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[Feedback] Item facings & Stacking

Discussion in 'UO Test Center' started by Cailleach, May 15, 2011.

  1. Cailleach

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    The way items face. At present, on things like the rustic bench, we have two options, east or south. Can we have the other two as well please, thus giving us the ability to create 'round table' seating? This should apply to things like the gargish couches as well. At the very least, allow us to use the house deco tool to turn them round til they face where we want them to go. If any of the Devs want to visit my houses on Europa or my house on TC1 for a practical demo, please give me a shout :)

    Stacking. Please, please, please, start making things stack. The wheat wort stacks, the honeydew melons stack - the bowls of corn and potatoes don't stack, nor do the various yeast + or - bottles. I'm the sort of person who likes to stockpile a little. I like to be able to log in, make what I'm going to make, not spend time trundling around assembling the ingredients, then making things. And I don't have the space to do that if stuff doesn't stack. On the subject, stuff like mento seasoning & samuals secret sauce also need to stack. I can't tell you how much of a pain it is to have to gather all the bits for a bulk order of fish pies, sail my cook down to the emporium, then make the pies bit by bit, whilst waiting out the interminable respawn times on the only vendor. Not fun. I spend my (limited) free time playing for fun. Chocolate ingredients also need to stack.
     
  2. Barok

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    It takes them years to make something stackable, then they add more stuff that doesn't stack. Seems they can't learn.