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    (>^_^;)> move it! Member Hotseat_User's Avatar
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    Default Strange control-interface in battles.

    Hello, I have a problem with the control interface in battles since, uhhm one week or so.
    I'm kind of getting annoyed of it, because I loose much time on pausing the battle to hit the right buttons and searching them everytime on the places where they once appeard. :whine:

    In the battles, the minimap is on the topright, the unit controls are on the topmid if i make them appear with, F6 or F7 and the unittabs are on the bottomleft. It's same like in A Very Super Market's picture in the february screenshot competetion ( https://forums.totalwar.org/vb/showp...&postcount=110 ) and maybe one can give me advice, how I can get back my good old interface

    Thanks for help, H_U
    Last edited by Hotseat_User; 03-03-2009 at 12:27.
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    Default Re: Strange control-interface in battles.

    Toggle Minimal UI in the Trivial Script.

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    Default Re: Strange control-interface in battles.

    grrr thank u
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