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  1. So far i have only seen this issue in multiplayer. i will explain the setup so it will be clear that this setup has no issues and would work fine. Extra large curved platform holds one soil centrifuge, one medium storage in middle slot, one large storage silo B with six medium soil canisters and two soil canisters to get them loading the centrifuge. Auto arm on separate platform ads to a table of medium resource canisters until they are full. overall there is between 8 and 15 power going to this setup, never so little that it wouldn’t run and when i checked this the table had full
  2. Hi Team, Bugs: Structure Chem Lab fails to auto build. Structure Soil Centrifuge fails to work. Bugs started recently so are new. Not a common bug. This particular game save is an old, large save with multiple factories on 2 planets auto building things. Is is possible there is just too much going on that the game is starting to bug out? Save file too large? (I think its about 50mb). There are visual issue with these bugs. The Soil Centrifuge loses its lines where it shows how much soil it needs (its screen goes blank, see picture). The Chem Lab shows a missing mineral component
  3. On PC through Steam. Currently on Atrox and have had 2 soil centrifuges completely lock up if the power is cut off during use. They will not produce anything, can't accept new soil, and moving them changes nothing. The first time was a power outage, the second was an accidental disconnect. I have tried restarting the whole game and also just reloading from the menu.
  4. As i got this bug i was unable to exit out of the selection menu and had to hard crash the game to be able to log in again
  5. My friend can press the arrow buttons to change resource (as in the lines on the physical indicator of how much soil you need per resource change ) but the screen doesn't change and he cannot start the centrifuge process. I can use them normally but he can't. When he logged off and back on, it was fixed.
  6. Hi, I've encountered a bug with the Chemestry Laboratory and the Soil Centrifuge. The Chemestry Laboratory don't put the materials that have been just done on a free storage slot, it just drop them instead. The Soil Centrifuge use to take Soil Canisters to fill up and put them back (if space available). Now, you have to initiate the process, and even if it's fully filled up, it will continue to take Soil Canisters, wich is annoying for "semi-automation". So can you please fix it to work as it used to ? Could you please take those bugs in consideration, and fix them ?
  7. The soil centrifuge still gets stuck. To solve, you have to save and reload the game every time.
  8. System: Win 10 - Steam - Keyboard/mouse - I was making some ammonium earlier today and while moving items around on some connected storage, I some how added an ammonium to where the finished resource comes out. It then glitched and put the finished ammonium onto the storage. However it then split part of the ammonium onto every available space of storage. Now I have 2 storages that are useless because it's got part of an ammonium on it, and I can't remove it. I also can't move the ammonium that is missing chunks. I attached a picture to hopefully explain this a bit better.
  9. In the past it was possible to take the last canister off of the soil centrifuge and place it back on the storage to force the created materials to go to the left or right side, like some kind of automatic sorting. Now it always takes the next canister and this way the canisters get mixed with the items the soil centrifuge creates. This results in a multitude of more clicks I have to make to sort everything after each run of the soil centrifuge. Please change this behavior back how it was in the past. It is not a game breaker, but I find it really annoying at times. Thank you.
  10. Hi, I've encountered a bug for the Atmospheric Condenser and the Soil Centrifuge. The Atmospheric Condenser don't refuel some gas pods, I've noticed the Hydrogen, and sometimes Nitrogen. (I have not verified for the other gases) The Soil Centrifuge use to take Soil Canisters to fill up and put them back (if space available). Now, you have to initiate the process, and even if it's fully filled up, it will continue to take Soil Canisters, wich is annoying for "semi-automation". So can you please fix it to work as it used to ? Could you please take those bugs in consideratio
  11. For some reason, only Soil Centrifuge is bugging out, no idea how to recreate this bug, sometimes is when I go from my base too far away, sometimes when I log out, sometimes just in front of me. Mouse/Keyboard Steam I usually put 3 containers of dirt into it, 2 to make it full then the next one to make the Soil Centrifuge collect dirt ones again. out of all the building and etc, this is the only one I have problems with (I am quite close at finishing the game)
  12. sorry to sound like grave news but as of 1.4.15.0 soil centrifuge's no longer work as they did prior and this has unfortunately killed my playthrough and enjoyment of the game at the peak of its heights. (pun if found unintended) the main issue here is the auto deposit from inventory to centrifuge now needs to be manual. before exploration update the SC took its soil and held its container on its own making large and small scale deposits workable with ease however now the SC require nearly full manual dexterous since it now does not start auto depositing and takes already full canister
  13. When a canister containing soil is placed on the same platform as a Soil centrifuge, it is automatically transferred to the soil centrifuge to empty the soil contents of the canister into the centrifuge module's internal soil buffer. This functionality is great, but has a minor flaw. A canister which has just been emptied in this way will be replaced by another canister containing soil, to continue filling the centrifuge until the centrifuge is full. However, once the centrifuge is full, an empty canister is left on the centrifuge's canister slot (assuming that two full canisters were used). W
  14. I was trying to get a semi-automatic medium storage maker using the soil centrifuge after seeing that resources could automatically fill printer slots. However when I put 4 small printers (1 in each slot) on the same platform as the soil centrifuge, it for some reason decides not to distribute the resin into the slots. I've uploaded a short video to Imgur that shows what I'm talking about. https://imgur.com/a/hYtDAdz
  15. From what I have seen of 1.0, I absolutely LOVE it. You have made everything fit together so well, System Era. Terrain 2.0 is not as harsh as I expected and there are so many other new awesome features. There are some things that I was hoping for that still did not come. I know there are many more updates that will improve on the game so I have created this thread. 1. Trade Platform I must admit, the Trade Platform is still one of the ugliest modules to ever make it into the game (second to the old Medium Printer). That black and white part on the top looks extremely w
  16. Different types of soil you can collect in canisters (or different canisters for different soil). Certain types of soil must be found in caves or on different planets. In the soil centrifuge, different types of soil can give you different types of resources. Example: Surface soil on Terran only gives you basic resources. But a soil found deep in a cave can give you laterite. Another type of soil on a different planet gives you compound, but twice the amount a normal surface soil would give you. Let me know what you guys think!