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It should be hard to program in.. right? ;_; I just wanna craft all day without any 20 item limit interruptions
Not really these things come with recorders. You push record, do the action, press stop. You can then edit the macro (text file) by hand. You could probably dig up a free one on source forge. That's a legitimate public free software site (it's not hacker stuff).
But the real question is how to do it in a way that pleases people. Some people complain when the game feels like it's on auto-pilot and you don't interact with the game enough. But then there are people who would say the same as you. Overall, we need a solution that doesn't put the game on auto-pilot, but still allows you to do what you want to do.
Make it like fishing, you can choose to play or auto-play.
<smh> Hence the thread, Kenneth; hence the thread.
My point is, the more convenient production gets, the less logic (of already existing poor logic) there will be.
Oh, I thought you were just quipping for post count. Logic schlogic, we want more convenience.
Then they better upgrade the technology to go with it, as they did with Hillwen.
Why do I even need a handicraft kit for paper cranes anyway?! It's just like a paper airplane.. right?
never made one irl so assuming, rip me
The handicraft kit will provide you with the hands needed to make the crane.
Probably the same reason you need a Dry Oven to "fragment" (TWO) Paper Cranes back into Paper, rather than just unfolding the darn thing.
In all seriousness, it's likely that the paper you get is not square. The handicraft kit may contain (I assume) scissors and a ruler, which will help you make a square sheet, the base for almost every origami project.
As far as more than 20 items... that ALOT of stuff to queue, are you crafting for an army? lol. If one un-clicks the checkbox in the lower left corner of the production window, crafting becomes instantaneous. That makes it imminently spammable. -The problem there becomes: skipping the production "queue-ing" process removes the server messages from failures, etc. And I'm pretty certain you get less exp that way too.
If you unclick that thing, it does not always make what ever your stack is. Some times it will use everything to give 1 item and sometimes it just does 1:1. Depends on what skill.