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Were Gopher
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Withdrawing ores from a bank, then exiting the interface to deposit them into the Ore Box is tedious. Can we streamline the process? Allow us to deposit ores into our boxes from the bank

13-Jun-2019 17:52:31

Kings Abbot

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Why would you ever deposit your ores in your normal bank? Put them in your ore bank and cherish the new spaces available in your normal bank. One of the following doors might have a towel behind it: [gate 6] - [wall 9] - [fence 37]

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13-Jun-2019 21:10:56

Adarajin
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If the ore ends up in your inventory, it will end up in your bank if that's where you are depositing it rather than in your ore bank - I find it perfectly reasonable to have a way to send directly from your regular bank to your ore bank, allowing you to enjoy that extra bank space being freed up.

+1 from me.
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13-Jun-2019 23:15:05

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Adarajin said:
If the ore ends up in your inventory, it will end up in your bank if that's where you are depositing it rather than in your ore bank - I find it perfectly reasonable to have a way to send directly from your regular bank to your ore bank, allowing you to enjoy that extra bank space being freed up.

+1 from me.


I like your suggestion, but it's not what the OP is proposing (as far as I understand). OP wants to put ores from normal bank to his ore box, not his ore bank.
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14-Jun-2019 18:46:02

Draco Burnz
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Kings Abbot said:
Why would you ever deposit your ores in your normal bank? Put them in your ore bank and cherish the new spaces available in your normal bank.


I do that so i can always have them ready to be sold w/o having to travel back and forth to ge.
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15-Jun-2019 04:23:07 - Last edited on 15-Jun-2019 04:23:30 by Draco Burnz

Kings Abbot

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Draco Burnz said:
Kings Abbot said:
Why would you ever deposit your ores in your normal bank? Put them in your ore bank and cherish the new spaces available in your normal bank.


I do that so i can always have them ready to be sold w/o having to travel back and forth to ge.


I see.
Having the ore bank available from the normal bank would also solve this and free up space, and its easier than filling the ore box from the bank to carry some around.
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15-Jun-2019 11:08:26

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UrekMazino said:
Why do you need to deposit ores into your ore boxes from the bank?? You can just note the ores...


Now that you mention it, this is the most elegant and simple solution. Don't know why I didn't think of that.
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15-Jun-2019 18:48:55

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