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  1. Moasseman

    Moasseman Well-Known Member

    Open launcher, click "Pack codes" on top right, write "BlastOff" (notice no space and capital B and O) and click "add"
  2. Recku123

    Recku123 Active Member

    What are the commands/switch mode options of Gravisuite? Can't figure it out, so can't charge my Advanced Diamond Drill with the Advanced LapPack since it doesnt transmit the energy from one to another...
  3. Moasseman

    Moasseman Well-Known Member

    Options -> key bindings
  4. Recku123

    Recku123 Active Member

    They aren't working... I set them to H (Display hud) F (fy key) from the GraviSuit options. I click them in game, in inventory and nothing happens... That mod is really really bad coded...
  5. Recku123

    Recku123 Active Member

    Well, I'll just carry with me a MFE + wrench...
  6. RealKC

    RealKC Popular Member

    If the key bind you setup has the color res than that means it's already used and you have to change it to something else
  7. rhn

    rhn Too Much Free Time

    What exactly are you trying to do?

    In order to charge a IC2 style tool you need to wear a chest armour that recharges them. This counts the different wearable battery packs as well as the armours from Gravisuite.

    Gravisuites Lappacks also have the option to recharge an chest armour(which in turn charges your tool) while it is inside your inventory. To toggle this behavior hold it and press (default) M + Rightclick.
  8. Pyure

    Pyure Not Totally Useless

    I built a Tier 5 Draconic Energy Core Thingy a few days ago. When I mouse-over the sphere of the core itself, I see that it can store around 59 billion RF. However when I mouseover an energy pylon it reports that it can contain 2.14 (2^31) RF. Am I doing something wrong? Should I be somehow upgrading the pylon?

    My major concern is that my reactors shut down when that pylon reports 90% capacity.
  9. Pyure

    Pyure Not Totally Useless

    Pyure, as it turns out that value is actually just the throughput of the energy core. I'm not sure why it appears like a maximum capacity.

    To determine the true maximum capacity of the energy core itself, you can use a comparator receiving a signal from an energy pylon. It will give you a reading in 1/15ths. Be advised that until your energy core is at least 1/15th full, the comparator will continue to read out 0 signal strength. You should be able to use this signal to rig up a new SR Latch setup and switch your energy sources on/off accordingly.

    Last edited: Feb 18, 2016
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  10. AwwsomePanda

    AwwsomePanda New Member

    New member with a simple question. After installing a mod pack do i need to update all the mods?
    Because its says there are new updates available for a few mod. And i dont know if updating them wil cause problems with the other mods.
    Its the UltimateQuestpack modpack. Hope someone can help me. ^^
  11. erindalc

    erindalc Popular Member

    Yes and no. If you know what you're doing (if you're new then you probably don't), then you can if you want the bug fixes or new features. However you shouldn't mess with updates if you are new to modded mc, or if you want to play in a server. The pack dev will update the mods when they see fit (usually once they've been tested for compatibility)
  12. AwwsomePanda

    AwwsomePanda New Member

    Thank for the quick response! . Im kinda new to modded minecraft so i wont be updating. Well let the adventure begin then :p
  13. Pyure

    Pyure Not Totally Useless

    Short answer: you're usually fine to just ignore the warnings unless you run into a specific problem and you find its addressed by a fix.
  14. Azzanine

    Azzanine Forum Addict

    Find this packs thread and see what it fixes. That is if the pack compiler makes change logs.
    Don't rush in to updating but don't withhold either.

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  15. Ashendale

    Ashendale Active Member

    Also, remember to backup your save before updating. This allows you more room for mistakes. If the update goes well, sweet.if not, just restore the mods to their previous version and your world will be safe.
  16. Ashendale

    Ashendale Active Member

    The only resource packs that cover a good amount of mods are:

    • F32
    • Soartex
    • John Smith Technical Remix
    • Unity
    • Sphax

    Am I missing any? Was looking for something new/different.
  17. Hambeau

    Hambeau Over-Achiever

    Also remember that a pack is a more complex configuration than a single mod, and may contain compromises in version level to ensure compatibility. A pack has been tested with the mod versions included, while a new mod may, for example, require a newer forge version that would break other mods.
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  18. Cptqrk

    Cptqrk Popular Member

    This... so much this....

    One mod can update, but it's compatibility with either Forge, or other mods in the pack may be broken. Best to just wait until the entire pack updates.

    Hell, if you load up old packs (1.64 packs) the mods will tell you new versions are available.. those new versions are for 1.7 or even 1.8... No bueno if you try to update those.
  19. Hambeau

    Hambeau Over-Achiever

    I haven't seen the older pack thing on Curse Voice so much, but then I've not tried manually updating packs beyond when the loader informs me of a whole pack update. I do have to update Veinminer manually since I added it myself :D

    However, I have experienced issues with individual mods while building experimental packs from scratch to test said mods using MC 1.8.9... Curse seems to sort the mod list based on the versions of MC and Forge you use, and sometimes a 1.8.0 or 1.8.2 mod is listed as compatible when it isn't, but 1.8.9 compatibility may be an assumption on the part of the mod author that I'm not using the newer Forge version.
  20. JunpakuKarasu

    JunpakuKarasu Well-Known Member

    Battered Old Stuff
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