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Subject: [Freeciv] Re: a question
From: "martin.mcmahon" <martin.mcmahon@xxxxxxxxxxxxxx>
Date: Thu, 12 Apr 2001 15:23:33 +0100

Hello Mathias
the main problem is that ai's dont handle pollution.they have a "we dont care
about all this mess " thinking  :).It would be nice if the auto settlers
could do pollution for them.

On 11-Apr-01, Mathias Uhlmann wrote:
> 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.
>> 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?
Regards Martin
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