reenigne: Interesting... I'll take a look and see what's going on.
The details about how I reproduced/repeated the bug are back on page 227 post 4537. "page__st__4520#entry23714287"
Also I did some further testing using the same setup as I detailed in my prior post.
I found that if I start with a smeltery filled with (molten) copper and add tin oreberries, I can't empty the smeltery fast enough to prevent bronze from accumulating, and eventually I run into the problem I already mentioned.
However if I start with a smeltery filled with tin, and I add copper I can empty the smeltery fast enough that bronze never accumulates (often I have to pause casting operations to accumulate enough bronze to cast), and I never run into the issue.
I continue to test this issue, so if I find anything else that could be of use I'll post it here.
I will note that I only tested this with copper/tin bronze, and have not tested other alloys.
Darthrafael: Not just zombies, there will be things going after all blocks. ^^;;
ashly138: Barricades need logs, not planks.
Edit: Or I could have borked a recipe...
Yay, now I can make my minecraft even harder! But it is near impossible for me to survive a first night on a new map on easy, but I don't care.
Also, I have the same problem ashly has, so I use Custom NPCs to make a different recipe, which is basically the same recipe as a crafting table, but than with oak, and it gives 2 barricades. So that is an option.
I don't like whining about little things but can you remove some of the glowing effect on Silky items? I literally can't hold them because of the FPS drop. I know it's selfish to ask things just for myself but 6 FPS is a bit too low