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    Baldwin Brewer

    Has anyone done any work on a lightweight Baldwin brewer? Something that'll queue items to be reduced and "check up" on the pot at random intervals? I somehow think a safe way to do that would be to have it only take 5 items to reduce at a time (which would keep it busy for 2 1/2 hours total), drop them in and collect them at a variable interval.

    I legit have no idea if that sort of "smart" is possible though.

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    That would be incredibly useful. Would love to see something like this.

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    Yeah, I think it would be rather simple to do. Since it only has to click on about 5 things directly? (Transmute, tab, item, Okay, wait 31-37min, claim, then repeat, after 5 cycles stop and wait to be manually restarted). The average pick-up time would be after 34 minutes (the actual reducing takes 30 min). 5 items would take 170 minutes on average to brew, which should look fairly human, attentive, but "sloppy" on timing, and would prevent someone from managing to "consistently brew" for 10+ hours.

    I don't doubt there are people who can do that, especially in an office job. But this might be handy if you just want to get something done while you're at work/school.

    Though I'm not sure, the folks here look like they have it down to a science for how to make things look human and could tell if that timing sequence looks good or not.

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