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|0011196||Dwarf Fortress||Dwarf Mode -- Items||public||2019-12-21 07:03||2019-12-21 07:30|
|Platform||OS||Windows Pro||OS Version||10|
|Target Version||Fixed in Version|
|Summary||0011196: Bookcases are weightless|
|Description||Built some bookcases out of lead since I had a lot of it. Expected to see my dwarves slowly lugging the thing into place but instead they moved completely unhindered. This implys that bookcases have negligible weight regardless of material.|
|Steps To Reproduce||1) Build bookcase out of very heavy material|
2) place bookcase
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According to tool raws they are smaller than cauldron's which are 4000 so the OP is correct that this is literally impossible. A ladel is 100 in size, equating ten ladels to one bookcase wheras cauldrons are four times that and adequately super-heavy. (anecdotally from having cauldrons in modding)
Toady's own provided example instrument furniture the [ITEM_TOOL:EXAMPLE DRUM BODY] thokit drum has a size of [SIZE:19550] equating the rough example generation of what to expect from a full sized furniture piece.
Assuming this is a typo and the container capcity and size was reversed by accident co-inciding with the issue report's claim, codice tools only have sizes between 100-200 so the capacity of a bookcase would be 5-10 per furniture piece.
Remaining like that, it'd significantly increase the amount of bookcases that world gen maps and player fortresses would need to require.
|2019-12-21 07:03||0Uncertainty1||New Issue|
|2019-12-21 07:19||FantasticDorf||Note Added: 0039636|
|2019-12-21 07:30||FantasticDorf||Note Added: 0039637|
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