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|ID||Project||Category||View Status||Date Submitted||Last Update|
|0001244||Industrial-Craft²||machines||public||2014-08-11 14:07||2014-08-15 03:58|
|Product Version||Builds for MC 1.7.10|
|Summary||0001244: Pattern Storage/Replicator extra 'm' in unit display|
|Description||The base unit for measuring uu-matter is mB for millibuckets, but when you look at items that have been scanned into pattern storage or you are cycling through them on a replicator, you see an extra 'm'.|
For example, scan an ender pearl and you will see that it is listed as taking 15.6 mB of uu-matter to make. This is false, it actually takes 15.6 BUCKETS to make (which is insane, but that is beyond the scope of this bug report).
Similarly, if you scan cobblestone, you see that it takes 10 umB to make. This is also incorrect and should simply be uB.
As a final example, if you scan a grass block, the pattern storage and replicator report that it takes 26.35 mmB to make, but the units should simply be mB.
|Steps To Reproduce||*Create a scanner, pattern storage, and replicator|
*Scan in any item
*Observe the extra 'm' in the unit display
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|2014-08-11 14:07||Stryfe||New Issue|
|2014-08-11 14:21||Thunderdark||Assigned To||=> Player|
|2014-08-11 14:21||Thunderdark||Status||new => assigned|
|2014-08-13 12:58||Player||Note Added: 0003145|
|2014-08-13 12:58||Player||Status||assigned => resolved|
|2014-08-13 12:58||Player||Resolution||open => fixed|
|2014-08-15 03:58||ubbx||Note Added: 0003160|