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  1. Multi-party coalitions would be nice, and also a system whereby some coalitions would only occur if none of the parties involved got a majority (for example, a coalition could be in place between Labour and the Lib Dems, but if Labour got a majority then the coalition wouldn't be formed).
  2. Is your avatar how the County of London voted in 1910?
  3. Had a go at the '79 scenario and got this with Thatcher: Pretty good result I thought, but then nowhere near the party goal - is 440 seats a little too steep perhaps, given how ridiculously safe a lot of Labour seats were in this period? Anyways, a really good scenario, I enjoyed playing it. There could be greater variation in region issue centres, but overall it's well balanced.
  4. Thanks, that's completely fixed it.
  5. Boundaries aren't broken and there doesn't seem to be any problem with the colours on the map itself... Here's the map file (nb: the actual file is a bitmap, I only made it a png so I could upload it).
  6. Hi, I'm working on a scenario for the 2008 local elections in Reading but I'm having some trouble with the map. For some reason, whenever I play the scenario the map displays like this: As you can see, the colours are completely messed up. The whole map is completely unclickable, making it impossible to play. No error messages are appearing though and I can't work out how to fix it. Any ideas?
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