I thought I replied to this one but it appears that I didn’t.
There’s quite a lot of screenshots, but it does look like one of them has a caption that says the LMB was held down. You need to hold down the RMB instead.
It doesn’t seem to be there now when I last checked. But in any case, the issue is likely to occur elsewhere as you said.
There’s definitely something odd going on. After several attempts, I did manage to get the situation to occur, so a bug has been added to the database.
Good to hear that it’s working better. By instability message, you mean the red text at the top of the screen? It’s still a little concern if you’re getting the message, but as long as the game is running okay then you should be fine.
These were reported earlier in this topic.
Do you have example of what portals they are? In what way are you getting stuck?
Are you able to get a screenshot of this?
Was it a particular portal or any of the portals in that area?
Presumably the option was greyed out and said that there was no space in the inventory when this happened?
In what way did it not work?
By work station did you mean specific machine types? Did the game freeze and eventually crash? Or was it just frozen? If it’s the former, did you have the option to submit crash dumps?
Do you know if they had submitted crash dumps?
What’s the location of the request basket where this was happening?
Do you have more information on how the item was duplicated?
What are the coordinates of the location where this was occurring?
This may occasionally happen due to latency.
Seems to be working fine for work. The game does state that the associated plots must be removed before the Beacon Control can be removed, unless you had a specific situation where it didn’t work.
It’s been reported a few times in this topic.
Thanks for the report, a bug has been logged.
We received the crash dumps and are looking at the problem. In the meanwhile, could you go into your Steam -> userdata folder and check how big your data.mdb is? You may come across a few folders, so you’ll probably have to check which is the most recent date modified folder, but the file should be under a pathname like local -> chunkcache -> data.mdb.
This might have something to do with the Foliage Quality graphical settings. Can you check what yours is set to and does increasing it make a difference?