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Deconstructed the pipe a few times, but it only went to the sinks. I replaced the pipe connecting the sinks and it now wont move at all.

(This is the second base, I was stuck there with no water and oxygen for like 10 cycles because I was surrounded with abysalite and had no digging dupes, in case anyone was wondering)

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Fixed itself when I placed a bridge, still weird

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On 12/9/2020 at 12:14 PM, Hayday2 said:

Deconstructed the pipe a few times, but it only went to the sinks. I replaced the pipe connecting the sinks and it now wont move at all.

(This is the second base, I was stuck there with no water and oxygen for like 10 cycles because I was surrounded with abysalite and had no digging dupes, in case anyone was wondering)

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Fixed itself when I placed a bridge, still weird

I think there is a problem outside of the area you show. A bridge basically separates the network into two and each part gets a separate flow-direction calculation after that. ONI does not use a "complete" flow calculation algorithm, but one that is a lot faster but sometimes produces effects like the one above. You basically can always fix things with a bridge.

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11 hours ago, Gurgel said:

I think there is a problem outside of the area you show. A bridge basically separates the network into two and each part gets a separate flow-direction calculation after that. ONI does not use a "complete" flow calculation algorithm, but one that is a lot faster but sometimes produces effects like the one above. You basically can always fix things with a bridge.

I had it connected to the liquid pump and deconstructed it to jump start the bathroom.

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