Subframe Chipmaker Mod

  • mark2222
    December 2017 Member 0 Permalink

    @Sanpypr0 (View Post)


    jacob1's mod is built on an entirely different codebase from vanilla, having to support both would be double the work (I can't even do a direct merge). Also, his mod has a few simulation differences from vanilla, which is contrary to this mod's philosophy. I'm not sure the extent to which features in my mod can be converted to Lua scripts, but that's outside the scope of my mod.


    If you have features from jacob1's mod that you think would be great in my mod, feel free to mention them here and I might implement them. Also feel free to mod features from my mod into jacob1's mod to make your own new mod. I'm sorry that there isn't an easy way to get features from both mods at once.

    Edited once by mark2222. Last: December 2017
  • Sanpypr0
    December 2017 Member 0 Permalink

    @mark2222 (View Post)

     thanks for the reply, i figured it would be something like that.

    maybe i'll switch stamps from this mod to jacob1's, that might work i guess

    jacob1's mod has a lot of features with the hud that i use so you could possibly implement that (tmp2, deco color, etc.)

    thanks anyways!

    P.S: showing deco color and the filt .tmp mode is genius, i didn't even notice that until now

  • mark2222
    December 2017 Member 1 Permalink

    @Sanpypr0 (View Post)


    The vanilla HUD currently shows you everything you need (i.e. it'd show you tmp2 for particle types where tmp2 actually matters). If you want to customize the HUD, you can make a Lua plugin for it.


    For reference, here are some examples of other people's custom HUD Lua plugins: (Boost.ExtendedHUD.lua, though it depends on his larger Boost framework)


    By the way, the FILT ctype and tmp HUD display is a vanilla feature, not my mod's.

  • mark2222
    26th April Member 1 Permalink

    Version 1.6 is out! Thanks to Daswf852 for the ctype display idea.


    Note that this is a breaking change (in the sense of workflow habits, not simulation). When setting the ctype of FILT with the PROP tool, you will need to prepend a "c" to enable 30th bit handling. For example, "c19" will set the ctype of FILT to 0x20000013.


    Merge changes in 93.3.
    Allow property tool to set temperature in kelvin.
    Make property tool 30th-bit handling opt-in.
    Allow spectral data to be displayed in hex and unmodified decimal.

  • moonheart08
    27th April Member 0 Permalink

    @mark2222 any plans on merging in RAYT? 

  • mark2222
    27th April Member 0 Permalink

    @moonheart08 (View Post)


    This mod tracks stable versions, not snapshots, particularly when it comes to simulation changes. I'll merge RAYT when it comes out with the next stable version.


    If I don't notice when the next stable version is released, don't hesistate to inform me.