SniderThanYou

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  1. Yep, that explains the dirt, but not the igneous rock. The magma mass was not decreasing, which is why I showed myself mousing over all of the magma tiles individually.
  2. I dug out some abyssalite that was separating magma from contaminated water. Now, where the two meet, igneous rock and dirt are spawning infinitely at that spot. See this video: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=bfqLglPgcMQ The magma is not losing any mass, so I don't know where the igneous rock and dirt are coming from. Also, I saved and loaded, and after a few seconds, dirt started infinitely spawning again, but not igneous rock. Good luck! The Not-So Rosy Homestead.sav
  3. This happened to Lacy while she was streaming today. Fast forward to 2:29:35 if the link doesn't do it for you automatically. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=bJZAoeYAX0Y#t=149m35s
  4. Sometimes, a planter's red 'needs a seed' icon is a tile lower than it ought to be.
  5. The left lamp looks off, and the right lamp looks on, but both say 'emitting light'. This has been the case since they were originally built. Saving, quitting, and loading the game has fixed it; both lights appear to be on.
  6. Suppose there's a mod on the Steam Workshop that I really like, and a game update causes the mod to stop working. The mod hasn't been updated in several months, and the mod creator doesn't seem to notice anyone's comments about offering to help fix it. Would I be out of line to fix the mod myself and re-publish it to the Steam Workshop? I would obviously give credit to the original author. What else would I need to do to not be perceived as a thieving jerk?