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[1.8]Make booleans stay after quitting Minecraft


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Oh ahah ok ok

 

that's actually a good point. maybe config is not for you then

 

You need to save stuff to config . config only does it the other way around takes it out of config from what the user changed. you need to save to a file your booleans  or save to NBT data or something like that.

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Oh ahah ok ok

 

that's actually really easy

 

config = new Configuration(e.getSuggestedConfigurationFile());

config.load();

 

boolean1  = config.getBoolean("bool1", "savedBooleansCategory", myGui.myBoolean1, "");

 

config.save();

 

if what is inside the config is different it will be re-written with your new value automatically . the value you set overrides the value you get . save and load is all done in one pass. the save is done when you do config.save()]

 

so you need a whole new set of temporary values someplace in the config to check against

But I can only do that in the preInit, dont I? I want to do that in an actionPerformed event

@Override
protected void actionPerformed(GuiButton button) throws IOException {
	if(button == button2) {
		Minecraft.getMinecraft().displayGuiScreen(new GUI2());
                        //Here should be the config change
	}

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yeah true i updated my comment . you cannot use config that way :D i misunderstood what you meant . you need to use NBT or save to a file

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Maybe the NBT method  you can probably save it to player NBT since is a gui is gonna be personal then if you need it on server side you can send packets to some array on server to update all the boolean gui settings for all clients.

 

Maybe someone knows better.

 

Writing to a file seems much more easy but I don't know how to do that. The file will be kept in the save folder and you can access it at will.

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you need to use NBT or save to a file

 

No.

 

The config can save values as well, the problem here is that Trusak does not have a basic understanding of object oriented programming.

 

Trusak, if you want the config value to change, you need to set the property and then save the config.

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you need to use NBT or save to a file

 

No.

 

The config can save values as well, the problem here is that Trusak does not have a basic understanding of object oriented programming.

 

Trusak, if you want the config value to change, you need to set the property and then save the config.

It is true, I don't, but I learn when I see examples and can not do a lot when I see something I don't understand and can't find on the Internet :(

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Your best resource example is the giant wealth of knowledge that exists inside the source code. Look at the objects you're working with and look at their property names and method names.

 

We've already told you that you need to use the Property object.  See if you can find something in it that will do what you want to do.

(Hint: there is)

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Your best resource example is the giant wealth of knowledge that exists inside the source code. Look at the objects you're working with and look at their property names and method names.

 

We've already told you that you need to use the Property object.  See if you can find something in it that will do what you want to do.

(Hint: there is)

I am very new to coding and do not know how to use stuff like that yet. I am seriously trying to learn but I won't find what I need when I don't know what I am looking for. My only knowledge at the momemnt comes from tutorials etc. and I am willing to learn more but I won't when I don't know WHY I am doing something. I like it when people give examples because when I look at them, I try to figure out how that works and can do it myself next ime.

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It's not that hard. Hover over the Property declaration (the class name, not the variable name) and click on the tooltip that comes up and navigate to the class by clicking on the class name in the tooltip.  Or highlight it and press Ctrl-Shit-T in Eclipse.  Or use the Navigate menu to "Open Type" or "Jump to Declaration" or similar.

 

You don't have to read the method contents for this, just the method names.  I'll help out a bit by saying to scroll down to line 1100 and start there.

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It's not that hard. Hover over the Property declaration (the class name, not the variable name) and click on the tooltip that comes up and navigate to the class by clicking on the class name in the tooltip.  Or highlight it and press Ctrl-Shit-T in Eclipse.  Or use the Navigate menu to "Open Type" or "Jump to Declaration" or similar.

 

You don't have to read the method contents for this, just the method names.  I'll help out a bit by saying to scroll down to line 1100 and start there.

To be honest, I still don't know how to insert that inside of a button and where I can put my config file name into :/.

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...You don't know how to invoke methods and create variable references inside a button?

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Property prop = config.get(...)

boolean b = prop.getBoolean();

//do stuff

prop.set(b);

config.save();

 

Jesus H Christ.  I can't believe I had to spell that out.

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Property prop = config.get(...)

boolean b = prop.getBoolean();

//do stuff

prop.set(b);

config.save();

 

Jesus H Christ.  I can't believe I had to spell that out.

I still don't get how I put that inside of my code. My preInit:

@EventHandler
public void preInit(FMLPreInitializationEvent event)
{

	Configuration config1= new Configuration(event.getSuggestedConfigurationFile());
	config1.load();
	FastExamples.NotResetVariables.PMs = config1.getBoolean("PMs", "Booleans", false, "Disable to disable by default");
	FastExamples.NotResetVariables.instantRejoin = config1.getBoolean("InstantRejoin", "Booleans", false, "Disable to disable by default");
	FastExamples.NotResetVariables.showPartyChat = config1.getBoolean("ShowPartyChat", "Booleans", false, "Disable to disable by default");
	FastExamples.NotResetVariables.showGuildChat = config1.getBoolean("ShowGuildChat", "Booleans", false, "Disable to disable by default");
	config1.save();
	proxy.registerClientStuff();
}

My button:

protected void actionPerformed(GuiButton button) throws IOException {
	if(button == button2) {
		Minecraft.getMinecraft().displayGuiScreen(new GUI2());
	}
}

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1) What I gave you is borderline copy-paste-able.

2) Your main mod is still using config1.getBoolean not config1.get

3) If you want to CHANGE THE VALUE DURING THE GAME the code needs to go inside the BUTTON action.

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1) What I gave you is borderline copy-paste-able.

2) Your main mod is still using config1.getBoolean not config1.get

3) If you want to CHANGE THE VALUE DURING THE GAME the code needs to go inside the BUTTON action.

Which code? What I have:

@Override
protected void actionPerformed(GuiButton button) throws IOException {
	if(button == button2) {
		Minecraft.getMinecraft().displayGuiScreen(new GUI2());
		Property prop = config1.get;
		boolean b = prop.getBoolean();
		prop.set(b);
		config1.save();
	}

and

@EventHandler
public void preInit(FMLPreInitializationEvent event)
{

	Configuration config1= new Configuration(event.getSuggestedConfigurationFile());
	config1.load();
	Property PMs = config1.get("Booleans", "PMs", false);
	config1.save();
	proxy.registerClientStuff();

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boolean b = prop.getBoolean();

prop.set(b);

 

Congradulations, you did nothing with your boolean.  You got the current value from the save file, then wrote it back.

 

Good jorb.

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boolean b = prop.getBoolean();

prop.set(b);

 

Congradulations, you did nothing with your boolean.  You got the current value from the save file, then wrote it back.

 

Good jorb.

I know that I have to change it but the code doesn't work already so I want to get it working before I go on :)

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It "doesn't work" because it does nothing.

 

Your code literally tells the game to go get the milk out of the fridge, then put it back without doing anything with it.  Then you come to the forums and complain that your glass is still empty and that your robot doesn't work.

 

No, your robot is 100% functional, you just gave it a series of instructions that are the equivalent of a NO-OP.

 

"Replace the first word in this sentence with the first word in this sentence."

> The first word is "Replace"

> Will now replace "Replace" with "Replace"

"Replace the first word in this sentence with the first word in this sentence."

> Done!

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Get the Boolean, do something with it, then write it back.

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It "doesn't work" because it does nothing.

 

Your code literally tells the game to go get the milk out of the fridge, then put it back without doing anything with it.  Then you come to the forums and complain that your glass is still empty and that your robot doesn't work.

 

No, your robot is 100% functional, you just gave it a series of instructions that are the equivalent of a NO-OP.

 

"Replace the first word in this sentence with the first word in this sentence."

> The first word is "Replace"

> Will now replace "Replace" with "Replace"

"Replace the first word in this sentence with the first word in this sentence."

> Done!

I mean that it doesn't even load my config1 anywhere but in the preInit
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Because it's only in Local Scope.

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Because it's only in Local Scope.

So how can I make it work?

 

Make your config variable exist outside local scope.

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