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  1. Can anyone help me? Is this two setups have ~equivalent power output for helvehammers: a) Two windmill rotors, connected directly to one big gear, and helvehammer one-side connected to this mechanism; or b) Two windmill rotors, connected to different sides of helvehammer. (Yes, i remember about power loss on each axle/gear, but\ in both setups, it is not so significant compared to main power source).
  2. Hello, This one is strange. I'm experiencing fairly regularly, but not 100% repeatable hard crash to desktop on my Win 10, i7-2900K, AMD Radeon 6970 system running VS 1.14.8 client with a few mods against community server (Mischief of Mice). There is no update to the client-crash.txt file. There is no windows error dialog. It just stalls for a few seconds, I get the windows "spinning circle", then bang, hard crash to desktop. I'm not sure if other players see a crash message on the server, but I think they do---something like player Astrobirder left the server due to client crash
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