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[1.16.4] what difference between custom slots and EquipmentSlotType


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Okay.

So, in your constructor:

  1. Make your own ItemStackHandler and store it in a field, for that "1 custom slot".
  2. call super.getCapability with a horizontal facing (not up or down). This will give you the IItemHandler for the armor inventory.
  3. Create an IItemHandler that combines both using CombinedInvWrapper.
  4. Create a LazyOptional from the IItemHandler in step 3.
  5. Override getCapability. If the facing is null, return the LazyOptional from step 4. Otherwise call super.

This is not hard.

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I didnt got 2 things.

1.my handleCustom is a ItemStackHandler, i cant combined it with handlerDefault they are different classes

2. How can i override in the constructor and what is facing

public ItemStackHandler handlerCustom;
public IItemHandler handlerDefault;
public IItemHandler both;
LazyOptional<IItemHandler> optional;
public MyEntity(EntityType<? extends MyEntity> type, World worldIn)
{
    super(type, worldIn);
    handlerCustom = new ItemStackHandler(1); //1
    handlerDefault = super.getCapability(CapabilityItemHandler.ITEM_HANDLER_CAPABILITY,Direction.EAST).orElse(null);
    both = new CombinedInvWrapper(handlerCustom,handlerDefault);
    optional = LazyOptional.of(() -> both);
}
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You should probably also use orElseThrow instead of orElse(null).

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My constructor looks like this now.

public ItemStackHandler handlerCustom;
public IItemHandler handlerDefault;
public IItemHandler both;
LazyOptional<IItemHandler> optional;
public WhoreEntity(EntityType<? extends WhoreEntity> type, World worldIn)
{
    super(type, worldIn);
    handlerCustom = new ItemStackHandler(1); //1
    handlerDefault = super.getCapability(CapabilityItemHandler.ITEM_HANDLER_CAPABILITY,Direction.EAST).orElseThrow(null);
    both = new CombinedInvWrapper(handlerCustom, ((IItemHandlerModifiable) handlerDefault));
    optional = LazyOptional.of(() -> both);


}

 

And my Override getCapability. I dont sure what is facing means

@Nonnull
@Override
public <T> LazyOptional<T> getCapability(@Nonnull Capability<T> cap, @Nullable Direction side) {
    if(cap == CapabilityItemHandler.ITEM_HANDLER_CAPABILITY && side != null)
    {
            return (LazyOptional<T>)optional;
    }
    return super.getCapability(cap, side);
}

 

Did i do that all right?

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Its kinda working now but how can i choose which of a default ones slots i want to use. For example i dont need head slot or i just shouldn't use it as an index in my container?
Now i get the facing thing 
null = hands and armor

vertical = hands

horizontal = armor

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