|Category||Farming Simulator 19|
|Matthew Pochylko (mpochylko)||20.11.2021 04:32|
|Hello, I am trying to add liquid fertilizer to a cultivator that has been edited to apply lime. Is it even possible (I've had no luck) and if so, how would one do it? I have limited skill editing mods and maps, and it's been a frustrating few hours. I've added the sprayarea, added liquid fertilizer, and even added extra nodes in the xml and id3. Still no luck. I can spread lime, but no liquid fert until i disconned the air cart with the lime, then I can apply liquid fert.
Any help would be appreciated.
|Bilbo Beutlin (BBeutlin)||20.11.2021 09:08|
|If the tool is reliant on an external supply trailer (air cart), this must certainly also be capable to load the required fillType.
|Matthew Pochylko (mpochylko)||20.11.2021 09:18|
|I agree, however, the aircart holds the lime and an anhydrous tank holds the liquid fertilizer. I can't get the cultivator to pull from both. Not sure how to do that exactly. I tried creating a work area for it using the same node base number. Had the lime at the front of the tool, plow function in the middle of the tool and fertilizer in the back of the tool and nothing. I think I might have to add an entire new node base for the liquid fertilizer, but I'm not sure how?
The fill type is lime liquid fertilizer fertilizer and anhydrous. Nothing works.
|Bilbo Beutlin (BBeutlin)||20.11.2021 15:05|
|See for comparison a default supply cart, eg. the Hatzenbichler TH1400.
It has the additional xml tag
<sprayer allowsSpraying="false" ...
You'll find also other examples by searching (in files) for "$l10n_function_additionalTank".
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