Wrong.terror_gnom wrote: ↑Wed Jun 05, 2019 1:57 pmI think its pretty intuitive if you come from the belt perspective
Straight belt: Far side if orthogonal, right side of belt direction if parallel
Curved belt: inner corner
only parallel splitters look weird at first glance but if you think about that far-side thing it becomes clear^^
Wrong. As soon as another case appears the "rules" don't work to predict what is going to happen. And you just have to remember the cases. So there's no rule? It's all about memorising a lot of cases?Jap2.0 wrote: ↑Thu Jun 06, 2019 5:07 amIf the belt is parallel to the inserter, the item is dropped on the right side of the belt (from the belt's perspective).
If the best is perpendicular to the inserter, the item is dropped on the far side of the belt.
Corners are considered "perpendicular," and as such the item is dropped on the "far" side of the belt, which is considered to be the inside of the corner.
More votes for "it's logical" and yet no-one was able to predict what was going to happen in U and V. You have to test and remember for many different cases. Votes ignored.
And we also get this: All 3 place on the same side (EC setup). That is really annoying when trying to make compact beaconed production with belts.