alternate terrain textures

The Seven Years’ War was fought across the globe and called by some the first “World War” as virtually every major power participated. In the center of events was Prussia, almost constantly at war and lead by the now legendary Frederick the Great.

Relive the exciting and trying days of Frederick the Great in Horse and Musket: Volume I, the improved and expanded combination of the previous Prussian War Machine and Prussia’s Glory titles. Horse and Musket: Volume I is a reboot of the successful Horse and Musket series, including not only two solid historical titles in one package, but also many new game features, a powerful new editor, and a complete graphics overhaul to an already acclaimed gaming system.

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siRkid
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alternate terrain textures

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How do you use the alternate terrain textures? I did not see an option on the menu. Thanks for the update!
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There should be a sub-folder in the Windows start menu with the shortcuts, a Command Prompt box should appear briefly while it copies the files, if the shortcuts are not there, you can go to the actual AlternateGroundTextures sub-folder and open one of the .bat files, and that should switch the files for you. 

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Got it working thanks. Looks great.
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RE: alternate terrain textures

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The textures in the patch are definitely an improvement. I'm playing with the new ones from Magnus, the game looks more clear and readable. Good work.
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