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Spatial IO Entities Not Returning #3484

ghost opened this issue May 7, 2018 · 4 comments

Spatial IO Entities Not Returning #3484

ghost opened this issue May 7, 2018 · 4 comments


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@ghost ghost commented May 7, 2018

When a Spatial IO Port absorbs entities in version rv5-stable-10, they do not return to the material realm when you load the stored space back in.


Essentially, I performed tests with a variety of entities and objects, and this is my discovery:
Chests and their contents are saved.
Of course, without editing the config, modded blocks are ignored by the Spatial Storage Unit.
However, any entities, be it mobs, paintings, item frames, dropped items, and even Players do what I like to refer to as "Exiting Existence". They vanish immediately and permanently, never to return.

  • Minecraft Version: Minecraft 1.12.2
  • AE2 Version: AppliedEnergistics2-rv5-stable-10
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@bkbarbee bkbarbee commented May 8, 2018

Can confirm as still an issue with rv5-stable-11.

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@fscan fscan commented Jun 15, 2018

Please post a full log file or a crash log (F3-c).

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@fscan fscan commented Jun 26, 2018

Ok, i'm also getting this now. This is strange, i definitely tested with entities.
I get a lot of error messages from journemap, maybe TeamJM/journeymap#57 disrupts the transfer.
I'll investigate this.

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@mindforger mindforger commented Jun 27, 2018

there seems to be an issue with journeymap when using the server side version, it seems to be built from an newer forge version, using it with another forge version may trigger this issue, if you don't strongly need the server side of journeymap you can try disabling until it gets updated


at least that is what i understand from those issues

@fscan fscan closed this in #3569 Jun 28, 2018
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Fixes #3484
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