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[1.11.2]Detection of Liquid


Villfuk02
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I have in my code this line:

if (!(block instanceof BlockLiquid)){

while the block is block the player is currently standing in
 

Block block = worldIn.getBlockState(player.getPosition()).getBlock();

and i'm trying to test if the player is standing in any liquid for example water/lava/oil...

It seems to work, but only server-side not client-side :( and only on vanilla liquids - lava and water

with liquids from other mods it doesn't detect liquid at all
 

please hep me
thanks

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@Override
	public EnumActionResult onItemUse(EntityPlayer player, World worldIn, BlockPos pos, EnumHand hand, EnumFacing facing, float hitX, float hitY, float hitZ) {
		ItemStack stack = player.getHeldItem(hand);
		IDetector detector = stack.getCapability(DetectorProvider.DETECTOR_CAP, null);
		detector.setFound(false);
		Block block = worldIn.getBlockState(player.getPosition()).getBlock();
		int x = 0;
		int y = 0;
		int z = 0;
		if (!(block instanceof BlockLiquid)){
			Utils.getLogger().info("No Liquid");
				int batteryMulti = 0;
				int coilMulti = 0;
				int rodMulti = 0;
				int displayMulti = 0;
				if (stack.getItemDamage() < maxDamage - 2500){					
					switch(detector.getCoil()){
					case 0:						
						Scan(pos, worldIn, false, stack, generateScan(-1, 1, 1, generateScan(0, 1, 2)));
						break;
					case 1:					
						Scan(pos, worldIn, false, stack, generateScan(-2, 0, 0,generateScan(-1, 1, 2,generateScan(0, 2, 3))));
						break;
					case 2:						
						Scan(pos, worldIn, false, stack, generateScan(-2, 1, 2,generateScan(-1, 2, 3,generateScan(0, 3, 4))));
						break;
					case 3:					
						Scan(pos, worldIn, false, stack,generateScan(-2, 1, 2,generateScan(-1, 2, 3,generateScan(0, 2, 3,generateScan(1, 2, 3,generateScan(2, 1, 2))))));
						break;
					case 4:					
						Scan(pos, worldIn, true, stack, generateScan(-2, 0, 0,generateScan(-1, 1, 2,generateScan(0, 2, 3))));
						break;
					case 5:
						Scan(pos, worldIn, false, stack, generateScan(-5, 0, 0,generateScan(-4, 1, 1,generateScan(-3, 1, 1,generateScan(-2, 1, 2,generateScan(-1, 1, 2,generateScan(0, 1, 2)))))));
						break;
					}
					if(detector.getBattery() < BatteryTypes.values().length)
						batteryMulti = BatteryTypes.values()[detector.getBattery()].getMulti();
					if(detector.getRod() < RodTypes.values().length)
						rodMulti = RodTypes.values()[detector.getRod()].getMulti();
					if(detector.getCoil() < CoilTypes.values().length)
						coilMulti = CoilTypes.values()[detector.getCoil()].getMulti();
					if(detector.getDisplay() < DisplayTypes.values().length)
						displayMulti = DisplayTypes.values()[detector.getDisplay()].getMulti();
					
					stack.damageItem((batteryMulti * coilMulti * rodMulti * displayMulti) / efficiency, player);
					
										
					if (detector.getIntegrity() > 2000)
						detector.setIntegrity(detector.getIntegrity() -(((detector.getIntegrity() - 2000) * RodTypes.values()[detector.getRod()].getIntegrity()) / (use_integrity_divider * 5)));
					
					
					
				} else {
					stack.damageItem(maxDamage - stack.getItemDamage(), player);
				}	
		} else {
			Utils.getLogger().info("Liquid");
		}
		return super.onItemUse(player, worldIn, pos, hand, facing, hitX, hitY, hitZ);
	} 
	
	
	
	public List<BlockPos> generateScan(int y, int radius, int max){
		List<BlockPos> modifiers = new ArrayList();
		for(int x = 0 - radius; x <= radius; x++){
			for(int z = 0 - radius; z <= radius; z++){
				if(Math.abs(x) + Math.abs(z) <= max)
					modifiers.add(new BlockPos(x, y, z));
			}
		}
		return modifiers;
	}
	public List<BlockPos> generateScan(int y, int radius, int max, List<BlockPos> modifiers){
		for(int x = 0 - radius; x <= radius; x++){
			for(int z = 0 - radius; z <= radius; z++){
				if(Math.abs(x) + Math.abs(z) <= max)
					modifiers.add(new BlockPos(x, y, z));
			}
		}
		return modifiers;
	}
	
	public void Scan(BlockPos pos, World world, Boolean ultraSound, ItemStack stack, List<BlockPos> modifiers){
		IDetector detector = stack.getCapability(DetectorProvider.DETECTOR_CAP, null);
		for (int i = 0; i < modifiers.size(); i++) {
			BlockPos scanBlock = new BlockPos(pos.getX() + modifiers.get(i).getX(), pos.getY() + modifiers.get(i).getY(), pos.getZ() + modifiers.get(i).getZ());
			if (world.getBlockState(scanBlock).getBlock().equals(ModBlocks.archeology_dirt)){	
				if(ultraSound && ArcheologyDirt.getIntFromState(world.getBlockState(scanBlock)) != 0 && ArcheologyDirt.getIntFromState(world.getBlockState(scanBlock)) != 14){
					detector.setFound(true);
					detector.setDistance(scanBlock.distanceSqToCenter(pos.getX(), pos.getY(), pos.getZ()));
					detector.setType(EnumHandler.Types.getTypeId(ArcheologyDirt.getTypeFromMeta(ArcheologyDirt.getIntFromState((world.getBlockState(scanBlock))))));
					detector.setDirection(getDirection(modifiers.get(i)));
					
				} else if(ArcheologyDirt.getMetalFromMeta(ArcheologyDirt.getIntFromState(world.getBlockState(scanBlock)))){
					detector.setFound(true);
					detector.setDistance(scanBlock.distanceSqToCenter(pos.getX(), pos.getY(), pos.getZ()));
					detector.setType(EnumHandler.Types.getTypeId(ArcheologyDirt.getTypeFromMeta(ArcheologyDirt.getIntFromState((world.getBlockState(scanBlock))))));
					detector.setDirection(getDirection(modifiers.get(i)));
				}
			}
		}
	}

 

Here's the method i call the check in, hope you can find something

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I suspect you're running into the discrepancy between EntityPlayerMP#getPosition and EntityPlayerSP#getPosition. The former adds 0.5 to the y coordinate and uses the x and z coordinates as-is, but the latter adds 0.5 to every coordinate. I don't really know why Mojang chose to do this.

 

You'll likely want to use the BlockPos(Entity) constructor instead, this won't add any offsets to the entity's coordinates.

Please don't PM me to ask for help. Asking your question in a public thread preserves it for people who are having the same problem in the future.

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