QuickSmelt for Rust

Can Increase the speed of all BaseOven types

Total Downloads: 38,276 - First Release: May 27, 2015 - Last Update: Oct 11, 2017

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  1. Fujikura
    Configuration File:
    << This was initially created by @apocdev >>

    QuickSmelt allows you to increase the speed of cooking and smelting The default values in the config offer simple 1x production. By default, this is enabled for everyone, even if they don't have the permission. The permission only works if 'UsePermissions' is set to true in the config.


    This plugin uses Oxide's permission system if enabled. To assign a permission, use grant user <username|steamid> <permission>. To remove a permission, use revoke user <username|steamid> <permission>.
    • quicksmelt.allow (allows player to benefit from features)
      Ex. grant user Wulf quicksmelt.allow
      Ex. revoke user Wulf quicksmelt.allow
      Ex. grant group moderator quicksmelt.allow

    OvenMultipliers (entityname and multiplier) lets you control the multiplier for each type (limits are 0.1-10.0)
    Anything below 1.0 will slow it down.

    AmountsOfBecome (1 - x) lets you raise for each type the output per tick.

    CookTimes (itemname and time) in seconds lets you control the cooktime for each itemtype (1.0 - x.x) . (lower=faster; higher=slower)

    CharcoalPercentLoss (0-100) lets you lower the charcoal output.
    Default loss is 25. A setting of 100 does produce no charcoal.

    OvercookMeat (true / false) prevents meat from becoming overcooked/burnt.

    CookInFurnaces (true / false) allows cookinh of meat/fish in furnaces.
    Allows also smelting of ore in campfires.

    CharcoalMultiplier allows the multiplication of the charcoal output.

    WoodFuelAmount (0.1 - x.x) can speed up the wood consumption on overall lowered cooktimes. The charcoal output stays the same.

    UsePermissions (true / false) toggles the use of the permission to enable the plugin's features only for specific players.

    Note: this plugin does not cause materials to smelt into "extra" until you change AmountsOfBecome. Without changing AmountsOfBecome you still lose the same amount of pre-smelt items, and gain the correct amount of post-smelt items in return. Then it's not a count increase. Simply a speed increase.

    You can configure the settings in the QuickSmelt.json file under the oxide/config directory.
    Code (Javascript):
      "AmountsOfBecome": {
        "can_beans_empty": 15,
        "can_tuna_empty": 10,
        "chicken_raw": 1,
        "crude_oil": 3,
        "fish_raw": 1,
        "hq_metal_ore": 1,
        "humanmeat_raw": 1,
        "meat.bear.raw": 1,
        "meat.pork.raw": 1,
        "meat.wolf.raw": 1,
        "metal_ore": 1,
        "sulfur_ore": 1
      "CharcoalMultiplier": 1,
      "CharcoalPercentLoss": 25,
      "CookInFurnaces": false,
      "CookTimes": {
        "can_beans_empty": 30.0,
        "can_tuna_empty": 30.0,
        "chicken_raw": 30.0,
        "crude_oil": 10.0,
        "fish_raw": 20.0,
        "hq_metal_ore": 20.0,
        "humanmeat_raw": 30.0,
        "meat.bear.raw": 30.0,
        "meat.pork.raw": 30.0,
        "meat.wolf.raw": 30.0,
        "metal_ore": 10.0,
        "sulfur_ore": 5.0
      "OvenMultipliers": {
        "campfire": 1.0,
        "ceilinglight.deployed": 1.0,
        "furnace": 1.0,
        "furnace.large": 1.0,
        "jackolantern.angry": 1.0,
        "jackolantern.happy": 1.0,
        "lantern.deployed": 1.0,
        "refinery_small_deployed": 1.0,
        "tunalight.deployed": 1.0
      "OvercookMeat": false,
      "UsePermissions": false,
      "WoodFuelAmount": 10.0
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