jacob1
jacob1
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30th Aug 2014
21st Apr 2015
Explains all the modes / features of DRAY so that you don't need to go look in the source. DRAY was added in TPT version 90.2, and originally from my mod.
nice update tutorial jacob1 1615589 dray ctype tmp2

Comments

  • Palpatine333
    Palpatine333
    7th January
    nobody saw. the J1 on the INWR part. that means Jacob1
  • AwsomeKitty
    AwsomeKitty
    21st May 2018
    Who is FourOhFour??
  • CarlTM
    CarlTM
    1st Apr 2018
    Jacob1 and the other developers of this lovely game. Thank you for your work considering the small problems this game is the best for me. Thank you again.
  • MrGameandWatch
    MrGameandWatch
    14th Apr 2017
    jacob1 a guy named clavin wants to be unbaddned
  • coolsteve_
    coolsteve_
    25th Mar 2017
    WHAT???!!!!!!!!!!!!!
  • TheArchitect
    TheArchitect
    9th Jan 2016
    Sontaran: /()()\ (TPT supports this well)
  • TheArchitect
    TheArchitect
    9th Jan 2016
    I'm better with time-gravity visualizations and time travel than coding. :P
  • TheArchitect
    TheArchitect
    9th Jan 2016
    E,A,G,B and E are also good. (Guitar strings.)
  • PortalPlayer
    PortalPlayer
    18th Nov 2015
    the_new_powder99999 & jacob1: yes, storing a value as a string isn't the best thing in the world... especially in the wonderful world of C strings, ahem, arrays of chars, ahem, pointers to the first char in a block of chars. Don't let Minecraft teach you otherwise!!
  • jacob1
    jacob1
    23rd Jul 2015
    ctypes *are* a number. if it says WATR in parenthesis, that really means ctype 2 :P. It just uses element IDs. At one point you could see this with FILT, by default it was ctype PHOT, when really that is just what the number comes out to. I guess you can see with GLOW right now, once it gets high enough it stops showing "Ctype"