Previously requested elements
DO NOT Add suggestions directly to this wiki page. It is the moderators/developers/administrators who look over suggestions and decide what should and should not be added. And even they will change their minds on occasion (I.E, Mercury, protons, virus, gold). The following suggestions generally require large changes to the code base, so they have very little chance of being added compared to a simple element with reactions.
However, if you care so much about it, do it yourself and make a mod.
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Magnetic effects on METL, BMTL ETC
>Would require a new layer and some fancy magnetic field calculations (a lot of work). Unless someone takes the initiative to do it,
A solid heater and cooler element would affect the temperature of particles in contact with it.
Rejected - Use GOL elements (Static GOL cools, Moving GOL heats), HSWC, other other fancy heating using controlled reactions.
Solid objects stay together, and fall down due to gravity. They also rotate, and bounce off other solids.
Rejected - Very hard to code, the current engine does not support it. The best we can do is very glitchy and not what people want
Allows you to glue powders together into solids.
Rejected - this is sort of like moving solids, just won't work.
Allows you to type in lua commands, or old console (!) commands, to be run when sparked
Rejected - lua commands could be dangerous and contain viruses, also read below
Property setter / property ray
Gives any element that it touches all it's properties (life, tmp, tmp2, etc.)
Rejected - Read jacksonmj's post here: http://tpt.io/.224643 . If anything, this could just be in a mod, not official.
(Implemented here though)
Many people would like to see sounds, like explosion sounds, water sounds, nuke sounds, fire sounds. This just won't happen though. Particle simulators like tpt just aren't made in a way that would easily allow sound to work. All the particles on the screen exist at once, so sound would have to come out of everything at one time. It's hard to imagine how every sound playing at once would work. Perhaps the best that can be done is some element that plays a note sound when sparked. Entire realistic sounds for a few random reactions would not sound good though.
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