This mod adds a Printer, File Cabinet and Shredder to OpenComputers for 1.6 to 1.12.2
No need to ask for ModPack permissions, you're free to include the mod in your pack!
hey, could you tweak the printer model? It doesn't fit minecraft nor OC aesthetic. It would be fine as a block with textures doing the detailing, like the shredder and cabinet are.
In reply to karolofgutovo1:
you can use this resourcepack to change the model to a block (but the hitbox will still be the one from the non cubic model)
how to install:
Could you make a little tutorial on your wiki on how to make the printer working? when i enter op.writeln("test yo bro!") it says me "true" and nothing happens in the printer.
In reply to bobodoustaud:
you use multiple .writeln() calls to add lines, then you use .print() to actually print those lines.
In reply to MichiyoRavencroft:
ok thanks !
Please make a 1.11.2 version!
Congrats and thank you for this mod.
As a sugestion will be interesting something like printed books of ComputerCraft.
I have bibliocraft installed and I can put Printed Pages and Folders in the bookshelf but I can't copy them in Typesetting Table. I'm not sure about the solution maybe you can do something.
Now all I need is for this to print a 1.12.2 OpenFM update and we've got a complete set #smoothandsubtle
In reply to Alaberti:
Woo! 1.12! Yay!
Looks really good! Are you planning on updating to 1.12?
Will you update it to 1.11? It would be great.
op = component.openprinter
is a bit misleading for beginners... why not say:
op = require("component").openprinter
For ink cartridge uses:
"4000 uses by default, changeable in the config."
"returns the number of uses left in the ink cartridge 0-100 (default)"
which one is it? 4000 or 100?
The default is now 4000, it used to be 100.
What does the folder item do?
Cool, this is a nice quality-of-life/extra-fun-stuff mod :)
Sorry for asking a (probably) stupid question, but --
What's the folder used for?
You can place printed pages inside them (Shift click with it in your hand) and view them by right clicking letting you navigate the printed pages like a book.
Isn't there an easier program for this one?
I am not a LUA user or lua language learner.