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Question on saving TSG files...

Discussion in 'Civ5 - Game Of The Month' started by WildeComputers, Jul 13, 2011.

  1. WildeComputers

    WildeComputers Chieftain Supporter

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    Am I saving this correctly?

    For example, load TSG15_Start and save it as TSG15. When I get back to Civ V. Load TSG15 and when I am done, save again as TSG15. No reloading (although I have had to reload from an autosave before), just saving over the same file. However, when submitting, submit as Ramkhamhaeng_0364 AD-1944.Civ5Save (for example). Or, is the preferred route a new save file each time (the default Civ V suggests) and just delete older saves to clean up my save folder to avoid reloading a previous saves.
     
  2. leif erikson

    leif erikson Game of the Month Fanatic Administrator Supporter GOTM Staff

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    You may save with whatever file name you wish. You may want to keep older saves in case you wish to go back after the first run through to try a variation that you read about in the After Action thread?

    I believe the submission system will rename you submitted save so that we know who's is who's. So, do not think you have to worry about that.
     
  3. Monthar

    Monthar Chieftain

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    Yes, it does rename the submitted file name. So, no it doesn't matter what we want to call the file on our end.
     

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