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Tinkers' Construct Smeltery Glitch


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Robalobby

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Hey there

 

My friend and I recently started an Agrarian Skies server and it's been going pretty well until we started having glitches with the smeltery from the Tinkers' Construct mod.

 

When we enter the inventory of the smeltery, all of our ores are completely invisible, as if not being contained in the smeltery at all, but the ores are pourable into casting basins, tool casts, etc. 

 

This is the second time this has happened, and the first time we tried breaking the controller and ended up losing hundreds of ores.

 

Is this just a glitch? If so is there a way to fix it? I wasn't able to locate anything about it on the Tinkers' Construct forums.

 

Thanks



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So they're invisible both in the control interface and in the smeltery itself?


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ended up losing hundreds of ores.

It could be because you have hundreds of ores in your smeltery. It's not particularly designed for storage of large quantities liquid metal; try clearing out the contents and see if that fixes things.





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