I did this to maintain a certain amount of symmetry. In LW2 without my mod you can have two reinforcement UFOs in the same region simultaneously no matter which one spawns first. My mod activates a restriction that already exists but doesn't work. When this restriction is active you can have two reinforcement UFOs at the same time but only if the smaller UFO spawns first. I didn't think this made a lot of sense and decided to change the restriction to go both ways.Soupidity wrote:Ah, that would definitely explain it. I however won't mess with config files anymore, as doing so seems to mess with not only this mod but many other .inis I've had to tinker with. I also was mistaken about this mod being used with an ongoing campaign. I'm pretty sure it's all good to work with one.prokolyo wrote:I found this about the hotkeys. Didn't try yet but will when I get a chance.Soupidity wrote:
I noticed the same thing with key rebinds resetting after a mission ends (or maybe it was after I restart the game client). Not sure if it's this mod, but it might be.
Also, the dummy lib & ufo rewards is actually a brilliant change and I wish it worked when used with an ongoing campaign.
https://steamcommunity.com/app/268500/d ... 181737398/
Edit: It's working so far
On another note: "Added a restriction that prevents Emergency UFOs from spawning in regions that already have a Super Emergency UFO, mirroring the restriction that already exists."
Why was this change made? I think it was intended to work this way, no?
The way I see it there are three options:
[*] The restrictions were actually disabled on purpose early in production but part of the code was kept in case they changed their minds,
[*] The fact that the restrictions didn't work was an error but them not being symmetrical was actually intended.
[*] Both are errors.
My assumption when making that change was that option 3 was correct.