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TokyoSU

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Hello i'm TokyoSU,

I have a problem (not by forge ?) with minecraft (modding)

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1) - I want to upgrade the number of item you can hold / drop / store but after drop (inventory to ground (drag & drop)) item dispear (if more than 65+).

2) - When Right-Click to Ground with a block (or item like redstone),

if you shift click in creative inventory, drag the item in bar (255+ like in image) quit the inventory and right click in ground,

the block appear but dispear instant like mob in peasefull.

 

I dont know what is the problem, but if you right click in item after drop in bar (128 -> 64/64) the success appear and if you combine after (64/64 -> 128) you can place it normally in world the bug dont appear.

Anyone have idea what is the problem ?

Thanks in advance :)

PS: Sorry for bad english.

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1 minute ago, diesieben07 said:

You will have to completely rewrite anything and everything that deals with ItemStacks. The "64 is the limit" assumption is baked in all over the place. Breaking it will break almost everything.

 

I don't think this will work, to be honest.

I can create a video just for proof it, so it's ItemStacks the problem ?

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I just want "The Problem to block dispear after placing if the stack is more than 64 (after move block (shiftclick) to inventory in creative and rightclick to ground)".

For now it's just this bug the problem ???,

- Inventory Player Working.

- Furnace Working.

- Chest & Dual Chest Working.

- Stacking Enchant & Potion Working.

 

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11 minutes ago, diesieben07 said:

You will have to completely rewrite anything and everything that deals with ItemStacks. The "64 is the limit" assumption is baked in all over the place. Breaking it will break almost everything.

 

I don't think this will work, to be honest.

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    /**
     * Returns the maximum stack size for a inventory slot. Seems to always be 64, possibly will be extended.
     */

why limited to 64 ?, byte is 128 but short is 32767 so just to rewrite it no ?

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That's not the only place that 64 is assumed (for reference, that same comment is found in... at least fourteen classes).

 

We also have ItemStackHandler.java, which lacks that comment:

    @Override
    public int getSlotLimit(int slot)
    {
        return 64;
    }

 

 

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As mentioned, the 64 limit is coded into a lot of places so you can't just raise the limit by overriding the max stack size in a class.

 

I have wondered though about creating a "ghost" inventory container to add further multiples of 64. Theoretically you could create a GUI that displays the combined count of several itemstacks stored in several containers. Then you'd also need to handle where the player is using an item stack which would actually be several item stacks and you'd display the total count.

 

So I kinda feel it is possible to do, but certainly it would require crawling through all sorts of code and handling lists of ItemStacks wherever there is currently just a single ItemStack and changing the GUIs to provide the combined amount. Lots of work.

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