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FS19: Global Company Placeable Wood Chipper V1.1
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Become a modern farmer! Grow crops, raise cattle and expand your farm. Install this Global Company Placeable Wood Chipper V1.1 Mod for FS 19 and make your farm more successfull then ever.
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Model: Giants (Ravenport)Script: Mannie313 (ls-modcompany)Idea / Concept: Xanika

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Make your Farming Smulator gameplay more intresting and diversed with this Global Company Placeable Wood Chipper V1.1. Grow crops, raise cattle and expand your farm.

Mod inspired from “LWG Europa Sägewerke” made by Mannie313 in ls-modcompany
Version 1.1
– fix some audio and add more lights.
– 1.0 may have some translations issues on the download outside of modhoster, hopefully it will be solved
I removed the pallet outputs and used a Ravenport wood chipper model
The chipper uses 2% petrol, but the global company script has a 10% limit.
To fix this limit, update FS19_GlobalCompanyobjectsGC_ProductionFactory.lua
Line 786: productLine.inputsPercent[inputId] = math.min(math.max(inputPercent, 0.1), 1) change 0.1 to 0.01
(will be fixed on next update)
Some people have translations problems, I am sorry I don’t know what is the issue. I tested French, English and German and all is fine on my PC. If some people know what the issue is please let me know and I will update it.

How to install this mod: download and transfer the archive with Global Company Placeable Wood Chipper V1.1 mod to the folder MyDocuments/MyGames/FarmingSimulator2019/mods

It is important to remember that mods work only in ZIP archives. If the downloaded archive is in a different format (for example, RAR) – then inside it is likely one or more ZIP-archives that need to be extracted (as a rule, this applies to map mods and mod packs).

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