Nova  [developer] Apr 9 @ 5:06am
Changelog [Version 1.6.5]
Here are the fixes for 1.6.5

- Fixed a bug that prevented the game from loading when Spanish language was selected
- Fixed Spanish language being difficult to select from the drop down list in the Options menu
- Fixed Curse ability not working
- Fixed German version not showing the intro cinematic with German subtitles
- Improved language customization support: CustomCinematicsTutorialLanguage tag in GUI.xml now also changes Codex and Map legend
Last edited by Nova; May 1 @ 7:25am
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Bengala Apr 9 @ 5:11am 
thx
Air73 Apr 9 @ 5:31am 
The people behind the voluntary French translation (this one was asked often, but there's maybe some others translations in progress, idk !) will probably appreciate your improvements for them, if they haven't abandonned the project.
In the same way... in the readme text file (/user/my games/E:C/Override) you say: "STEAM ACHIEVEMENTS:The achievements can only be obtained if the game is played in one of the official languages (English or Spanish) not when using a custom one.".
Obviously there's more than 2 "official" languages now, but with all the improvement you've added since this readme text file was created, an "unofficial" language doesn't allow getting achievements ?
RaT Apr 9 @ 10:12am 
It would be great if you could integrate a cloud savegame feature. I played about 40h on my mac book and I really like to transfer the savegame to my pc.
Nova  [developer] Apr 9 @ 2:08pm 
You can copy paste your save games. They are platform independent.
varúlfur Apr 9 @ 2:13pm 
i wish you could add the animation skip. watching 18 enemies move takes like 3 minutes, it's really boring
Nova  [developer] Apr 9 @ 2:53pm 
You can speed up the combat animation speed in options>gameplay
RaT Apr 10 @ 3:09am 
Originally posted by Nova:
You can copy paste your save games. They are platform independent.

The problem is: I am not able to find my savegames on the MAC. I am using a MacBookPro from 2009 with OSX 10.8. And playing the steamversion of Expeditions: Conquistador.
On the Internet I found several thread saing the savegames are at: ".local/share/Expeditions Conquistador". But there is no ".local/" folder on my MAC.

Maybe you know how to find the savegames?
Nova  [developer] Apr 10 @ 3:24am 
I think on Mac, you need to show hidden folders for you to be able to see the .local folder.
Mick_Frenzy Apr 10 @ 6:34am 
Originally posted by RaT:
Originally posted by Nova:
You can copy paste your save games. They are platform independent.

The problem is: I am not able to find my savegames on the MAC. I am using a MacBookPro from 2009 with OSX 10.8. And playing the steamversion of Expeditions: Conquistador.
On the Internet I found several thread saing the savegames are at: ".local/share/Expeditions Conquistador". But there is no ".local/" folder on my MAC.

Maybe you know how to find the savegames?

Open your Terminal om your Mac and write:

defaults write com.apple.finder AppleShowAllFiles TRUE
killall Finder

This will show you all of the hidden files and folders on your operating system. If you want to reverse the command replace TRUE with FALSE.

Then open Finder and find your main disc (The one with your name). In there your click the .local folder. Here you will find your games. Choose Expeditions Conquistador --> Saves-folder.

This should help you out.

For more info go to http://www.mactricksandtips.com/2008/04/show-hidden-files.html
ephemeraltoast Apr 10 @ 7:24pm 
Thank you!
RaT Apr 11 @ 12:47am 
Originally posted by Mick_Frenzy:
Originally posted by RaT:

The problem is: I am not able to find my savegames on the MAC. I am using a MacBookPro from 2009 with OSX 10.8. And playing the steamversion of Expeditions: Conquistador.
On the Internet I found several thread saing the savegames are at: ".local/share/Expeditions Conquistador". But there is no ".local/" folder on my MAC.

Maybe you know how to find the savegames?

Open your Terminal om your Mac and write:

defaults write com.apple.finder AppleShowAllFiles TRUE
killall Finder

This will show you all of the hidden files and folders on your operating system. If you want to reverse the command replace TRUE with FALSE.

Then open Finder and find your main disc (The one with your name). In there your click the .local folder. Here you will find your games. Choose Expeditions Conquistador --> Saves-folder.

This should help you out.

For more info go to http://www.mactricksandtips.com/2008/04/show-hidden-files.html

Thanks for the help, I got it :) Now I can continue playing without fps drops :-)

Thank you Mick_Frenzy and Nova!
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