Using ctrl+click on a loot item will move it into a matching container marked with a @loot tag. For instance, if you mark your Documents case with a @loot tag and put it in your secure container, all keys you loot using ctrl+click will be placed in that documents case automatically. Works only in raid - will not work with your hideout stash!
Copy CactusPie.ContainerQuickLoot.dll to BepInEx\plugins directory
Settings (F12 menu)
- Enable for Ctrl+click - whether or not the items should be automatically transferred to containers when moving them using ctrl+click in the loot menu
- Enable for loose loot - whether or not loose loot you pick up should be automatically palced in a container. This works for all the loot you just find lying around on the ground, shelves, etc.
- Put a container in your inventory. For instance a Documents case:
- Right click the container and select the "tag" option
- Set a @loot tag for the item.
- Ctrl+clicking a compatible loot item (such as a key) in raid or picking up loose loot will now put it in the documents case
Removing the @loot tag will stop the items from being automatically put in it
You can also add numbered suffixes to @loot tags in order to give a certain container a priority. For instance a container with @loot2 tag will take higher priority than a container with @loot3 tag. Not specifying any suffix assumes a "0" suffix/priority. Examples:
- @loot will take higher priority than @loot1
- @loot10 will take higher priorty than @loot20
- In case of two containers with the same @loot tag, the game will automatically assign a higher priority to one
If the first matching container is full, put the loot into the next matching container
Added priority container selection/sorting, for instance @loot2 will take higher priority than @loot3
Automatically merge stacks (such as money, ammo, etc.) when transferring them
- Added support for loose loot
- Switched to a prefix patch instead of a postfix patch for a minor performance improvement
First release for 3.7.2