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Document inactive block behaviour (#447)

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The blinky plants toggles between on and off state every three seconds. Can be used to make clocks. Also works after having restarted the game.
It stops blinking in an inactive block, then starts again when the block becomes active.

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There is no crafting recipe as this should only be available for server admins. Quite similar to the Minecraft counterpart. Executes server commands.
It works in inactive blocks.

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The delayer delays the signal from the input for a determined time. The time can be set by punching the delayer. Possible delays are: 0.1 seconds, 0.3 seconds, 0.5 seconds and 1 second. You may try to use it for creating songs with the noteblock.
The delayer delays the signal from the input for a determined time. The time can be set by punching the delayer. Possible delays are: 0.1 seconds, 0.3 seconds, 0.5 seconds and 1 second. You may try to use it for creating songs with the noteblock. It works in unloaded blocks.

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set this string as the node to scan for.
Nodenames must include the mod they reside in, so for instance default:dirt, not just dirt.
The distance parameter specifies how many blocks are between the node detector and the node to detect.
Automatic scanning with Mesecons output only works when the detector is in an active block, but Digilines queries always work.

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Right-click it to set a name to scan for.
You can also search for comma-separated lists of players where the detector gets activated if any of the names in the list are found.
It can also receive digiline signals which are the name to scan for on the specified channel in the right-click menu.
Automatic scanning with Mesecons output only works when the detector is in an active block, but Digilines queries always work.

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Insulated corners are conductors that only conduct between the inputs (also not up or down). When placing they always point to the left in direction of your vision.
Insulated corners are conductors that only conduct between the inputs (also not up or down). When placing they always point to the left in direction of your vision. Like uninsulated wires, they work through unloaded blocks.

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Insulated crossing are conductors that conduct two signals between the opposing sides, the signals are insulated to each other.
Insulated crossing are conductors that conduct two signals between the opposing sides, the signals are insulated to each other. Like uninsulated wires, they work through unloaded blocks.

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The basic prerequesite for mesecons, can be crafted into wires and other stuff. Have a look at the <a href="http://wiki.minetest.net/Mese">Minetest Wiki</a> for more information. Mese is a conductor. It conducts in all six directions: Up/Down/Left/Right/Forward/Backward
The basic prerequesite for mesecons, can be crafted into wires and other stuff. Have a look at the <a href="http://wiki.minetest.net/Mese">Minetest Wiki</a> for more information. Mese is a conductor. It conducts in all six directions: Up/Down/Left/Right/Forward/Backward. Like horizontal wires, Mese conduction works through unloaded blocks.

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Insulated T-Junctions are conductors that only conduct between the inputs (also not up or down).
Insulated T-Junctions are conductors that only conduct between the inputs (also not up or down). Like uninsulated wires, they work through unloaded blocks.

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Vertical Mesecons only conduct up and down. Plates appear at the ends, at that place they also conduct to the side.
Vertical Mesecons only conduct up and down. Plates appear at the ends, at that place they also conduct to the side. Like horizontal wires, they work through unloaded blocks.

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FPGAs can be used to chain multiple logic gates together in a compact manner.
They come with 4 I/O ports and 10 internal registers,
which can then be connected with each other to form logic circuits.<br />
which can then be connected with each other to form logic circuits.
They work fine in unloaded blocks.<br />
Supported gate types: <b>AND</b>, <b>OR</b>, <b>NOT</b>, <b>XOR</b>, <b>NAND</b>, <b>XNOR</b>, <b>Buffer</b> (=)<br />
I/O ports: <b>A B C D</b>; Registers: numbered <b>0</b> to <b>9</b>

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AND gates power their output if both inputs (from left and right) are powered.
They work in unloaded blocks.

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Diodes conduct signals in one direction only.
They work in unloaded blocks.

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NAND gates do not power their output if both inputs (from left and right) are powered, but power it in every other case.
They work in unloaded blocks.

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NOR gates only power their output if none of their two inputs is powered. They are basically OR gates with a NOT gate at their output.
They work in unloaded blocks.

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NOT gates invert signals, just like a mesecon torch does, but faster. The input is at the opposite side of the output.
They work in unloaded blocks.

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OR gates power their output if either of their inputs (or both) are powered. You could basically get the same behaviour with two diodes, but OR gates save some space.
They work in unloaded blocks.

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XOR gates power their output if only one input is powered, they're off if either both or none of the inputs is powered.
They work in unloaded blocks.

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Water turbines are receptors that turn on if flowing water is above them.
They only work in active blocks; in inactive blocks they keep their old state.

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Insulated mesecons are conductors that only conduct in one direction (and also not up or down).
Insulated mesecons are conductors that only conduct in one direction (and also not up or down). Like uninsulated wires, they work through unloaded blocks.

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Effector, glows blue when powered.
It works in an inactive block.

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Effector, glows dark grey when powered.
It works in an inactive block.

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Effector, glows green when powered.
It works in an inactive block.

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Effector, glows light grey when powered.
It works in an inactive block.

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Effector, glows red when powered.
It works in an inactive block.

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Effector, glows yellow when powered.
It works in an inactive block.

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The Luacontroller is an advanced programmable component.
You can simply code it in the language Mesecons uses itself: Lua!
All the code runs in a sandbox, so it's completely safe (but I won't guarantee that for absolute certainty!).
It works fine in an unloaded block, loading the block when the program needs to run.
Events are properly delivered after a server restart.

<a href="http://mesecons.net/luacontroller/">Documentation is available here!</a>

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Movestones are effectors that push the blocks in front of them. They move along on the right side of a mesecon wire track.
A movestone trying to move into, or push other nodes into, an unloaded block doesn't move.

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Movestones are effectors that push the blocks in front of them. They move along on the right side of a mesecon wire track. Sticky ones also pull blocks.
A sticky movestone trying to move into, or push other nodes into, an unloaded block doesn't move.
A sticky movestone trying to pull nodes from an unloaded block moves but leaves them behind.

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Pistons are effectors, they push up to 20 blocks in front of them. The push direction can be set by placing them from different angles.
A piston pointing into an unloaded block won't extend.
A piston retracting from an unloaded block works, but gravity-sensitive nodes above the empty space may not fall.

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Sticky pistons are effectors, they push up to 20 blocks in front of them. The push direction can be set by placing them from different angles. Sticky ones also pull 1 block.
A sticky piston pointing into an unloaded block won't extend.
A sticky piston retracting from within an unloaded block works and pulls a node, but if it doesn't pull anything, then gravity-sensitive nodes above the empty space may not fall.
An extended sticky piston that touches the surface of an unloaded block and loses signal retracts but doesn't pull anything.

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A power plant is a receptor that is always turned on: it provides energy.
It continues to work in an unloaded block.

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Ghoststones disappear when powered, just like Removestones. But in contrast to Removestones, they reappear again when not powered anymore and they are also conductive.
They work in inactive blocks.

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Removestones are probably the simplest effectors possible. They simply disappear when powered.
They work in inactive blocks.

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Solar panels are light receptors: they turn on if there is enough light.
They only work in active blocks; in inactive blocks they keep their old state.

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The torch is an inverter, it may take up to 1 second until the signal has passed through. The input is 2 blocks away in the direction of the stick, outputs are around the mesecon glow.
It doesn't work in an inactive block; it just retains its state until the block becomes active.

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Mesecons are the wires, use them to connect effectors with receptors.
Mesecons are the wires, use them to connect effectors with receptors. Wiring works through unloaded blocks; they’re loaded when the signal level changes.

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