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Fruit production issue

Postby SneakyRat » 11.04.2014, 13:27

Hey all.

I've got a bit of a problem with my fruit production. The factories don't seem to be working correctly. At the moment I have a productivity of 135%, but each factory is only producing 1 ton of fruit roughly every 40 seconds. I'm using the latest version of Anno 2070/Deep ocean and the latest version of Anno 2170(a). I've also tried reinstalling the mod a few times to see if that would fix it.

Anyone else come across this problem or know of any solution for it?

Thanks, SneakyRat. :kneel:
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Re: Fruit production issue

Postby FadeToBlack » 11.04.2014, 17:12

Should be working as intended as increased productivity on plantations only decreases the production time period. If a fruit plantation runs at 100% it produces a ton of fruit exactly every 96 seconds. The higher its productivity is, the faster it will produce a ton of fruit. But it will always produce 1 ton (except for tea or liquor which you can increase by using production increasing items)

I had the same issues some while ago because I ran farmhouses at about 200% and I thought that it should give 2 tons per period :) but it simply reduces the time between production ticks
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Re: Fruit production issue

Postby Minimus1990 » 11.04.2014, 22:38

and only the Boost Items increasing the number of tonnes.
(for example 4-25% --> 100% Normal + 100% Bost =200% --> 2T per time period)
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Re: Fruit production issue

Postby SneakyRat » 12.04.2014, 10:02

That has cleared up alot of the confusion I had about the production rates and it does make sense.

Thanks very much for the replies.
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