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Bug Comments posted by CarlZalph

  1. This sounds like a mod issue revolving around poor handling of networked variables or a conflict between them.

    Should a mod fail to properly use these networked variables you may experience all sorts of invalid things showing like having all the recipes unlocked, the badges having full stats, etc.

    I'd consider disabling mods one by one to see the root problem if you don't mind the repeated reloads and want to keep some of the mods you're using.

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  2. This sounds like your mouse button's spring is bent a bit, and is double clicking from hardware contact bounce when you click once.

    You can fix it yourself if you felt inclined, but beware it can take some time and you'll need patience with the actual button mechanism itself.

    Here's a quick overview of what to do for fixing the poor thing:


    Open up the mouse, usually there are screws under the feet of the mouse- use a very thin knife to not cut the feet up and to keep the contact side sticky.

    The button will look like one of these switches:


    The red notch is the part that comes in contact with the mouse overhead hood that you depress to make a click, and the three prongs are the contacts to make a switch- you generally won't see the prongs on the topside and it will be mounted on a board via solder on the backside.


    If you noticed, then you'll see that these switches generally for the most part are held together by pressure tabs.

    Taking that thin knife from before, gently lift the tabs on the side such that they're over the notch on the base on both sides.

    These tabs can be on the thin outside and may not be on the sides, but generally I've seen them only on the sides.

    Be weary the red button is usually free to fall out, so keep track of it should it decide to evacuate its designed slot- I find taking a flat tip screwdriver with it on its edge is easiest to getting it back into place by sliding it in via gravity.


    After the top casing pops off you should be presented with something similar to these:


    Notice the hoop part of the metal that resides in the center- this is the spring that is bent in such a way it no longer provides enough tension to make bounce not happen.

    You will need to take a screwdriver or knife to flatten the hoop out only a BIT to reinstate tension- making it perfectly flat will damage the spring and be impossible to shove back into the setup of the switch.


    After doing so, put the switch back together by carefully putting the housing over the contacts and try not to squish them on accident.

    If you want more information, then there are various sources online for helping with this all over.

    I've repaired my mouse clicks going on seven times now and it's going on ten years of age.

  3. If you created a server from the menu then you're automatically an admin.

    You don't see the remote text if caverns weren't enabled on server creation; the server is your client in this case and is known as a listen server.


    If you made a dedicated standalone server, then you either need to use your dedicated server token from your account to automatically be an admin, or edit the admins.txt file with your Steam64 or KleiID.

  4. According to the source files this should be serialized and networked from the server.

    At this time it is not like this.


            -- Reference local minimap reveal cache
            -- In the future this will come from the server

    So it should be on their "to-do" list.

  5. 1 hour ago, AshenNoble said:

    proceeded to label the game as ransom ware.

    Well, to be fair, the game might take over your life if you're not careful.

    Charlie does love her play things and won't give them up freely.

    1 hour ago, AshenNoble said:

    I'm unsure how (or if I'm able) to remove this ticket or mark it as fixed

    At the bottom left of the thread next to "Report Bug" is an option to "Hide Bug".

    Not sure if this actually closes and hides it, but it's something.

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