Then it is the textures, presumably those of the old provinces as the game uses the one for their old shape and size and trying to make them fit (which tend to leave blue spots or just make them look weird (unless the new ones such as Cenomani in northern Italy is completely blue, then the problem is that the textures are not properly generated, in that case the easiest thing is to just play with the political and other non-terrain map modes)). Try removing all files in the province_textures folder (or renaming it and creating an empty folder with that name) in the [EU:ROME]/map/cache folder. That should generate textures for all provinces the next time you start, and all should get their terrain displayed properly.
It doesn't work to me, it all works perfectly untill I choose one country and click to play, then the game get blocked in the interface between I choose a country and you start to play in the part of adapting history. Vanilla works perfectly
hi i cant launch the mod in the list at the game starting there is only default when i select the mod list
ive put to the folder "mod"
and ive put the folfer you find inside the folder you download
my version of rome is the last 232 and i have vista
I don't know, maybe try reinstalling if you haven't already. Sorry if this doesn't help.
ok np its the third time i reinstall its always the same problem :/
now it works i forgot to put the video i though it was useless .. :/ sorry for spamming lof ^^
edit: an other problem now the game always crash when i choose "single player" after the chargement of the game
Last edited by Giuliano; 03-09-2011 at 03:06.
Have you set the game language to english (l_english in settings.txt)?
nothing to do so ... :/
Last edited by Giuliano; 04-09-2011 at 00:47.
Noticed something, you have Rome installed in Program Files, but Vista (and 7) is IIRC quite picky about what can be done there, maybe try reinstalling the game in another location (such as C:\Games which is what I use, basically just when it asks where to install it replace the Program Files part with Games) in case that is the problem (or messing with Windows settings but that should be avoided unless one really knows what one is doing).