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Tile Roof Inner Corner placement bug

Discussion in 'Bug Reports' started by MisterRogersInc, Apr 27, 2018.

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  1. MisterRogersInc Trainee Engineer

    I've been having trouble with the left slopped wall and the roofs (particularly the inside corner roof) not snap! [​IMG]
  2. Dan2D3D Moderator

    Hi, your image was not showing.


  3. Empathos Trainee Engineer

    Corner roofs cannot be placed on a corner of roof where they should/used to be able to. It now only works when using log and plank wall slopes. It's not that I toggled compound building, and occurs with all roof types (tile/thatch/wood). I am using mods in the case of the log provided but it also occurs without mods in the world.

    Screenshot of where the roof blocks should be place-able but is not: [​IMG]

    MedievalEngineers log file:

    VRageRender-DirectX11 log file:
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  4. ExoGeniA Trainee Engineer

    Yep ! I have the same issue.
  5. Yurets Trainee Engineer

    As I found out, usually order of construction is important. So, in this case, try to put slope first and then roof. But yeah, some little "bugs" like this are quite annoying.
  6. CptTwinkie Master Engineer


    Multiple threads about this same bug have been merged. They were posted one after another which means someone didn't even check for a previous report before posting. Shame!


    Tile Roof Inner Corner has lower compound collisions than the other roof pieces. The Wall Slope, Right has compound collisions that stick out a little more than Wall Slope, Left. It looks like multiple inconsistencies adding up to a problem.
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