Just saw that there is a subforum for this version on the bote-forum. will go there the next time i have a question.
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ok. the optimize industry doesn't work like you described. this option does not put additional workers in the industry if it can't produce it in one turn.
my duranium mine planet 17/25 industry and 20/37 Duranium. put an building in the queue which need 2 turn with 17 industry workers. activate optimize industry. reduce the industry to 9/25 and increse the duranium to 24/37 and 4 to food. yes used store food was enabled. if it would try to maximize it, it could have put an additional worker in it, because with 18 workers the same building needs just 1 turn.
Ok thanks for the answer. Still one question. How is the priority of engery needed buildings? i hope defensive Systems have the highest priority.
To the one with the option of putting the industry priority to 0 if there is no production. i know that it produces credits and is intended, that's why this was a feature request. Because there are planets i only want the production to work to upgrade my mines or other important builings. But if the industry optimization works like you described, than this should be possible. i will do some further experiments.
i played a bit with the 3 functions: optimize industry, use stored food and safe moral loss and i don't think they do what they are suppossed to do. Here the save file if you want to test it out yourself. By the way, i find the buttons a bit cinfusing with disable and enable. Why not a switch or a checkbox?
Antiochia System: 9 bn population, 3K stored food. 1 farm, 2 generators, 8 industries and 8 research. industry Priority 40. upgrade to subatomic simulator.
all 3 functions disabled: workers: farm 1, industry 6, research 2. needs 3 turns to produce, looks optimized because one less worker would be 4 turns and 7 or 8 workers would still be 3 turns.
industry optimized, rest disabled: farm 1, industry 8. needs 3 turns to produced. not optimized. there seems to be a bool-value wrong
since it's obvious that the button for industry is reversed i will use enabled when it shows disabled ingame in the following examples.
safe moral loss disabled, rest enabled: farm 1, industry 6, research 2. could have put 0 worker to farm because enough food in storage but didn't.
everything enabled: farm 1, industry 7 research 1. no idea what it did here.
optimize industry disabled, rest enabled: farm 1, industry 8. still not food in storage used
use stored food enabled, rest disabled: farm 1, industry8. still not food in storage used
safe morale loss enabled, rest disabled: farm 1, industry 8
use stored food disabled, rest enabled: farm 1, industry 7, research 1. again, no idea what it is doing.
same system just worker distribution changed: industry 40 and research 40.
all 3 functions disabled: farm 1, industry 8. shouldn't this be farm 1, industry 4 and research 4, because industry and research have same priority. hmm, ok, does that when i put the priority to 39 instead of 40
optimize industry enabled, rest disabled:1/6/2, expected behaviour.
safe morale loss disabled, rest enabled: 0/6/3, expected behaviour
everything enabled: 0/7/2: no idea
optimize industry disabled, rest enabled: 1/8/0. no stored food used
use stored food enabled, rest disabled: 0/8/1. expected behaviour
safe morale loss enabled, rest disabled: 1/8/0
use stored food disabled, rest enabled: 1/7/1. no idea
ok, to sum it up:
- if a resource is distributed with fill all, it will at first put as much worker in that building as posible and then distributes the remaining.
- if there are several building with an priority 0 < x < 40, than it will sort these according to the correct ratio.
- use stored food works only if there are free places in builings with a priority > 0
- the button for optimize industry is reversed
- safe morale loss, seems to screw up the other functions
and as a feature request, a function which disables worker in industry if there is nothing in the production queue
I'm a bit confused about the systemmanager at the moment. i will write what i think how it works and you can correct me, where i'm wrong. if you don't have much time to answer, just say so. then i will try to look through the souce code and make an image for myself.
Worker distribution: let's say i have a system with 20 workers where 5 are needed for food and i want 10 worker in industrie and 5 workers in research. that's a ratio of 2:1. is it necessary to put industry to a priority of 40 and research to 20 or is it enough when i enter the ratio -> industry to 2 and research to 1. (EDIT: tested it, the ratio is enough)
Use stored food: distributes the worker so, that the system doesn't starve but also doesn't accumulate thousand of food (can be a negative food production if there is plenty of food in storage) (don't seem to work when the production queue is empty)
optimize industry/safe moral loss: no idea
bombardement warning: does this warn after the first bombardement or if a bombardement can be posible (enemy ship in orbit)
min morale: the minimum morale which it tries to maintain in the system
min morale prod: the minimum morale production per turn
take on/offline: activates/deactivate building which need energy. But after what criteria?
energy consumer: the builings which will be managed by the "take on/offline" funtion?
exceptions: the builings which will not be managed by the "take on/offline" funtion?
now some questions to the autobuild. it says it builds the same buildings how the ai would do it. can i influence this somehow. For example i want to make an system my primary titaniumproductionsystem and it should build mainly titanium mines and the necessary food, industry and energybuildings. is that possible? if yes, how? Or maybe, don't build new buildings just upgrades the existing ones.
That's it for now, thanks for your time and effort.
some more things
- more stats
- in the history screen: planning cost, total income, selling price, sell period, cores, socket, clock speed,... of the hardware
- in the mainview a graph of the selling period of a hardware: how it changes over time to see if the market for that hardware is going down (usefull when you can decide for yourself when you want do stop selling it)
a yes, i found a bug. i was playing on very hard. i released a cpu and researched the cheaper production. after that i wanted to make a new cpu but had not enough money, so i hit cancel, after that my current selling cpu didn't make anymore profit instead my money went rapidly down in the negative numbers.
I just dumb some ideas for you
- let the player decide when he wants to stop selling a hardware (the hardware stop selling before new research was avaiable, so i either wait for new research or produce the same hardware again)
- when you implement other hardware: get experience for the different hardwaretypes, which reduce development cost/time (specialisation for a hardwaretype)
- a small notification when new research is avaiable
- different develeopment areas(size and price -> faster development, more staff)
- staff system (research, production, PR)
- a small notification during alpha when there is now further research
- endless research (especially clock speed and core)
- new core production(automaticly put in the best clock speed