This Stardew Valley mod makes it easier to manage your inventory

It is safe to say that while it is a useful and challenging game mechanic, inventory management is not always the most exciting aspect of an otherwise great game. As Stardew Valley fans well know, managing slot machines filled with goods is an important part of growing a thriving farm, but it can take some work to get all your stuff where it needs to be. Practically, a new Stardew Valley mod helps make it a breeze.

Creator Gaussfire’s aptly named Convenient Inventory mod adds some new features to the player’s inventory, making it much easier to keep track of it all. As the mother describes, it becomes a bit of a repetitive process to handle your backpack filled with materials and other goodies after a while: “open chest, deposit items, close chest, open chest, deposit items, close chest, open chest, deposit items , close the chest … “and so on. But the mother offers a practical alternative:” What if you could store all the things that take up space in your backpack, immediately, while retaining the important ones? ”

The mod adds a new feature that lets you quickly stack to nearby chests, which appear as a new button in the inventory user interface. Tap it and you send your items to – yep, you guessed it – chests that are within a certain range (provided they have capacity). It’s not clear what this range is by default, but it seems that the mode’s configuration options let you set this yourself in terms of number of tiles from the player’s character.

The useful downside of this, however, is that you can also now favorite items with courage. Using the shortcut key you set, you can select the items you prefer to hang on as favorites, preventing them from being quickly stacked, discarded, dropped, ‘organized’ (via the appropriate inventory button) or added to existing stacks (again via the inventory button).

Image Credit: Gaussfire / Nexus Mods

There are some other configuration options that also allow you to expand the scope of the mod. For example, you can activate nearby buildings that have their own fixtures (“such as mills or Junimo cabins”), to also be marked when using the quick stacking option. Another, if enabled, will cause the quick stack feature to “place as many items as possible in chests containing that item, rather than just a single stack,” as the mother explains. You can also use an option to reveal a preview of all the chests nearby, ready for quick stacking if you wish.

If you are eager to check out the mod yourself, you can find it on Nexus Mods at that link. As always, mods with caution, and be sure to check out our list of the best Stardew Valley mods on PC.

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