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in Bug Report by (270 points)
Like I said your not able to place a conveyor belt on edge of a foundation even tho you have more foundation's connected to each other unless you place conveyor mast first on the edge.
by (300 points)
I find this was the "Most annoying bug ever" of my first playthough. You're diligently building large 8 smelting iron factory, and get nope-ed by… nothing ? and have to switch to first placing a pole, which works completely fine.

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by (550 points)
It may be because the belt is too steep?
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by (5.5k points)
This has been asked and answered many times already. If you place a pole first then connect the conveyor to it it will work. It only says too steep if trying to place as a stand alone from another connection.
by (420 points)
It still should work and not be necessary to do so.

Sometimes it annoys me, especially when working on the 3rd or 4th floor of my factory. It seems to mainly happen on 8x2 foundations, but i've seen it on 8x4 as well :/
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by (8.6k points)
Duplicate: https://questions.satisfactorygame.com/3984/conveyor-floor-too-steep-when-flat

There's currently a temp fix, when you palce the conveyor pole first, it's possible.
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