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  1. Hi Odog, I also partially use the colors to specify contents that are hard to define in chests. It helps a little. In addition to this, I organize plants, armor and other combined stuff in one row and insect parts in another row. It's not perfect but it works. Image with the fly represents all flying things etc. For smaller storage locations, I only use three chests where I store (from left to right): Non animal items Animal/insect parts Combined/manufactured parts In these locations I don't need any signs at all. I think that adding a text option to
  2. Grounded REL, Steam version under Windows 10 Pro. As the title says, the Repair Tool doesn't work anymore (However, I haven't used it for a long time and many updates ago.) Also, I haven't manufactured a new Repair Tool, it is the same tool I've used before (perhaps that's the problem). When using the tool, I can see that it now has new moves (like tightening a bolt) and two progress bars. One progress bar for recycling and one for the item that should be repaired. But nothing happens. I have only tried to repair Grass Walls.
  3. Hi! I tried to use the available images for the Sign Frame item but it's hopeless. It's impossible to explain the content in each chest. I think Signs Frames that can hold custom text is actually more interesting for me in several scenarios. Most important when having +10 Chests in a row that each holds only one type of item. ...or maybe it would be faster to implement... It would add great value to the Sign Frame's if the user can choose an existing "item icon" as image and also add custom text (see attached examples). Cheers!
  4. Well, the Praying Mantis is not my "favorite insect" and my suggestion was not "without thought" as you can read in my suggestion. A praying mantis is almost stationary during it's attacks. It reaches the pray with it's long and retractable front legs. So I would think that it could be defeated with a long range weapon or just make it a bit slower as the other insects, already incorporated in the game. One shouldn't compare the exact real life behavior of the praying mantis with game mob/characters behavior. The already in-game insects are only life like anyway. If we for fun p
  5. Suggestion, adding the Praying Mantis Add the formidable and horrifying Praying Mantis in the game. It should only be spawned by using a new Lure Trap with grinded part from a dead p.mantis added as an ingredient (workbench item). Behavior If nothing attacks the p.mantis and the lure has been sniffed enough, it will eventually move to an area with dense grass vegetation. At the p.mantis hideout, it will be waiting for spiders, ants and of course small humans to pass by and attacks with a short warning. However, if the p.mantis attacks a soldier ant, all nearby ants will swa
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