Re: [Freeciv] Caravan Problem?
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Todd Goodman wrote:
> Don't select the city for the goto. Stop the caravan one square outside
> the city. Then when you manually move it into the city it should ask
> you if you want to help build the wonder or establish a trade route
> (if the city is building a wonder or meets the rules for a trade
> -----Original Message-----
> From: owner-freeciv@xxxxxxxxxxxx [mailto:owner-freeciv@xxxxxxxxxxxx]On
> Behalf Of Scott Wegener
> Sent: Tuesday, January 05, 1999 10:59 PM
> To: freeciv@xxxxxxxxxxx
Thanks to Todd and David for the answer, that was driving me nuts, not
to mention making me lose BADLY(well, at least contributing to it!)..for
another newbie question.:( The only way I've seen to get untits to
attack other units is to use Goto, and then clear the Goto flag. I know
how pitiful these 2 questions probably are, but I have RTFM/docs..Is
there a way to just attack but NOT move/try to move into a square?
Example: Units with move capability of 2+ or sitting on roads/railroads
blocking a pass, I don't want them to get out of position, but I DO want
them to attack anything that comes within range..
> Subject: [Freeciv] Caravan Problem?
> Hey all,
> Just started playing FreeCiv on Linux after playing Civilization for a
> while in the past, and seem to be having a problem with caravans- I
> select a caravan and 'goto' a city building a wonder, but then have no
> way to make it help build the wonder, or establish a trade route for
> other cities. Looked through the README, HOWTOPLAY, and online docs,
> there something I'm missing here? Orders menu doesn't show an option
> for either, so is this now a 'hidden command'? FreeCiv ver is 1.7.2,
> running on RH Linux 5.2 mostly standard. Thanks in Advance!
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