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Subject: [Freeciv] Re: a question
From: Mathias Uhlmann <Mathias.Uhlmann@xxxxxx>
Date: Wed, 11 Apr 2001 12:51:30 +0200


Yes, there is a way. You can edit the savegame. There are two option
"globalwarming" and
"warminglevel". If you set one of these two to 99 (I need to try every time,
which one has to be changed.), globalwarming will stop. Or if you pick the
wrong one, global warming will occur in the next turn.


PS: You need to unzip (gzip -d) the savegame before you can edit it.

Emy wrote:

> Hi, my name is Emiliano and I have a problem with global warming: I'm
> playing a game with 13 IA-player and they are producing many tons of
> pollution => temperature is growing very fast (too fast) and terrains
> change soon.
> My question is: there is some method to stop the warming using some editors
> or something else?
> Thanks
> Emy

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