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RFC RAND freezes the program.

Discussion in 'Rhye's and Fall RAND' started by MrBanana, May 19, 2010.

  1. MrBanana

    MrBanana Prince

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    So I'm fine loading the mod, I click play now. There are the normal options as well as Rye's Terra. I click Rhye's Terra, and choose my prefernces. I choose a civ, and hit play, and it starts loading.

    One problem: it freezes either when finishing or the map step, before finishing. I have to close it wth task manager. The forums don't seem to have an answer to my problems.

    I'm using Windows 7 BTW, and I do have 3.19.
     
  2. Rhye

    Rhye 's and Fall creator

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    map creation takes more than normal civ. Maybe it isn't freezing
     
  3. MrBanana

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    I go to task manager and it definitely says the game isn't responding. SOmetimes I get to finishing too.
     
  4. MrBanana

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    Never mind, it wroks after a while! It runs fine after a time. Don't know why it stops responding like that period of time.
     
  5. Fierabras

    Fierabras Emperor

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    You see this behavior in other software too. Like a browser for instance. Sometimes it says it's not responding, you wait a while and then everything is fine. Rhye, to avoid the confusion, I think it would be best to mention this in the RFC RAND PDF. Something like: "Be aware that in RFC RAND map creation takes while, so be patient".
     
  6. onedreamer

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    yeah, it's almost a matter of faith in our God Rhye, in the initial loading ;)
     

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