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0000475Dwarf FortressDwarf Mode -- Stockpilespublic2010-04-05 08:392011-03-09 04:10
Toady One 
lowtrivialhave not tried
XPS M1730 LaptopWindows Vista Home PremiumSP2
0000475: Custom Food -> Plants stockpile has invisible item, because "plump helmet man tissue" uses creature name instead of plant name
The plants list will lose focus and not scroll to the top of the list after the last entry of "Palm". If you scroll again, it will correctly go to the top of the list.

Ditto for scrolling from top of list to end of list.

Don't know if this is a just a display issue or may point to a larger problem.
[t] Custom Settings;
Select Food;
Select Plants;
Scroll down past Palm at end of list towards top of list or scroll up past Plump Helmet at top of list towards end of list.
I have not attempted to reproduce, as I'm still on the same fort (which always reproduces at this fort), but not sure if it might be hidden items not showing up due to problems with underground features/availability/etc.
plant, stockpile
has duplicate 0002129closed Footkerchief Plants sub-stockpile menu has "hidden" item at end of list 
has duplicate 0002324resolved Footkerchief Non-visible entry in Stockpile -> Food -> Plants 
child of 0000254resolved Toady One Food stockpiles accept trees/wood 
Issue History
2010-04-05 08:39DwarfuNew Issue
2010-04-05 08:43DwarfuNote Added: 0001081
2010-04-05 08:43DwarfuNote Edited: 0001081bug_revision_view_page.php?bugnote_id=0001081#r343
2010-04-05 08:43DwarfuTag Attached: stockpile
2010-04-05 08:43DwarfuTag Attached: plant
2010-04-05 10:52QloosNote Added: 0001116
2010-04-05 13:51DwarfuNote Added: 0001203
2010-06-02 01:18FootkerchiefRelationship addedhas duplicate 0002129
2010-06-02 01:19FootkerchiefSummaryCustom stockpile for Food->Plants loses focus at end of list => Custom stockpile for Food->Plants loses focus at end of list (due to hidden/invisible item?)
2010-06-14 07:05FootkerchiefRelationship addedhas duplicate 0002324
2010-07-13 08:44FootkerchiefRelationship addedrelated to 0000152
2010-07-13 08:45FootkerchiefRelationship deletedrelated to 0000152
2010-07-13 08:45FootkerchiefRelationship addedrelated to 0000157
2010-07-13 08:45FootkerchiefNote Added: 0010137
2010-07-13 08:45FootkerchiefTag Attached: AWAITING UPDATE
2010-07-13 19:04DwarfuNote Added: 0010189
2010-07-18 10:27FootkerchiefRelationship replacedchild of 0000157
2010-07-18 10:27FootkerchiefTag Detached: AWAITING UPDATE
2011-02-27 19:33QuietustNote Added: 0015555
2011-02-27 19:36FootkerchiefRelationship addedrelated to 0000254
2011-02-27 19:38FootkerchiefSummaryCustom stockpile for Food->Plants loses focus at end of list (due to hidden/invisible item?) => Custom Food -> Plants stockpile has invisible item, because "plump helmet man tissue" uses creature name instead of plant name
2011-02-27 20:03DwarfuRelationship replacedrelated to 0000157
2011-02-27 20:03DwarfuRelationship replacedchild of 0000254
2011-02-27 20:04DwarfuNote Added: 0015557
2011-02-27 20:05DwarfuRelationship deletedrelated to 0000157
2011-03-09 04:10Toady OneStatusnew => resolved
2011-03-09 04:10Toady OneFixed in Version => 0.31.22
2011-03-09 04:10Toady OneResolutionopen => fixed
2011-03-09 04:10Toady OneAssigned To => Toady One

2010-04-05 08:43   
I checked all other categories and subcategories for a custom stockpile; this is the only list that this happens to.

2010-04-05 10:52   
I thought this was intended behavior to denote the fact that you have reached the end of the list.
2010-04-05 13:51   
If it is, then this list is okay and all the other lists are bugged. Either way, this is a bug.
2010-07-13 08:45   
Does this still occur in 31.10?
2010-07-13 19:04   
Still happens.
2011-02-27 19:33   
The blank entry is actually for "plump helmet man tissue", which is derived from STRUCTURAL_PLANT_TEMPLATE (and thus makes this a subset of 0000254) - this section seemingly fetches the NAME of the parent PLANT object to display in the list, which fails in this case because the plump helmet man is a CREATURE.
2011-02-27 20:04   
I was just looking at plump helmet men a couple days ago and thought their edibility was odd, but didn't tie it to this report...good job.