BlueLance

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  1. So everytime one of my dupes need to breath they will go and breath in some oxygen, but after that if the environment they need to work in afterwards has no oxygen they somehow just seem to stop breathing entirely. This fixes itself after they go back to a normal oxygenated area but happens again shortly after they go somewhere else, need to breath and then they stop breathing after catching some air. Attached is the picture showing them using no air etc and my save file New and Improved 2.sav
  2. Wait a second, your not Chipplyman! He only had THREE arms! *Suddenly explodes as Chipplyman points his fourth arm at me*
  3. I love the fact its a Mark 1 Upgrade! I am so excited
  4. Yeah that is a bit more of a beastly thread, but heck its good for people who can use it!
  5. Definently a feature, gotta make those gasflow tiles flow in a direction now
  6. Yeah airflow tiles are now acting like a solid tile
  7. So, a gas transitions into another gas? or does it become liquid methane?
  8. I never thought about using a resevoir for things like molten glass
  9. Can anyone post the information on sour gas? like thermal conductivity and capacity?
  10. Well that answers the question about were they intended to be able to interact with the chlorine around em!
  11. Vacuuming it depends on several things, if you use one water lock you can easily vacuum an entire area by filling it with pumps. Once you have the room vacuumed the most difficult part would be building things correctly and not missing something important. Obviously if you do not use water locks it can be more difficult but still easy if you have a design for an actual airlock. But I do agree copying does have its own difficulties.