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Very strange. Even if the functions somehow failed, it should be stopping to ask for input the moment you open it.installed python 3.3 to make sure. still not working. do i have to be running in an english locale?
It is coded in 3.3.6, though that really shouldn't cause any issues.I have a same issue. +i installed python 3.3.3 already.
As to the on_actions issue, that seems to be Cybr's fault due to how he set up the on_actions
I'll get it fixed.
Running the installer more than once will mess things up, since it moves the modules (as copying would be incredibly slow in comparison).
Could you try using this installer? http://www.mediafire.com/download/ri86qdppyfinyv8/HIP.exeGetting an error whenever I try to use the installer provided, here is a snapshot of the error. Similarly to others - it opens and instantly closes.
win7 64bit is the only information I can imagine as relevant atm
Yes. The alternative is installation taking an order of magnitude or two longer to finish.What if you want to change your settings? Do you need to manually remove the mod folder and extract the archive again to start over?
Could you try using this installer? http://www.mediafire.com/download/ri86qdppyfinyv8/HIP.exe
Yeah, the issue was French diacritics clashing with the encoding set for your command line. The .7z has been replaced once more, fixing to my knowledge every issue reported so far.That worked fine, filesize is also identical to my manually "compiled" one. Also, I noticed that Latin Empire is called "Romania" with the english PB/SWMH names. Is this really intentional?
That worked fine, filesize is also identical to my manually "compiled" one. Also, I noticed that Latin Empire is called "Romania" with the english PB/SWMH names. Is this really intentional?