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Yay, I'm glad some people still play. If the server goes down or something, feel free to email me at [email protected], but it might be a while before I get your message.
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posted a message on KolaVille 100% Pure vanilla. [1.5]
Could you put the server up again? I would really like to play on it
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Does anyone still play this server?
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posted a message on Using Analog Circuits for security
Not only that, but with 1.8 you can hook comparators up to item frames and use those instead of jukeboxes. The rotation of the item inside determines what the power is
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posted a message on Using Analog Circuits for security
Meh, I just opened up Calculator and used the exponential button. I didnt do any detailed math, I just used the formula (A/T)s for probability(not combination amounts) where A = the amount of a criteria and T is the total and S is the amount(In minecraft terms, thats A = 1(one jukebox disk) t=13?(the amount of disks, not sure if thats right) and s = the amount of jukeboxes)

Anyways, one of the beautiful things about comparators is the subtraction circuit. It can reduce circuit sizes in a beautiful way.
Although, one of the things I like to say is "A nerd's greatest weakness is reality." This is an amazing system for securing your base, but unfortunately, sometimes, breaking in is as simple as a piece of TNT :/
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posted a message on Using Analog Circuits for security
I know this is a little late, considering the release of comparators was like, 1 gazillion computer-years ago.

Anyways, I had a sudden revolution of analog compared to digital.

First, what is analog and digital? Think of it like this. Digital works like this. On. Off. That simple. A 1 and a 0. A digital circuit only has 2 settings. Analog is more complex. It can be 3, 17 1/2, 9.3, etc. It has a theoretically infinite amount of settings. The analog setting on Minecraft isn't a true analog however. it only has 15 settings, which is the amount of blocks that a redstone circuit can travel.

The potential for this is incredible. The primary use I found for this is a security passcode. Instead of using, say, levers with NOT gates on some of them all hooked up to AND gates, you can use analog circuits for incredible passcodes.

I will put pics and instructions later, or you guys can help me out.

A quick calculation for you guys.

12 levers with 2 settings = 144 combinations.

2 jukeboxes with 12 settings = 4096 combinations.

The analog circuits tend to be bigger however, but you could reduce their size with subtraction circuits.
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posted a message on FUDGECRAFT 1.7.10!!!! *NEW* *WHITELIST* *VANILLA*
1)CPUMacGyver

2)I would like to join because I like to play on small communities, not large confusing servers,

3)Archery, Redstone

4)Evil things

5)Fantastically

6)Depends on the type of fudge.

I could totally help you out with port forwarding. I can also secure your server so hackers don't get in.
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not at the moment, I'm only accepting people I personally know for staff. If When RealCraft gets more popularity I would consider it, but right now I really have no need.
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Tada! its back up! for some reason, it shows the little X but it still works :/

Anyways, be sure to follow this thread( or whatever the saying is) so you can get the latest updates on RealCraft. Also I would like to see how many people still like and play RealCraft, even though I've kind of slacked off on it.
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Omg thanks so much for this. I have my own server called RealCraft that is this basic idea, but my friend hosts it and the server goes down often, so this gives me something to do in my spare time
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Omg! OK I have moved the server to my friends computer which is like a billion times more secure then mine, mcrealcraft.noip.me should work but if not the ip is at the top. The server may be periodically off because I forget to remind my friend to be sure its on. Anyways, thanks for being patient, and we hope to get it working 24/7
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posted a message on MCEdit: Minecraft World Editor (Now open source!)
Quote from Shrimp3000

Here's a quick review:
It took a while to download as it was over 8mb, so I looked inside the files and saw there were a lot of files.
After that I decided to run it, as you said, it is really slow, and it almost crashed once.
And also because it is slow, it is also hard to control.
But I think that if you work hard you might be able to speed it up, and improve it.
Once this is done, I think that it might be actually a good program.

This man deserves a medal. That is the most well thought out criticism I have EVER seen. Everybody give him a hand.
*rips out hand and gives*
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Can anyone give me some information on securing my server and such? My even-more-geeky-friend-than-I-am told me that I should set up a firewall and some fancy words I didn't know. I don't want my computer hacked, so can anyone give me some info on that?
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Karma is awesome. That's why, when you grief/rob/etc. your name gets added to a list of people who the admins can and will troll! So if you like pranking but can't handle it yourself, watch out!
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We have an awesome minigame planned! I haven't decided on a time yet, but everyone on the server at that time will be invited to play a game of Castle Wars! The goal is simple, destroy the block of obsidian inside the enemies castle, and win your team a point! Both teams will have 10 minutes to collect resources and get ready for war, then the battle begins!
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