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Have you read, understood, and followed all of the rules listed in large text at the top of the support forum? (Yes/No): Yes TFC Version #:0.79.21.741 Forge Version #:10.13.4.1448 SSP/SMP (SinglePlayer/MultiPlayer):Single Description:If I Shift + Right Clicking with a Log, it creates a Log Pile. Then I open it to place the other Logs in and strange things happen... (continues on the bottom) Have you deleted your config files or are using default configs and are still able to reproduce this bug? (Yes/No):Yes Do you have any mods other than Forge and TFC installed? (Yes/No):Yes If yes, which mods? PlayerApiSmart MovingSmart RenderCodeChickenCoreNEIFastcraftTerrafirmacraft NEI pluginVoxelmapLiteloaderIf you have Optifine or Cauldron installed, can you still reproduce the bug after uninstalling them? (Yes/No):I don't have them, so Yes. Pictures: ...First all the logs go into the same slot. Then I press Esc and reopen the Log Pile. (I didn't change anything) It's just graphical. If I take it out it's back. If I click 3 times on the Log Pile with Logs after creating it (a.k.a. I fill the first slot with 4 Logs) and then open it and shift click the remaining Logs it works as it should. If I grab the Logs (with Left Click) and put it into the slot or drag it, it places only 4.
Hi! ive just recently been playing TFC and have managed to understand the wiki on how to play this mod using some of its guides. Recently however,ive been having trouble understanding how to make a charcoal pit To my understanding the charcoal pit is made by filling logs in a 5x5 hole without the corners and the center, then above the center in a second layer also make a 3x3 hole without filling in the center again. Then make a fire pit in the center as so... Sky view: o=logs D=logs in 2nd layer X=fire pit ooo oDDDo oD XDo oDDDo ooo (sorry it's terrible...never made one of these before... ) Then as a tip to save time some the wiki suggest having covered the logs with sand before covering the center.....thing is... covering the center is my problem ! Im unable to shift-right click a log on the side of another one above the fire pit (X) to cover the hole (as ive seen tutorials on making a charcoal pit in TFC older versions), whenever i try covering the center with another block such as dirt/sand the gravity of them makes them go down destroying the fire pit any help? Unable to shift-click the log on a log in the 2nd layer to cover the block on top of the fire pit