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Torezu

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  1. This should be less confusing: http://www.technicpack.net/a-note-on-forestry/
  2. No arguments here. I just started a new map to try out 7.0.1, and my base consists of a 4x5 box, 3 high, with a door. I go minimalist at the beginning. In there is a generator, 2 macerators, an electric furnace, an extractor, 2 alchemical chests, 6 regular furnaces for bulk processing, a bed, a crafting table, a ladder heading down to bedrock, and a couple of torches. Others I know couldn't stand being so cramped. But this game will always be fun because there will always be More To Do.
  3. Sneak and place one cobble on/over the edge. Stand back and place gravel on the cobble so it falls. Continue placing gravel until it fulls 2 full columns (you may need a lot). Dig out one column on the way down. Place ladders on the 2nd to get back up. The solution to the ghast problem is left as an exercise. > If you have enough gravel, just fill down all the way around. Make sure you stay as close to the middle as possible, or you may find you have to rebuild your way up.
  4. But oh, the lag! Also, the frame quarry. But what am I saying, when there are 50 different ways to do something with Tekkit/Technic, pretty soon there will be 51 people, all with their own way to do it. :)
  5. Make sure you're putting both the CodeChicken Core files and NEI files into the modpack.jar file in the Yogbox\bin folder. You must also have the versions for 1.2.3, not 1.2.5, or it will not work (tested). Many old versions are available on the Chickenbones mod page in the MCForums. Yes, similar threads do already exist in the Yogbox Discussion section.
  6. Oh, yes, come on a forum looking for help and call everyone who looks at your little thread "unhelpful" is a good way to...get help...wait, NO IT'S NOT. So, to be helpful even though I don't think you deserve it: don't use Norton. There. Problem solved! Unless you run the server in offline mode and work the launcher to run with your user name (don't ask how, I have no clue), your inventory will be empty and your name will be "Player" when you join the server. I have no problems connecting - I'm guessing it's a java path or batch file issue, since you have been experiencing these problems just since updating. I would advise reading the stickies and making sure you have your Java set up and the path typed correctly, and that both server and client are set up to use Java 7 (or at least the server). Oh, and the stars should be aligned too.
  7. Please, please, please be more specific. Exception to what? Windows firewall? Some AV program that's probably causing more problems that it solves? We're not dying of curiosity - it would just be easier to help if we knew.
  8. I beg to differ. This is a few months old, but I think it still applies. :)
  9. Each person's tablet capabilities (and maybe current contents/EMC) are stored in a file within the server folder structure, like the contents of alchemy bags. Sometimes these get corrupted - case in point, I had to pull the alchemy bags from a backup of my server because those, and only those, were damaged in a server crash. See if you can find your tablet file, back it up somewhere in case this doesn't work, and delete it. Granted, you will lose everything your tablet has learned so far, but...if EE re-creates your tablet file as soon as you access one, you can start it learning stuff again and it'll probably work in the future.
  10. I appreciate occasional posts like this, so I can harmlessly get out my daily dose of sarcasm and feed my personal sense of superiority (I can use the Search button!).
  11. Nope. Sorry. There is no easy-to-find folder with the path (Win7) C:\Users\[username]\AppData\Roaming\.techniclauncher\[modpack]\texturepacks where you could possibly put something like that, for the mod pack you are using.
  12. http://wiki.industrial-craft.net/index.php?title=Recipes_and_Resources#Cables Apply additional layers of insulation to existing cable. Multiple crafting recipes apply (3 separate rubber with a cable, 2 rubber with an insulated cable, 1 rubber with a double-insulated cable), or you can use a wire cutter/pliers (further down in the crafting list). Careful - uninsulated HV cable with a high enough voltage can kill on contact, or so I've been told.
  13. Single insulation will still damage you, just not as much. Triple insulation is needed to minimize (remove?) damage from live cables.
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