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  1. While exploring Altis, I came across a base in the early stages. But I found something which interested me. This is something I want to build but not sure how it was done. I can build a floor and stairs seperate but no option to combine them. How was this done?
  2. A couple of very useful additions to Epoch, I submit, would be hatches (doors in floors) and doors with no top frames (barn doors) so vehicles like MTVRs can fit through. Hatches could be in 3 general sizes; 1/4 floor, 1/2 floor, and whole floor. Barn doors would basically be split, side opening garage doors in a large wall with no top frame so the space above could be left open or another door stacked on top to make a very tall door, or even a regular garage door above the barn doors. The doors could swing out, hinged at the sides, or slide to either side like a true barn door. All of this being lockable as per the current door selection. Stair railings would be a very handy addition, possible replacing supports? Why are there stair supports anyway except for aesthetic purposes?
  3. Why it is, that when planning out where you're going to put wooden stairs, that they face right-to-left (bottom of the stairs are horizontally on your right instead of the base of the stairs being directly in front of you). This makes placing stairs a lot more hassle than it needs to be, and then, when they get rotated, they flip straight back after a slight height adjustment. I'll post a screenshot shortly to clear up any confusion.
  4. Would it be possible to add in small ladders or wooden stairs to the crafting list?
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