What is this "Greece - Basil" unit? I'm playing vanilla game R&F with just YnAMP mod for earth-map.
Where is latest beta?
The in your signature http://forums.civfanatics.com/downloads.php?do=file&id=24303
Shows 3rd October as date
Sorry, I have no expecience in scripting mods. But perhaps the LeaderHead folder contains the function
ctrl-click to declare war doesn't respect forced peace treaties. You can get a city from the AI as a peace offering and then ctrl-click to declare...
Looks good and it is indeed pretty mature. Perhaps post the code on github so others may improve it in the future.
Yep, 1920x1080 resolution on my laptop ;)
That's true, the number of techs is known in game. See attached screenshot.
It's semi-usable, you can work around it if you scroll around in the trade dialog.
The RC looks good! ;)
Not anything else to add except the ones already mentioned.
One thing however, during hot-seat game the trade dialog is...
I don't know if the download page were the right page to post a commend+suggestion. So here it comes:
The only disadvantage of this mod is that...
Aww. That's sad to hear. Let's hope they release the code as they did for civ 4 so us happy hackers can fix such shortcomings. I can understand...
I'm wondering if it's possible to take a save file from a singleplayer game and load it as a LAN game.
The reason I want to do...
Has anyone been able to load mods with the latest version (per 17th september 2012) in multi player using the tricks posted above?
I haven't got Varlords yet but trying your trick on the vanilla Civ4 gives a breakpoint giving a message indicating a "invalid parameter" at...
Aww, that's too bad.
Thanks I'll try that sometime. But won't it run in wine? I prefer wine cause it's free like in both free beer and free...
I want a linux version aswell, then I'm happy.
I hope they make a linux version aswell, mac osX is based on unix so I don't think there so much work to to a linux port aswell..
It was basicly that I did and it failed fatally, look at post #97
It is because VC++ 2005's compiler is incompatible with VC++ 2003's...
Check that your debugger service is running.
start -> run dialog -> enter "services.msc" -> look for "machine debugger manager" -> make...
Really tried the link? It works perfectly for me, microsoft have decided to not distribute the VC2003 toolkit any more so you can't get it from...
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