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Too Close to Enemy Foundations - BUG!!!!

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Okay, so here I am setting a dock for unload / reload. and Im doing Great.   Inland straight out to the deep water.   1 Pillar 3 wide.  nothing more.  Dont need to be greedy.  Also making damn sure i don't block any path's or resources.   Im doing great!  loving my work till BAAAM!   I can place my ceiling out, put a pillar down to give it support,   about to connect my pillar with land, so im good to go to extend out.  And all of sudden Im "too close to enemy"      Now how the Hell can that be?   If I can build out and down...  why can i not touch land??   So its gotta be bug.  

 

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All of a Sudden I cannot go down one more tile to snap to the floor?      BUG!!!!

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Just to be clear, I extended out wider.  to clear being "blocked"   only to have the same issue.   Cannot connect to the bottom

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It hurts Dev's  it Hurts so much..    Me love you long time..     I just want to connect my pillar to the ground just 2 more times.    Please..  pretty please...     Tonight....

 

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The Pillars on the left and right side are mine.  so suddenly im too close..   Yet Im in between my own..

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New Spot  same problem,    clear all the way around,  but cannot place on tile to snap to floor.     This needs to be resolved,  so frustrating.. 

Its just not possible..  Those are my ceilings

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Here is one better.     So i Can place ceilings, pillars, ramps  all in the same area,  but underneath  i cannot place.?    I hope this is all the proof you need, something is up..

 

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