Discussion in 'Civ5 - Modpacks' started by sukritact, Jun 22, 2014.
CulDiv requires neither the CBP/O or the CP.
Is there a version that requires? Because i tested each and every mod alone and then with the other, and it was CulDiv that was preventing pop ups. I subscribed in Steam. Plus, CulDiv was not working.
Steam doesn't have any CulDiv version. Maybe you mean Unique Cultural Influence (this is subscribable on Steam platform)?
No, it was CulDiv. UCI runs without any problem. Maybe it's a bug? It's not big, it just prevents some pop ups (like the retire pop up and the Events pop ups). This bug shows up when you are not using CBP or Pick and Mix DLL.
Strange thing - maybe something DLL-dependent? E&D does not require anything besides BNW and appropriate version of CivV itself.
Maybe. I also use CIV IV Diplomatc Features.
I've downloaded the mod and moved it to my MODS folder, but I don't see it in the Civ 5 mod list when I start the game. Help?
Manually or via Steam? If manually, did you unpack it?
Dinolad plz know ur lore E&D isn't on Steam
As Dinolad said, unpacking the .civ5 mod manually might be a good idea. It's just a zip file, so extract it with w/e and a folder should be created in the MODS folder.
Oh, okay. I had never seen that filetype before (I usually install mods of the Workshop, but I didn't see a workshop page for it), so I did not know I had to unzip it. Thanks!
@Chrisy15: you are right, thanks for writing that.
I'm trying to add additional Yields to a certain bonus resource from a decision, how would i increase the yield of it from the decision by +1 and only that resource?
Create a Function to iterate Cities and place a dummy Building with a row in Building_ResourceYieldChanges into every City, and both hook it up to the GameEvents.PlayerDoTurn Monitor and call it in the DoFunc.
Is there any known reason that my civ specific decisions have a bugged TXT tool-tip in most cases? I have looked to see if I have any conflicting mods, but unless JFD's civs make the nation specific decision texts bug out I don't have anything that seems like it would conflict.
Enlightenment era seems the only thing that could conflict, is it known to?
EE shouldn't cause conflict with Decisions, no.
Decision text could be reduced to TXTs for a few reasons: a missing Locale.ConvertTextKey, an invalid variable (a table, a nil) being passed into the Locale.ConvertTextKey, or the TXT simply not being defined in Language_en_US. Verifying these could help, or at the very least being more specific as to which Decisions you're talking about so someone else can verify for you.
Thanks for the response. I can tell you that it is almost all Civ specific decisions that are problematic. Including Civs who have no JFD Civ changes to them, or changes through any other means. The following is a screen shot of what it looks like, I have nothing that interferes with morocco.
On locales, my system locale is Japanese if that matters, I can try changing it back to English to see if that helps. I have verified game cache and cleared the mod cache to prevent problems with having a past version of the CBP installed.
As for many of the other things you mentioned, I am afraid I am not tech savvy enough to understand many of them, but if there are instructions to be found and/or you don't mind providing them, I can certainly follow-up.
In fact, one of the things worth noting here, is that on byzantium I have JFD's change, and the one of the Civ specific decisions works and specifically effects a feature in the mod (specifically the stoudion). It may well be possible that decisions JFD has written in work, whilst decisions built on the base civs do not. I will investigate this through edits. It at least shows however that civ specific decisions can display normally.
Edit 1: Have just installed and then tested Sukritacts Burmese civilization. As somewhat expected, this civilization has perfectly intact civ specific decision text. Perhaps there is a specific error with base civilizations? I am not sure what could be causing this though, as I have nothing installed that would both affect all base Civilizations in the game and yet not affect modded ones.
The site wouldn't allow me to post the above as an edit on the basis it contained spam like elements. Apologies if double posting is frowned upon.
Database and Stopwatch logs might reveal something, as it sounds like it could just be an issue killing E&D's text file.
I ran the game with logging enabled before I had events and decisions installed. I seemed to have a huge number of errors in the database log, many of which I do not understand and more surprisingly, for a number of JFD's nations, I have event/decision errors for nations whilst events and decisions isn't even enabled. Nonetheless, there are a lot of language issues.
The complete log before I have events and decisions enabled (so before I had any errors I was aware of) is here: https://pastebin.com/MXjZdRX0
Following this, when attempting to run with events and decisions enabled this is the log: https://pastebin.com/AandG1Gn
From this I imagine the particularly troubling element is this:
[715124.312] In XMLSerializer while updating table Language_en_US from file Core/Decisions/Civ Decisions/CivDecisions_EN_US.xml.
[715124.312] columns Language, Tag are not unique
I am tenuously thinking I have somehow got an old version of events and decisions installed/ not properly installed in my civ. Though I have cleaned cache and verified files. Either way, I hope this can help someone more savvy than me spot the issue. Also apologies for the tardiness of my reply.
Are you using JFDLC? If yes, the exe includes E & D. I mean do you have this and the one in JFDLC. If you do, you need to remove this one.
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