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Wall deco sinks into "entry" wall of 1x1 room

Discussion in 'Player Made Dungeons' started by Elwyn, Nov 29, 2018.

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    11/29/2018 18:45
    Title: Wall deco sinks into "entry" wall of 1x1 room
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    Details: Attempting to place wall deco (paintings, wall torches) in the 1x1 room has the deco sink into the wall with the entrance.
    Steps to Reproduce: Stand in middle of 1x1 room, face entrance, attempt to place wall deco on the wall in front of you. NOTE: this is apparently an interaction between a T room door and the 1x1 room. There was similar behavior on the other side of the door which followed the door when the 1x1 room was moved to the other side of the T. I moved the 1x1 room to a completely different room with a wall that wouldn't even accept deco, and the 1x1 room wall behaved the same way.
    User Specs:
    OS: Windows 7 (6.1.0) 64bit
    CPU: Intel(R) Core(TM) i5-2400 CPU @ 3.10GHz (4) System RAM: 24533
    GPU: NVIDIA GeForce GTX 1050 Ti GPU RAM: 4008
    Area: PlayerDungeon_GreyStone
    Area Display Name: Player Dungeon
    Loc: (24.0, -10.0, -64.8)
    Debug: UGxheWVyRHVuZ2Vvbl9HcmV5U3RvbmV8fCgyNCwgLTkuOTg5LCAtNjQuODQyKXwoMCwgLTAuOTc2LCAwLCAtMC4yMTgpfC0xNzEuNzI2M3wzOC41NDgyM3wxLjk4NjY1NQ==
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