i am currently playing a GT6 survival world and wanted to use Steves Carts as a Treefarm but the GT6 fast leaf decay is too fast for the carts. If i put the FastLeafDecay line in the main cfg to false they still disappear at the speed like they did before am i missing something or is this a bug? Tried it on my current world and a new one. Also tried it on a fresh instance in multimc with nothing but Forge 1614, FastCraft and GT6 but alas it was still the same…
Vanilla Leaves are disappearing at the pace that they should.
I am using version 6.15.10 which should be the latest one.
Hopefully its a bug and not a feature i don’t wanna trigger anyone with my stupidity
I also have attached my main cfg file
PS greg you troll i almost got a heart attack reading some item names today gregtech.cfg (2.7 KB)
Well steves carts is a little dumb in that regard it chops the tree upwards meaning first goes the logs and then the leaves which is a problem since GT6’s fast leaf decay is so fast it doesn’t allow the cart to shear the leaves and lets a bunch of saplings go to waste meaning the cart doesn’t get enough to “Restock” and it runs out of saplings eventually.
It’s kind of a pity that the fast leaf decay option only affects vanilla, i mean don’t get me wrong fast leaf decay is awesome and works great in GT6 just in this particular situation it’s really annoying. Well i guess im going to have to get a mod with a vaccuum hopper or something so that i can get all the “leftovers” back…
Thx anyways and to avoid bumping i’ll mark your answer as the solution.
Maybe consider adding a line to the config where it says only affects vanilla trees?
Nah with shearing I meant that as in normal breaking of the leaves, I just expressed myself a little unfortunate.
I don’t know why Steve’s carts does that so poorly but the dev stopped in 2014 and since then never got an update on 1.7 so it’s unlikely anything will be done to fix that I guess it affects other mods too but I haven’t tested that I only tested it with coconut trees the one I intend to farm…