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  1. The report button is equally effective, I'd rather not fill out a Captcha every post, and moderating first posts would just be annoying considering the number of people who sign up for strictly bug reports. Anyone foolish enough to fall for the spam post link bait deserves those Ugg boots and the myriad computer issues within.

  2. I think someone figured out a better way of firing crap into space without it breaking apart from the high G-forces on initial firing...

    Well damn son, I live right out near Cochrane where this space destined potato gun lives XD.


    I'm apt to question its effectiveness though. You'd essentially need to be achieving velocities much higher than orbital speeds regardless of the overall acceleration by the time it reaches the barrels end. I'm too tired to do any research right now, but does anybody know the current G tolerances that are accepted for satellite launch vehicles? 

  3. By not screwing it up, evidently. As I did not build the pack, I can't say exactly what has gone wrong, as the above error reports that every single mod in the entire pack was improperly added and is missing a whole slew of stuff. Frankly, I've never seen it before.

  4. To provide a very simple awnser, we do it because it prevents pirated users from playing minecraft illegally. That is the entire reason we require it.

    And you can download every. single. mod out there without this. You'd just have to build the packs yourself.

    Also, please read the forum rules, Signing posts is against it.

  5. Your a developer, you say? So your Java 7 version, its the JDK and not JRE, right? Because JDK has been known to cause issues. If thats the case, I'd recommend removing the JDK and replacing it with the recommended apple version for 7, and seeing if the issue resolves.

    Tech Jargon time, since you've done java dev. We are getting a reflection invoke error deeper in the report, and that would indicate that something in the calling of the function has broke, as opposed to the function itself, IE java cannot find the normal 64 bit libraries that it wants, as its following the technic pack instruction set for them. JRE has a different structure, from my knowledge, that JDK, which means if JDK is the primary version of java 7, then the directions that technic pack gives would be pointing somewhere completely different, than they would be for regular java. End of tech rant.

  6. This is a minecraft error directly, not a modpack error, but I'd gander its something in 32 bit java throwing a fit. Try updating LWJGL and seeing if that helps, but 32 bit Java is notorious for causing trouble with mods.

  7. Well for starters make your own bug report, do not commandeer another one. We don't appreciate having to run around putting out multiple support calls on one thread, its just a mess.

    If you can do that, we can begin helping you.

  8. Do you not have any crash logs, any error reports? Try checking the technic folders to see if any are present.

    Furthermore, ensure your antivirus is uninstalled, as they usually prevent the launcher from running properly for the first time a pack runs.

    Finally, 32bit Java is known to be quirky, so ensure your java is 64 bit and not 32 bit

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