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Tribolute said:You'll only be wearing underwear and a cape while updating
GeneralHannibal said:So can you be a bit more detailed?
GeneralHannibal said:What do you mean you've split the RBM into 3/5 scenarios? Will they be re-integrated in the end? What are the differences?
Yukala said:Well, I was thinking to keep that part 'under wraps' for awhile.
Clone then swap and change might be a better description than 'split'. Each, are of the whole world complete.
Gormadoc said:Whats the status on making it less slow. Beta 4 was near standstill for my pathetic PC. o
yea i allready am doing that in all my various hoi2 installs. Was a bit surprised when i first tried it how greatly it increased speed. I think i will need to upgrade my amount of ram to be able to play this mod. oYukala said:In the short term:
Update to save computer resources:
Here is the info for saving computer processing.
Open 'GFX' folder, open units folder therein, rename 'units' to 'units_old' and create a new 'units' folder, in it place one sprite like "T-BATTLESHIP A-FIRE etc." into the newly made 'units' folder.
Secondly go to the settings file on bottom and change the '1' to '0' on the second line where it says #MUSIC.
Also go to the sfx folder and rename the 'wave' folder to 'wave_old'.
This should disable sprites from loading and sound/music from playing.