Before I begin, this has absolutely no connection to locked dungeon chests or keys
With that out of the way, I'm sure everybody has gone through something similar to the example below:
It's one of the sad side effects of the new (and amazing) quick stack to nearby chests button. What I'm suggesting here should fix this problem.
Wouldn't it be great if your accessories chest wasn't overrun with the shackles you got from last night's Blood Moon? Or how about your herb chest overflowing with the blink root you grabbed underground?
What I'm suggesting here (if that wasn't obvious enough) is to "lock" chests. Next to the chest name (or somewhere else) there would be a lock icon. This would signify a:
The standard for all chests and what we have currently
The chest will not accept new stacks of items when using the quick stack or quick stack to nearby chests button.
However, it will continue to accept items if there are stacks that have not reached the limit
The chest will not accept any items that are quick stacked. Items need to be manually moved into chests with this lock type.
Clicking the lock icon would change it's lock type. The lock type would be visible next to the chest icon/name when selected
Now, some people might not like having the locks floating around, so an option to hide them would be nice as well.
Unlocked chests would not display a lock icon when hovered over for simplicity's sake.
That's all for this suggestion. Comments, criticism, etc. is welcome.
Were you expecting hammers? Well this isn't about hammers :u
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