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    Default Proper Wonders on the Battlefield

    Sorry guys - posted this question in the wrong forum earlier!
    This looks like a great mod - unfortunately, when I try to play the custom battles, the Wonders aren't there. Clearly I'm doing something wrong. Do I have to download the entire modified descr_strat file, rather than just pasting in the "wonders/resources" section? If so, problem solved! I'd appreciate any advice, especially if Epistolary Richard happens to read this.

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    Default Re: Proper Wonders on the Battlefield

    Never mind. I'd forgotten to delete a file - it all works perfectly now!

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    Default Re: Proper Wonders on the Battlefield

    Ah, good old map.rwm...

    General message, any changes to the map (including adding custom tiles, which is what Proper Wonders does) requires you to delete the map.rwm file from either the campaign folder or the base folder (for imperial campaigns) before you launch the campaign.
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    Default Re: Proper Wonders on the Battlefield

    Quote Originally Posted by Epistolary Richard
    Ah, good old map.rwm...

    General message, any changes to the map (including adding custom tiles, which is what Proper Wonders does) requires you to delete the map.rwm file from either the campaign folder or the base folder (for imperial campaigns) before you launch the campaign.
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    Yep, that was my downfall. When in doubt, read the instructions...

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