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Lizzy Trickster

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About Lizzy Trickster

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  1. Lizzy Trickster

    No emails from this form

    This should now be resolved. I've also resent confirmation emails for those who might not have gotten theirs due to the email issue
  2. Lizzy Trickster

    No emails from this form

    Yeah, It's broke at the moment after Sangar updated some of his stuff. Should be fixed by the end of the weekend.
  3. Lizzy Trickster

    OC 1.7.2 released!

    OpenComputers version 1.7.2 has been released for MC Versions 1.7.10, 1.10.2, 1.11.2 & 1.12.2 As always, remember to make a backup of your world. Got an issue? Post it on the GitHub Issue Tracker or the support section of the forums. Download on Curse. New Features/Support Added: Sheep Power (and ocelot power) Carpeted Capacitors exist now. They work and connect just like normal capacitors and form blocks with them. Carpeted Capacitors generate power when sheep or ocelots walk on them. Power is generated when at least 2 of a type of animal are present. A single sheep and a single ocelot generate no power. Ocelots are notorious for their tendency to summon electrostatic fields from the feline dimension. They generate more power than sheep do. Yes, this means you can now use OC without any energy-producing mod again without having to change the config. Insert interesting reference mentioning electric sheep here Changed: Lua 5.3 is now the default architecture for newly crafted CPUs CPUs that were crafted prior to this update will continue running whichever architecture they were set to, or Lua 5.2 Added: Tier 1 Wireless Network Card (TheCodex6824) Can only have one open port at a time Has a signal strength of 16 blocks The already existing wireless network card is now the Tier 2 card, has not been changed in any other way. Added: Creative Component Bus (Xyxen) Allows servers to support up to 1024 components Added: You can now change the name of a robot using another computer. Added setName and getName to robots. Computers connected to the robot can access the robot as a component to call these functions. The Robot must be shut down for this to work Fixed: Certain characters and glyph width in screen rendering Fixed: Blocks with inventories failing to save under certain circumstances Fixed: Drones with chunkloader upgrades not always properly loading chunks (TheCodex6824) Fixed: AppliedEnergistics 2 integration Certain filters for getItemsInNetwork() not working getCpus() not returning the correct number exportIntoSlot() not working Added isCraftable to gathered item data Fixed: computer.addUser not erroring properly Fixed: Made cable collision box closer to cable shape (SquidDev) Fixed: Crafting Upgrade not always crafting what it should be crafting Fixed: Crafting Upgrade making items uncraftable Fixed: Motion Sensor still not working properly Fixed: Robots interacting with items that directly modify their inventory (like IC2 fluid cells) Fixed: Potential memory leak in networking code Fixed: getMetadata on the Debug Card on Minecraft 1.10 and above (BrisingrAerowing) Added: getBlockState for the Debug Card on Minecraft 1.10 and above (BrisingrAerowing) Fixed: Crafting a robot or drone with an EEPROM not working on Minecraft 1.12 Fixed: getAllStacks() on the Inventory Controller Upgrade and Transposer has been backported to Minecraft 1.7.10. Misc: Updated French translation (Naheulf) OpenOS fixes/improvements Fixed: install.lua now should work more like one would expect Changed: uuid.lua is now generating valid RFC4122 version 4 UUIDs (jobe1986) Fixed: Various fixes to vt100 support Fixed: Memory leak in process loading Fixed: Made modifier keypresses more specific in /bin/edit List of contributors payonel, Vexatos, Xyxen, TheCodex6824, SquidDev, BrisingrAerowing, jobe1986, Naheulf, SDPhantom, Zerotiger, anar4732
  4. Lizzy Trickster

    OC 1.7.1 released!

    OpenComputers version 1.7.1 has been released for MC 1.12.2, 1.11.2, 1.10.2 & 1.7.10 As always, remember to make a backup of your world. Got an issue? Post it on the GitHub Issue Tracker or the support section of the forums. Download on Curse. New Features/Support Changed: Diamond Chip recipe You now require cutting wire to cut the diamond. Added: ExtraCells and Mekanism integration (DrummerMC) [1.10.2] Added: ComputerCraft support is back [1.12.2] Fixed: Accessing disk drives and other containers in Tablets [1.11.2] Fixed: Putting items into Database Upgrades [1.11.2] Fixed: IC2-Classic mod incompatibility Added: Allow getting yaw of player through tablet component (ChristoCoder) Fixed: Microcontroller interactions with EnderIO item conduits Added: Maximum packet parts to device info of modems (Linked and Network Cards) Fixed: Drones now properly work with chunkloader upgrades (TheCodex6824) Fixed: Tablets not turning off their screen properly (AmandaCameron) Fixed: Motion Sensor line of sight Misc: Updated various translations Russian (S0ZDATEL, Fingercomp, makkarpov) Traditional Chinese (mymagadsl) German (Nex4rius) OpenOS fixes/improvements Fixed: Issues with booting OpenOS on very slow servers Added: Allow custom error objects to print to stderr Added: Allow mount points to use existing directories Added: Bind mounts to mount a directory as another directory Fixed: Allow .shrc to use tty stdin Added: Lua REPL input is now parsed with an implicit return (SquidDev) Adding a = in front of the code to explicitly add it still works. Changed: Shell history no longer adds items if they are duplicates (SquidDev) Fixed: CTCP messages in IRC client (Michiyo, skyem123) Fixed: Reverse lookup of keys in Keyboard API Fixed: event.cancel and event.ignore Fixed: Protect lua shell from serialization OOM failure Fixed: Too long without yielding error in /bin/tree (LeshaInc) Misc: Improvements to the vt100 library Misc: Various minor improvements to reduce memory usage List of contributors payonel, Vexatos, S0ZDATEL, Fingercomp, makkarpov, mymagadsl, Nex4rius, ChristoCoder, DrummerMC, LeshaInc, SquidDev, Michiyo, josephcsible, skyem123, TheCodex6824, AmandaCameron, Pwootage
  5. Lizzy Trickster

    OpenComputers 1.7 Released!

    OpenComputers version 1.7 released for MC 1.7.10, 1.8.9, 1.9.4, 1.10.2 1.11.2 & 1.12.1 As always, remember to make a backup of your world. Got an issue? Post it on the GitHub Issue Tracker or the support section of the forums. Download on Curse. New Features/Support Added: 1.12 and 1.11 support Added: New OpenOS thread library Added: Support for forge energy. Added: Re-add ComputerCraft integration. Added: Re-add Project: Red integration. Added: Re-add WR-CBE Integration (thanks gamax92) Added: Re-add IC2 integration. Added: Re-add Waila/Hwyla integration. Added: Motion Sensor is now an upgrade Added: Converter for fluid tank properties. Added: zh_CN and ru_RU localization Added: AE2 Integration (thanks Leon) OpenOS fix/improvements Fixed: numerous areas of code cleanup Fixed: memory cost reduced, Now requires ~140kB to boot to shell prompt Fixed: boot time reduced dramatically Fixed: /bin/ls fix for -p option to show / on dirs Fixed: /lib/event fix for dispatching signals to timers Fixed: /lib/keyboard reduced memory cost and fixed support for numpad in terminal Fixed: loadfile fix to allow relative paths Added: Separate core tty code from /lib/term, added vt100 support Fixed: ENV and _G fixes for load, lua shell, and shell environment Fixed: edge case in quoted whitespace in shell commands respected Fixed: mv and cp error message conformance and cleanup Fixed: install tool fixes Fixed: fix exit code issues with ls and piping Added: pastebin updates for https Fixed: serialization performance greatly improved Added: ls coloring now uses vt100 color codes in LS_COLORS Added: new file listing tool: /bin/tree (thanks LeshaInc) Other fixes/improvements Fixed: robot screen freeze issue Fixed: iron nuggets removed (vanilla has it now) Fixed: Little bit of scala cleanup, API refactoring Added: getAllStacks and getInventoryName to transposers and inventory controller upgrades for better inventory management. (thanks thiakil) Added: More robots names (thanks Nexarius) Added: Mouse release sends drop event even without drag Fixed: Made tank controllers work better with blocks that provide multiple tanks. Fixed: filesystem.copy() (#2432) (thanks SDPhantom) Fixed: Make wtrunc count missing glyphs as 1 (thanks gamax92) Fixed: Infinite loop in manual. Fixed: Robots not being able to use all items properly. Fixed: case where computers could run minecraft host machine cpu too high Fixed: table returned by getAllStacks().getAll() being 0-based. Fixed: Equipment slot actions. Fixed: bounding box issues that affect things like waypoints List of contributors Sangar, payonel, Vexatos modmuss50, SDPhantom, thiakil gamax92, asiekierka, Wilma456, stone3311 Nexarius, loveyanbei, 28Smiles, cyber01, LeshaInc
  6. Lizzy Trickster

    Forum layout all weird

    There, fixed. One of the recent forum updates changed some stuff with how the themes work and I hadn't yet updated the theme.
  7. Lizzy Trickster

    Forum layout all weird

    Yeah, i've also noticed that. i think one of the updates broke the theme. I'll see if i can fix it
  8. Lizzy Trickster

    too long without yielding in the serialization lib!

    This sounds like a bug which would be better reported over at https://github.com/MightyPirates/OpenComputers/issues
  9. Lizzy Trickster

    #OC Channel Rules

    Rules updated
  10. Lizzy Trickster

    OpenComputers v1.6.1 (+ hotfix)

    OpenComputers version 1.6.1 released for MC 1.7.10, 1.8.9, 1.9.4 & 1.10.2 As always, remember to make a backup of your world. Got an issue? Post it on the GitHub Issue Tracker or the support section of the forums. Download on Curse. Changes in this release: Added: Made wrenching an Adapter's side turn it off. (Vexatos) Added: metadata-ignoring fuzzy option to robot.compare. (Vexatos) Added: SignChangeEvent to sign upgrade (makkarpov) Added: whitelisting of debug card owners. (makkarpov) Added: [MC1.8.9+] Robots, Inventory Controller Upgrades, Transposers, etc. now support blocks and inventories with IItemHandler capabilities (Vexatos) Added: [MC1.10] Scoreboard class modification functions to the debug card (RussellLong) Added: [MC1.10] Re-added EnderIO integration and added Bundled Redstone support for EnderIO's Insulated Redstone Conduits (Vexatos) Changed: Allow multiple environment providers to return environments for the same block (Vexatos) Changed: massively major OpenOS update (payonel) Changed: Updated Russian translation (MoonlightOwl) Fixed: Allow draining dynamic liquid blocks if they're "full" Fixed: bit32.lrotate and bit32.rrotate (fingercomp) Fixed: broken c and e time formatting flags (gamax92) Fixed: Check if the world is remote before killing the drone (joserobjr) Fixed: disable fs.remove of devfs files (payonel) Fixed: Don't consume XP items when upgrade is at max level. Fixed: incompatibility with Sponge in robot movement logic. (Vexatos) Fixed: kernel naming in LuaJ (gamax92) Fixed: Make Machine.signal less picky about the types of maps it accepts. Fixed: Methods in ItemInventoryControl not doing what they are supposed to (Vexatos) Fixed: NPE when other mods request tooltips before font renderer is ready Fixed: os.time and os.date affected by host timezone (gamax92) Fixed: Power mountables without requiring them to be connected to the outside. Fixed: RedLogic redstone input reading. (Vexatos) Fixed: Validate NBT address of FileSystems (gamax92) Fixed: [MC1.8.9+] Newly placed cases having zero energy buffer capacity. Hotfix 1 fixes: Fixed: already existing adapters in the world having their sides closed. Not really important, except if you use the adapter for anything... critical. But who'd do that?
  11. Lizzy Trickster

    [RELEASE] OpenComputers 1.6.0

    Waitt a minute, i'm not Sangar... OpenComputers 1.6.0 is out for MC 1.7.10, 1.8.9, 1.9.4 & 1.10.2 The long awaited 1.6.0 update is here! As always, remember to make a backup of your world before updating. Download on Curse. Changes: Added: Rack mountable floppy disk drive. Added: Ability to interact with some item inventories using the inventory controller. Added: Support for RotaryCraft power (uses same conversion ratio as AE2). Added: Possiblity to define a viewport on GPUs, allowing to copy data from off-screen for performance trickery. Added: Cables will now remember which color they have and can also be dyed by being crafted with a dye. Added: Reenabled IC2 integration on 1.8.9. Added: Possibility to cycle through loot disks by crafting them with a wrench (wrench is not consumed). Added: Device info API. Devices may now provide generic information, queryable via computer.getDeviceInfo(). Added: More helpful messages when trying to run a missing program (when possible) via the new computer.getProgramLocations() API. Added: Trading upgrade, allows trading with villagers (Inari-Whitebear). Added: Allow defining custom HTTP request headers (invliD). Added: debug.playSoundAt (gamax92). Added: Parameter to specify AE2 CPU to use when requesting crafting (habnabit). Added: ThaumicEnergistics integration (DrummerMC). Added: Dyeing of hover boots to change light color (Vexatos). Added: Network activity indicator on servers (magik6k). Added: Brazilian Portuguese translation (hws689). Changed: Racks have been revamped. They can now house other things than servers and how things get connected is a lot more flexible now. Changed: Remote terminals are now bound to remote terminal servers which are a new type of rack mountable. Changed: Disk drives now also provide a component allowing to check for floppy presence and ejecting floppies. Changed: Geolyzer scan area can now be customized to be an arbitrary cube instead of only columns. Total volume must not exceed column volume, though. Changed: A couple of recipes. Introduced diamond shards/chips to avoid the massive diamond cost ramping of higher tier items. Changed: New font for screens, unscii, sporting much better readability (asie). If you absolutely detest it even after giving it a fair chance, you can restore the old unifont one using a resource pack. Changed: OpenOS got a major overhaul, in particular term related things, and also a few new built-in programs (payonel). This would deserve a changelog of its own, really... Fixed: Pseudo-hangs when crafting a massive amount of a recipe that produces the same output as it has as input. Fixed: A few GregTech recipes and related issues. Fixed: Userdata handling in LuaJ. Fixed: Power conversion for a couple of mods, oops. Fixed: Performance issues caused by compressing data sent to clients too much. Fixed: Performance issues caused by disk I/O when sending machine descriptor packets to clients (thanks to Player for pointing those two out to me; we need more BTMs). Fixed: Updated LuaJ and fixed a few more bugs in it (gamax92). Fixed: Mystcraft integration (ItsTheKais). Fixed: Updated BC wrench integration. Fixed: Robots being able to suck up certain flowing fluid blocks (effectively a liquid dupe bug). Fixed: Generator eating container items if they weren't taken out in time. Fixed: Disassembling tablets not dropping upgrade containers installed in them. Fixed: Some broken saving logic in 1.8+ due to subtle lifecycle callback order changes. Fixed: Fixed MCUs passing out messages other than network messages. [API] Added: Added sided version of block drivers, deprecated non-sided one. [API] Added: Processors/Memory may now define a provided call budget. [API] Changed: Geolyzer related events due to custom scan area. Click here to view the article
  12. Lizzy Trickster

    To be removed

    Looks good
  13. Lizzy Trickster

    Proposal: Universal interchange format

    Moved to OETF
  14. Lizzy Trickster

    What is this subforum for?

    Negi is correct, made a sticky topic which i'll make proper later
  15. Lizzy Trickster

    What is OETF?

    For now I will quote Negi, I'll write something proper here later
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