Now, I know I'm thinking outside the box here, but what if...

#1ajko000Posted 10/13/2012 2:01:42 AM
Redstone could be applied to a block, rather than on one of its sides? Or, you know, make a much easier tool for mechanical engineering so a simple 5 layer door doesn't have to have 20x20 wiring? I mean come on... I finally learn how to use the stupid ore and then I realize you need to do a bunch of ridiculous things just to get it to work right. :i.
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#2pstwoorbustPosted 10/13/2012 3:13:29 AM
Redpower 2

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This is minecraft. Why would u want 2 deal with uneven terrain? If you don't like the lay of the land, you punch it until it shapes the f*** up. l33t_ninj4_1337
#3_DTM_Posted 10/13/2012 3:38:20 AM
This might happen soon in a way. Someone on reddit suggested a redstone block that would work something like this and Jeb said it seemed like a good idea.
#4KaushadPosted 10/13/2012 6:49:17 AM
redpower 2. it makes it so much easier.
#5Mufufu_MasterPosted 10/13/2012 12:11:30 PM
_DTM_ posted...
This might happen soon in a way. Someone on reddit suggested a redstone block that would work something like this and Jeb said it seemed like a good idea.


^[citation needed]
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#6spartalaughsPosted 10/13/2012 12:37:11 PM
Mufufu_Master posted...
^[citation needed]


http://www.reddit.com/r/minecraftsuggestions/comments/10zmvr/latch_flipflop_which_design_would_you_want/c6igooq
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