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But I have to point this out once again because you still dont understand! Please now, read this closely:
I don't want to keep people from breaking their games by adding or changing newGRF AFTER they started a new game, I want to make sure THEY KNOW they cant change stuff after they started a game BEFORE THIS HAPPENS EVEN THE FIRST TIME, -> So that they don't run into a such frustrating position like I got into where I noticed that my game got evily hard because I just didnt set it up right!
Its a little shool everyone needs to know how powerful and also not so much making happy this system can be like at its current state!
In all these cases, you cannot change it after you started.
Most of those have behaviour and consequences that should be obvious when changing the setting - anyone reducing 'industry density' should be able to realise that the game will be harder. All climates are playable under normal conditions, and I would suggest a warning for 'Date < 1950'.Alberth wrote:How is that different than generating with the wrong map size, unlucky landscape, wrong climate, wrong year, wrong city, industry density, and probably a few others I forgot now?
The effects of NewGRFs are much harder to predict, especially the many that don't have a readme. For example, how is a new user supposed to know that UKRS2's (and most other GRF trainsets') purchase and running costs are vastly higher than the default ones? Or that they need a NewGrf vehicle set when using almost any industry grf? Or that multiple industry grfs break each other...except the many ECS ones that don't?
None of these things are explained anywhere, nor can they be inferred from any information available in OpenTTD, so I would support the addition of an in-game 'NewGRF FAQ'-style page. Of course it couldn't cover things specific to individual NewGRFs, but it could at least warn new players about some common pitfalls.
P.S. - I'm not an OpenTTD noob now, and haven't been for several years now, but I do still remember my first try at NewGRFs. I added the 2cc set, thought "Why the **** do all these vehicles cost so much!?", bought a couple, and then went bust within five years...
Also, not that long ago I wrote this wall-of-text post about NewGRFs, which is entirely not what I'd want to see in OTTD. It's far too long and tedious.
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Author of an incredibly boring stickied post about NewGRFs.
It's the same way, the Adroid port is a direct port. But you'll probably need a physical keyboard and mouse attached to your device.gravelpit wrote: ↑17 Apr 2020 09:34 About chanching newgrf in game ...i remamber when changing whas easy but dont know what wose the version openttd ,now you can change discryption in openttd directory files ....Scenario_developer from false to true or cross that dont remembre. But now i play on android end i'm pist that can't change it!!! If someone know givet to me
Base Music Sets: OpenMSX | Scott Joplin Anthology | Traditional Winter Holiday Music | Modern Motion Music
Other Projects: 2CC Trams | Modern Waypoints | Sprite Sandbox & NewGRF Releases | Ideabox | Town Names | Isle of Sodor Scenario | Random Sprite Repository
Misc Topics: My Screenshots | Forgotten NewGRFs | Unfinished Graphics Sets | Stats Shack | RoadTypes?
SD-Card -> Android -> data -> org.openttd.sdl -> files -> .openttd
Exaclly but what eals you dont have data file to change scenario developer dont make mess
You cant do it like this!
Im usin total commander and this files are emty you can change only scenari,heightmaps,newgrf,music and maby some one not importent
If you mean file openttd.sdl \file\game\libre or anything else theare is nothing important ,write what about file you to change scenario_developerscript...?gravelpit wrote: ↑05 May 2020 06:50Im usin total commander and this files are emty you can change only scenari,heightmaps,newgrf,music and maby some one not importent
Additionally I have no clue what you are trying to say. So please, at the same time, edit your posting for clarity.
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