- Apr 7, 2018
Ok since Paradoxplaza kills my uploads i uploaded it on mediafire. Link in startpost.
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I tried your mod, but it doesn't work.UPDATE 1.9:
- Compatch for Frosty2
- Added the Visigothic culture to the Iberian tier in case someone uses it with other mods
Then i have no idea what is causing this...I'm using default HIP (I pressed enter for everything).
Did so and your sub mod and HIP are showing up just fine.Start the game (not launcher) and go into content settings and look at the mods there and if anything looks suspicious.
Steam.Are you using the steam or forum version?
Wait-- My mistake, it was the forum version. I mistook your meaning.can you try to use the forum version? if it works i know something is wrong with steam
this is probably why it didnt work. you only merge the history folders right?Wait-- My mistake, it was the forum version. I mistook your meaning.
Edit: Okay. For clarification, the Steam version works (I haven't actually tried to start a game, however). I am trying to integrate the Dalmatia and Sardinia parts of the mod into the Steam version.
I can't. I was talking about my first attempt with the forum version, which I've already deleted.well then you should be doing it correctly hmm. send me your mod via pm
given the fact that it is extremly far fetched that rome, sardinia or dalmatia were majorly "roman" in 867, i think that africa is a whole new level of bullshit.Wouldn't it make sense for Tunis or an adjacent costal province to be roman aswell? After all the Vandals adopted roman culture including the language that was there and the Umayyads never really forced the local population to adopt their ways (IIRC). But the culture itself just slowly faded away through the span of centuries.