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Bags

EncrovianEncrovian
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Is there a way to make 1 the first bag that the stuff u picks up goes into? Like my ferghus doll bag keeps getting the drops first, then it goes into my shop bag after it fills. On my giant it goes into my shop bag first then the ferghus one. HOW DO I MAKE IT SO THAT IT GOES INTO THE SHOP BAG? Setting an order for which bags would be nice, unless it already exists and idk how2do it. ;-;

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  • CrimsọnCrimsọn
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    OCD triggered? :trollface:
    SpaceCat
  • TheNyanCatTheNyanCat
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    Pretty sure items go into your newest and recently acquired bag. If you were to unequip a bag and reequip new items should go into that bag first.
  • IyasenuIyasenu
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    TheNyanCat wrote: »
    Pretty sure items go into your newest and recently acquired bag. If you were to unequip a bag and reequip new items should go into that bag first.

    I don't think this is the case.

    My most recently acquired bag is the 11x11 Alban Knights Emblem shop bag, but that's not where items choose to first go into.

    Maybe it's the OLDEST bag, instead of the newest?



    Although, if OP wanted to skew things a bit, you could put an item tag on the Ferghus bag.
    Something you probably won't pick up often like... Ancient Books.
    Put an item tag on a bag and it'll try to fill up other bags before that one (excluding any items that actually fit the tag), and it won't actually keep you from putting non-tagged items inside manually.
  • EncrovianEncrovian
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    Iyasenu wrote: »
    TheNyanCat wrote: »
    Pretty sure items go into your newest and recently acquired bag. If you were to unequip a bag and reequip new items should go into that bag first.

    I don't think this is the case.

    My most recently acquired bag is the 11x11 Alban Knights Emblem shop bag, but that's not where items choose to first go into.

    Maybe it's the OLDEST bag, instead of the newest?



    Although, if OP wanted to skew things a bit, you could put an item tag on the Ferghus bag.
    Something you probably won't pick up often like... Ancient Books.
    Put an item tag on a bag and it'll try to fill up other bags before that one (excluding any items that actually fit the tag), and it won't actually keep you from putting non-tagged items inside manually.

    The problem with tagging is that it's exclusively putting those items in the bag first, not rly making it so that other items don't go in. Not a solution. :C
  • courtneyycourtneyy
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    Encrovian wrote: »
    Iyasenu wrote: »
    TheNyanCat wrote: »
    Pretty sure items go into your newest and recently acquired bag. If you were to unequip a bag and reequip new items should go into that bag first.

    I don't think this is the case.

    My most recently acquired bag is the 11x11 Alban Knights Emblem shop bag, but that's not where items choose to first go into.

    Maybe it's the OLDEST bag, instead of the newest?



    Although, if OP wanted to skew things a bit, you could put an item tag on the Ferghus bag.
    Something you probably won't pick up often like... Ancient Books.
    Put an item tag on a bag and it'll try to fill up other bags before that one (excluding any items that actually fit the tag), and it won't actually keep you from putting non-tagged items inside manually.

    The problem with tagging is that it's exclusively putting those items in the bag first, not rly making it so that other items don't go in. Not a solution. :C

    So... to add on to what Iyasenu said... just make sure ALL of your bags are tagged with something - Ancient Books IS a good one (just to keep things the same) - and then whatever bag you want the drops from your ferghus bag to get leave that bag UNTAGGED. That way everything your ferghus doll bag picks up will automatically go in there. Now... if you have a potion bag, no matter what the potions it picks up will go in that bag, but besides that it should be fine with that technique.
  • ObsimObsim
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    Tagging helps but if untagged the items will go in the top bag starting from the left and this applies to bags that have the same tag as well. SO the layout of your bags in your inventory plays an important role in keeping things tidy.
  • CrimsọnCrimsọn
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    Bag'em and tag'em.
    SpaceCat
  • LiyetaLiyeta
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    The order is from old to new. So if you want to make certain order, you need to put all your bag in the bank then put it in your main inventory with your desired order.
  • GTCvActiumGTCvActium
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    Liyeta wrote: »
    The order is from old to new. So if you want to make certain order, you need to put all your bag in the bank then put it in your main inventory with your desired order.

    As much as this is a good idea, it's also probably impossible for a number of people given the amount of bound items, and the amount of space needed to store certain items for the move.
  • EncrovianEncrovian
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    Liyeta wrote: »
    The order is from old to new. So if you want to make certain order, you need to put all your bag in the bank then put it in your main inventory with your desired order.

    ohhh ill try this. thank u!