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I think I misplaced a piece of PIE

 
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I got 2 pieces of PIE. One for the number of apples and I think I got the other as a pollinator level accomplishment. Don't want to say what I think I did so others can stumble upon it too.

Anyway, the scoreboard says I only have one piece of PIE. When i give it away I would like to do so consciously. Can somebody help me figure out what happened to my other slice?

Thank you.
 
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Pie expires, and a slice of pie lasts a month. I'll hazard a guess that if you didn't give any away, then one of the pieces you received was more than 30 days ago.
 
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How many incarnations can a piece of PIE have?

If I give away a piece on day 29, does it get another 30 days anew with whomever I give it to?

How do I give away PIE?

Thank you?
 
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https://permies.com/forums/pieConsole/list

The link above will show you how you got your pie and who you gave it to. But more than likely your pie expired after 30days and you didn't get to pass it on to anyone. I am not sure how many iteration a pie has, but I have always thought that like a cutting/cultivar, it never dies out unless we stop passing it on to the next generation.

How to give a pie.
It is very similar to giving an apple or a thumps up. In that same 'toolbar/icon section' you will see a slice of pie icon. If you click it similar to how you would click the apple or thumbs up icon. You will be able to give out a pie.

I am going to click on the icon and give your post above a slice of pie.
 
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Lee Gee wrote:How many incarnations can a piece of PIE have?

If I give away a piece on day 29, does it get another 30 days anew with whomever I give it to?

How do I give away PIE?

Thank you?



Check out the link S Bengi provided. A slice given away on day 29 magically becomes a brand new slice for the recipient.

To give away pie, there is a button with a + and a piece of pie next to the thumbs up/down buttons on every post. Click that and there will be a space to enter the number of slices to give along with the option to include a note.
 
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