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Water from pipe extraction counts negative in super computer.


slamprise
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Super computer was low on water. No duplicant access to sources. Had duplicant extract water from pipes. Dupe immediately retrieves, brings to super computer. Super computer now LOWER on water. 

Fill repeatedly w/40k H2O from pipes. FAIL.

Demolish and rebuild super computer. FAIL.

Reboot. FAIL.

Give dupe access to H2O source. Glitch no longer triggered.


Steps to Reproduce

1) Remove all dupe access to H2O sources, including bottled from mopping.

2) Build super computer. On build, it requires H2O.

ALT 2) Let existing super computer be used until it starts to need more water.

3) Extract H2O from pipe.

4) Watch as dupe carries to super computer, now needs EVEN MORE H2O.

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Can confirm, have an asteroid basically trainwrecked as research has effectively halted. All supercomputers have the same problem -- deconstructed, reconstructed, shuffled orders, adjusted tasks, etc. Totally stalled.

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Supercomputer uses 50kg of water per research point. Every pipe has 10kg of water. You need to have a dupe constantly empting pipes in order to have supercomputer working unobstructed (or have a pincher pump available and provide 200kg at once)

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11 hours ago, sakura_sk said:

Supercomputer uses 50kg of water per research point. Every pipe has 10kg of water. You need to have a dupe constantly empting pipes in order to have supercomputer working unobstructed (or have a pincher pump available and provide 200kg at once)

To clarify, on adding water repeatedly, no additional research points were gained. Tried continuously extracting from pipes - issue persisted with no point gain.

Issue is not whether dupes can bring enough water - it's adding H2O actually instantly increases the amount of water needed - but only from pipes. Had no problem with pitcher pump available.

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