[kovarex] [1.1.27] Gap when dragging assemblers

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[kovarex] [1.1.27] Gap when dragging assemblers

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when dragging assemblers there remained a gap. This has not happened to me in ages before, but i turned on smart belt today, so it may be related to that.

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Re: [1.1.27] Gab when dragging assemblers

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Not a bug?
try do this slowly, or hold mouse and move with A

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Re: [1.1.27] Gab when dragging assemblers

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going too fast this always happens. turn down mouse DPI.
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Re: [1.1.27] Gab when dragging assemblers

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sp55aa wrote:
Mon Mar 22, 2021 4:04 am
Not a bug?
try do this slowly, or hold mouse and move with A
ptx0 wrote:
Mon Mar 22, 2021 2:27 pm
going too fast this always happens. turn down mouse DPI.
You are both wrong, but keep try guessing. Even a blind chicken can find a grain.

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Re: [1.1.27] Gap when dragging assemblers

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I am not able to reproduce the problem,
The video is very nice for demonstrating the issue, however it doesn't obviate the need for more detailed reproduction steps

You also seem to have a lot of other similar issue, do you have some software or overlays or something that might be messing with your device input?

Can you provide a log file?

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Re: [1.1.27] Gab when dragging assemblers

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AntiElitz wrote:
Mon Mar 22, 2021 9:48 pm
sp55aa wrote:
Mon Mar 22, 2021 4:04 am
Not a bug?
try do this slowly, or hold mouse and move with A
ptx0 wrote:
Mon Mar 22, 2021 2:27 pm
going too fast this always happens. turn down mouse DPI.
You are both wrong, but keep try guessing. Even a blind chicken can find a grain.
maybe you click mouse too late? can you reproduce this?

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Re: [1.1.27] Gap when dragging assemblers

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Hello,
this happens to me exclusively when I start dragging on an already placed entity. The gap will always be between the placed entity and the next one I intend to place. When I start dragging on an empty tile there is no limit on how fast I can drag, there will never be a gap.

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Video: https://youtu.be/FdRJQgeX2P8
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Re: [1.1.27] Gap when dragging assemblers

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reproduced:
1. build 2 tank
2021-03-24_004047.png
2021-03-24_004047.png (53.81 KiB) Viewed 1436 times
2. deconstruct left tank
2021-03-24_004822.png
2021-03-24_004822.png (33.37 KiB) Viewed 1436 times
3. move mouse to right tank
4. Q select tank
5. click mouse, hold and move mouse to left
2021-03-24_004623.png
2021-03-24_004623.png (60.01 KiB) Viewed 1436 times
6. shows green, but cannot place here
7. move mouse left, build with gap
2021-03-24_004745.png
2021-03-24_004745.png (40.52 KiB) Viewed 1436 times

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Re: [1.1.27] Gap when dragging assemblers

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sp55aa wrote:
Tue Mar 23, 2021 4:48 pm
reproduced:
1. build 2 tank
2. deconstruct left tank
3. move mouse to right tank
4. Q select tank
5. click mouse, hold and move mouse to left
6. shows green, but cannot place here
7. move mouse left, build with gap
Excellent job! I was not able to figure it out myself, but this is reproducing it 100% consistent now :)! Thank you!
Last edited by AntiElitz on Tue Mar 23, 2021 7:51 pm, edited 2 times in total.

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Re: [1.1.27] Gap when dragging assemblers

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sp55aa wrote:
Tue Mar 23, 2021 4:48 pm
reproduced:
1. build 2 tank
2021-03-24_004047.png
2. deconstruct left tank
2021-03-24_004822.png
3. move mouse to right tank
4. Q select tank
5. click mouse, hold and move mouse to left
2021-03-24_004623.png
6. shows green, but cannot place here
7. move mouse left, build with gap
2021-03-24_004745.png
i must be messing up because i can't reproduce this on my map with Schall's scaled machines. i'm constantly running along with blueprints to place things, but perhaps it's because you're moving your mouse and not using the 'a' key.
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Re: [1.1.27] Gap when dragging assemblers

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Suprisingly, I was able to reproduce the issue:
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Re: [kovarex] [1.1.27] Gap when dragging assemblers

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Hi, thanks for the report, it is now fixed for the next release 1.1.29.

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Thank you!

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