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    Night time during winter/spring/fall/summer

    In the misc.txt file we can set night hours:

    Code:
    # Night hours during winter - used in land unit speed calculations. Values: 0.0 (Disabled) to 24.0
    	0.0 #0.0
    # Night hours during spring and fall - used in land unit speed calculations. Values: 0.0 (Disabled) to 24.0
    	0.0 #0.0
    # Night hours during summer - used in land unit speed calculations. Values: 0.0 (Disabled) to 24.0
    	0.0 #0.0
    -For game terms when starts and finish winter, spring, fall and summer?
    -If we can set a max of 24 h night why we can't set 24 hours day? maybe disabled value must be -1
    -It's only used for speed calculations or combat modifiers are aplied too?
    -As a future change can the the spring and fall modifier be divided in two?

    Thanks

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    Quote Originally Posted by Gukan View Post
    In the misc.txt file we can set night hours:

    Code:
    # Night hours during winter - used in land unit speed calculations. Values: 0.0 (Disabled) to 24.0
    	0.0 #0.0
    # Night hours during spring and fall - used in land unit speed calculations. Values: 0.0 (Disabled) to 24.0
    	0.0 #0.0
    # Night hours during summer - used in land unit speed calculations. Values: 0.0 (Disabled) to 24.0
    	0.0 #0.0
    -For game terms when starts and finish winter, spring, fall and summer?
    -If we can set a max of 24 h night why we can't set 24 hours day? maybe disabled value must be -1
    -It's only used for speed calculations or combat modifiers are aplied too?
    -As a future change can the the spring and fall modifier be divided in two?

    Thanks
    Can i relaunch the question?

    Thanks

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