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  1. I'd actually like to see non-broken items be made non-shreddable, or change shredding so that it doesn't output scrap. The reason I think functional items should not be shreddable is that the soil centrifuge provides a way to turn soil into the non-metal resources, and you can use those resources to build objects which you can then shred. You can then use the scrap on the trade platform to trade for all of the metal resources, so soil centrifuge + shredder + trade platform means you have no reason to explore for resources after that. Making functional items non-shreddable would remove this exploit and require you to either explore other planets for the metal resources, or at least explore the planet you are on to find the broken items so you can scrap them. Alternately, the shredder could output the resources that went into an item when you shred it. That means if you printed something only to find out that it didn't work the way you thought it would, you can shred it and at least get the non-gas resources back. This would also address the issue with being able to get any resource without having to explore that I outlined above. Of course, without scrap, the trade platform would have to change. Instead of an exchange rate between scrap and the resources on offer, it would have to be an exchange rate between any resource and the resources on offer, or they could limit the input resources to the metals (again to prevent creating all resources via the soil centrifuge).
  2. Slightly off-topic, but in addition to a way to transport debris on a rover, I would like improvements to transporting debris on foot. I have previously suggested some kind of container like the cylinder that could store small pieces of debris. It would also be nice if all debris could be grabbed directly like some items (broken drop pod, broken medium generator, broken medium wind turbine, etc) can be. It seems like if it has the studs on the bottom you can grab it, but otherwise you have to use the lasso, and walking back with something in the lasso is so much slower than if you can hold it.
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    Astroneer Crash

    Astroneer crashed for the third time on me today. I don't think I had crashes in the past, only recently. I sent the Logs folder and DXDiag output to the support email as requested. In all of the cases where the game has crashed, I am not doing anything unusual - I am in my base, moving around when the game freezes and the sound starts repeating. After a few seconds, the game crashes back to my desktop.
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    The Medium Storage can't be open

    Same here. They used to unfold and lay flat on the far left and right but don't any more. I don't know whether this is a bug or a design decision, since they look different from when I played the game previously, but please bring back the lay-flat behavior! It is harder to work with the medium storages when they are like this; you have to either go around the back to use the other four slots, or turn them edge-on - but the snapping of things to the slots can be hard to work with. It was so much easier to use them when they laid flat.
  5. I ran into this as well. Noticed my batteries draining when nothing was running. Taking the research chamber off of its platform stopped the drain.
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    Soil Centrifuge still stucks

    I ran into this twice tonight. For me, I have only seen it when I have lost power while the centrifuge was running.
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    terrain bug

    I ran into something similar. In the cave, I fell through an area and bounced down and back up through the terrain. When I was under, I could see clusters of resources hanging in midair in the lower levels, with no terrain around them. I was able to reproduce this three times while I was in the area, but when I returned to the same spot later to try to get a screenshot of the effect, I no longer fell through.
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    Idea for terrain tool and making slopes

    I am also in favor of an improvement either to the terrain tool, or as a augment, that would help you create slopes. As it is right now, I can create a slope up or down over a gap (or through a solid), but it is time-consuming and I don't know until I try walking on it whether the slope is too steep. While a very configurable tool as suggested above might be nice (as long as it could be made easy to use), I would settle for an augment that just created a slope up or down that was exactly at the angle where you can walk up the slope and walk down the slope without sliding.
  9. I think the current system for research is fine for the basics, but by the time I was ready to leave Terran to find new resources, I already had all of the research points I needed to unlock everything, and a bunch of extra resource pods that I had dug out but never carried back to base. While I ended up creating a research scanner on the next two planets, I wouldn't have needed to. That seems strange to me - research is one of the few base components that you don't really need to build after Terran. And yet, there are many varieties of research pods, and they are on every planet. It seems like a waste to put all of that diversity into the game just for me to ignore most of it. I think the game needs some of the randomness of the original research system put back in. Basically, give me a reason to want to scan the additional research pods, even when I have already unlocked the core blueprints. My suggestion: add upgraded versions of the core blueprints into the game, and make them random unlocks when you scan a new type of research pod for the first time. The upgrades I am thinking of would be things like: a cylinder that holds 50% more soil, or an oxygen tank that holds 25% more oxygen. Generators that produce more power, etc. Basic upgrades like this wouldn't require visual changes to the items themselves, just to their values in the game. Maybe some of the unlockables could be new items that are not critical to gameplay: a parachute that saves you from falling damage, for example. This idea accomplishes two main things: gives the player incentive to keep looking for the new research pods and scanning them, and adds some variety to the game.
  10. While playing on Exotic, I entered a cave and walked in a short distance. Suddenly, my astroneer fell or was pulled through the ground. I saw several layers of terrain flash by, then finally the black tentacle and red light of a dangler, and then my astroneer died. I'm not sure if the bug is that the dangler was able to pull me through multiple layers (from above it), or just that I fell through the ground, but I knew I was never getting the stuff on my backpack back. I went back to the same cave and didn't fall through, but I can't be sure exactly where I fell through the first time.
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    idea Scrap bin's

    In addition to the bin for vehicles, it would be nice to have the equivalent for the backpack, to hold the small pieces of scrap that can fit into the medium scrapper.
  12. I have had this happen to me, only on Tundra's surface so far. Once it killed me, once injured me, and once I was unhurt. All three times near my base/landing point.
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    0.10.2.0 - Steam - Rover bug

    I see this one often as well.
  14. Version: 0.10.2 The help screens and tutorial planet that are in the game currently get you off to a good start, but there are several things that aren't covered. Resources, specifically, what resources can you expect to find on your starting planet, and which ones you have to go elsewhere to find. I spent several hours looking through the caves on Terran expecting to find hematite (iron) and not finding any before finally looking it up on the wiki and finding out that it isn't found on Terran. As a side note, this is pretty silly considering the two most obvious examples of Terran planets in our own solar system (Earth and Mars) are covered in iron. It would be nice if the game provided the player with an idea of what resources they can expect to find. This might be something in the original help pages, or it could be something that is unlockable in the research panel. There is no help for the player on deciding what should be taken on their first trip off-planet, or which planet might be a good first trip. This feels like a big step that could be lethal quickly unless you make the right choices. The game could either provide this in the help pages once you build the vehicle bay, or it could be unlockable in the research panel.
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    The Crafting Update Feedback Megathread

    The good: What I have seen of the update so far (2 hours) looks good. I like the updates to the research catalog. I only played with the previous version for a few hours, but I had trouble finding things in it. The required resource information has also been helpful. I'm glad to see the fabricators renamed to printers for consistency. It also looks like there have been some visual changes for consistency (the print button on the backpack resembles the other "go" buttons now, for example). To improve: It is confusing to new players that there is a backpack printer and you also start with a medium printer, but you have to create the small printer. I think it would be more obvious if you had to print the small printer from the backpack, then print the medium printer from the small. Or at least, start with the small printer and print the medium. Having the gap in capabilities is strange. Otherwise, just get rid of the small printer and have the medium printer take over all of the things it used to print. The oxygen warning should be more obvious, or at least there should be an option for this. It is way too easy to miss the little sound and O2 icon when you reach halfway when you are working off the tether. Some kind of beeping that starts at the halfway point and gets progressively faster might be good, or a larger visual indicator. This might bother some players, so if it could be an option, that would be the best. The oxygen filters should be used last, not first. Currently, as soon as you put oxygen filters on your backpack and go off of the tether, it starts using them. The oxygen filters should be used as an emergency extension; right now they are very expensive because they are used right away, and if you find some in wreckage, they start to be consumed as soon as you put them on your bag. It seems like the resource pop-ups do not appear when you are driving a rover. I drove right up to a patch of quartz, but the pop-up telling me what it was did not show up until I got out of the rover. It is not obvious to first-time players that rovers require power, and the buggy does not have a cable connection. The game should inform the user that they will need a single-slot power source to charge up the buggy once they have created it. Additionally, it is not obvious that you will have to make a seat. This should also be listed. I am thinking that both things could be added to the research catalog requirements for the pattern.