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  1. Yep, they patched them to make them less resource intensive and somehow broke the capacity display of them. It's so blatant I'm really surprised this wasn't caught in testing
  2. Oh god this! They could just make the lights on the 3 person seat actually work properly, since that seat already has lights on it, they are just basically useless.
  3. I love the idea of platform linking. To a certain extent that was how automation was displayed pre EA and I'm disappointed we just some fairly limited auto arms instead. Pre EA the cable links between platforms were actually conveyor belts. I would love to see that return, potentially as an upgrade option mid to late game. In fact upgrade options in general would be fantastic. Speeding up smelters for example, with an upgrade that uses more power. It would allow much more compact bases overall and be self limiting by available materials to create/store power Railings I'd also love, in fact make them carry power and oxygen and have lights (why oh why do extenders not have lights on them?). Consider them an upgrade from extenders. That way they can be barriers on roads/bridges and allow somewhat remote auto extractors Also completely agree on two way extenders, another perfect example of something that could benefit from an upgrade system using later game materials. Could be as simple as upgrade slots available in machine panels when pressing F on them
  4. Are we still expecting rovers to fall through the ground? In this case there was no digging going on around it (not that that should matter) I wander away from it and am probably out of draw distance range, when I come back it's gone, and sure enough I find it in the cave beneath where it was placed. Honeslty this is one of the core reasons I stopped playing years ago and I've just come back for automation to find stuff still gfalls throught he ground