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  1. Hey, does anyone know how to change the turnout in the Canada 2011 PM4E game? I've got a problem where all the proper numbers for each district are in the "eligible_voters" line in the political_units.xml document, however turnout is horribly low compared to those numbers (around 50%). I've seen that during election night, the regional count - where it says whatever percentage is complete, i.e. 50, 60, 70% complete - when the counting stops in the regions, it stops at something like 75-85%, not the full 100% of votes. When you look at the riding level, it all says 100% counted. I figure that has something to do with why the turnout is lower. Unlike the old PM4E I find no variable for turnout except the raw numbers in the political_units file. Anyone know how I can change the turnout? The system is similar or exactly the same as Congress Forever, so if anyone figured it out there, it's bound to be helpful here. Thanks.
  2. Hi, I've been using the Constituency Editor for the past few months, and I've had it on a couple of computers now without any problems. But recently, on my laptop which is using XP Professional, I've run into a rather annoying problem with it. It seems that whenever I try to make edits to the ridings, it does not save the changes. No matter how many times I try, and how many permissions I change, it does not want to save any edits on riding names, numbers, candidate names, etc. Now, the weird twist to this is that when I create a new ridings file by writing over an old riding file, it will save that change (meaning all riding names are changed to DefaultBritishColumbia, DefaultLiberalCandidate, etc.) but if you try to change it on from there, it won't save at all. I'm not sure whether or not anyone else has had this issue, but it is a little bit of an inconvenience and I'd like to fix it. Does anyone have any ideas on whats happening, and how I can fix it?
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