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Unusable Cities In Cxl Platinum

Discussion in 'General Forum' started by oldswede, Dec 7, 2014.

  1. oldswede

    oldswede Vagabond

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    Does anyone have a fix for sixteen or so cities that are unusable because they all request a harbor when no harbor site is available. On my computer these cities are bordered in red when brought up to be named.
    I have several posts on the official game site but get no answer.
    Anyone that has an answer to make these cities usable may contact me at <cej@sasktel.net>
    Thank you
     
  2. The Funky Monk

    The Funky Monk Moderator
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    Not sure what you mean. What do you mean bordered in red when being named? Post some screenshots of your problem.
     
  3. oldswede

    oldswede Vagabond

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    The unusable cities have a red border on my computer when I call them up.
    To name a few of these cities, Cayman Islands, Green Mountain, The eroded coast, The Rocky Island, etc.
    These require a harbor and have no harbor site.
     
  4. The Funky Monk

    The Funky Monk Moderator
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    Those are the new maps that came with CXL 2012. The only maps that need a harbour are island maps.
     
  5. oldswede

    oldswede Vagabond

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    That is correct, and these maps also comes with CXL Platinum. On my computers, Acer all-in-one and HP laptop, these new maps have a red border around the picture when called up and when named to play, they all want a harbor instead of a road.
    Thank you for your reply.
     

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