|Category||Farming Simulator 17|
|Thomas Barber (TB9Durkee)||06.12.2018 20:23|
|I'm planning a modified Goldcrest Valley map, but when I create a mod from the map in Giants Editor 7.1 - with no other changes to map - it's not possible in a game on new map to sell loose silage in the farm barn.
Steps : Open Giants Editor / New mod from game / Sample Mod Map 1 / Publish mod / New Career savegame on mod map
|Bilbo Beutlin (BBeutlin)||06.12.2018 20:45|
|Until the final script docs aren't published, I can only advise to use the same method as in the standard maps: use placeable sell stations, create custom xml files for these.
|Thomas Barber (TB9Durkee)||06.12.2018 20:52|
|Yes, that would be a solution (I have used and investigated sell point mods), but I don't understand why every other built-in crop sale copies over from base map, except this one. Thanks for your input, though. --Tom
|William Rowe (Bonger76)||07.12.2018 04:09|
|If this is for FS17 just add silage to the "WINDROW_STORAGE" the barn in your map01.xml
<tipTrigger index="WINDROW_STORAGE" stationName="station_barn" appearsOnPDA="true" isAreaTrigger="true" isSellingPoint="true" triggerWidth="6" >
<fillType name="grass_windrow" priceScale="3.25" supportsGreatDemand="false" disablePriceDrop="true" />
<fillType name="dryGrass_windrow" priceScale="3.75" supportsGreatDemand="false" disablePriceDrop="true" />
<fillType name="straw" priceScale="2.75" supportsGreatDemand="false" disablePriceDrop="true" />
<fillType name="silage" priceScale="1" supportsGreatDemand="false" disablePriceDrop="true" />
you can add anything that is in the map that you whant to sell here,you can added them to your storage to in the map01.xml like straw pigFood
|Bilbo Beutlin (BBeutlin)||07.12.2018 04:39|
|OMG .. I didn't notice "FS17". Forget what I've written. *g* I was mental in FS19.
Take William's recommendation, it's right.
|Thomas Barber (TB9Durkee)||07.12.2018 15:21|
|Thanks, that solved it! (I copied the appropriate line from the base map01.xml, pasted it into my mod version, worked a treat!) I appreciate the help, teaching me something new - happy farming ;) -- Tom
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