Another Adv. Industrial plot question(s)

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  1. pyratelv

    pyratelv Active Member

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    In the Settlement Im working on Im using the Adv Industrial plots for Watershed and Scrapyard.
    As you can see they have moved up in one branch.
    My Questions are
    1- is the choice of Branch random or is there a way to choose what Branch you want?
    2- can you "lock in" a specific Branch so it doesnt go another way?
    3- is there a command to change Branches to test the others out?
    4- In a SS City Plan is there a way to make sure it takes the chosen Branch @ Lvl3 (others might not fit the Plan)?
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  2. pra

    pra Well-Known Member Staff Member Verified Builder

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    1 and 2: you can set the branching stuff to manual upgrade only. In manual mode, you have to select what path it takes, and it won't upgrade unless you do so. Otherwise it would be random.
    I don't remember how exactly the option was called or where it was... It might be the default setting anyway.
     
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    mytigio Well-Known Member Staff Member Moderator Support Team Verified Builder

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    @pra is correct, manually selection is the default to manually upgrade Advanced Industrial. (actually the setting affects anything that uses the branching system, not just industrial, but the setting in the holotape I believe just reads "Advanced Plots" or something similar.

    You can pre-select branches that you have already discovered, but until you discover them this option is locked, so until then you'll to use the manual selection.

    Item 3: yes! I can't remember the command though. One option however is you can select a plot and then type setpv bIsUpgradeReady true and then you can immediately upgrade the plot. Then do so again to go to level 3. I prefer this method so that all of the scripts fire as expected and I don't have issues from skipping a part of the process.

    Item 4, no you can't do so (although you can use that pre-selection option I mentioned above if you've discovered the plots in question previously), this is a source of frustration for city plan builders but hasn't been high enough on the priority list to fix as I understand it.
     
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  4. pyratelv

    pyratelv Active Member

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    Thanks for the answers guys. Appreciated.
     
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