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Dustpuppy

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  1. And me again. I take also port 148 for internal usage of my gui, that is more and more getting a managed window system and port 4662 for short messages. Think, that i will need more, as longer i am coding on the gui
  2. Here we are!!! I am finished for the first release....(i hope) If you want to test it, just do "pastebin run Kz9E2JGL" on the computer in your minecraft world. You need an internet card for this. This will install all needed files in /usr/lib/windowmanager and /etc/windowmanager. During the installation you will be ask for the admin user name and the password. You can choose, whatever you want, but best is to use your mc username, because the software will add user to the computer using (funny sentence), like useradd in OS does. After finishing the installation just start it with "windowmanager" Minumum requirements for the computer are, a tier 2 screen, a modem, a keyboard 640k ram and a user who use it. I will do a proper documentation, how to make own programs, after i got some response and when i find the time. For now, just have a look into /usr/lib/windowmanager/programs/program_frame.lua. It's a frame work for making new programs. Or have a look into the other files in this directory. Here's a list of functions that are available. Not complete, but i am working on the documentation. Enjoy and have fun.
  3. OK, now i am fully lost. That's too much for my little brain at the moment. Don't you think it is too complicated for the normal user? Most people using lua in OC are beginners , not coders. Even it is complicated to me, i am talking about the normal player, who just want to put some information on his screen.
  4. The export of local functions i've solved. Functions can be changed on every element. Now a kind of custom element can be set by using the new element function directly. So, it's possible to make multiline label, taht acts like a button. But i have no clue about OOP. Never used it. Started coding when i used OC the first time ;-)
  5. Someone allready taken a look at the new gui? I need feedback :-)
  6. The door controller under the security door.
  7. Looks like, i will leave it, like it is now. Have started a new gui, because this one is not flexible enough If someone want to test the new one, it's here https://pastebin.com/J4SXwzHa Dokumentation is on top of the file. At the moment it only has 2 elements, a button and a label, but i am working on more. When i've finished it, i will make a new threat.
  8. I will start reworking it 2morro. Hope i get it done over the weekend. Depends on the weather outside.
  9. I will remake it completely, if i find the time or it will rain outside. Have some more ideas, but at the moment i have to train a horse first as my major time shedule. If you have any ideas for a nice security system, let me know and i will see, what i can do.
  10. Have done some work on the gui. Most internal, but also put in a vertical slider, a chart and some other elements. Download link is the same as allways. Here's an overview of all functions. I will do a proper documentation, if i find the time, but i think my code is good enough to understand it.
  11. It's because ur using MC 1.10.2 The names of the blocks are changed in Open security, compared to MC 1.7.10. I will redo the programs with the new names for MC 1.20.2 if i find the time. At the moment i am working on my gui.
  12. During coding a transporter system for RF Tools i found a little error in the list part. Corrected it and uploaded again. Same Pastebin then before.
  13. Do u have a link to the github, where i can find your code?
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