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I've tried making boomerangs before, and none of my attempts with more than two blades have worked well. The two blade ones on the other hand are good.
I posted a new version of the mod to Google Play. It works with the latest qpython (/py) as well as qpython3 (/p3).
No problem. What I wanted to know is exactly what files you have in your .minecraft/mods folder and its subfolders. Running ls -lR is a way to get that. You could, I suppose, go with a file browser to the mods folder, and then tell me what's there.
Am I right in assuming you don't know how to use the Unix shell in OS X? (No offense!) If so, can maybe someone else help? I don't have a Mac so it's hard for me to be more specific.
Technically, rubbing alcohol (isopropyl) is toxic. But it evaporates well.
Use Terminal, cd to your .minecraft directory, do: ls -R modsAnd then reply with the output.
Did you try 1.11.2? I am using forge-1.11.2-22.214.171.1241Put all of the stuff from the mods zip in the mods folder, including all the numbered subfolders.
Is this with or without Raspberry Jam? I.e., is it just a problem when installing Forge?
Did you convert to paths?
I don't know. Maybe assemble the paper one and measure. It's been a very long time since I did this.
No idea, sorry.
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Have a look at the spec as well as at my brainflex source code. The source code says something about 0x02 being "POOR SIGNAL", but I don't know if that's in this position. https://github.com/arpruss/brainflex/blob/master/src/mobi/omegacentauri/brainflex/MindFlexReader.java
I hadn't thought of that. That's a good point.
That shouldn't be necessary. You should be able to have ALL of the mods for the different Minecraft versions in the numbered subfolders of your .minecraft/mods folder, so you can use different Minecraft versions, as long as you have Forge installed for all the versions you're using. Forge is then supposed to pick up the right mod for the right Minecraft version.
I am thinking of making an MPCNC (http://www.vicious1.com/assembly/). I wonder if it would be possible to combine the MPCNC's XY-movement with something like this.
I just added a direction option for slanted pens. The direction option specifies the preferred drawing direction.You'll need to design a slanted pen holder.
The lack of rotation is an issue, as is the fact that calligraphy pens are meant to be held at an angle with drawing in a particular direction.You could design an angled tool holder and then modify my software to decide the direction in which to draw each line.
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When the battery on my Elite stopped working, I just ended up buying a Sonicare Essence for $25. Seems to work pretty much like the old Elite.
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The cheap Bluetooth dongle I bought on ebay for a couple bucks worked out of the box with Windows 8.1... You can google for more Bluetooth drivers, I guess.
1. Sounds like a Windows issue with communicating to your HC-06. Maybe your Bluetooth driver doesn't support the serial profile?2. I would be worried about signal degradation in longer cables from the electronics to the electrodes.
Maybe it's paired with your Android device, and that's why the Windows device doesn't see it?Does your Windows device see the HC-06 unit when it's not hooked up to the Mindflex?
Have you connected a terminal emulator to it to see if it's transmitting ANYTHING? (Maybe junk.)
Do you have an oscilloscope to connect to the TX on the headset?
Without that connection, you can't switch modes.
The old one? Yes, with mcpiapimod, which is compatible with 1.7.10. But MinecraftEdu also comes with a free license for the commercial version, so I'd just use the latest commercial version with RaspberryJamMod.
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Have you tried using a faster computer? Or adding lots of debug println statements?
BLE doesn't have a serial profile, so it may not work as a drop-in replacement for the HC-06, and in any case the PC/Android end will need new software.
You can look on aliexpress. I think I've seen some. But I am not sure that any of them function as a straight serial to bluetooth bridge without the need for another microcontroller.
No, you can't create a new block type. But you can use some rare block type for this, and then in your script's game loop check if you're on top of the block by doing something like:pos = mc.player.getTilePos()blockID = mc.getBlock(pos.x,pos.y-1,pos.z)if blockID = STAINED_GLASS_GREEN.id: spawnBlocksAround(pos)and then have a spawnBlocksAround() function that draws blocks randomly around (I think my sample scripts include a random.py script to give you ideas).
/py render modelname
I wonder if for one-off holds one couldn't just print a thin shell, and then fill it with PU for strength. One could maybe economize on the PU (isn't it fairly expensive?) by throwing scrap metal or wood into the shell along with the PU. Or would that not work well?
Yes, concurrent use is possible.I don't know if the pi version of Minecraft supports mutiple players. I doubt it. You can, however, run a stock server on a pi. I don't know if that's compatible with forge, but I think so. Performance is likely to be poor and you won't be able to use a pi as a client.
For stylistic reasons, I'd omit the comma after the z in line 3 (but that's not the problem).
Looks like you don't have the sample script package installed, since you're missing the mc.py script. Did you install all the sample scripts in the mcpipy folder in the .minecraft folder?
If you choose "Put Winter Time", then the template generated includes the reminder "Add one hour for summer time", which you can then write on top of the sundial. If you have no DST at your location, there is no need for any such reminder.
Can I encourage you to share it?
Staying in the default 9600 baud mode is simpler and communication at 9600 baud should be more reliable, so I think you should not change modes. See the NeuroSky docs for how to get the data.
I think the same. The only difference I remember is that at the lower rate, the raw data packets are omitted.
How long does the laser pulse last?
Wikipedia says that you can make chlorine by electrolysing a salt-water solution. Lye is another byproduct: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Chlorine_production#Gas_extraction
Another instructable says that if you add salt, what you get is chlorine gas, not oxygen. Who is right?
Solution doesn't count as a liquid state? My chemistry is very rusty.Talking of rusty, today I did a variant of the electrolysis with long screws inside syringes, and four AA batteries. It was going too slowly, so I salted the water. I got a total of about 5 ml of hydrogen at the minus electrode, but I got no bubbles of anything at the plus side. But on the plus electrode, the screw was blackened a lot more. Could almost all the oxygen have gone into oxidizing the screw?
That's cool, and your control skills are a lot better than mine. You should post the game to Google Play.
I haven't tried it yet, but it looks good. How do you detect blinks?
In theory, it should work in this configuration. With default settings, if the Minecraft server is started first, the Minecraft server's python API will use port 4711, and the single user's python API will use the next available port, namely 4712. I just tried it and it worked like.My guess is that something went wrong with the single user setup. You *are* using the latest version? Do you have "Port Search if Needed" activated in the mod options? If you don't, then it will *only* try port 4711 and fail since the server has already taken that port. By the way, if you are using a server, and if the server is open to the Internet (rather than just to a LAN), you will want to use the security features in the current versions of RJM to authenticate your users. See my server securit...see more »In theory, it should work in this configuration. With default settings, if the Minecraft server is started first, the Minecraft server's python API will use port 4711, and the single user's python API will use the next available port, namely 4712. I just tried it and it worked like.My guess is that something went wrong with the single user setup. You *are* using the latest version? Do you have "Port Search if Needed" activated in the mod options? If you don't, then it will *only* try port 4711 and fail since the server has already taken that port. By the way, if you are using a server, and if the server is open to the Internet (rather than just to a LAN), you will want to use the security features in the current versions of RJM to authenticate your users. See my server security post here.
Do you have the latest version installed (0.75.2)? This issue reminds me of a problem that I thought I had already fixed. If you are using the latest version, or if the latest version has the same problem, here's something to try. Make a two-line script that says:from os import environprint environ['MINECRAFT_API_PORT']Then run the script from within Minecraft. It should show the port number in chat if all is well, and it should be 4711. I suspect it will print -1, and we will need to figure out why. :-)Email me at firstname.lastname@example.org and we can work through this.
Is there any danger of blowing the mic input on the laptop with a piezo element?
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