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Re: Eh? Can't get code to work I remember having this same issue back when I first started learning to mod and found that whenever I made a change to my menudef, diy and cookery files it automatically made a hidden backup which was screwing up all of my menus by making duplicates. I deleted those and it cleaned everything right up.
December 10, 2018, 10:04:46 PM
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Re: Spiky Fences and Fence Gates Sure!
January 19, 2019, 02:01:13 AM
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Re: Modding Repetitive Tasks This is mostly to cut down on keystrokes when preparing soil for planting. I suppose I could use your bundling system and remove a measure of weight instead of a number, though.

I've used a bundling system for arrows for a few years now since I accumulate them quite rapidly and use them as my currency. I've also made bales of leather, fur, nettle, linen and wool, and stack them in one of my various smoke houses I have scattered across the world for when I need to repair/craft clothing, etc. I thought about doing the same with iron, but it didn't seem logical so I usually make wrought iron out of those items or trade them off as is for more portable currency.

I haven't checked out the BAC in quite some time since I've been super busy with RL stuff. It looks like you've done quite a bit with it. As soon as I get some free time, I'll try to incorporate it in with my own mods and see what changes I need to make to my mods for compatibility. With any luck, I'll be able to contribute something more to the BAC.

August 28, 2019, 05:16:33 PM
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Re: Anyone ever clear out Njerp territory? I've only managed clearing out about half the Njerp territory before I have so much wealth that it's no longer worth it to me to keep playing the character. Mostly, I'd live off the spoils while my wounds healed and then whittle another settlement down until it was manageable to go in and clear those remaining in one fell swoop since I could never persuade a companion (other than my livestock and dogs) to accompany me when I really needed them. With my last attempt at this, I was razing villages and using the building materials to set up my own city that was centrally located.

This time around, I'm just playing a farmer/fisherman/gatherer and dealing with wandering warriors as they turn up. It's actually more fun this way since I have to plan ahead and get by on the meager resources at hand. I think my little dog might be getting tired of eating lake-reed flatbread, though. He doesn't complain, but there's a certain look in his eye.  :D

September 22, 2019, 05:18:40 PM
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