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Offline zook2

Various bugs
« on: April 06, 2017, 03:01:37 PM »
The savegame:

1) In-transit cargo is still off (that might be related to the 8.5 billion cow bug I posted yesterday). In this case, it's the bakery in Arlsing that reports 14 flour in-transit, but which are nowhere to be found.

2) I tried to sell/retire the convoy (no. 108) that's going to the bakery: "Depot found but could not be inserted in schedule. This is a bug!". I thought that would fix the transit numbers, but it doesn't.

.... wait: selling/retiring only fails while the game is paused.

3) In some places I can't build bridges: "Bridge blocked by way above or below".

4) The range feature has some problems: I tried to start a new line connecting several villages, but when I tried to send the first convoy it said something about exceeding the 30km horse range by 3km. But I can add stops before the one that's causing the problem, send the convoys on their way and then delete these stops later, with no range warning.

Offline zook2

Re: Various bugs
« Reply #1 on: April 08, 2017, 04:13:31 AM »
One more oddity: this textile mill has 82 textiles and 109 wool in storage, and has had roughly the same amounts for ages. But storage numbers are zero, except for a brief surge to 1.

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Re: Various bugs
« Reply #2 on: April 09, 2017, 01:07:25 PM »
I should be very grateful if you could report only one bug per thread as set out in the bug report guidelines, as it is extremely difficult to keep a track of what has been fixed and what is still outstanding if there are multiple bug reports per thread.
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