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[Gardening] Is there a way to force a growth check?

Discussion in 'UO Botany and Nutrition' started by Dragonchilde, May 4, 2009.

  1. Dragonchilde

    Dragonchilde Guest

    I redesigned my house last night (it's a sickness, I swear) and forgot to put my plants back in place. Now, they're all in my moving crate. Is there a way for me to force a growth check on them, so I don't lose a full day's worth of growth for all these plants? It's not a big deal, but I'd like to keep on track.
  2. Shantia

    Shantia Guest

    you could try putting them all on you and logging out and back in. If that doesnt work then there probably isnt a way. Miss the bug when they first came out that you could plant it, log out and in and get a growth lol.
  3. kittykat

    kittykat Journeyman
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    May 11, 2001
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    Like Shantia said, you could try putting them on you and logging out and then in, but it might not work - they might be set in that pattern to only try at the time your shard does maintenance (meaning - they had that check this morning but couldn't grow because they were in your moving crate, and now they won't try to grow again until 24 hours).

    Even if you do get them to grow, then your 24 hours will be reset to the time you get them to grow, so the next day at server up it wouldn't be 24 and they wouldn't grow (at that point, to keep them growing exactly 24 hours later, you'd have to keep them on you and log in at roughly the same time every day).
  4. Dragonchilde

    Dragonchilde Guest

    I did try, and it didn't work; it did a check, but it clearly didn't tally the time spent in the moving crate.

    No worries, I'm back on track now!