Backpack

34 - Backpack Stacking Order

Hello again! I'd like to report a little stacking order problem. It's not really a bug, just something that should be a different way for space, convenience, and organization reasons, plus it just makes sense.

Currently, this is how Backpack stacking works:

With 2+ inventory slots available:
- Starts stack in inventory when there is already a stack started in Backpack.

With 1 inventory slot available:
- Starts stack in Backpack when there is already a stack started in inventory

To simply fix this problem, here's how the stacking priority should be:

With 2+ inventory slots available:
1) Try to stack in inventory
2) Try to stack in backpack
3) Start new stack in inventory

WIth 1 inventory slot available:
1) Try to stack in inventory (without filling up that last inventory slot)
2) Try to stack in backpack
3) Start new stack in backpack
4) Start new stack in inventory (when backpack gets filled)

I'm not too familiar with coding, but it seems like this would be a simple fix that would only require a few lines of code. Hope you can agree and make this change! Thanks!

PS: I really hope the problem on my other ticket can be fixed soon. I feel like it ruins the point of setting prices when players can basically skip tiers without getting charged. Thanks! http://dev.bukkit.org/bukkit-mods/backpack/tickets/33-backpack-upgrading-still-needs-fix-skipping-sizes/

User When Change
Chaznuts Jun 10, 2013 at 09:44 UTC Changed description:
  [b]With 2+ inventory slots available:[/b]
   - Starts stack in inventory when there is already a stack started in Backpack.

- [b]With 1 inventory slots available:[/b]
+ [b]With 1 inventory slot available:[/b]
- - Starts stack in Backpack when there is already a start started in inventory
+ - Starts stack in Backpack when there is already a stack started in inventory
  To simply fix this problem, here's how the stacking priority should be:
Chaznuts Jun 10, 2013 at 09:42 UTC Create

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Last updated
Jun 10, 2013
Reported
Jun 10, 2013
Status
New - Issue has not had initial review yet.
Type
Defect - A shortcoming, fault, or imperfection
Priority
Medium - Normal priority.
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