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    Checking for national focus on a province

    The title pretty much says it all. I'm trying to find out if there is a way to check if a province has a specific national focus and so far I've found nothing about it in the vanilla scripts. Is this possible to do?
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    You mean like a scope for event scripting? If so, then no, there's no scope as far as I'm aware.

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    Well, not quite. What I'd like is a command rather that will return a true or false value if its provided with a certain national focus, so I can check if a state has a specific one. E.g. under a province scope I'm imagining I could hypothetically use something like: state = { national_focus = promote_craftsmen }
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    Nationality: British & German
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    Issues: Secularism, nationalism, pro-military, state capitalism/planned economy, residency/anti-immigration.

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    Check out my mod: The Great War: 1914

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    Quote Originally Posted by Naggafin View Post
    Well, not quite. What I'd like is a command rather that will return a true or false value if its provided with a certain national focus, so I can check if a state has a specific one. E.g. under a province scope I'm imagining I could hypothetically use something like: state = { national_focus = promote_craftsmen }
    No, there is no such command of which I'm aware.

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