Hey, first off, thanks for all your work.
When I double click Bare Geomod after opening Geomod I get this error message:
"The following file is untraceable: data\text\historic_events.txt.strings.bin
The program will exit now."
There is a setting in BG's CFG file that you may have to adjust:
You can either set 'windowed' to 0 (zero) or you can adjust the resolution numbers to your desktop resolution and remove the hash sign in front of the lines.Code:[video] movies = 0 windowed = 1 borderless_window = 1 #battle_resolution = 1920 1080 #campaign_resolution = 1920 1080 #tga_width = 1920 #tga_aspect = 1.9
Set 'movies' to 1 (one ) if you wish to see the intro movies.
The last two lines are related to taking screenshots, for more details about that see here.
thanks again! Something else popped up. When I hit start to begin a new campaign it crashes. Here's the last bit of the log when it crashed. I can't figure out how to upload the whole .txt file. (There's a lot)
07:26:18.689 [system.io] [info] exists: found mods/Bare_Geomod/data/world/maps/base/descr_sounds_music_types.txt (from: C:\Program Files (x86)\Steam\steamapps\common\Medieval II Total War)
07:26:18.689 [system.io] [trace] file open,,15018398,2751
07:26:18.689 [system.io] [info] open: found mods/Bare_Geomod/data/world/maps/base/descr_sounds_music_types.txt (from: C:\Program Files (x86)\Steam\steamapps\common\Medieval II Total War)
07:26:19.544 [system.rpt] [error] Uh oh. This isn't good. No idea why, but exiting now. Sorry pal.
1. If this is about your mod and not thee Geomod tool then please open a thread in the mapping workshop
2. Long TXT files can be easily compressed (7Zip is freeware) and then attached here via the Go Advanced option, else upload at a service of your choice and provide the link
3. Always describe what you have done since last your mod worked - that will make bug hunting easier.
So I downloaded it and installed it and when I click on it to run it it brings up a small window saying Browse for Folder, what folder is that supposed to be? I've tried looking on the thread, but I'm the brightest person and couldn't find it, so to help me could you just tell me the name of the folder?
The manual will be most helpful.
Check in the manual - there is a list of percentage errors at the end that should point you into the general direction of the error.
I had the cursor on the map problem so after searching this thread I checked "Disable display scaling on high DPI settings." However I now cannot access most of the functions since it is now at a bad resolution and I can't adjust the size of the window. I've tried adjusting my screen's resolution but that didn't solve anything either.
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