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About xbeo

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  1. With so much confusion about whether a change in behaviour is a feature change or just regression: If a software developer is using TDD or BDD, which every sane developer does (sadly not so much in the gaming industry), and he is doing a public testing phase, wouldn't it be cool if the tests or the specs would also be public? I am sure that way there would be much less confusion about the behaviour of the software/game. --- Of course this would be utopia, in the real world even the developers don't know how their code behaves. Or management would think that its a security issue.
  2. I tried to pour the liquid oxygen into hot water made by a geyser. Water temperature before was 80C - 90C. After a few cycles it went down to 20C - 30C and some ice blocks formed on top of the water. Gas pressure within the room is now 20kg - 25kg (steam) with a 54kg blob of oxygene which you can collect at the top of the room. Plus a 115kg blob of polluted oxygen from before the test which I will promptly send to the bubbler Only problem: the oxygen now has a temperature of over 100C
  3. I think OP just wanted to say that a powerswitch in its off state will seperate circuits. Nothing automatic, nothing spectacular, unfortunately. I tested it in debug mode: A button in ON-state will not seperate grids: Same with more than one button in a row. A button in OFF state will seperate the grid, as expected. So, here you have 2 grids with 1 power supply. Now we need ability to build relais.
  4. I always wondered what to do with all the polluted water when you have access to a geyser. I dont know how long this will work well, but I guess I will just pour it down into that sinkhole. Supports infinite showers for some time.
  5. Copy and paste storage settings would be handy now. Then you could just store everything that you dont want to be eaten and then just let the hatches run around freely to clean up for you.
  6. I already run into coal problems because I keep forgetting to feed the hatches. Already thinking about dripping water through some cool gases onto the hatches so that they always have ice to eat ...
  7. Though some people may find fun in micromanagement or repetitive tasks, it should not be enforced imho.
  8. Are they fighting their own system already? In alpha?
  9. I tried it out, works like a charm. But I had to pour water over the whole damn thing when starting it to prevent the air coolers from overheating. Did you use isolated pipes behind the coolers? Then I had to find the right type of material for the pipes because granite broke sometimes And then I tried to boil the liquid oxygen and pump it back into my base... which cooled my whole base it down to -50C on average, much colder on certain spots. Then I tried some heating methods and my game started to crash, which almost never happens. 10/10, would build again!
  10. I feed my hatches with slime, as I dont use algae. Hatches are excellent trash dumps!
  11. With it being set to colder, it would start with one pump and then regulate up to two pumps once primed status is reached?
  12. Do you mean Activate if warmer than -183.2? If not, i do not understand the logic behind this. The second pump should turn off when it is cold enough, right? Other than that, great manual!
  13. Geez, great design! Thank you so much for sharing! Have to test this right now...