A set of high-quality, commonly-used utilities for creating Factorio mods.
Measure distances or create a flat surface to do work on. Make temporary measurements, or create persistent measurements that can be adjusted, moved, or deleted.
A GUI for managing your Logistic Train Network.
ALPHA VERSION - code is not yet optimized and crashes may occur!
Extends the map editor with new features and tools, makes tweaks to it to facilitate easier sandbox play, and adds items and entities to assist with testing factories.
The successor to Infinity Mode, which was inspired by Creative Mode.
Search for information about materials and recipes in a clean, easy-to-use interface. Similar to FNEI and What is it Really Used For.
Select an area to view maximum production and consumption rates for materials, electricity, pollution, and heat. Similar to Max Rate Calculator.
Quickly and easily search for items in your inventory or connected logistic network. Use keyboard shortcuts to navigate the results, and take actions depending on where the item is.
Import and export quickbar filters as blueprints. Set a default template that will be applied when you start a new game.
Enhances the cursor with a variety of tools and shortcuts. Recall the last held item, scroll between related items, and seamlessly switch between real items and the ghost cursor.
Revive ghosts, upgrade, repair, and deconstruct with a simple mouse-over. Respects reach distance and mining speed. Similar to GhostPlacerExpress and MouseOverDeconstruct.
Improves the vanilla selection tool colors to better match their icons and functionality.
Easily place straight rows of entities by pressing Control + G.
DEPRECATED - USE FLIB INSTEAD!
DEPRECATED - USE EDITOR EXTENSIONS INSTEAD.
DEPRECATED - USE CURSOR ENHANCEMENTS INSTEAD.
Replaces science icons with new hi-res and mipmapped versions based on FFF-275.
Adds infinity cargo wagon and infinity fluid wagon to the game. These wagons behave identically to their infinity chest / infinity pipe counterparts.
This mod exists purely to reserve the name, in case something becomes of it.