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Create Game Select Civ / Load Civ Graphic Weirdness

Discussion in 'Mod Creation Help' started by PonderThis, Dec 9, 2017.

  1. PonderThis

    PonderThis Chieftain

    Nov 15, 2014
    I've got two minor but strange items concerning a new civ I've just posted (Syracuse led by Archimedes).

    1. When selecting the civ, the appropriate graphics appear when hovering over the civ entry, but go away after it is selected. View when mouse is hovering over the civ:
    View after selection and you've moved the mouse away:

    2. When loading a game for that civ, the leader icon is off. I swear I've looked at everything on this one. I assume it's using the 45x45 dds file for the icon, and I've compared my files to other custom civs and come up with nothing. Everything in the files looks right, but for some reason you get this.

    Anyone have any ideas on either of these?
  2. ShiroToraRyu

    ShiroToraRyu Civ 6 Modder

    Apr 26, 2014
    Planet Earth
    For 2. your Icon Problem : you could try to Move the two leader Heads in the Icon dds file to The right via Gimp or photoshop or paint.net.

    For 1. its the Same in My Civ vi, And i am not sure if this Is really a Problem...
  3. PonderThis

    PonderThis Chieftain

    Nov 15, 2014
    1. Well, it's good to know I'm not the only one. :) Still, I know other civs, like all of JFD's civs, don't have this problem. So JFD is doing something different here, I just can't figure out what.
    2. Sure, I could shift the bits, but that would break the icon in other places in the game where it DOES work (I think that's the same size as the top-of-screen civ leader list). Besides, no one else does that, so there's something weird here. One thing I know it isn't is a mod conflict, as I've run this as the only mod and gotten the same result.

    Thanks for the reply, like I said, I'm glad I'm not the only one with that first issue.

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