Discussion in 'Rhye's and Fall - Dawn of Civilization' started by Leoreth, Sep 11, 2014.
Is the save from before you research the tech?
So I downloaded the mod and I believe I put it in the right file but it says it's in the wrong mod directory. Here's a screenshot of where it is, what am I doing wrong? Thanks a lot!
Have you installed the mod (by running that .exe file)? Or did you just place that file in the mod directory?
If you already did install the mod, search where the mod is installed (likely in Documents/my games). The installed mod is a folder and not an .exe file, like the other mods in the screenshot.
If you haven't run the exe yet, simply run the .exe to install the mod. And make sure the mod installs itself in the folder on your screenshot. It should install it in the correct folder automatically, but I recommend checking it yourself to be sure.
I've already installed it but I can't find the folder anywhere.
Run the installer again, it should let you remove the mod. Then run it again for another install, and check the suggested location before you continue. The autodetected mod directory is sometimes incorrect. You can manually correct it.
Okay, how do you change the suggested location? I don't see any options to do so.
I thought the installer would give you a choice where the mod would be installed, only prefilling it with the automatically detected location. Apparently, that is not the case. I will see if I can change that in the future. Until then, do you know where the mod may have been installed?
I reinstalled the installer and now it has it going to the right place but I still get the same error message.
Can you show the directory?
Here is a save from beforehand, but I noticed something even weirder, I don't actually have urban planning at any point. The trigger for the bug seems to be reaching the industrial era. The turn after reaching it is when it starts. i've found an autosave that replicates the bug every time you let the research complete.
Hm. The only thing I can think of that might be related to is an event expiring, but that seems far fetched. Well, I guess I'll find out.
The error message says "MODS/RFC" is the wrong directory but it's under the BTS/BTS/MODS folder
BtS/BtS/Mods doesn't look right.
Is it normal for the Temple of Solomon not to spawn during the 3000 B.C. start? Weren't it suppose to spawn at the same time Judaism is founded?
I believe it is normal for the Temple of Solomon to not be built automatically. The Persians have a goal of controlling two shrines, and if the Jewish shrine were built automatically, that would be too easy for them I think.
Looked into this save, and found that the cause has already been fixed in the development branch. I still have attached the next turn.
I don't run into this error, advancing way past the turn where it shows up in your screenshots. Do you have a particular series of steps to reproduce it? Or reproduce it yourself and save right before the crash occurs? Otherwise I cannot do much from here.
Unfortunately, this does not reproduce for me. I let the city be taken by the Mongols, but no error comes up.
HMM... you're on 1.16, not a development version, right? I guess I could try reinstalling DoC. Or Civ4 itself. Is there a canonical guide on here somewhere for making sure your underlying Civ4 install is updated for DoC? Trying to think what else could account for the failure to replicate. Does Civ/DoC store or cache anything relevant outside of the normal installation directory that I could flush?
Yes, 1.16. The save would not open for me in develop. Can you first see if the error still reproduces from your own save?
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