Discussion in 'Civ3 - General Discussions' started by ybbor, Aug 23, 2004.
Check the .pdf's in my sig... they should have a list of commands.
I remember that!
Anyway, I always have it on. Just makes movement easier...
wow, its morning already, i started playing at around 8 last night and its already 6:30 am here in nyc. No sleep for me i guess. I can actually see grids on my wall because i've been playing for so long.
Always have it on. Wish there was a preference for it to stay on rather than always having to turn it on each time (PTW).
I allways play grids on.
Though it's very annoying to allways press Ctrl+G at the start of new session.
Always. One wrong move can lose you a war.
That goes in real life too, not just Civ!
I know what you're talking about. Sometimes after I've played forever I see roads in the carpet.
Ever been looking at a square tile floor and twist your head around so you get the diamond pattern? Hate it when that happens.
I hate the look of a grid, and don't find any use for it.
If I need to count squares i'll just use the 'go' command and space it out with that, or just count the fingerprints on my screen
Why use the grid when you can have isometric fingerprints on your screen?
Which by the way I don't have.
I don't use the grid. It looks like I'm god.
Yeah I agree, but I use the mouse to turn it on, see the other poll .
so THAT'S ow you switch it on!
I never knew...
I voted no. Using the grid is like admitting that I cannot visualise the grid myself. It's like admitting that I'm not enough of a man... (kidding!)
I play with the grid on, its just easier. Plus I am a 'wargamer' from way back, so a grid (or a hex pattern) doesn't bother me at all.
I'm not a man. I can't see this kind of stuff in my head at all so grid is always on.
Generally leave it on... hate to make a mistake planning my cities.
I cannot stand the grid. I know how the squares are separated without the grid.
I definitly have to second that. Nothing quite like the feeling of being god while not sleeping. After awhile you even wind up telling your pets to worhsip you.
Oh, the question, no grid, ever. If i make a mistake I live with it and move on.
I use the grid to study city placement, and to think over my tactics to during a war.
otherwise, I like to see the "amber waves of grain" unfettered by the chain link fence
Grid is nice. Sometimes it is hard to distinguish between land and sea, and grid helps.
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