Something like Transport Pipes, but for 1.15.x

Discussion in 'Plugin Requests' started by dry_dan, Mar 21, 2020.

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  1. Minecraft version: 1.15.x

    Suggested name: PipeHopper

    What I want:
    Replacing hoppers with pipes. But those pipes would be causing much less lag. The pipes should have different types: Normal, Fast Pipe, Sorting Pipe.
    Now, basically, the pipes extract items from the chests, and the pipes next to it, which are all 1 direction only (including all metadata etc), then being able to go through a sorting pipe, which can have multiple items go through it, being decided by a gui, but if items cant go through the sorting pipe bcz they are a different type of item, then they go onto the next pipe. So a sorting system like that: (the | are the sorting pipes, and the _ are the normal pipes, altho i do want normal pipes being able to go down.)

    chest _____________________
    | | | | | | | | | | | | | | | | | | | |
    chests here

    To make these pipes, just use the recipes from

    Ideas for commands: No commands needed for this plugin.

    Ideas for permissions: none needed

    When I'd like it by: Doesn't matter, just soon
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    Last edited: Mar 22, 2020
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    Duuude. that's not possible with plugins, you need a mod for that. Btw, to make something work without lag is not so easy as it seems. There's no : .setLag(10) method. Hoppers have eccellent code, but if you abuse them to much, the world or the server starts to lag. Theres nearly nothing you can make ):
  3. :{
    :{ that is very sad. Also, apparently it is, as transport pipes exists...
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    Have you tried installing transport pipes on a 1.15 server? some plugins still work with newer versions, especially because this one isn't legacy and 1.13 uses the same commands and such.
  5. hey, yeah ive tryed that as first thing. Its highlighted in red, and has no functions
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