@RebMiami (View Post)
yea, sorry for the misunderstanding
I thought of this element: Varbium (VARB)
It's a dust that causes Quartz (QRTZ) to grow as it increases its TMP, but if it touches gold it will explode.
When its frozen, its a liquid, but when its hot it becomes a solid.
It has a yellow color.
Electronics like lights
Released FFLD! I'm also going to be submitting it to the script browser and updating it alongside the GitHub released.
I've now selected the 4th element: GRPH (Graphite) by micro!
random numbers (RADN)
Ctype=1 and is conductive:Random number from tmp to Tmp2
Ctype=2 and RADN with Ctype=1 is conducted
The tmp with the same result will conduct electricity no matter where it is
Hello again, i recently downloaded the mod from the script browser and tested it out, and when i tested my suggestion, FFLD, it didn't work properly, it did work with default settings but it won't work when i change the TMP, i don't know if this is just a problem for me, a problem for the script browser in particular, or a just generally a glitch.
@Rubidianlabs (View Post)
The shape is also part of the mode, make sure you set it to something like 0x00001010 or else it won't work.
TIMR: Sends out a spark depending on either its temp or there is a pop up on setting the time (in seconds)
I think a great thing to add would be Radium! Radium (chemical symbol Ra) is a naturally occurring radioactive metal. Radium is a radionuclide formed by the decay of uranium and thorium in the environment. The most common isotopes. For example, uranium has thirty-seven different isotopes, including uranium-235 and uranium-238. of radium are Ra-226 and Ra-228. and if you dont like that you can use Potassium! it is a need for all living things
@mloneusk (View Post)
Unfortunately, you can already perfectly do that with DLAY + BTRY. It's a good idea but I'd rather not add stuff that can perfectly be replicated using vanilla elements.
@Yarnk7 (View Post)
Interesting! If I add another radioactive element, radium could be a good choice.
Edit: GRPH has been released!