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|ID||Project||Category||View Status||Date Submitted||Last Update|
|0002270||Industrial-Craft²||E-Net, cabling, storage/transformer blocks||public||2017-10-19 08:52||2017-10-20 22:55|
|Target Version||Fixed in Version|
|Summary||0002270: Wind turbines stop transferring power after 64 blocks (Y) is past.|
|Description||After the user is 64 blocks away in height, wind turbines will not transfer power at all.|
Unusual behavior shown via imagery:
http://prntscr.com/gz9qlb (Baseline picture to describe the 64 block limit thing)
http://prntscr.com/gz9r6u (Behavior 1)
http://prntscr.com/gz9rou (Behavior 2)
Behavior 1 shows how a cable past the 64 block 'limit' is unable to receive any power. This is not caused by power loss from the glass fibre cabling itself, as the EU/t rate sharply declines from 80EU/t to 0. The cable just above it does receive the power from the turbine.
Behavior 2 shows how me, the entity, going past the 64 block limit causes the power to completely stop transferring among all the cabling.
Note: this is a singular cable, no splitters or anything special on it.
|Steps To Reproduce||Create a windmill setup.|
Use what I used (steel blade, glass fibre cabling)
Make the windmill over 64 blocks tall.
You will notice that, when you are at the bottom level (lets presume its at y:0), the cabling will not receive power from the windmill (which, presumably, will be at y:80, over the 64 block "limit".)
Now, using the measurements from earlier, make a platform around the cabling at y:16 or higher. y:16 is exactly 64 blocks away in this example, so it will still transfer power if you are there.
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