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My Time at Portia enters Early Access on Jan 23rd 2018!

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 91 
 on: March 16, 2018, 02:30:46 PM 
Started by Jabbernaut - Last post by Jabbernaut
The recipe for the Colorful Hat disappears from the Worktable when you upgrade it to LV2, and there some commissions that become impossible to complete as a result. I have not unlocked LV3 yet to know if it is restored by that upgrade or not.

A bunch of players have reported the same problem on the wiki page comments for this item: http://mytimeatportia.wikia.com/wiki/Colorful_Hat

 92 
 on: March 16, 2018, 08:50:20 AM 
Started by RheeSykler - Last post by Pgrs39
Hi, thanks for reporting this bug. Will inform the devs with this.

 93 
 on: March 16, 2018, 08:47:13 AM 
Started by Omidawn - Last post by Pgrs39
Moved issue to bug tracker.  Problem is with corrupted auto save for everyone on that particular server (Official Survival_Ad2_Skill).  No character progress is saved.  Server needs to be reset or specifically fix the auto save function.


[EDIT: this seems to be fixed with the server reset.]

Thanks for reporting. Will inform the devs with this issue.

 94 
 on: March 16, 2018, 07:52:22 AM 
Started by Krahazik - Last post by Pgrs39
Would be nice if we could set names to each of the 3 storage containers in the colony to better identify them.

I would also like to see more storage container options for the colony with the ability to filter what types of items get deposited in the containers.
For example;
  • A medical cabinate or locker where only medical supplies are stored.
  • A food pantry or freezer where only food items and ingreadients are stored.
  • Other types of general storage lockers or chests with filter options where they can be set to stor anything or be set ot only accept certain items.
    • General Storage Chest
    • General Storage Drum
    • General Storage Wall Locker
    • General Storgae Cabinate

Perhaps a storage coponent for the creation system so players could design thier own types of storage containers for the colony.

The ability for the colony machines to pull resources from colony storage to complete tasks such as building items, repairing, or enhancing items.

Thanks for the suggestions, will pass them to the devs.

 95 
 on: March 16, 2018, 07:43:33 AM 
Started by Fernandoariel10 - Last post by Pgrs39
Estoy traduciendo el juego al español y tengo un problema. En español para decir lo mismo que en ingles solemos usar más palabras por lo que el texto traducido es más largo y a veces no entra en el lugar donde se mostrará y para probarlo en el mismo juego el texto en ingles del replicador "High Capacity Laser Rifle Handle" aparece solo como "High Capacity Laser Rifle Hand" porque es muy largo. No me imagino si quisieran traducirlo al Quechua. Que es más largo aún. Podrían hacer algo como achicar el texto cuando pasa eso?

I'm translating the game into Spanish and I have a problem. In Spanish to say the same thing as in English we usually use more words, so the translated text is longer and sometimes it does not go where it will be shown and to test it in the same game the English text of the replicator "High Capacity Laser Rifle Handle "appears only as" High Capacity Laser Rifle Hand "because it is very long. I can not imagine if they wanted to translate it into Quechua. Which is even longer. Could they do something like shrink the text when that happens?
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Thanks for doing that.

I guess as long as the text are comprehensive, the decision is yours. Keep it up!

 96 
 on: March 15, 2018, 11:36:53 PM 
Started by Klistimann - Last post by Omidawn
The hostile panbats have a pretty long range, and they do see you when you talk to Dawa.  I think they need to be NOT hostile and activate only when the conversation ends.  I wouldn't want to nerf the panbats, just don't make them active until after the dialog, or make the character immune to damage until the conversation ends.  I was fortunate that I had good clothing and good health when I did the dialog.

 97 
 on: March 15, 2018, 05:03:48 AM 
Started by Klistimann - Last post by Alosromax
I am currently studying about this issue. Thank you for this great story.

 98 
 on: March 15, 2018, 05:02:43 AM 
Started by Cake - Last post by Alosromax
I am currently studying about this issue. Thank you for this great story.

 99 
 on: March 15, 2018, 01:03:20 AM 
Started by RheeSykler - Last post by RheeSykler
How come this bug has not been rectified yet ??? Have tried everything I could think of to get this Calling Home Quest completed , but cannot seem to get the Com Array build , it keeps saying that I have used " 0 " Aluminum and Steel , even though I have used as much as Double that , have tried building really close to the Power Plant and further away , nothing seems to work . HELP ME PLEASE . Also it seems that this game has made great advances in a lot of areas but so many flaws / bugs all the way back to the Beta version are totally ignored , which is the reason I quit playing this game more times than I can recount ??

 100 
 on: March 14, 2018, 05:37:21 AM 
Started by ushiwakamaru - Last post by ushiwakamaru
Since this is a game about workshops and crafting, maybe you could include a few more costumes of skilled trades (such as carpenters) from all over the world. For now, I would like to suggest the addition of a ew type of work clothes - I might post more suggestions later.

1) Tobipants, from Japan.

These pants were traditionally worn by scaffold constructors, but are quite popular among constructor workers and many other manual laborers working in construction nowadays. Due to their unique style, they have become somewhat of a niche fashion icon, and there is a huge variety of different styles to choose from.

The pants usually come as part of a uniform, with a matching jacket in the same style. The more fashionable ones can come with all kinds of patterns and adornments. I tried to find some examples of female wearers, but as there are not that many women in the skilled trades in Japan, that was a bit difficult. They do exist, however!

Shoes are either regular steel-capped work boots, or split-toe tabi boots (with individual steel toe caps) for better traction on scaffolding and rooftops.

Men:













And here are a few shots for the women:









Appendix - Resources

Here is a selection of makers and further images and resources for this particular style:


I uploaded all pictures in a single Imgur gallery here: https://imgur.com/a/hjs9i

Related search terms:

- 鳶パンツ
- ニッカズボン
- tobi trousers
- japanese construction worker fashion

P.S.: You really, really don't want people to sign up to this forum, do you? A CAPTCHA, a math question, a letter question and two fact questions, really? Not that I am angry, it's just a bit over the top.

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