I tried putting -ne, -w and -windowed in the directory thing but it doesnt work, also the option doest appear in the RS2 preference thing. How can I go about this.
I think it has something to do with how the game is seperated into many mod folders.
As far as I know none of those commands work, I myself tried the -ai command (all factions are ai controlled) as I like to watch the ai fight each other every now and then but it did not work.
Did you make sure that there is a space beteween 'cam' and '-ne'? With no space it doesnt work for me, but with a space it works.
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I actually got it work! This is how I did:
In the top folder of the installation, I opened the RS2_RTW command file with wordpad (RS_RTW because I'm launching with RTW and not BI or Alex)
Scrolled down to this line:
START /MAX rometw.exe -nm -show_err -ne -modlay_Rome_One_Turn
(lay_Rome_One_Turn because that's the campaign I'm playing) and typed in the -ne command as shown above.
Saved and closed wordpad
Double click on the command file to open and play the game
Hmm I think I might have gotten the gist of it tho, ya see, I believe the -ne in the launcher does work, you have to change the resolution in video options to a lower setting and then press the computer screen to the right of the resolution drop box, the one that says apply resolution change. And boom, windowed. I just assumed it would work like Medieval 2 total war.
And now you dont have to change the file Sweavenger.
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