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Railroad hot key is not "R"

Discussion in 'Civ3 - Technical Support' started by Wuf, Nov 6, 2001.

  1. Wuf

    Wuf Chieftain

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    It's not, regardless of what the interface says, it's not.

    Very minor bug. Very very minor.
     
  2. Cunobelin Of Hippo

    Cunobelin Of Hippo Site Pachyderm

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    I believe it is 'shift-r' ;)
     
  3. aatu

    aatu Chieftain

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    I can't think of a reason why they didn't still use only 'r' as a railroad key... :(

    First I thought that you could use Shift-r to build a railroad to a place which doesn't have any roads, which could save some time, and would justify the changing of that shortcut key. But because that's not the case, it's only one of those ui things, that are a bit wrong in civ3.

    Great game thought, all the major improvements seem to be working just right. :cool:

    Except I haven't got a leader yet :cry:, playing my second game (now around 1500AD), finished first with diplomatic victory (2049AD).
     

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