Latest version: 1.5.0 (2016-05-24) Steam Workshop Page User's Guide Taleden's Inventory Manager (TIM) is an in-game script which automates the management of your inventory, refineries and assemblers. It combines and expands on the functionality of the Automated Inventory Sorting mod and the Crafting Components Quotas and Refinery Manager scripts, offering all of their basic features and more: Sort items into containers with priorities and target quantities, just like AIS, but as an in-game script instead of a separate mod, and also with proportional allocation: if there aren't enough Uranium ingots (for example) to meet every reactor's target, they'll each get the same percentage of their target, instead of allowing one to take more than its share and starve the others. Keep all refineries working, just like RM, but also with smart prioritization: the ore whose ingot is most under-quota will always be refined first, possibly by several refineries, to ensure you're never starved for one material while all your refineries are blindly refining something else. Meet component quotas by automatically switching dedicated assemblers on and off, just like CCQ, but also with flexible, adaptive quotas: in addition to the flat minimum quantity, each item also has a target percentage of all items of that type, so as you amass more total items, the effective quotas will all go up accordingly without you having to update them yourself all the time. Plus, all of your blocks' item sorting requests (such as reactors wanting uranium, weapons wanting ammo, etc) count as implicit quotas, so if you build more reactors and set their fuel allocations, that will automatically cause your refineries to prioritize uranium as needed to keep all your reactors fueled. Display summaries of your inventory on text panels, just like AIS and many LCD scripts, but also with knowledge of all the other comonents of the unified system: progress bars are based on the item's "effective quota" which is the highest of its flat, percentage and implicit quotas, and there's a column to show how many refineries or assemblers are currently assigned to producing that item (as applicable). Configure everything with tags in block names, but also with greater convenience and compatibility: you can use abbreviations for any item type (as long as they're un-ambiguous), you can have TIM re-write your tags in standard format to help make clear which rules have been understood correctly and which need to be corrected, and you can set a unique prefix to distinguish the tags TIM should parse, to avoid conflicting with any other mods that also require tags in block names. The script is published on the Steam Workshop, and a complete User's Guide is also available. Comments, questions, suggestions and bug reports are welcome!