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Make Diagonal Palisade Symmetric

Discussion in 'Bug Reports' started by Thales M., Mar 1, 2018.

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  1. Thales M. Senior Engineer

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    Make diagonal palisade (and spikes versions) symmetric. So either placement would fit with each other perfectly.
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  2. I23I7 ME Tester

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    Hey,

    try turning it around :)
     
  3. Thales M. Senior Engineer

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    I know it. I'm saying about symmetry, so it will always fit perfectly free of orintentation. Because there are some issues about finding correct orientation:

    - When placing block we show it as transparent. With this transparency, it is hard to see if it is correctly placed or not especially at nights or when building it from distance. You have to be very close to it when placing.
    - Auto rotation of blocks sometimes switch its orientation, so every placement needs close attention.
    - In survival, half build diagonal palisade is confusing because it doesn't look right until it is complete.
    - Imagine you have unfinished diagonal palisade wall and you try to place a new one on top of it. You can't know it'd be fit or not until you finish building the bottom one first.
     
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  4. I23I7 ME Tester

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    I understand but for now we have more pressing matters to look into but thanks for the feedback.
     
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  5. Thales M. Senior Engineer

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    Yes, I don't expect it to be solved anytime soon. I expect it to be noted somewhere and not forgotten.
     
  6. I23I7 ME Tester

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    ;)
     
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