Korhaka

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  1. Any luck getting water added to the spreadsheet? Due to IRL not been on in the past few months but more active again now. Would be nice to be able to get beverages stuff on there too, especially booze as that takes an entire week to make. Otherwise is there any practical way to add my own entries to a local copy of the spreadsheet. Spoiler has a few tea recipes being made and the affinity given to my character by them, I am using the fixed cooking system now. Presumably, if I was to put the info into the spreadsheet and just ignore water on both setup box and recipes, as water is consistent among both recipes, that would also work? Then of course I would need a different copy for teas compared to meals.
  2. I know for teas the spreadsheet version didn't have water included last i checked, although I think I calculated it to have a value of +6, unlike booze it shouldn't be hard to test though.
  3. Would it be difficult for you to add teas to this? I have found with beverages skill teas are actually potentially quite good for affinity, instead of giving a single many hour affinity, you can fill a barrel with tea and have many many many short duration affinity gains, and of course barrels can be sealed to keep it from decaying for ever. Lots of combinations, you can use any herb, and sugar can be used multiple times in the recipe - in a cauldron that gives a lot of possibilities, and also milk, honey or maple syrup.
  4. The file location on Linux is /etc/hosts Edit should look something like this: 127.0.0.1 localhost 127.0.1.1 korhaka-Z97X-SLI 148.251.21.205 jenn001.game.wurmonline.com # The following lines are desirable for IPv6 capable hosts ::1 ip6-localhost ip6-loopback fe00::0 ip6-localnet ff00::0 ip6-mcastprefix ff02::1 ip6-allnodes ff02::2 ip6-allrouters
  5. I have asked a bunch of people this, but have yet to receive a definite answer, only getting vague answers that are really just guesses. Has anyone tested if rum will improve while sealed in a wine barrel?
  6. https://pastebin.com/Y9JHNCkv Getting this error when I try and start it. Running Linux Mint 18
  7. https://pastebin.com/Y9JHNCkv Getting this error when I try and start it. Running Linux Mint 18
  8. Bee hives reduce the efficiency of other nearby beehives. Based on quality, the top is about 10 tiles and less quality is less range, but also less honey produced.
  9. Trade definitely needs to be kept localized. However I think the interface could certainly be improved. An example could be some form of Trade hub NPC/Object, that allows you to view the inventory of all merchants in the nearby area (100 tile radius?) along with at least some search functions. Of course along with the option to just browse everything too. But this should still be something for players to place, this would keep the player made markets but improve the interaction with them.
  10. What about something like this: Behold my incredible art skills. Just have this liquid storage thingy require a bunch of pegs and different sized barrels to make in the first place.
  11. I tested a while back and am not broken. It should already specify which is rare oven or not. In my notes S.Oven = Supreme oven, if nothing is specified then it is regular.
  12. https://docs.google.com/spreadsheets/d/1XimF9jrQQ13DDxQAaOJrHJihWlg2nMqp_H9-ZkScYZU/edit?usp=sharing If this helps, it is a bunch of affinities/recipes I have noted down over time, beverage based.
  13. Any chopped herbs + water, in oven/fire and a bowl/cauldron, optional to add any number of sugar/honey/maple syrup and milk/lemon juice
  14. I believe water should have a value of +6. Great tool
  15. I would say no to auction houses. Some way to merge traders together however might be pretty good. Perhaps a window that would bring up all possible places to trade within 100 tiles, then either a list of all the items they have or search for an item by name. This leads to having a trade hub but not having to look through an incredible number of inventories.