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Sweet, will do. Next on the agenda is adding unmapped/ bad match kingdoms in then maybe decisions depending on how many there are. Did you actually manage to get the country generation sorted then, or is it just a preliminary setup?
Pure awesome thank you so much used the latest converter and everything worked perfectly thanks again!
Although with that said it crashes when I hover over the Centre of Trade button on the province screen. Mostly because there isn't any maybe you just should put the default CoT's in?
Well, I need to get localization (for the country names) and ruler names in place before a release, but it does generate tags and country files (with the correct colors even!). Fortunately, this is something I can work on when I'm too frustrated/depressed to keep figuring out army.navy stuff. I'm so not cut out to be a systems engineer…
Oh! One thing if possible, put all the new EU3 countries in a new section at the bottom of countries.txt, just so its clear that they're from the (prepepared) mod.
Is there a way to easily change a nation's tag to something else (in the savegame) without messing with anything else? For example, switching a giant Liege created by the converter into Karaman, while keeping its Turkish culture and Zikri religion.
I'm getting a crash, with a vanilla save game.
After "setting EU3 religions", it says:
"Error: Could not open C:\Program Files (x86)\Steam\SteamApps\Common\Europa Universalis III - Complete/mod/Converter/common/religion.txt"
Then it does more parsing and importing and setting up and converting. The very last line is "Converting Provinces." Then it crashes.
Any ideas on what I could be doing wrong? Thanks!
EDIT: Okay, I see the error message in the FAQ saying I can ignore it, but I'm still getting a (apparently unrelated?) crash after "Converting Provinces"
Double Edit: Never mind, I'm an idiot. User error. ;c)
Just want to thank you for all of the hard work on this. Playing a hands-off game, CK2 all the way to HOI3. Right now I'm towards the end of EU3, watching Pisa, Genoa, and Jerusalem duke it out for control of North America. ;c)
Out of curiousity; how tightly tied together is the "import ck2 save" and the "export eu3 save" parts of the converter? Once EU4 is released, could the latter be replaced by a new module that supports the sequel instead?