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  • OpenComputer files are clearing themself
    If you're on an older version you might be being affected by this bug.
  • bug
    This is where you go to report bugs
  • Coud storage or multi-PC
    The OpenComputers Forums have a lot of programs, some of which may be useful for you. You can also ask for help there.
  • I am just not understanding
    now, if you write, 15)that will output a signal redstone of 15 to the bottom face of the Redstone I/O, also it will print to the last value of the redstone signal, in this case that will be 0 for default. (for more info about sides, look at
  • Show HN: Get started modding Factorio in TypeScript | 2021-01-25
    I'm also pleasantly surprised by this transpiler discovery.

    4 years ago I was managing a Feed The Beast (A heavily modded and themed Java Minecraft version) server and in that mod packages was OpenComputers ( which exposed a lua api and in game computers to the players. The OpenComputers Package Manager ( became a limiting factor to my players as they wanted some ability to load from other sources so I converted the program to MoonScript ( and maintained a fork with modifications for them.

    MoonScript was certainly more pleasant to write and maintain (compared to Lua), but type safety would've definitely helped squash some of the weirder side effect driven bugs. That said, I still think MoonScript is a great middle ground for things that are written in Lua but need some extra organizational tools.

  • Mod unplayable for me
    It may be something related to you system resources, try checking your cpu / ram usage while you are in game and when you open a computer, take a look at the minecraft log for hints on what could be causing the problem, you could also try using a different version of Java (try getting the latest Java 8 and tell minecraft to use that), it may also be something caused by the latest windows update (if you are using that os), try reverting back to a previous one. If it's none of the above it might be a game-breaking bug, try opening an issue over at their repository:


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