QnpfvTPz
QnpfvTPz
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11th February
11th February
Original creator: FograinWinter
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  • R33sesK1ng
    R33sesK1ng
    15th February
    NVM i got it to work. Just set the ctype of the FILT pixel touching the display 0x20000000 OR arbitrary value
  • R33sesK1ng
    R33sesK1ng
    15th February
    The display doesn't appear to be updating at all. Do I have to do something to get it to work?
  • FograinWinter
    FograinWinter
    11th February
    1. The LSNS in the upper right receives the ctype value of the FILT on the right, converts it to the life value, and passes it to the SWCH in the lower left. 2. SWCH decreases the life value by 1 as soon as it receives the life value. 3. The LSNS at the bottom right receives the reduced life value of the SWCH, converts it to the ctype value, and passes it to the FILT at the top left. 4. Finally, the FILT has a value of 1 decrease in ctype, and all of these actions occur in one frame.
  • 008cff
    008cff
    11th February
    how does the swch decrease the ctype of filt
  • FograinWinter
    FograinWinter
    11th February
    I think i said something a little wrong, but it doesn't mean it can't work without SWCH, it means it can't work if it's a different substance.
  • FograinWinter
    FograinWinter
    11th February
    3079999 see this save.
  • FograinWinter
    FograinWinter
    11th February
    no, if this device doesn't have SWCH, this device won't work. and the top right hand LSNS is to show that this device can be reset to any value, but it seems to be malfunctioning now due to oversized.
  • Schmolendevice
    Schmolendevice
    11th February
    It appears to just be reading out the SWCH's life property as a FILT ctype, whereby the upper right LSNS isn't necessary. I suppose it would be more useful if you could both transfer the ctype of one FILT into the a particle's life property, let the decrementer code in that particle run, and then extract the life back into a ctype.
  • FograinWinter
    FograinWinter
    11th February
    I cannot explain exactly how it works either. This is just a byproduct from researching 32-Bit FILT technology.
  • volta1435
    volta1435
    11th February
    very nice!!