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ben_mkiv

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  1. oh, yea they can be placed on ground and ceiling, too. also added a multipart support, a dyeable keyboard and a recipe dictionary which can lookup recipes from items and store them to a database to the latest snapshot
  2. There are none within the mod, but you can do that with OC but it requires knowledge about how things work. you could use network messages to send a command to the computer which the alarm is connected to. Or (which is more complicated) assemble a Microcontroller with the Alarm inside, which does listen for the network message. How to use network messages can be read up here: https://ocdoc.cil.li/component:modem You should start with 2 computers which have a wireless network card, and when you got that running you could look into microcontrollers.
  3. please try to change alarm.setRange(1-60) to alarm.setRange(15) and report back if the issue persists
  4. Is this still a thing? :> Would love to have a special thinger with purple light (float) 0.8156, 0, 1 (ingame name: ben_mkiv) my oc projects are actually 3 addon mods that have ~10k downloads * OCDevices which adds tilt/rotateable flatscreens, new decorative computer cases and a external card dock (source on github) * OpenEntity a mod that allows to attach computers to any mob/minecart/player in the world (source will be released on github when its out of alpha stage) * OpenGlasses2 which is a revamp/fork of marcin212's OpenGlasses with new features (source on github) also contributed a bit to OpenSecurity 1.12.2, and im around in #oc on irc/discord to help and bug people from time to time
  5. Did you install the Mod on the server, too? Or did you just use it on the Clientside? Or was that Singleplayer Mode?
  6. https://minecraft.curseforge.com/projects/laggoggles you could install this mod, and profile the server usage, then upload the log or a screenshot of this screen: (iirc it shows when you click "analyze result" after running the profiler)
  7. Features: FlatScreen Panel frameless screen which can be configured to be "rotated/tilted" on the x/y axis and can render transparent (they work as normal Screens, Touchinput will be improved in the final release) CardDock external housing for OpenComputer Cards which can be bound to any machine in the Network Cases additional Tier3 computer cases from ZefTheFox Download on curseForge for Minecraft 1.12.2 https://minecraft.curseforge.com/projects/ocdevices
  8. nice, mineos also has one that can be used standalone and is worth a try as it got another charset https://github.com/IgorTimofeev/MineOS/blob/master/Screensavers/Matrix.lua
  9. The bee in question is the temporal species from careerbees but im not sure if it allows you more indirect component calls. probably not
  10. didnt test it but if im not wrong you have to supply the redstone signal from another block, did you try with a redstone torch (+dust) next to your computer?
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    https://github.com/GlobalEmpire/GERT/blob/master/GERT Whitepaper.txt
  12. nice made something similiar for wireless redstone control and such. can be installed by using "pastebin run https://pastebin.com/qK4WKzzi" and comes with an GUI which can autodetect microcontrollers in range
  13. I think its better to get into Java and make this stuff as a addon. Also some stuff is already covered by addon mods, like Computronics (https://wiki.vexatos.com/wiki:computronics) which adds soundcards
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