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graphic interface

Question

To start, i'm french and it's difficult for me to explain my project.

 

I have 8 diesel group. they are separated in 2 big system. a system is connected to an IDSU.

 

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Every system send an receive redstone informations by bundle :

  - 2 informations are received (Turn-ON and Turn-OFF)

  - 1 information is send (stat diesel)

  

 If the Turn-OFF information is true, the diesel is turned off. if it's false, the diesel is in automatic.

 If the Turn-ON information is true, the diesel is turned on. if it's false, the diesel is in automatic.

 Turn-ON and Turn-OFF can't be activated at the the same time.

 

 The IDSU can be deconnected by splitter cable control by redstone.

 

My project.

 I wan't to use a graphic interface to control the 8 systems and the IDSU.i want use 2 bundle, 1 for send, and 1 for receive

 

 

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 Is it praticable ?

 

thanks

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It might be, yes.

Are you able to provide in-game screenshots of what you want it to do? That may help us understand and give you better help :)

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sorry

i'm not explain correctly.

i would to know if it's praticable to use a graphic interface to control redstone like a tactil screen ?

 

on the second picture, it's an example of a graphic interface,

 

and i'm search example of program with graphic interface.

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So you basically want to utilize the screen signals when catching events where a person clicks on an attached monitor? That will give you the X and Y coordinates of the character clicked, so if you have an area of characters (like: X > 5, X < 10, Y > 2, Y < 6) and the signal's data matches with a specific range, then you can execute code for what the button does when clicked.

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