edbeard wrote:bryguy wrote:trk1994 wrote:hey bryguy, i was about to report the pampa error but it seems that you already know. you can check my game #2532322. thanks
yea i do, and guys, heres the fixed, its ACTUALLY fixed this time:
http://i115.photobucket.com/albums/n302 ... ap8x81.png
I made sure that pampa and lubbock are in the right spots now. And i figured out why the last fix didnt work....
... I switched the coords, then forgot that i had switched them and switched them back!
oh well, that should most definately work! (unless i made that mistake again.....)
well you haven't reposted your 'correct' version so there's no way for us to know it's correct.
Also, you took away all the - signs you say? When you open the XML from the webpage it has all sorts of extra stuff on there. So when you copy/paste it you'll get those - in the XML. So you didn't really 'fix' that problem. It's something that'll show up when you look at the XML on the site but isn't actually part of the XML.
No offense but you already posted one bad version and haven't posted your fixed one so I would just suggest they take mine.
Hath wrote:Not sure if I'm missing something from the map but uh...i can't fort from andrews to Pampas/Lubbock (whichever one it is-the one directly north).
DogComplex wrote:The territories of Pampa and Lubbock are switched in map ID's. I can't believe this wasn't picked up earlier. Please fix.
Anarkistsdream wrote:Says the guy with the drunk Irishman as his avatar!
Go Notre Dame!
flabio wrote:CHEERS!!!! to you and Erin.....
edbeard wrote:I see a lot of people having this
<?xml version="1.0" ?>
at the top of their XML. This is not necessary to my knowledge and is added when you view the XML with an XML editor. When you write the XML, <map> should always be at the start
XML Tutorial wrote:First of all, your XML file must begin with this on the first line:
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