New command for the game

i have a idee before a new command : ig = instant grow.
i got this idee because i am frustrated because my crops doesn’t grow. so my food doesn’t rise.
:frowning: :frowning:

How is it that your crops don’t grow?

Depending on the crop type, they take more or less days to grow. Which ones aren’t growing for you?
Maybe there’s a bug.

If you have debug_tools mod enabled, I think there’s a command to make a crop grow 1 stage, but it’s a pain because you would need to run it several times for each crop that you have planted, one by one (not worth it).

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i waited a whole month (in game) but none of my craps were grown (my carrots not to)

That sounds like a bug. Could you upload the savefile where this is happening?

To upload a save, locate the folder in
C:\Program Files (x86)\Steam\steamapps\common\Stonehearth\saved_games (assuming a default Steam install), zip the individual save’s folder (not the entire saved_games folder), and upload it. If the *.zip is less than 10 MB, feel free to upload it directly to the Discourse. If larger, please upload it to a cloud storage site like Dropbox, Google Drive, File Dropper, etc. and post the sharing link here.

i can’t do that because i play on the computer of my father and he locked all that things

Aw… :sweat:

There’s a way to go to the Stonehearth folder from within Steam, but I don’t know if you are playing via Steam, or if you have access to it.

Did you try creating new farms? If there was some engine error related to the code that manages timers, it is possible that you won’t be able to grow crops on that save anymore :disappointed:

I’m not sure if saving and reloading would work in this case…

i have bought it via steam

I don’t know if this will work because you said the computer has locked things, maybe you could ask your father later.

If you have access to the Steam library, you can right click on Stonehearth there, and click on Properties.

Then go to the “Local Files” tab on the Properties window, and click on the first button to see the Local files.

This should open the Stonehearth folder, where you can find the saved_games folder.
Inside it there are other folders, each of them represents one savefile.

thanks i gonna ask my father soon

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Make sure there is a crop type associated with the field, maybe it is set to fallow, which let the fields empty.

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Yes, sometimes there can be accidents in which you set the field to fallow.

Other reasons off the top of my head:

  • too many fields and not enough farmers, so the farmers are so busy tending some fields that others get completely neglected
  • no farmers with the correct level to plant the set crop (this can happen if you promote a farmer into a cook and don’t have another farmer with the right level to plant the crops that the cook used to plant when they were a farmer… cooks can help a farmer with planting, but can’t plant anything above level 1 crops on their own)
    *farmer’s jobs got turned off somehow

Those are all related to problems with the farmers rather than the farms themselves; if the farms just literally aren’t working then it’s more likely to be a bug… but these other possibilties are ones you can check and eliminate from within the game itself.

So, if you have farmers standing around idle then it can’t be the first option; and it can’t be the second option if you have crops planted out already. The third option is extremely simple to check – just go into the hearthling panel and check the last column is ticked :slight_smile: