Netjera

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  1. When using automated egg and meat pickup from ranches, eggs are not being counted correctly when on the conveyor rails. Six eggs can be on the rails - 3 sage hatchling eggs, and 3 stone hatchling eggs, and the resource list will show 0 hatchling eggs of both types. Furthermore, incubators will say, 'No Egg Available', and it's random whether or not the autosweeper will actually drop an egg into an open incubator or not. (I have 3 incubators, and change the type of egg accepted according to what can be seen on the rails. Conveyor Loader is set to priority 7, accepting eggs in case there are no free incubators; incubators are all set on priority 9.). If the egg is left on the ground, the counters will update, and a Duplicant will come and put the egg into the correct incubator. Meat is correctly picked up by the autosweeper at the ranches, and sent down the conveyor rail. However, when it gets to the kitchen, where the next conveyor loader is set to a priority of 7, the refrigerators are set to a priority of 8, and the grill is set to a priority of 9, the meat will be passed to the next conveyor loader, and wind up rotting on the rails because it's never actually recognized as existing. The sweeper will keep passing it to the loader, instead of putting it away, and it just circles around until it rots. If the sweep system is set to not pick up meat, meat left on the ground will be correctly picked up by a Duplicant and put in either the grill, if there's room, or the refrigerator. I have not been monitoring the meat count, so I don't know if the improper counts exist for meat, as well. Other items seem to be just fine, including other eggs. Pinch Roe Eggs and Shine Bug Eggs are correctly counted, and loaded into the incubators. Only hatchling eggs and meat seem to be affected. This error has only been happening since the latest update. Everything worked correctly prior to the September 17-18 update. macOS Big Sur, version 11.5.2 MacBook Air (M1, 2020) Chip: Apple M1 Memory: 16 GB