Release EDSY - The ship outfitting tool formerly known as E:D Shipyard; reimagined, redesigned, reborn

Brilliant. Is there a way to import my builds from the actual game, ot from Inara?

Never mind... I was just being stupid. Found it :D
 
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  • In the checklist under details it states Overcharged G5 x 1, despite I entered a 6 in the box. And in G1-4 it states x 5, but I also entered a 6 there...
Regarding the Overcharged G5 x 1 issue: this seems to occur when you change your module values manually on the outfitting page (instead of choosing 100%, 80%....). I think a way to solve this could be to just use the settings on the analysis page for module grades and number of rolls.
 
A bit confused by the "Analysis" Tab. I want to figure out what materials I need to create a specific, engineered build.

When I put a six into every field in "Rolls to complete each grade", it calculates that I need five materials for each grade. For G5 its always only one material, despite what I put in the field. In this case it should be for example 6 Zirconium, as I put grade 5 100%, 6 rolls and you need 1 Zirconium per Grade 5 roll.

Questions:
  • How does the calculation work exactly? Am I missing something or is there a bug.
  • In the checklist under details it states Overcharged G5 x 1, despite I entered a 6 in the box. And in G1-4 it states x 5, but I also entered a 6 there...
That's because in the build you've linked, the target modification on the weapon is flagged as a "legacy" blueprint, rather than having a progress percentage like modern modifications. If you click the 100% button on that module and then re-run the analysis, it then prescribes the expected six G5 rolls with corresponding material costs.

The G1-4 rolls will still be predicted to take only 5 rolls each, which is because you don't have to actually get to 100% at each grade to progress, so it estimates that if you would need 6 rolls to get 100% (which isn't true, of course, but going with your inputs) then it would only take 5 rolls to get close enough to move on to the next grade level.
 
Thanks a lot for the explanation, that makes it clear. Sure, I just chose some example inputs to make my point clear.

For me a bit less automatic calculations would work as well (perhaps a togel)
 
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