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Issue Data
Status: Closed
Issue Type: Bug Report
Project: Unofficial Fallout 4 Patch
Component: Fallout 4: Vanilla
Category: Placed References
Assigned To: Sclerocephalus
Platform: All
Severity: Very Low
Votes: 0
Watching: N/A
Opened By BlackPete on Sep 6, 2018 12:28 am
Last Edited By Sclerocephalus on Sep 13, 2018 10:22 am
Closed By Sclerocephalus on Sep 16, 2018 1:59 pm
Resolution: Fixed
Comment: Fixed for UFO4P 2.0.5

Issue #25109: 00202E6B - Clutter pile at Boston Airport withstands attempts at scrapping it

A clutter pile (00202E6B) at the Boston Airport has some kind of an incorrect enable setting, because it should not be appearing (floating in the air) prior to a certain point in the BoS quest when the counter it's placed on and several other nearby objects are enabled (CK screenshot).

I'm unsure how to fix this since enable parents aren't used here. It appears to be linked refs that are somehow tied in with the workshop script somehow.

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1 comment(s) [Closed]
Sclerocephalus said:
Those links are for scrapping. The counter is scrappable, but if you scrap it, the terminal and the clutter would be left floating in mid air because they're static objects with no havok. To avoid such situations, you have to link objects that are supposed to disappear with the scrappable object to the latter with a special keyword.

For this to work however, all objects must have a scrap recipe, and the clutter doesn't have one. Now if you scrap the desk, only the terminal disappears along with it and the clutter will stay behind (although it is properly linked to the desk).

To fix this, I would have to make a generic scrap recipe for the desk clutter, but this would make all those objects in the game scrappable - and that's certainly not something we want to do. Alternatively, one could possibly make a distinct recipe for that specific object combination, but that would make the effort/benefit ratio grow to an insanely high value.

Probably best therefore to just move the clutter out of the way.

Comment #1 Sep 9, 2018 9:05 am  Edited by Sclerocephalus on Sep 9, 2018 8:27 pm
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