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Bigger maps - Civ4WorldInfo doesn't do anything?

Discussion in 'Civ4 - Fall from Heaven' started by Terxpahseyton, Sep 10, 2017.

  1. Terxpahseyton

    Terxpahseyton Master of Nothing and Everything

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    Me again, now I have trouble with a task I thought had to be the easiest.
    In Civ4WorldInfo.xml you have the following line for the map type "Huge":
    <iGridWidth>32</iGridWidth>
    <iGridHeight>20</iGridHeight>
    So according to the civ4 modding wiki, those values are a quarter of the respective map size in width and height. So I increased them for FfH2 to get a bigger map.
    But the game just ignores my value changes... Of course I mad sure I really got the right file in the right directory and it really was saved. Have no clue how that happens. :O)

     
  2. black_imperator

    black_imperator Chieftain

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    did you clear your cache first ? that may be part of the cached xml files. ( I know it works on some of the modmods for having used it)
     
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  3. Terxpahseyton

    Terxpahseyton Master of Nothing and Everything

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    That did the trick. Thank you :)
     

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