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- Dec 02 2014
- Forum: General Discussion - SR1936
- Topic: Supreme Ruler 1936 Version 8.3.12 Now Available
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Sure hope this fix the "leaking" petrolium bug I've gotten in every single game I've started (with the US at least). Saw steam had updated my game so I guess its this patch. Ops, no it updated to .14
I'm stumped, I've passed it along to George. We'll get back to you on this one. Any progress on this? I don't want to start a new game just to waste 10 hours on it before a gamebreaking bug like this occurs and force me to abandon my game. Or is this extremely rare so I probably won't see it again?
When you annex a country, will they integrate into your country over time. I annexed Mexico in 1938. Will they always be 100% loyal to Mexico or is there anything I can do to get them to accept that they're americans over time? In Hearts of Iron (simular game) over time they accept their "fate". Is ...
No. I'm even buying all the oil I can get my hands on, but its still in free fall.Balthagor wrote:Did you set up diplomatic trades with other regions?
Edit: It seemed to start after I annexed Mexico, atleast thats when I noticed it.
Haven't checked yet in 1936, but in the prequel SR:cold war you could set the minister to scarp outdated units.Heracles87 wrote:Wow! That sucks. Talk about micro management. I hope that is to be added to the game soon.SGTscuba wrote:No upgrading I'm afraid :(
Started a new game and tried to be as careful as possible with workforce, but down to 2.6% unemployment in July 37, So I checked around the world and the only countries I could find with over 3% unemployment was Spain and Germany with 3.4% and 3.1%. Rest I checked had 2.4%-2.7% Something is clearly ...
So yes you do get unemployment to go back up but it is slow and it is either based off inflation or social service Quality or both. I tiny fraction yes. When you start with 19.5% unemployment and put up SS to recommended and see it fall to 2.7% rapidly, when you then turn them "off" you get it up t...
In my games I find it is hinges off all of your social spending areas. If you have them all on recommended or higher you will have unemployment problems. I have to sacrifice some areas quite drastically but I have a stable unemployment around 4%. Of course this will hurt public opinion however. The...
Thanks George, really appreciate it.George Geczy wrote:I've made note of this and we'll check into it. Not sure if it's been reported before, but worth looking into again.
-- George / BattleGoat.
I reported it for Cold War, it was the same thing in there.
I started with 19.5% unemployment. All I've built in 21 months is 2 oil fields, 3 research bases, 2 rubber plants and am now down to 2.7% unemployment. Even though I've put all production down to 100-105% demand. Have put social services up on recommended though. And I've annexed Mexico. 2.7% bloody...