Few bug fixes (after so long trying to discover what caused them)
Hope it's better now
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my name is jonas
I like the mod overall but it's very unpolished and needs some more work. These are some of the problems I noticed almost immediately when I loaded the mod up for the first time: a lot of countries don't have ruling parties at the start of the game, some of the province names are messed up, there is an extra light bulb icon that messes up the technology screen and there is some overlap happening on the decisions screen as well. I looked into the mod files and these problems are very easy to fix. Just give me a discord link or something if you need some help.
Friend, please solve the mod problems and then pass me the files. ;_; pleeease
Lots of South American events are broken, plus lots or pops are wrong i fixed most here Drive.google.com i might have missed some countries, also changed a few so they wouldn't be systematically crippled like Israel as an example.
countries' literacy rate or techs dont change in any start except for the USA, is this a bug? am I the only one who has this?
BUG: Conquering Portugal with Brazil, enables the decision to form the empire "The Luso_Brazilian Empire", once selected, it is reactivated infinitely on its own, even after the empire has already been formed.
Can someone help me, the ui for provinces is bugged, and so is the icon for the conditions of decisions, has someone found a fix?
no puedo declarar guerra a un pais latinoamericano teniendo un casus beli activo
Bro, quizás no veas esto pero, cuando abro el juego todo el una locura, Brazil es Suiza, Suiza es Portugal, etc. Sabes como arreglarlo?
Eso me paso cuando instale la traduccion, quiza el mod no es compatible y se cambian todas las palabras de lugar, o eso me paso a mi y ahora juego en ingles :(
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