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- Long Handed Inserter
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So I have a query from a user with my mod, in which they point out the tool tip for an infinite resource seems wrong:
- The resource takes 10 seconds to mine, so a single tile of the resource would report as 0.1/s to mine
- When the miner entity covers multiple such tiles the tool tip shows a higher rate, e.g. 0.5/s.
- However, the overall mining still operates at 0.1/s as best as I can tell.
I think it must be the tool tip that is wrong; as far as I know mining picks one tile randomly and mines it for a while, rather than mining all tiles simultaneously. Which is why on overlapping ores you'll get a lot of one resource before it switches to another.
I can't think of any way in which my mod would be "responsible" for the tool tip value. So maybe it's a bug in Factorio? Or maybe I misunderstood something because I'd be surprised in this wasn't noticed with Angel's infinite ores before now.
User's report: https://github.com/h8ul-modder/factorio ... /issues/15
- Smart Inserter
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@Moderation: Move to bug reports?
Anything in the entity-info-panel on the right is entirely up to the engine, nothing you can do about it (except bug reports).
As far as i know angels has the infinite tiles randomly sprayed into normal ores, so it might simply be very uncommon to have a standard miner than can reach several of them at once?
- Smart Inserter
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You can easily get a miner on top of fully infinite ore patch.
And I think even devs acknowledged that with infinite ores display of yield on miners is silly and has nothing to do with how it actually works.
It works with oil rigs since they only mine 1 resource node. And normal miner also mines only 1 node but calculation doesn't take that into account on infinite patches.