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For Rimworld A16 - version 1.7 of Reclaim Fabric

Allows tailors to reclaim fabric from clothing. This is done based on the hitpoints of the apparel and the skill of the tailor. Highly skilled tailors will be able to reclaim more fabric and leather from tattered apparel. This replaces the 50% of stuff you would get back that is used in most salvage mods that simply set "smeltable" on apparel, which i find OP.

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tyriael_soban Aug 7 @ 2:20am 
using the version on the github i just got a massive wall of text on initilization and none of the items i had in my storage bay could actually be reclaimed, only one item was not vanilla, it was a patchwork parka from the tribal modpack
Song Jul 12 @ 9:41pm 
Note, latest version for A17 is 1.9 . Find it under releases on the github page.
Also, could you please update this on here too?
Kyrrisayo Jun 25 @ 11:53pm 
@MrBlazzar™ There seem to be some issues with it currently.
MrBlazzar™ Jun 24 @ 2:27pm 
There is a A17 version. Just need to download it from his github and manually install it: https://github.com/Skullywag/ReclaimFabric/releases/tag/ReclaimFabric1.8
青木 Jun 23 @ 7:48am 
fuck you
stef Jun 8 @ 8:33am 
I really love this mod and hope it will get updated to A17
MarQan Jun 5 @ 6:47pm 
PSA: the only BUG I've had so far is that pawns stopped hauling some of the reclaimed textiles.
After finding a stack of 0 Camehair and destroying it with Dev tools, everything was working again.
wanoO May 31 @ 1:40pm 
Awesome mod, even though it works in A17 it seems to be glitching quite a bit for me. I'm using quite a few mods (notably Basic bridges which ads fish textiles). Every now and again it will give me bugged textiles that mess up hauling entirely (sometimes the stack count is 0). Removing them through dev tools fixes the issue. Looking forward to the update :)
The_Bane_Company May 28 @ 9:03pm 
Cool. As long as it works, who cares about a warning. It'll get done when it gets done and I'm just happy the modder takes time to make my life playing this game just a little better. :D Thanks for all the work you put into this mod and looking forward to the update when it comes.
Yelping Man Candy May 28 @ 11:32am 
If you're just looking to have it work without warnings ....

Find your Steam installation and navigate to here:

If you manually change the target version to "0.17.0", poof it's updated until it gets updated in Workshop. This guy's got a ton of mods, and I imagine he's putting his time into ones that no longer work with the update.