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Hello, recently got into PZ and I'm hooked like nobodys business! Not played a zombie/post-apoclaypse game as engaging as this since CDDA! I've been playing for a few days and I think a few changes to item categories would help in terms of quickly finding items, but more than that, quickly offloading and moving items into containers. First Aid/Drugs (or Medicine) First aid would cover bandages, sutures, antiseptics and other directly applicable wound treatment. Drugs (or medicine) would be things like antibiotics, antidepressants, painkillers a
Hello Devs and Community! I'd like to request you to add / discuss these features: "Take All" "Transfer All" Hotkey Binding It is already possible to batch transfer items between storages and inventory. Kudos for that, devs. But the implementation of this feature is very cumbersome. In my case it's very tiring for the wrist to aim for the buttons often. It's also mentally uncomfortable. It somehow "mentally feels" very wrong. Instead, I would prefer to press a key to "take all" or "transfer all" to empty or fill the selected inventory. It should also easily be able to i
This is simultaneously a straightforwards yet somewhat complex suggestion; The ability to have re-usable items (any tool required to perform a contextual action eg. medical, carpentry, mechanics) returned automatically its container after use. For example, I keep a tin opener stored alongside all my canned foods - but I'll often open a tin, eat the food and forget to place the can opener back into the container. As another example, medkits are currently very inconvenient to use for this same reason, especially considering you have to drop it to put stuff back in (If I'm not mistaken)
It's probably already been suggested, but is it possible to have equipped clothes showing up in an expanded menu? Either that or as it's own 'bag slot'? I personally find that it's quite hard to navigate my inventory when I'm wearing every single bit of clothing I can find. I understand not everyone is as clumsy with inventory management as me, but I feel it would help massively. xXx