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FS19: Variable Size Pallets V1.4
Become a modern farmer! Grow crops, raise cattle and expand your farm. Install this Variable Size Pallets V1.4 Mod for FS 19 and make your farm more successfull then ever.

Modell: Orginal LS 19Textur: Orginal LS 19Script: Orginal LS 19Idee / Konzept: CrawlerTester: Crawler and Friends

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Make your Farming Smulator gameplay more intresting and diversed with this Variable Size Pallets V1.4. Grow crops, raise cattle and expand your farm.

Since I was annoyed by it for the syringe 9 tanks with 1000 liters each and therefore had to press innumerable times on enter I worked all BigBags and tanks in configurable sizes.
Version 1.4
Log error removed (loading of .xml from my test phase)
Pig feed, chicken feed, horse feed, lime, seeds, liquid fertilizers, fertilizers and pesticides
each available in 1000 liters 2000 liters 4000 liters 8000 liters and 16000 liters
The filling speed would also be improved
Easy in the mods folder and done
In version 1.1, the display error at 2000 liters has been corrected
In version 1.2, the price of lime was adjusted (since the standard of lime 2000l has fill quantity, the price was twice as high)
In version 1.3, the price of fertilizer and crop protection has been adjusted (since the standard filling quantity was 2000, the price was twice as high)
In version 1.4 log errors have been fixed

How to install this mod: download and transfer the archive with Variable Size Pallets V1.4 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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