Discussion in 'Rhye's and Fall - Dawn of Civilization' started by Leoreth, Apr 28, 2019.
Is it normal to have 120% of inflation rate at 1781 AE as the USA?
Can't launch 600AD scenario
1700 AD and 3000BC work well. Can't read 600 AD
This should fix it.
Thx! It works!
After unzipping the release candidate's files into my mods folder and loading the mod, I was unable to select any of the three scenarios and was just presented with the ability to play scenarios or games as normal as if I were playing unmodded Civ IV.
What is the mod folder called?
Here is the third release candidate.
I am out of reported issues again. With this, I am planning to release soon, likely this weekend.
Just a quick announcement that release won't happen before Thursday now.
We JUST love these day of week.
Is it ok not to be as excited about new releases if you are playing latest git for ages now? And always wonder -- why others wouldn't?
Sure. The release is technically nothing special in itself, except that it marks the completion of a particular set of feature goals and the imminent start of others.
I've been holding off on the git version, exactly because I'm waiting for this release, and don't want to be burned out when it comes. Also I like playing with Blue Marble and the other module for immersion. This is how it's been with most of the strategy games and mods I've been playing lately. A looong wait for updates, and then binge when they finally come.
don't wanna be the nerd guy but if you want to include thursday too by saying "before thursday", you should use "by" instead of "before". I think people are partially right to expect the release today.
I just had a similar misunderstanding with a government document yesterday
I don't think that's incorrect use of before. The way I understood it is that there's chance it could be released today, but not a guarantee.
Yeah, so the point of saying this was that I was not going to be home to do anything until Thursday (today), so I just wanted to make sure nobody expects anything before then because I originally wanted to be ready on the last weekend.
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