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dt03457 wrote:On July 7, 2009 there was a comment in this post about hovering the mouse over a tert and seeing:
"Territories on the map: Highlight (with a certain convention) the territories that border this territory.
6 different options atm: Border (2-way attack), attack-only, defend-only, bombard, bombarded by, mutual bombard"
I see the six different conventions on the map, but don't have a key to tell me what is what. Some I have figured out and some I think i know, but I would like to be certain. Does someone have the map legend/key?
ender516 wrote:When you get to the userscripts.org page for BOB, be sure to click the Install button in the top right corner. Don't be fooled by enormous "Download Now" buttons that are in fact ads. (I think they are labelled as ads, but it can be hard to spot.)
Perhaps we should change the link from the /show/ form to the /install/ form.
ender516 wrote:You didn't accidentally disable Greasemonkey, did you? Have you tried reinstalling it?
Crazyirishman wrote:ender516 wrote:You didn't accidentally disable Greasemonkey, did you? Have you tried reinstalling it?
Yes I checked to see if I accidentally disabled it, but it was enabled. I then uninstalled and reinstalled greasemonkey but the add ons still aren't working for me. Every time I try to download I just get the script page and the code used for the code.
ender516 wrote:Crazyirishman wrote:ender516 wrote:You didn't accidentally disable Greasemonkey, did you? Have you tried reinstalling it?
Yes I checked to see if I accidentally disabled it, but it was enabled. I then uninstalled and reinstalled greasemonkey but the add ons still aren't working for me. Every time I try to download I just get the script page and the code.
Does this happen for all scripts, or just BOB?
ender516 wrote:All I can suggest at this point is to start eliminating other add-ons and plugins from Firefox. Alternatively, you could set up a fresh profile in Firefox and work your way up.
ender516 wrote:Do you have an example game or a screenshot?
ender516 wrote:Hmm, apparently the XML on this map has been modified recently in order to take advantage of the new collections feature which provides progressive bonuses for holding varying numbers of territories in a bonus zone. Previously there was a complicated interlocking set of continents which provided the peculiar progression of values. Now the code is simpler, but at first glance I am not convinced that it is equivalent to the old code or that it provides the numbers listed on the map legend. I will investigate further and let you know what I find.
Okay, since this XML has been up for a month at least, if the bonuses were not working properly, there would have been a great hue and cry, and what I read in the XML Guide has straightened me out (when all else fails, RTFM). So the problem is that BOB does not understand how to report collections. Okay, that goes on the list of things to fix.
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