Discussion in 'White List Servers' started by Typical_Name, Aug 17, 2012.
ah i see. thanks!
I threw in the math question because a few people (and this was MULTIPLE people) were having trouble interpreting coordinate directions, as they were apparently unaware of the difference between positive and negative numbers.
Hes taking mah job!
Yes, the computercraft computers are much more user friendly and the code is much much much more fun to use!
Computercraft also comes with lots of fun peripherals like CCSensors and reactor monitors.
mmmm what are CC sensors?
CCSensors are built in monitoring system, you can use them to detect anything from nearby players and mobs to the amount of EU in an MFSU or temp of a reactor.
Dear god, Typical enable this shit right this second.
Holy smoke stacks!
I like to build things in Minecraft mostly
Accepted! Welcome to Aftermath
I'll try and add ComputerCraft back in when I can. I probably won't be able to log in for the next day or two, I'll be way too busy with homework. Let me know over the forums if there's any problems.
Yay! I guess I better start learning Lua.
Oh it isnt enabled yet?.... I've been using it since yesterday....
i like building and mining in minecraft
i don't understan the question so i say 1000 becuse it is positiv.
And yes Junithorn, we enabled ComputerCraft. I haven't fully configured it yet though, so some features might not work.
Yeah the turtles wont dig, I guess it hasnt been OPd
Still nice to have sensors
A new nether dimension with nether ores is in, just have to find the portal.
Actually, it's the old dimension still :P. The new dimension is the one without ores. In retrospect, that doesn't make a whole lot of sense, but I expect the OreNether to be regenerated every now and then (probably every month or two).
What you like to do on Minecraft (pvping, building, socializing, slaughtering monsters, etc):Building
Which number has a larger positive value, -1500 or 1000?:1000
[Optional] An essay of any length on your favorite historical figure:No thanks
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