dec 28, 2012I was thinking... why not create a block, where items don´t dissapear?Posted in: Suggestions
For example; a block hard to obtain in the nether or the end.
It would help to create useful things; mails (dropping a book and quill), and more things.
I will edit this later, I have not time.
Oct 8, 2012Hi to all. Well, I wanted to do a short suggestion:Posted in: Suggestions
What if in creative mode, we could have more than 9 items ready to use?
Sometimes I am building something, and I have to open the inventory, move blocks, search and more.
I know that we have 9 spaces in RTU (ready to use) because our numeral keyboard has 9 numbers (without 0), but a lot of users uses the scroll mouse wheel...
In options there should be an option which say: "ready to use spaces: (1-15)" you can choose between 1 and 15 spaces, and it is set in 9 by default.
And now I am thinking, in survival it can be used too.
I hope mojang read this, and put this option in 1.4.
And another thing.. Support my idea!!! |
Oct 6, 2012Hi to all, I have a very good idea: Redstone inolated wire.Posted in: Suggestions
Why? Well, I don´t know you, but I use redstone all the time, for making doors, or automatic systems.
What is the problem? well, actual redstone complex circuits ocuppies so much space, because to keep two redstone wires isolated, you need a block between, and that block ocuppes space.
So, I have the solution: Isolated wire. You can place two isolated wires without a block between, and they will not touch or interconnect, unless you want that to happen.
Well, I will tell you some characteristics of this great item:
Because it is crafted with 2 redstone and 1 iron, it has more conductivity, and a signal can reach  blocks instead of 15, like redstone dust wires.
It can be placed on ANY side of a block; up, at the sides, and UNDER.
To send a signal up, you need a block where to place the redstone isolated wire.
It can resist water; you can create underwater connections, because it is isolated
REAL Characteristics: Well, in minecraft all the crafted blocks have a similitude to the real life, or have a "Logic" crafting.
To craft isolated wire, we use redstone and iron (conductors), and one piece of leather (isolator).
I like this idea, because minecraft will not need to have new items, or anything, we use actual items.
Well, lets see some images, to make it easier to understand.
As you can see, we use 2 redstone, 1 iron, which brings conductivity (5 blocks more) and leather, that isolates the conductors.
Now, let´s see this new item behavior, and how it works:
The signal does not reachs the second wire
There, the signals reachs the second wire, because we joined it together.
Now, the tdiference between normal redstone, and isolated wire:
We can see that it is not the same...
This yes, but it ocuppies more space:}
OK, now let´s see their behaviors:
The wires are placed like this, depending of the position they were placed ^
I will show you how it would be, if we could see it inside minecraft worlds:
Sorry for bad graphics, I used paint.
You can see the difference between actual up-sending signals and the futuristic ones:
It can be really useful and practic, only placing Isolated wire on a wall, or anywhere!
Well, returning to the main idea, How can I interconnect two isolated wire?
Like this, I will explain:
1) Place isolated wire somewhere else: (blue points are clicks)
2) Click like right side of the image, and then the node will be done. If you do this BETWEEN two wires, you will have this:
And that is all, friends.. It is not a difficult idea, but it is so useful.
Please, share this topic with another people, Mojang MUST read this topic, help!!!
I Hope you like it, Tell me what you think!
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