Waiting crafting electrotine block back into 9 electrotine crashes client

Discussion in 'FTB Beyond' started by DeathOfTime, Mar 13, 2017.

  1. DeathOfTime

    DeathOfTime New Member

    Summary of the problem crafting electrotine block back into 9 electrotine crashes client

    Pack Version 1.0.1

    What is the bug? changes: pack was launched from multimc.

    Block of Electrotine crashes the client when a attempt is made to craft it back into Electrotine in multiplayer. Attempted with crafting table on a stick, inventory crafting, and vanilla crafting table. Crashes the game in single player as well.

    attempted with just all the project red mods and their dependencies installed on the same version of forge the mod pack was using. still crashes. http://paste.feed-the-beast.com/view/598e9143

    Mod & Version:

    Link to log file http://paste.feed-the-beast.com/view/d481aa32

    Is it repeatable? yes

    Known Fix
  2. popps73

    popps73 Guest

    I can confirm i have had the same crash. Using the curse launcher.
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  3. tfox83

    tfox83 New Member

    Its been reported
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  4. BigAl607

    BigAl607 Guest

    Still happening
  5. Remludar

    Remludar Guest

    Still Happening.
  6. Gear1989

    Gear1989 Guest

    I can confirm that I'm still having this crash as well.
  7. tfox83

    tfox83 New Member

    I am still waiting for the fix, I even tried scripting around it but no success, the dev is aware of the issue, hopefully its fixed soon cc @covers1624
  8. GamerwithnoGame

    GamerwithnoGame Forum Addict

    As a workaround, does Storage Drawers allow non-crashing conversion between the two using compacting drawers? And if so, could the recipe just be removed? That's probably a dumb question given that you've already mentioned you've tried scripting around it, sorry :(
  9. Gear1989

    Gear1989 Guest

    No, the compacting drawer doesn't register the recipe, I've already tried that in an effort to work around it, but it didn't work.

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