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Everything posted by Gladox114

  1. I think its working but its not starting directly so i would maybe start it ones before timer starts it "loopDelay" later. I appreciate it and thx for helping me
  2. Im not sure how to do the event stuff. Im half way a noob but i'll try
  3. I installed AE2crafting stock from here and edited it so that its a thread and uses an another screen and i want to use the home of OpenOS while its active to multitask... for more infos my codes: Drawtext to another screen > pastebin.com/NnsHQ4cB AE2 crafting stock > pastebin.com/wTbDU5di adjustScreen > pastebin.com/LU8eNn1n
  4. Yeah for now i just wanted to go a line down if the string contains "\n" in it. its cheap ik I am not allowed to use numbers in gpu.set() but i want so i need to convert however the number to a string.tonumber() converts a string with a number like "10" in to a number like 10. The opposite what i need and i thought that string.format() does the opposite.
  5. When i am in the Lua section and want to use the string.format("%g",num) it works like it should but in my code drawtext not... I want to use gpu.set(x,y,string) but my problem is that i want sometime numbers as strings but i don't know how to convert them properly info who is wondering whats drawText() drawText(print, gpu proxy) is my function that prints something on my second screen with a second graphics card to multi-task
  6. Thx for explaining it because i didn't understood the meaning of tx and ty in the gpu API ^^
  7. The gpu.copy() is a little bit bugged i would say or i use it wrong local c = require("component") local gpu2 = c.proxy(c.get("009")) gpu2.setBackground(0xCC0000) -- setting background to red local x,y = gpu2.getResolution() gpu2.fill(1,1,x,y," ") -- fill the whole screen red gpu2.setBackground(0x000000) -- setting background to black gpu2.fill(1,1,x,y/2," ") -- fill the top half screen black os.sleep(2) gpu2.copy(1,y/2,x,y/2,1,1) -- copy the red half bottom to the half top print(y/2) -- just to check if i calculate something wrong os.sleep(2) And it doesn't work at all as you can see in the picture... I maybe need some examples and tutorials for this.
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