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    Creating a Container

    Is there any way to mark an item as a container, such as a backpack, so that in the equipment sheet for a PC you can drop other items on it and have them listed as inside the backpack (listing slightly indented and not alphabetized in the main list)?

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    Hi Shogar try writing the container name as the location for another item and see if that indents and orders for you.

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    Quote Originally Posted by damned View Post
    Hi Shogar try writing the container name as the location for another item and see if that indents and orders for you.
    Yes that is how to do it. (see attach)
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    Just as a side note for you.
    The name of items in your inventory are not locked and you can rename them. The link will still open the original item.
    So like I usally do I put a lowercase x infront of my Backpak. (xBackpack).
    This moves it to the bottom of my inventory with everything in it under it. It put the more important items at the top so less searching for things
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