Look at the links at the bottom. Download will automatically proceed it it does not, Steam messed up, look at the links section - Fix Steam install - Enable this mod.
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Steam broke your download. Start civ5, go to the mods page, be patient and wait for all mods to be downloaded. I insist: be patient or you will break things again. If Steam continuously fails, try a manual install from the official thread see the links section. Disable them or install them manuallly from a third-party source.
Achievements are disabled whenever you play through the mods menu, this is not specific to IGE. On the civ5 window to save your game there is a button to save as a map rather than a mere savegame. See the hex picture at the bottom left of the terrain edition panel? You need to save and reload. See links at the bottom. Below that it's usable but uncomfortable. However creating an adjustable UI to improve that would be far too much work for my taste Civ5 is no Windows or iOS and its UI systems are pretty simple and I don't want to shrink everything and mess up the user experience on most common resolutions.
Those three bugs are caused by the game or your graphics drivers, not by IGE. I cannot fix them. Crashes caused by mods stacking when reloading a savegame in-game: - Disable mods that are no longer available on Steam such as Hulfgar's postmod expansion.
Look for them on the web or on CivFanatics and perform a manual install instead. No mod is at fault, only civ5 is. Could you also surround your whole Civ with mountains and guarantee untouchability with land units?
Yep, although they could embark over ocean tiles and come at you that way. With ranged units, sinking those embarked units would be easy as they generally have reduced defense while in the water. Otherwise, it's a promotion that is gained through experience and not likely to be chosen by the AI in most cases.
Kero K says I've just tested this on the Civ V Ultimate version and all seems good enough without any crashes. The only problem with it is actually my own personal preference the fact that it takes more than half of the screen. He COULD make it scale to different resolutions better, but it would take a massive amount of work so it's focused on really high-res monitors since those are more common now.
Zack says Does a trainer exist that would be able to enable and disable research advancement? Essentially allowing you to control when civ can start the next era.
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I am not aware of a Mod that does this specifically. The Ingame Editor would only let you control each civs' tech level and push them back if you needed to. It would take too much micromanagement, unfortunately. If you want Civs to spend more time in each era, try slower game speeds, which will slow the pace of the game and make everything including research take longer to complete.
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Sivfan says Just got this thing and it has revealed quite a bit of the mechanics of the game. Like natural wonders are a terrain feature and that the system allows for it to have resources, and improvements on it.
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I use it to scout the map before I start start new game, save, open save with ige and reveal map. This method is better than the debug because it shows all resources, even hidden ones. It does not show ruins though. Can't get this to make rivers though. Am I missing something? Brilliant fun. I wanted to edit a map though and play from the beginning with all players hidden in certain placements, is this possible?
I believe it can do what you want - you are able to use it as a fully featured map editor. On the civ5 window to save your game there is a button to save as a map rather than a mere savegame. Carl says So I've been having a bug where when my units reached a cloud that should have disappeared due to that area now being explored they just go underneath the cloud and it doesn't disappear. Sorry, I've never seen this happen in-game. I know the Ingame Editor can let you flag areas as explored and such. There are caches in this game that can be cleared, which might help your problem.
You can do a search for that, and sometimes reloading the game will correct those issues. All I have seen are invisible Mountains - very annoying.
I just used IGE to explore the entire map, great sucess! Brad says I believe so - you have Steam, right? Do a search for it in the Steam Workshop if so. Edit: I guess it's actually a pain to install Mods on a Mac.
I was not aware of this. You have to go beyond manual installation and apparently insert code yourself. Sorry, folks. Sounds like manually inserting codes will be a huge pain.. Oh Well! Thank you for the help though! Billah says I know this comment is a while on, but this mod is compatible with a mac. Although I have civ on steam I couldn't download the mod via the workshop so I downloaded it from the civfanatics page and did it manually instead.