Is there a bug with Flux Points (the plugs seem to be fine) being disconnected randomly? I've been trying to use my Ender Dragon Woot farm for awhile now (it's 3000 ticks per dragon, so it requires a lot of time), and I decided it's just more efficient to run it while I'm offline doing schoolwork or when I'm not home. But I've noticed that Flux Points immediately disconnect from the connected blocks and stop delivering power the moment I disconnect... even with gold block chunkloaders. I've gone through about 400000 chuckloader tickets just on this issue (I wasn't sure the first time, and now I'm definitely sure the second time). Do Flux Points just simply not work with chunkloaders? And if that's the case, why do Flux Plugs stay connected just fine? It's really frustrating, as I can't really just AFK for 3000 ticks every single Ender Dragon kill I get from my farm. And since Dragon Woot farms use in the millions of RF, using enderIO conduits would just be slow and inefficient, but it seems like that's what I'm going to have to do until I figure out this Flux Point issue. Addition: I forgot to mention originally that I have encountered Flux Point disconnections even while I'm online and within 1-2 chunks of the affected Flux Points (this has happened with online chunkloaders as well). While online, it is more random and doesn't happen too often. I also double checked the Flux Plugs and Points on my RF storage and they seem to be fine. It's only the Flux Points in different chunks than my RF storage, which makes this a bit more confusing to me.