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Re: [Mod] Elepower - A new powerful modpack [elepower]

PostPosted: Mon Jan 28, 2019 14:06
by Festus1965
IcyDiamond wrote:I don't understand what you're trying to say. The OP clearly states that this mod is for 5.0.0-dev.


The Thread name is "[Mod] Elepower - A new powerful modpack [elepower]"
only if i open and read (what takes time and data transfer) I can see the first Post with "Currently developed towards 5.0.0+."
In my option too late, i thought as this issue will be important when 5.0.0 is out and used, should be faster to realize between until 0.4.x and from 5.x.x
"[Mod] Elepower - A new powerful modpack [elepower] 5.0.0+"

Re: [Mod] Elepower - A new powerful modpack [elepower]

PostPosted: Mon Jan 28, 2019 14:53
by IcyDiamond
Chem871 wrote:What about adding battery nodes to hold a lot of juice, and steam turbines, for realistic, simple power generation?

Both of these things are already in elepower

Re: [Mod] Elepower - A new powerful modpack [elepower]

PostPosted: Mon Jan 28, 2019 14:55
by IcyDiamond
Festus1965 wrote:The Thread name is "[Mod] Elepower - A new powerful modpack [elepower]"
only if i open and read (what takes time and data transfer) I can see the first Post with "Currently developed towards 5.0.0+."
In my option too late, i thought as this issue will be important when 5.0.0 is out and used, should be faster to realize between until 0.4.x and from 5.x.x
"[Mod] Elepower - A new powerful modpack [elepower] 5.0.0+"

Well it's not my fault you don't read what you're downloading before you do

Re: [Mod] Elepower - A new powerful modpack [elepower]

PostPosted: Mon Jan 28, 2019 15:45
by Festus1965
IcyDiamond wrote:...
Well it's not my fault you don't read what you're downloading before you do


Well, its not my fault, when I have to open a Thread first, just to search for the 0.4.x or 5.x compatibly to realize if that mod can be used on my server, and it would be WORTH to read even to open it.
As after know, IF I can use it on my server,
THEN I should be interested to read it, and decide to open the thread, read the issues and answers and then download and to use it.

So this Thread is not worth to open and so to read for me, as I cant use it for 0.4.x servers.
And after the experience from today, not sure if I will ever host with 5.x ---

Re: [Mod] Elepower - A new powerful modpack [elepower]

PostPosted: Tue Jan 29, 2019 10:05
by texmex
Festus1965, you're behaving like a jerk. If opening a thread is too much work for you then you have larger (bandwidth?) issues to deal with than to pester the author of this mod.

Re: [Mod] Elepower - A new powerful modpack [elepower]

PostPosted: Wed Jan 30, 2019 01:40
by Chem871
What about a machine that repairs tools? It would be an alternative to an anvil.

Re: [Mod] Elepower - A new powerful modpack [elepower]

PostPosted: Sat Feb 09, 2019 12:22
by IcyDiamond
Chem871 wrote:What about a machine that repairs tools? It would be an alternative to an anvil.

Added. It's called the Energy Density Reconstructor and it's part of the elepower_tools mod.

I've been also working a bit on the Thermal Evaporation Plant which will be used to create lithium.

Re: [Mod] Elepower - A new powerful modpack [elepower]

PostPosted: Sat Feb 09, 2019 14:27
by Chem871
What about a way to get rare metals from stone and cobblestone? Y'know, stuff like titanium, and beryllium, which would be excellent machine casing materials.

Re: [Mod] Elepower - A new powerful modpack [elepower]

PostPosted: Wed Jun 12, 2019 12:12
by BillyS
Chem871 wrote:What about a way to get rare metals from stone and cobblestone? Y'know, stuff like titanium, and beryllium, which would be excellent machine casing materials.


Some smart player would hook a cobble generator up to that ... Don't know how server owners would feel about infinite ores. (Unless you could only get specific ores from cobble, but still a bit OP imho.)

Re: [Mod] Elepower - A new powerful modpack [elepower]

PostPosted: Wed Jun 19, 2019 17:00
by Chem871
What about a machine that melts and separates reactive metals from their ores? Metals like lithium, magnesium, etc.