Advanced Item Filter

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Advanced Item Filter

ModExtra Utilities
TypeItem
Properties
Stackable64

The Advanced Item Filter is an item added by Extra Utilities. It is an upgrade for the Transfer Node (Items) which allows items to be filtered by various "programs".

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The Advanced Item Filter is used by being placed in a Transfer Node (Items) upgrade slot, or inside an Item Filter.

By default, the Advanced Item Filter acts as a whitelist, allowing only items which match its filter program to be transferred. Crafting the Advanced Item Filter with a Redstone Torch will invert this behavior and create a blacklist, allowing all items to be transferred except those which match its filter program. Crafting the inverted Advanced Item Filter with another Redstone Torch will restore the original whitelist behavior.

Right-clicking the Advanced Item Filter will cycle through the available filter programs.

Filter Programs
Filter Program Matches
Default.exe All items.
Block.exe Items which can be placed in the world as blocks (Cobblestone, Grass Blocks, etc.), but not items which can be placed as entities (Boats, Minecarts, etc.).
Item.exe Items which cannot be placed in the world as blocks, including items which can be placed as entities (Iron Swords, Boats, etc.).
HasSubTypes.exe Items which have variants (for example, Wool can be white, orange, magenta, etc.).
StackSize1.exe Items with a maximum stack size of 1 (i.e., non-stackable items).
StackSize64.exe Items with a maximum stack size of 64.
OreDicOre.exe Items whose Ore Dictionary Name starts with "ore" (Gold Ore, Iron Ore, etc.) (See also, Ores).
OreDicIngot.exe Items whose Ore Dictionary Name starts with "ingot" (Gold Ingot, Iron Ingot, etc.) (See also, Ingots).
OreDicNugget.exe Items whose Ore Dictionary Name starts with "nugget" (Gold Nugget, etc.) (See also, Nuggets).
OreDicBlock.exe Items whose Ore Dictionary Name starts with "block" (Block of Gold, Block of Iron, etc.) (See also Storage Blocks).
OreDicGem.exe Items whose Ore Dictionary Name starts with "gem" (Diamond, Emerald, etc.) (See also Gems).
OreDicDust.exe Items whose Ore Dictionary Name starts with "dust" (Glowstone Dust, Redstone, etc.) (See also Dusts).
EnergyItem.exe Items which can store energy.
EnergyItemEmpty.exe Items which can store energy, but are empty.
EnergyItem<50.exe Items which can store energy, and whose charge is less than 50%.
EnergyItemFull.exe Items which can store energy, and are full.
Food.exe Items which are food.
Smeltable.exe Items which can be smelted.
Pulverizer.exe Items which can be pulverized (for example, in a Pulverizer).
Enchanted.exe Items with enchantments.
Enchantable.exe Items which can be enchanted.
HasContainerItem.exe Items which may leave something behind when used in a crafting recipe (for example, a Weak Infusion Stone will leave itself behind when making Accio Essence and thus will match, and in some crafting recipes a Water Bucket may leave behind a Bucket—the Water Bucket will match, but the Bucket will not).
DurabilityBarShown.exe Items with a visible durability bar.
DurabilityBarFull.exe Items with a full durability bar.
DurabilityBar<90.exe Items with a durability bar less than 90%.
DurabilityBar<50.exe Items with a durability bar less than 50%.
DurabilityBar<10.exe Items with a durability bar less than 10%
DurabilityBarEmpty.exe Items with an empty durability bar.
HasDisplayName.exe Items with a display name.
Repairable.exe Items which can be repaired in a crafting grid.
HasDispenserBehaviour.exe Items which behave in a non-standard way when dispensed (for example, the Water Bucket, which places water and empties its fluid contents when dispensed).
Plantable.exe Items which can be planted.