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Greetings :)

Is there any way that I can decrease the turn speed? It seems that every three seconds a turn is made but I find that to be too fast for my taste. I prefer a turn to be made every five to seven seconds or even every ten seconds to be honest.

I do realize that this is a real time pause-able game, but I find it rather annoying to have to keep clicking that tiny pause button as frequently as I have had to. Sometimes my mouse click won't register or I misclick. Also, sometimes I receive about ten messages in one turn! And yes I do have the game to display messages from every NPC, friend or foe or none of the above, because I want to know what they're up to. I'm no speed reader either.

If it is not possible to change turn rate further than what is allowed in game, is there at least some way that I can bind my space bar key to the go/pause button? That would make pausing the game less of a problem and would be an acceptable solution.

Please. And thank you.