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Very cool, @ChezJfrey! :onya2
I always enabled Alt+Tabbing by using windowed mode, which works relatively well.
But it indeed isn't a 100%...
That version IS quite ancient. You should probably consider updating to the latest version; see the link in my signature! :(o)
Though I don't...
There used to be a bug at some point where the game didn't register passengers as being on the ship they were on.
I think I may have fixed that...
Very strange. Then either he is on a different ship OR the skill contributions failed to update.
Please try this:
Changing his job description to...
When an NPC levels up, he/she must assign the new skill points to something. What skill is chosen depends on the "importance".
This is why a...
Easiest is to open your PROGRAM\Characters\officers_init.c file with Notepad.
I'm writing from memory here, so I might have the exact filename a...
Glad to hear you got it sorted! :woot
Thanks for confirming! :onya2
In that case, probably better to reduce the number in ships_init.c .
I don't imagine anyone is going to be updating...
It is, yes.
It sounds very strange.
Only two reasons I can think of is that you're editing a different file than the game actually uses for some...
You don't happen to have multiple installations of the game by any chance?
Or any Windows 10 security / Program Files weirdness going on?
Couldn't be easier. Just click on the personal flag design in the F2>Nations Relations interface and you can switch.
In fact, the first time you...
There are only two possible causes: Either the file isn't in the same folder as the Installer EXE or the filename does not match exactly.
Sounds like a sensible idea to me.
As long as the new files are editable, it should be possible to mod them whichever way is necessary. :onya2
I can't remember of it works, but you could try to use any poisoned weapon.
This is of course inspired by how Blackbeard was killed in PotC 4.
The PotC INI particles were usually just modded with Notepad or such.
If you can come up with a better alternative that works at least equally...
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