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Two minor issues

Discussion in 'Civ3 Conquests - Bug Reports' started by Gogf, Dec 15, 2003.

  1. Gogf

    Gogf Indescribable

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    Well, it's really a minor issue, and a moderate issue. In the description of the "Flak" there is an extra space after an ".s" I forget exactly what it was saying though. That was the minor (obviously), and the moderate is as follows: During the production phase of your turn, when one of your cities finished an improvement, and it asks you what you want to build next, it ignores civil engineers in the number of turns it will take to complete. This is for improvements. It's annoying, having to check after hearing that it will take 30 turns to build a temple to make sure it will only take around 10.
     
  2. Masquerouge

    Masquerouge Chieftain

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    Oh yes, that's true, I've noticed that too. You have to exit the city for the production bonus to be taken into account.
    It also happens when you change the tiles that are worked in your city's radius right after selecting the new improvement. You have to get out of the city to check the real number of turns needed.
     

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