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Lysimaque -> Make name of city, village, neighbourhood,visible on map (8/31/2017 2:52:58 PM)

Hi, i want to make an aar on this game but i couldnt find where i could see the name of all key places on the map.

And By the way, why dont you realease a dlc about Syrian War, would be very interesting .




Crossroads -> RE: Make name of city, village, neighbourhood,visible on map (8/31/2017 5:17:51 PM)


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ORIGINAL: Lysimaque

Hi, i want to make an aar on this game but i couldnt find where i could see the name of all key places on the map.

And By the way, why dont you realease a dlc about Syrian War, would be very interesting .


Hello Lysimaque!

First, the timeframe of the Order of Battles ends at 1985, so that's how modern we can go.

As for map labels, you can toggle them on via Menu -> Display -> Labels

Hope this helps [:)]




Lysimaque -> RE: Make name of city, village, neighbourhood,visible on map (9/5/2017 6:27:16 PM)

I dont have label on my display label.




Crossroads -> RE: Make name of city, village, neighbourhood,visible on map (9/5/2017 6:53:19 PM)

Sorry, that's right... Does Alt key work for you? I am not at my computer, will check this up later.




Crossroads -> RE: Make name of city, village, neighbourhood,visible on map (9/5/2017 6:57:49 PM)

Or was it Shift, then Alt. Something like that. Maybe someone else can help out here?




Crossroads -> RE: Make name of city, village, neighbourhood,visible on map (9/7/2017 5:43:56 PM)

I tried this now with CSME 1.x and it is indeed so that if you press Shift the labels are visible for the duration you keep Shift pressed. If you want to have them toggled on, you keep Shift down and then press Alt. It was how it was with old JTCS titles as well.

By the way, for CSM£ 2.0, we are replacing this with having a Toolbar icon, hot key, and Menu item for performing the trick. User interface has been at a centre of quite a major facelift as you might have noticed, if you've happened to have a look at some of the Sneak Peek screenshots we've been posting lately.

Yes, no more silliness like that particular kludge.




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