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Mikel Monleón

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  1. Here's an update. I've ended up filling my basement with rooms, and now the temperature seems to lower rather than increase. Very bizarre, I do not understand this at all. I'm starting to think that maybe the game registered the area as a cave?
  2. I noticed that the countdown for them to flower/ripen gets reset when the temperature falls below 0 degrees. In that regards it can make or break a farm. I was having trouble growing my berries until I built a greenhouse over them. My base is very high up, so it gets very cold. The extra 5 degrees helped.
  3. New update caused all my berry bushes to un-align. Not sure if this is intentional, but it looks very strange. Also, removing them and placing them again doesn't fix this.
  4. I believe they do. The +5 degree status effect appears directly on the berry bush when in a greenhouse.
  5. I really appreciate the more realistic color palette. Minecraft is too saturated for my taste, feels like i'm in lego land. I'd keep the colors the way they are, though I do agree that the clouds could be improved on.
  6. This is very interesting. I don't think this is the case for my base, since I also freeze when I'm at sea level, 110. My base begins roughly at 170 blocks high, and reaches over 200 blocks. With no heat sources, no wetness, if I climb down the ladder to the outside, I start freezing to death, climb back up into the basement (again, not insulated), I start gaining temperature. Then if I go up the stairs to my main section of the house, I start freezing again. It's almost as if the basement, which is the furthest area away from the outside opening, is in fact shielded from the cold, despite
  7. I am sure. There is nothing in that large space that would cause heating. My base is 200 blocks high. It is freezing up there. I will start taking damage very quickly anywhere else in the house, I have to constantly light my firepits to stay alive. So it is very odd that the basement, which has no torches, sources of heat, and direct access to the outside, is warm...
  8. So I did some further testing. The wiki page doesn't seem to be accurate. In my house I have made a large open area, probably close to 50x10x50 blocks, with access to an open balcony 3 stories above. There are no doors, just a spiral staircase. For whatever reason the large open area is insulated, my temperature rises when I'm there. However, some of the smaller rooms above aren't, in fact I freeze pretty quickly. I've also noticed that the cellar isn't insulated either, my temperature drops there as well. Even though it follows the 7x7x7 parameters. No chiseled blocks, or anything. The foo
  9. Thanks for the help! I had tried removing the large gear and placing it back, with the clutch disengaged and everything. I tried a million different things, couldn't get it to work. Turns out, having the power feed into the large gear from the top middle section of the wheel was causing it not to work. I am not sure if this is part of the game mechanic or a bug. I ended up moving things around, and it worked out.
  10. So i'm guessing it's a bug? I have a large wooden gear that is splitting the power into different sections. The animation for the rotating axels is very fast. But as soon as I attempt to add another machine, it'll work briefly, working all the machines incredibly quickly, and then it just stops abruptly. I've tried removing and adding parts, but not sure what else to do to get it to work. At this point I can't even get a single machine to work...
  11. Very confused on how the windmill mechanics work. I've successfully made them before. This time around though, it seems like the windmill just stops if it's causing a machine to move too fast. Is this normal? Is there a way to slow down windmills?
  12. Ah thank you. I'm glad to see that there are mechanics for it, though I am disappointed on how limited they are. My house is very dynamically shaped, with winding staircases and chiseled walls, and also much larger than 7x7. Do you know if there are plans to improve insulation?
  13. Does anyone know or understand how insulation works in this game? If I build a house and cover it with windows and doors, will I be warmer inside of the house, or does it not matter?
  14. Is there a way to undo the /weather setprecip? I set it to -1 and it completely stopped the rainfall. I was hoping for less rain, but now I don't have any rain at all.
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