What can this mod borrow from other mods?

Uncle Paul

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Some things I've found in other Civ4 (especially RFC) mods that I think could be used for this mod

From embryodead's Sengoku:
More East Asian music
A new foreign advisor screen - shows a giant minimap (bigger even than the one shown for the replay at the end), which would be really helpful when the bigger map comes, since even with the smaller map, it's really hard to read the current minimap, which land is owned by which civ (sea tiles not colored, another thing that makes it easier to read), and also, you can click on a civ, and it will show you just the land controlled by them and their vassals

From Sword of Islam:
More Middle Eastern, Indian, and Eastern Orthodox music

From RFC Europe:
More medieval/renaissance European music
 

Leoreth

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Not coloring sea tiles on the minimap would be nice. With regards to the last reply maybe Factories should enable that function?
Sea tiles are already coloured at a lower opacity than land tiles.
 

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Sea tiles are already coloured at a lower opacity than land tiles.
Do you know where one could change the exact opacity?
 

Leoreth

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It's in the DLL, unfortunately.
 

Uncle Paul

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It's in the DLL, unfortunately.
Leoreth, if you're interested, there's a really old game called "Africa Trail" that I used to play when I was a kid (almost 20 years ago now, I'm old), that has some really cool songs in it that could be used for when you're playing as an African civ. I'm not quite sure how to extract them from the files, but I can try, there is a track or two that is middle eastern sounding that could be added to that soundtrack, and the rest could be added to the Africa soundtrack. I know a fair amount about music, and I'm happy to find more tracks for the soundtrack and give some suggestions about how to use them, if you're interested.
 
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