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Slime Hutch Size
demolishing / relocating?
Broken Linkage Farm Buildings?
If you embed Carpenter's Shop#Farm Buildings the wiki will lead you to the bottom of the page Carpenter's Shop instead of the beginning of the chapter Farm Buildings. Do someone know how to fix that? Bringer (talk) 19:18, 14 April 2016 (EDT)
v1.3 Price Increase
The year 2 price increases for the Blacksmith are set in Utility::getBlacksmithStock(). Each item in Clint's shop is created with a version of the Object constructor that sets the sell price.
In contrast, the price increases at the Carpenter's Shop are set NOT in Utility::getCarpenterStock(), but in Object::salePrice(). (getCarpenterStock() calls a version of the Object constructor that doesn't set the sell price).
To further confuse things, Object::salePrice appears to set the sell price of both Clint's and Robin's stock, and includes new code to increase prices in both shops in year 2. Testing in-game shows the Blacksmith code in salePrice() is either not executed, or is overridden. margotbean (talk) 19:08, 27 May 2018 (BST)
Shipping Box (Beta)
In the beta, you can build a new shipping box on your farm. It's pre-fab, so Robin finishes instantly. Sorry I didn't get the exact price but I'll try to come back and add later. Farmer Fox (talk) 21:15, 3 June 2018 (BST)
Only is a tricky word. Its placement within a sentence can alter the meaning quite drastically.
At present, the community upgrade section states "Note that only the host player in a multiplayer game is able to purchase this upgrade.". Here, "only" refers to "the host player in a multiplayer game", which thus implies that the upgrade can be purchased in a multiplayer game but not in a single-player game.
I am in doubt about this being true. If single-player games allow the community upgrade, the article needs changing. I would rearrange the sentence to say "Note that in a multiplayer game, only the host player is able to purchase this upgrade." Now "only" applies simply to "the host player", which implies that the qualification is limited to multiplayer games. There is no real need for any limitation in a single-player game, so my guess is that that is the actual way the game works. Butterbur (talk) 23:27, 23 January 2019 (UTC)