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Apr 11, 2012You know you can use F2 to take screenshots, right? They're saved in your .minecraft folder. You can then upload them to a photo sharing site and embed the link they give you. It would give a better picture than with a cell phone camera.Posted in: Redstone Creations
Apr 6, 2012kab00oom posted a message on [ORIGINAL][EVENT]Minecraft Hunger Games - Join and Fight! (Not just another Hunger Games Server!) ~ HELP US BUILD APPLY NOW ~Posted in: PC ServersQuote from battlekid
Also, putting 24 people in is a good idea if we could manage it. If any of the build team that worked on the spawn plates is listening, will this work? What about using a slightly less complicated design? Maybe with tnt that is disarmed with a piston? Spawn plate would energize a current switcher, whose output would be next to some tnt (held out with a piston), and to disarm you would retract the piston. I'll go try that out and see if it works.
Once you get the server up, I can put in a new spawn plate I've made that's slightly more compact. Unfortunately, I have no idea how to make it smaller, since TNT takes three seconds to explode.
Feb 17, 2012kab00oom posted a message on [ORIGINAL][EVENT]Minecraft Hunger Games - Join and Fight! (Not just another Hunger Games Server!) ~ HELP US BUILD APPLY NOW ~Posted in: PC ServersQuote from MC rocks
Maybe it would just be the spawn plates thats about it
In the current arena, I would have to move the spawn plates something like twenty-thirty blocks away from the center to make room for the twelve new ones. We could do it in a future arena, just not in this one.
Feb 3, 2012kab00oom posted a message on Working CPU with RAM, branching, etc... (save added)Posted in: Redstone Discussion and MechanismsQuote from alexmondo12345
couldn't you give it more memory just by copying the memory you all ready have and putting it back down somewhere else
He could also necro post... Oh wait, you have that covered.
Feb 3, 2012Not to be a downer or anything, but this has been done before...Posted in: Minecraft Survival Servers (archive)
Jan 8, 2012I remember this from a piston elevator video that also used invisible stair blocks. The stair have a box when you look at them and can be pushed by pistons, but blocks can't be placed where they are. You can walk right through them.Posted in: Redstone Discussion and Mechanisms
Jan 3, 2012To port-forward, if you are on windows, go to the control panel. From there, go to System and Security, then Windows Firewall. Open Advance Settings, and go to Inbound Rules. Click New Rule (on the right), type of rule should be port. Select TCP as the type of port, then enter 25565(or whatever your MC server runs on, default is 25565) as the port under specific local port. Next, select allow connection, then private. Do the same as a new rule under outbound.Posted in: Server Support and Administration
Now to open the port on the router. Open an internet browser, then type in your router's internal IP address as the URL(default is 192.168.1.1). Normally, the default username is admin and the default password is password, but this could have been changed or be different, depending on the router. Check the box it came in. Find the Advanced Setup tab, then select Port Forwarding/Port Triggering. Select Add Custom Service, name it whatever you want. Protocol should be TCP or TCP/UDP, and all queries as to which port should be set to 25565. The internal IP address depends on the device you are currently using. To find this out, open a Run prompt, and type in cmd. A command window should open up, in it type ipconfig. Look for the IPv4 address, it should be 192.168.1.something. Enter this value in the box labeled internal IP address. This IP may change when you reconnect to the router, so make sure to check every time, and change it if it changes.
That's all. To test it, just run your server, check your external IP with some online tool(http://whatismyip.com/) and have players enter that. They may need to add :25565 to the end of the IP.
I'm not responsible if something bad happens, this is just what worked for me.
Jan 1, 2012kab00oom posted a message on [ORIGINAL][EVENT]Minecraft Hunger Games - Join and Fight! (Not just another Hunger Games Server!) ~ HELP US BUILD APPLY NOW ~Posted in: PC ServersQuote from Chugwig
How do you know this kaboom?
We decided this a long time ago, possibly before you were here. Anyway, what does it matter if we do once the Game is over?
Dec 30, 2011Posted in: PC ServersQuote from crazykillecurse
Is there any way you could put this map up for download? This seems AMAZING, but I want to be able to play it with my buddies.
Yes, we will be, but only after the Game is over.
Dec 10, 2011Posted in: Redstone Discussion and MechanismsQuote from HamachiServer
What I meant by don't say it adds is dont just say it adds
No **** it adds
Thank you for the information.
Edit: May I ask, what else would you need to make a CPU?
I am going to make a veeeery simple CPU
Well, in the ALU, you would need multiple arithmetic and logic functions. For the CPU, you would need the ALU and I believe RAM.
Dec 10, 2011Hey I would like to join, I've been looking for a survival server.Posted in: Minecraft Survival Servers (archive)
AGE (Do not lie, it doesn't matter really): 16
Do you have skype?: Yes
Do you have a microphone?: Yes, but I would prefer not to use it.
Dec 8, 2011kab00oom posted a message on CHALLENGE: The Great Redstone Formula of LimitationsPosted in: Redstone Discussion and MechanismsQuote from dracoix
Food for thought:
Why is it not possible to build a working i486DX CPU? PROVE IT.
Why is it not possible to build a working 4MB of RAM? PROVE IT.
Is it possible to build a working 128-bit IEEE-754 standard FPU? PROVE IT.
All of these should be easily answered by ONE FORMULA. CHALLENGE: FIND IT.
1 and 2: Bad logic. You can't prove that, because there are always unknowns. A better way to go about it is to prove that it IS possible.
3: Yes, this is how you should go about the proofs.
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