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KJ_65

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  1. Thank you for reply I used the the adress from the receiving computer. You can see the adresses from the receiving computer in the second picture above. and how i used it in the sending computer in the first picture. I it didn´t worked. Can you maybe sendme the component.modem.send() function how you would write it for the channel "123" and the data "Hallo World" (I forget the quote so i send it again.)
  2. Thank you for reply I used the the adress from the receiving computer. You can see the adresses from the receiving computer in the second picture above. and how i used it in the sending computer in the first picture. I it didn´t worked. Can you maybe sendme the component.modem.send() function how you would write it for the channel "123" and the data "Hallo World"
  3. Thank you for respons, I tried it with the full adress and that also didn´t worked. So how do i have to use the adress exactly?
  4. Dear OpenComputer Forum Users, I tried to send a message with: component.modem.send("2ef", 123, "hallo") and the other Computer didn´t receive a modem_message. How I tried it: -Receiving Computer in the lua interface: component.modem.open(123) =event.pull("modem_message") -Sending Computer in the lua interface: component.modem.open(123) component.modem.send("2ef", 123, "hallo") -Then is saw the switch blinking, but on the of the Receiving Computer didn´t appear a modem_message. For the backround: I tried it wit
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