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robot.use() not working with water bucket


I have a robot with a water bucket in the tool slot and I want to place water under thr robot. Under the robot there is space to place water. 

I tryed robot.use(sides.down) robot.useDown() robot.swing(sides.down) robot.swingDwon() robot.place() ... but nothing happends, the function returns false every time and I don't know why.

What am I doing wrong?


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6 hours ago, Molinko said:

Have you tried using the sneaky parameter with robot.use?


robot.use(sides.bottom, true)

and return false :(

If I try this with a seed, works well but I don't know what is happening with the bucket...

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Just now, Molinko said:

Have you tried it in the tool slot  and in an inventory slot(while selected)? I'm gonna try it and get back to you..

Try it and tell if it works but I think there is a bug. I tried the same comand (robot.use()) in opencomputers v1.7.2.67 and works perfectly but with the version doesn't work. 

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1 minute ago, Molinko said:

I just tried this in OC |  MC 1.12.2 | Forge

No dice. I guess there is indeed a bug.. Perhaps it was fixed in OC when you tried it.. Bummer

Sorry I tryed that in OC


In works as we expect

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On 3/9/2019 at 12:20 AM, payonel said:

fixed in our next dev build: https://ci.cil.li/job/OpenComputers-MC1.12/154/

please test a bunch. there are a LOT of things you can do with robot.use, and it is difficult to test everything

it will be helpful to know if this looks good for everything so we can push out a new release sooner

Okay thanks.

I'm going to test robot.use() in that new version and if I find new bugs I will post it here

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