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If the same solution works in Sengoku, I don't know. There is a flag folder in Sengoku, but it's empty.This is due to an error with the flag file cache. You can just delete the gfx/flags/flagfiles_*.dds files and it should work.
Thanks for the tip, but unfortunately that didn't help. Without the dds files in the coat of arms folder, as soon as I start the game it crashes while loading very early. Do you have another idea which could help. I am still helpless with this error. Thx a lot in advance.In other games from Paradox, like V2 the solution was:
If the same solution works in Sengoku, I don't know. There is a flag folder in Sengoku, but it's empty.
There are some .dds files in the coats_of_arms folder. Take a backup of them and delete them. See if that works.
If the game chrashes, just copy them back.
Hello Birken, thanks for the tip. I did writeflags and the generated tga contained flags (nothing black in there). BUT, still the little Mons are black. I attach a screenshot. DirectX, etc. is all up-to-date - so this cannot be it. It seems that for some reason the mons cannot be put on screen. Strange...Hi, try 'writeflags' in the console. It'll create the flagmap as an image file in your game directory.
Check if it's all black or has all the mon.
In sengoku we never cache any flagtextures on disc, since dynasties and clans can change too much during a session.