Ipsquiggle

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  1. Exhales broken

    Changed Status to Fixed This will be fixed in the next major update. Now, if dupicants are standing in shallow water, the CO2 will appear at their heads instead of at their feet.
  2. Fresh ONI install, black screen

    Changed Status to Fixed The game will detect and fix this error in the next major update. In the meantime, the solution posted here (modifying /.config/unity3d/Klei/Oxygen Not Included/prefs) will resolve the issue.
  3. Fresh ONI install, black screen

    Thanks so much @KittenIsAGeek for figuring that out! We've seen a number of cases of this; the log shows a resolution of 1x1 but we weren't sure where that number was coming from. Now we're not sure where this setting in the prefs file is coming from but at least now we can hunt that down. Appreciate it!
  4. Changed Status to Fixed This will be resolved in the next major update
  5. Changed Status to Known Issue Changed Redmine to https://redmine.klei.com/issues/4437 Agreed, this is a problem. It touches on some core AI functionality so there isn't an easy solution, but we can definitely try and make managing the situation less bothersome. Thanks for bringing up the issue and for the save file! I'll also take a look at the food production notification.
  6. Changed Status to Known Issue Changed Redmine to https://redmine.klei.com/issues/4436 Ach, good catch! That certainly doesn't sound like 'no sweat', huh...
  7. Can't start game

    Also, we've been seeing this issue particularly for people who have Citrix installed. If that's the case for you, could you try uninstalling it and seeing if the problem goes away?
  8. It didn't work for a long time; it was changed in the past couple months to allow "upgrading" in any direction. Same is true of wires and conduits now. Farm/hydro breaking the rule is also by design at the moment; the harm of accidentally uprooting your farm is greater (and I think more surprising) than just replacing a foundation tile, but I'll give that some more consideration.
  9. Ah, I see. Well, thank you for the save file, we'll take a closer look at what's happening here!
  10. Changed Status to Known Issue Changed Redmine to https://redmine.klei.com/issues/4434
  11. Thanks for taking the time to work through this @DaveSatx, and thanks @creidieki for helping diagnose it. This tile-creating behavior is indeed the design of the Voles, but I can understand that it was confusing to understand. We'll look in to making it more clear what's going on here.
  12. Changed Status to Closed This is intended behaviour. Dupes will always try to deliver materials to a construction before digging, though due to differences in work priorities, chore grouping, etc. the dig may often happen first anyways.
  13. micrograms, seriously?

    Changed Status to Known Issue Changed Redmine to https://redmine.klei.com/issues/4433 Does this keep occurring after a save/load of this file? If so, could you post the file for us to take a look at? Thanks.
  14. That's right, the various 'tiles' can be built on top of each other to upgrade them smoothly without having to destroy the foundation. This should be true for tiles, airflow tiles, mesh tiles, insulated tiles, metal tiles, plastic tiles, farm tile, and hydroponic farm, I believe. If you see it in any other unexpected cases, please let me know!
  15. Changed Status to Known Issue Changed Redmine to https://redmine.klei.com/issues/4431 The transformers had a significant rework a few months ago, one of the consequences is that they actually 'draw' power from the upstream side. This means that they only protect the downstream circuit, there still has to be enough capacity and wire thickness on the upstream side to support it. So in light of that: Am I correct in assuming that in your first screenshot, there is only 7kW load on the downstream side, but all 4 transformers are showing that load and thus applying 28kW to the upstream side? So you're expecting something like the first transformer is at 4kW, the second at 3kW, and the other two at 0kW?