the main reason why the new "set per recipe" thing exists is so that the pipe connections remain consistent between recipes. for basic -> advanced oil processing, that means reserving a spot for water, light oil and heavy oil. The output pipes would remain consistent for liquifaction too, just not the input pipes, as instead of crude and water, you have coal (not a pipe), heavy oil, and steam.Adamo wrote: ↑Tue Jul 30, 2019 1:46 pmIt's set per recipe, so the recipe for liquification would have the inputs set as well. But I agree with your sentiments overall.bobingabout wrote: ↑Tue Jul 30, 2019 12:57 pmAlso with the same argument... if on the oil refinery, a specific pipe is used for a specific fluid, and there's only 2 input pipes on the oil refinery, one for crude and one for water... which pipe does the current liquefaction ingredient heavy oil go into?
I guess if I was going to try and assign them logically, I'd use the crude pipe for heavy oil, and the water pipe for steam.
Something inside me is telling me to bet that it's the other way around.