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Feb
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comment Is Dr. Ned Dr. Zed in Disguise or is This Simply a Recurring Gag?
Warning: TV Tropes Will Ruin Your Life
Feb
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comment How can I tell if a civilian is a Faceless?
@J.C.Leitão No one said it wasn't a flawed approach, just that its results were accurate. ;)
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comment Where are all the stars located?
This is exactly what I was looking for. Trying to search a puzzle zone for a single star after having solved all the puzzles and having not spotted it is a right pain. I'm enjoying the exploration, but having to back track over areas I thought I'd explored isn't all that much fun.
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comment How do I create a very long delay with Redstone?
1) This question is three years old. 2) Its been answered sufficiently. 3) This question is THREE YEARS OLD
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Aug
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comment How do I create a very long delay with Redstone?
Binary counter, yeah. Would work.
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comment How do I create a very long delay with Redstone?
You'd be surprised how much track you need for a 5 minute long loop! We've got a whole metro system that takes about 3 minutes for a complete loop and took several hundred track to build. (It's also going to get a track-switching upgrade here soon, as soon as I can work out the schematic with sticky pistons and assuming it's better than what we have now)
Aug
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comment How do I create a very long delay with Redstone?
I'd have posted my own solution, except I can't for about 5 more hours. :P Guy below, however, did have what I was looking for.
Aug
23
comment How do I create a very long delay with Redstone?
Yep, that's exactly the video I had been looking for, and then found. :)
Aug
23
comment How do I create a very long delay with Redstone?
The TFF idea won't work, as I have a slow input signal (it's the output from a light sensor, so it toggles on every sunrise and off every sunset) and wanted to tie that to a door so the door would stay open for ~5 minutes. A TFF would require a clock-input, and the clock would have to be turned on and off based on the initial input signal. I found a solution though, digging through this one guy's youtube videos. youtube.com/watch?v=xsC2xoQi38I Extremely compact design that can be delayed exponentially through a linear increase in circuit size.
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