Topic: Stackable Items not stacking  (Read 1460 times)


Andre

« on: July 20, 2018, 07:45:15 PM »
Occasionaly items that are usually stackable refuse to stack for me for no reason that I can see. For example I have 2 different stacks of decent squirrel furs, 3 stacks of arrows and probably some other things aswell. And I'm quite sure that it's not some kind of stack limit, since I previously had 5 fine squirrel furs in one stack but then 4 normal squirrel furs in one stack with a single squirrel fur in a second stack. And if it was a stack limit I wouldn't have 1 stack of 188 arrows, 1 stack of 34 arrows and a third of 8 arrows.

I think it seems to happen once you reach the message for inventory where it tells you that you have too many items and can't pick up anymore/items will be automatically dropped. That might be what bugs these stacks out but I'm not sure.

PALU

« Reply #1 on: July 20, 2018, 08:31:31 PM »
For some reason some things just don't stack, even if they're labelled the same. Human bones stack only based on the culture the bones' former owner belonged to, for instance. Arrows similarly end up in multiple stacks of arrows labelled the same, and I think I've had 3 different stacks of hand axes.
There are also cases where things don't stack temporarily, such as e.g. having an empty bowl in the inventory and eating the last food in another: they'll show up as two separate bowls, but stack when dropped.
A third case is with plants, where leaves from a plant stack differently depending on whether the threshed plant was flowering or not. I think picked leaves end up in one of those two categories.

Curiously, things that did not stack earlier did when UrW was upgraded. I believe I had water skins that did not stack before, but did afterwards (the water skins were spoils either from wounded adventurer quests, Njerps, or robbers, as are all my water skins except the fine one have been acquired: I made the fine one, and haven't bought any).

Andre

« Reply #2 on: July 21, 2018, 06:39:32 AM »
Oh yeah, you reminded me of things like berries, which seem to not stack if they weren't in a group or something. Like you'll have 200 lingonberries from the lingonberry patches behind your hut and then you'll have 100 lingonberries from the patches across the river and they won't stack.

PALU

« Reply #3 on: July 21, 2018, 02:59:59 PM »
No, that's likely a different issue. Food that degrades over time only stacks with food at the same level of degradation, and those levels aren't having distinct descriptions, so the berries from today may not stack with those from yesterday, but they might, if those from yesterday didn't degrade.
As far as I can tell, leaves don't degrade, though.