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[Almost Solved][1.8] Detect Player Using Furnace or Craft's an item


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Hello, this is something I could do fine (3 years ago)... Now I returned and see that this is completely diffrent.

How do I check if the player has smelted or crafted an item?

 

I tried:

 

public class CraftingHandler (Usually I could implement CraftingHandler, however its now gone??? )

{

@SubscribeEvent

public void onSmelt(EntityPlayer player, ItemStack item)

{

if (item == new ItemStack(Items.baked_potato))

        {

                player.addStat(AE.bakePotato, 1);

        }

}

}

 

I am sorry for all the stupid questions, but it has been a long time since I modded Minecraft, I lost almost all the knowledge I had :P

 

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Creating is an event now.

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Hmm, just noticed that some code didnt get pasted.

 

So I got;

 

@SubscribeEvent

public void onSmelt(PlayerEvent.ItemSmeltedEvent e)

{

EntityPlayer player = (EntityPlayer) e.player;

player.addChatMessage(new ChatComponentText("TYETJOASD"));

if (e.smelting.equals(Items.baked_potato))

        {

                player.addStat(AE.bakePotato 1);

        }

}

 

But the achievement is still not unlocking, neither am I getting the chat message.

 

What am I missing here?

 

(Also; I do know basic Java, but it has been 3 years since I programmed with Java, so things go about slowly. Also; Forge was diffrent back then.. Very diffrent :P , Nothing of my old code was usable.. :P )

 

So I am sorry for the stupid questions; I really am. But how do I compare with the event, and an Item?

 

(Also x2: I know what == does, it compares 2 values to see if theyre the same... right? :) )

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NVIDIA GeForce RTX 2080 8GB

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Hehe sorry; Dont know why I tried equals.

 

Here's the up to date code: (Not including the proxy classes)

 

Main.java

http://pastebin.com/9PCZ05hS

 

CraftingHandler.java

http://pastebin.com/qz4RKLx7

 

Additional notes;

-Yes the achievement is being registered.

-The other handler's (found in main.java) work fine for what I use them for.

Intel(R) Core(TM) i7-8700K

32GB DDR4 2400MHz 

NVIDIA GeForce RTX 2080 8GB

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Thank you! :) The game now gives the achievement and outputs the text!

 

Just wondering though, why does the message appear at a random amount? Sometimes I get the message 4 times, sometimes 2, others 5 and so on...

If I were to try and count the amount of times something has been smelted, I would get a completely wrong resoult.

 

(int bakedPotatos;

(inside method)

 

bakedPotatos += 1;  )

 

If I did that It would get more than just one.

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NVIDIA GeForce RTX 2080 8GB

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