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    posted a message on Bukkit & Forge Compatability

    if you want to use both forge mods and bukkit plugins, you can make a cauldron server.

    but due to some takedowns this temporary site has put up the cauldron server files http://minecraft.maeyanie.com/cauldron/


    sadly (as far as im aware) version 1.7.10 is the newest available version.


    hope this post helped.

    Posted in: Server Support and Administration
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    posted a message on How 4J Studios could strategically implement Command-Blocks

    i agree with both of you.

    no one (including me) wants to pay for mods us pc players can get for free, But company's are company's and people are people.

    i know it might seem stupid but almost everyone wants more money then they actually need .

    Posted in: MCX360: Discussion
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    posted a message on Lets be honest, we need a 2.0

    i don't know about you, but back when i bought minecraft back in beta 1.3

    there was a page on minecraft.net stating that mojang would continue developing the base game as long as people where still interested in it.

    Posted in: Discussion
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    posted a message on How 4J Studios could strategically implement Command-Blocks

    If your reading this thread , you probably already know that 4J Studios should have given us Command-Blocks a long time ago...

    So that's why Ive come with a solution.


    Personally i don't think 4J trusts us enough to give us a "Real Command-Block" due to lack of players with the ability to use a keyboard #_#, but there is a way around that.


    They could use this as an opportunity to implement mods into console edition.


    for example here is a sample menu that i made


    command block menu example


    what kinda mods would you guys like to see in a menu like this?

    Posted in: MCX360: Discussion
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    posted a message on NEW!! combo-lock with 10-12 user support extremely compact for its features.

    I have just designed a combo lock with the ability to have 10 to 12 different combos simultaneously and is much more compact than the 9 button combo lock that is often used.


    using a modified version Wooly Creepers tileable xor gate design and a piston tape roll i managed to make this combo lock


    i give credit to wooly creeper for the original xor gate design and to trebito_t for helping me modify the xor gate.


    side view

    side view

    other side view

    other side

    top down view

    top down view

    input

    input

    modified xor gate

    xor gate

    Posted in: Redstone Creations
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