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Select a container named Ammo and go to the Modify panel.
We now have Quarry Ammo, which can be installed using a formula. Using the formula, you can set both the size of the container and its name, if it was written at the very beginning of the application.
Installing Ammo container without formula:
1. Select a new name for the container, for example “Ammo”.
2. Enter a number in the “quantity” field.
3. In the second column, you can specify which container will be set as a weapon storage field. This field must be empty. In it, we will indicate that weapons will be stored.
4.In the “must” field, specify whether you want the weapon to be a shotgun or a container-only shotgun.
5. Change the value in the Might field if you want each weapon to be unique.
6. Select the type of weapon you want to know something about.
7. Click OK.
8. Enter a string in the Description field if you want to change the value in the Common field to display a description that only the user can see.
9. Click the Appearance tab. You can resize the container.
10. Unlike Magazine Ammo, in Ammo, Enemy has the ability to select a container immediately after installation, but its name uses the “$” symbol instead of the “.”
11. You may want to secure the container anywhere. To do this, go to Properties. Click on the tabs. If you want to hide the container behind the Modify panel or change its purpose, then click the Order Specialties button. It’s in the Modify panel under the Torch icon, so you can see text stating that this tab is for special bugs. Clicking the button will take you to the property page for the Might and Control Ammo container. If you do not have a special sight, then your container is normal.
12. Click Continue to move to the Remove Precision tab. Here you can remove or change weapon options.
13. If there are specific weapon properties in the Ammo add-on that you want to change, then you can only change them in the Ammo properties window (only unique properties can be displayed in the properties window).
14. In the Device tab, you can adjust the size of the containers.
15. On the Sources tab, you can select the files from which the