Support Request - drawing blocks from playerstorage infinite inventory shave over 30 mins on large structure building in survival.

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Nathan N created an issue

I absolutely love this mod completely but I noticed a huge missed opportunity to add support for infinite storage mod. https://minecraft.curseforge.com/projects/playerstorage?gameCategorySlug=mc-mods&projectID=278870

With effortless building and this mod combined we could seriously build very massive structures in minutes - the best part is neither mod breaks survival modes balance. All effortless building does is make building less of a tedium and all playerstorage mod does is make mining fun and enjoyable and not need 89+ chests especially in large scale packs. I really hope you could picture having mined 10k stone blocks and instead of having to manually grab groups of 64 10 at a time for an hour and really see just how beneficial cross mod support truly would be 🤤

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  1. Nathan N reporter
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    I absolutely love this mod completely but I noticed a huge missed opportunity to add support for infinite storage mod. https://minecraft.curseforge.com/projects/playerstorage?gameCategorySlug=mc-mods&projectID=278870

    With effortless building and this mod combined we could seriously build very massive structures in minutes - the best part is neither mode breaks survival modes balance. All effortless building does is make building less of a tedium and all playerstorage mod does is make mining fun and enjoyable and not need 89+ chests especially in large scale packs. I really hope you could picture having minded 10k stone blocks and instead of having to manually grab groups of 64 10 at a time for an hour and really see just how beneficial cross mod support truly would be 🤤

  2. Christian Knaapen repo owner

    I agree that it would be beneficial to add compatibility between the two mods. However, I do not have the time to implement it. So I’ll put your suggestion on the back burner for now. A pull request is also welcome.

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