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  1. @Hatz Please explain a bit further. I have now downloaded steamcmd and logged in as admin, the steamcmd folder is on my desktop. How do I proceed? Kindly, znopp
  2. Hello! This is my second post on here. Straight to the point: When I click on "STOP" in Steam to stop the dedicated server, nothing happens. It just keeps saying "STOP". I have to exit Steam, wait for it to allow me to use the "EXIT NOW" button, and then it essentially crashes the program for me, and then turns off Steam. Alternatively, I can end the processes in Task Manager, and it will shut down. Why is there no easier way to stop the server? Can we somehow tell it to open a separate window so we can in the command line type "stop"? Mouse/keyboard? Controller?: I use KB and Mouse Steam? Xbox?: As stated above, I use Steam OS: Windows What were you doing leading up to this bug?: Trying to close the server program. Any steps that we can take to reproduce the bug on our end is appreciated.: Fire up the server, then try to close it again (Through Steam) Include any media you want. Feel free to attach images, videos, and so on to your post.: If I missed anything, please let me know and I will update this post. Clip 1.mp4 Clip 2.mp4 Steam force shutdown.mp4
  3. This is my first post on here. Please be kind. Hello fellow Astroneers! I have been thinking about automation for a while now. It is pretty tedious to not have a simple way of transporting items in the game, either its on a vehicle on your backpack. I am mostly focusing on underground use for the conveyors, but they are needed above ground too for short distances, i.e if you have a small table for a furnace/soil centrifuge and want to move the resources to a separate storage area. Picture this: You are far underground, searching for a rare material. You only have 8 slots on your backpack, and you need a lot of it. Instead of having to go up and down that steep pathway several times, you can craft a conveyor belt that will transport the items back up that hill for you, saving you a lot of time. They wont supply oxygen They should require power, either from the connecting table up top or from small batteries (Last conveyor should have 2 slots for small batteries, preferably on the sides) They require Bytes to unlock They should cost 1000 Bytes (Not a typo) They are the same length as a regular cable/Extender Requires "Backpack Printer" They should cost 1 Copper, giving it a brown-ish/red look. Now you might be thinking that this is way too OP and it should cost about 2000 instead of 1000. Well I had a thought mid-typing. Introducing.. Conveyor Belt Mk. 2 Still no oxygen Still require power, now have space for 1 medium battery (front of last conveyor preferably) Same length Can now fit 2 items side by side. Slightly faster than Mk.1 Should cost 2500 Bytes Requires Small Printer They should cost 1 Copper, and 1 Alumin(i)um, giving it a reddish look with white accents And lastly, Conveyor Belt Mk. 3 No oxygen Still requires power Slightly longer connector between them Slightly faster than Mk.2 Can fit 2 medium batteries, 1 on each side of last conveyor Should cost 3750 Bytes Requires Small Printer They should cost 1 Copper, and 1 Titanium, giving it a reddish look with "Titanium-like" accents. All 3 should look similar to the Extender or Floodlight, Example: All 3 should also have the feet that makes it steady, as opposed to it flying around upon slightest touch. I do not know what the actual belt should look like, maybe the belt can just be the power connector. Please reply if I missed something, though I think I covered everything. Thanks for reading, have a good day!