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OP

por

ColtsWalker

hace 2 meses


Stair blocks do not behave in a desirable manner when attempting to create a union to a slab block. Please take a look at the image at the following link which will explain by illustration ...

http://wiki.robotz.com/images/4/46/Smartblockfail01.png

Expected result: walk down stairs onto slab

Actual result: stair becomes block when slab placed, thus resulting in undesired drop-off

Please, for your consideration FireFly.


# 2

por

obi-

hace 2 meses


Here are the screenshots I said I'd send: https://imgur.com/a/TlQzbtd


# 3

por

obi-

hace 2 meses


Colts' screenshot, incase you're concerned with safety: https://imgur.com/a/6XbFG9U


# 4

por

Hummm

hace 2 meses


ya, really Colts... who doesn't run https in 2020?!?!


# 5

por

Firefly

hace 2 meses


It's more about shielding my public IP addresses than sending a GET request over plaintext HTTP.

I also strongly believe that there is nothing wrong with plaintext HTTP for non-sensitive matters. For HTTPS you'll always need to invest time and/or money getting a valid certificate chain going. Self-signing sounds good, but you end up paying with time doing user support.


# 6

por

ColtsWalker

hace 2 meses


Apache log still shows visitor IP address. I am not accepting credit cards on my media wiki.


# 7

por

Firefly

hace 2 meses


On my streaming PC I haven't set up any VPN or proxy yet so I'd leak my public IP addresses to your httpd access log. I'm pretty sure you don't want to DDoS me, but I like to play it safe :P


# 8

por

ColtsWalker

hace 17 días


Will this block suggestion appear in the update?


# 9

por

Firefly

hace 16 días


Not yet. I completely get the idea, but after investigating for a considerable time I haven't found a foolproof way to do this.

The meshing engine that turns blocks into the geometry that you see has limited knowledge of each block's surroundings. This keeps my code maintainable, modular and compartmentalized, but makes some block interactions impossible, since there's no way to know what a given block looks like and how the geometry should fit. This is one such case.

It is on my issue tracker for Angeldust v3.9, but I might postpone it if I can't make it work without invasive refactoring.


# 10

por

Firefly

hace 14 días


Right. So. I found a solution for making stairs connect to thin blocks.

And I also found a solution for repeating panel blocks and making them not act as doors as requested here:
https://angeldu.st/en/forums/topics/8764/Block+that+changes+doors+to+pannels

Shall I do a demo of it on the upcoming livestream?


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