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couple of questions - 1/20/2008 1:18:49 AM   
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ok ive not played COG in well over a year but it seems the same problem with auto trade exists. i assume clickin trade expert turns on auto trade right? then on the set policy screen u can select who to trade with and what to trade etc.

no matter which options i click the computer still buys and sells random items, or am i doin somethin wrong! i remember posting about this in late 2005 and bein told it would soon be fixed but it doesnt look like it. if this feature worked it would really take away some of the micromanagement.

also, i keep gettin messaged about treaties to ratify but i cant seem to click on them to ratify. i goto the treaties page but when i click on the treaty nothin happens.

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RE: couple of questions - 1/20/2008 4:00:12 AM   
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If you turn on the trade expert then "he" will randomly create trade routes for you.
If you would rather make your own, then uncheck the box.
As for your treaties, highlight "my treaties" at the bottom of the screen or scroll through them, if you have one to ratify it will have options there for you to click.
Have fun, this game is alot of fun to play, have you tried patching using the latest beta patch? (version 1.2.26 iirc)

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RE: couple of questions - 1/20/2008 11:50:39 AM   
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i was under the impression that the trade expert would follow the guideline i set on the policy screen, is this not the case?

on the main screen i have a message sayin that there is a treaty proposal to respond to. On the treaty screen there is a loan treaty between russia and spain (me) but wherever i click nothing happens!

i have the latest beta patch

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RE: couple of questions - 1/20/2008 2:45:42 PM   
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"on the main screen i have a message sayin that there is a treaty proposal to respond to. On the treaty screen there is a loan treaty between russia and spain (me) but wherever i click nothing happens!"

Go to dipomacy, view treaties, find treaty you need to respond to and read it,  then make you're decision.

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RE: couple of questions - 1/20/2008 2:55:05 PM   
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Almost forgot, after view treaties you can simply click, my treaties.

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RE: couple of questions - 1/20/2008 10:03:07 PM   
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yeah ive git the treaties sorted now. but what about the buggy auto trade, is this ever gonna be fixed?

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RE: couple of questions - 1/21/2008 12:54:18 AM   
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"yeah ive git the treaties sorted now. but what about the buggy auto trade, is this ever gonna be fixed?"

It's better that you trade yourself, buggy or not.

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RE: couple of questions - 2/6/2008 8:20:05 PM   
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My question has nothing to do with treaties, but I do have a question.

The earliest campaign starts in 1792.  This corresponds with actual history.

My understanding is the 1820 campaign actually corresponds with the boundaries in 1789.  Why not just call the 1820 campaign a fictionalized 1789 campaign?  I haven't played the 1820 campaign, but I would imagine the bulk of the developments would already be in place by 1820, whereas in 1789 virtually all the countries would be starting with bare minimums.

I like the 1792 campaign because it gives you the earliest entry into the period.  However, you enter the 1792 campaign with France already at war with Prussia and Austria.  If you start earlier, the French player might be able to avert this war with Prussia and Austria.

I'm not complaining.  I'm just curious what the thinking was.  And I'm curious whether the designers would ever consider a 1789 campaign.   

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