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  • hundreAd1800
    Original poster 215 posts

    there need to be a way to have the production continue (i.e., if product is maxed, implement a further check to not stop until the extra products are maxed), preferably optional per-building and even per-extra-products if the later can be fit into the gui

    for example, i do not have any ethanol production, at all
    and so, if any of my drinks producers stop working since the island's storage is full... no more ethanol... bye typewriters, billiard tables, violins, toys...
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    a very awkward workaround is to have a ship discard the product to a nearby island as a way of forcing the building to keep producing, but this:

    • ties a ship
    • requires manually setting minimum stop (if the island needs that product)
    • if production grows over time the ship limit may become insufficient to keep up with production.


    get any of the above wrong and it's a disaster... and there is no way to separate this extra production in the supply statistics

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  • hundreAd1800
    Original poster 215 posts

    ... and of course if you forget which island you dumped everything to and try to ship it from the producing island instead -- it's obviously not available there

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