CURRENTLY not reproducible CV parts now only 1x1x1

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  1. xReaper85x

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    For more information see here Bug Report Template

    Build: 1.10.8 4262
    Mode: All

    SERVER NAME:NA
    SEED-ID: NA

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    MODIFIED PLAYFIELDS: None

    Reproducibility: Constant
    Severity: Broken Mechanic

    Type: error in code

    Summary: certain CV parts, in this case the armored and automatic doors, are all listed as 1 single block in size while SV parts are 3x3x1. Other affects parts are cockpits, passenger seats.

    Description: cannot build a capital ships with Doors or a cockpit

    Steps to Reproduce:
    1) try to place door on a new CV
    2) try to place a cockpit on a new CV
    3) try to place a Passenger seat on a new CV

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  2. ravien_ff

    ravien_ff Rear Admiral

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    The CV cockpit and most of the doors are 1 block in size. Block size is measured by the structure type, so a CV block is 2x2x2 meters in size while SV blocks are 0.5x0.5x0.5 in size.
    A CV door that was 3 blocks in size would be massive!
     
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  3. xReaper85x

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    So it's normal that a player cannot fit through the doors?
     
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  4. Taelyn

    Taelyn Administrator Staff Member Community Manager

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    Can't reproduce
    You can fit fine through the door on a CV

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  5. ravien_ff

    ravien_ff Rear Admiral

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    No, that's not normal. But if you're placing CV doors on a CV or SV doors on a SV you can fit through them just fine assuming you're walking through them straight and aren't putting them in upside down or under the influence of a misaligned gravity generator.
     
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