- fixed crash and unwanted behaviour introduced with last release
- Implemented controlled error message for blueprint update bug in factorio to avoid crash
- Made virtual signals available (snouz)
- Softer map ping sound
- Adjusted French translation
- Added French translation (thanks to Friendch)
- Version bump for base game 1.1
- Bumped version to fix version mess
- removed unneeded mipmap for map marker (thanks to Deadlock989)
- restored IR compat (thanks to Deadlock989)
- fixed steel display migration (again) (thanks to Deadlock989)
- fixed styles (thanks to Deadlock989)
- moved plates to Dectorio recipe group (if installed)
- removed check for show_in_library (removed in 0.18.37)
- Quick fix for base GUI changes (styles and search icon)
- Mod takeover from https://mods.factorio.com/mod/IndustrialDisplays
- Changed versioning
- Changed changelog date format
- Changed mod name
- Added german locale
- Fixed a typo that caused problems for mods that raise custom revive events.
- Plate settings are not restored by undo/CTRL-Z. This can't be fixed.
- Localised name searches were removed. The search filter now only matches against internal names.
- Better checking for open GUIs on plates being mined/destroyed.
- Added a search filter, which works with the localised (translated) names of items.
- I heard you don't like displays, so I removed displays that display displays.
- Plate GUI closes if the owner was removed/destroyed.
- Minor style updates to reflect recent changes to the character GUI.
- Requires Factorio 0.18.13 or above.
- Fixed a selection grid width glitch if all subgroups within a tab have less than 10 items.
- Fixed a crash with blueprinted display items that do not exist, e.g. items from a removed mod.
- Added 2x2 and 1x1 versions.
- Recipes reflect coverage.
- Iron version is rustier.
- Fixed changelog. Hilarious.
- Initial release. This mod was forked from the 0.17 version of Industrial Revolution (and is not compatible with it).
- Any item or fluid can be displayed, but unlike IR 0.17, the displays use the standard icon for the item instead of a high-res sprite.
- Copper, iron and steel displays are provided by default.
- Now uses ghost tags instead of hax to store plate settings in blueprints.
- GUI now remembers its previous location on the screen, and closes automatically if you walk out of range.