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Hi there,

I tried creating a scenario whereupon the Liberals, NDP and Green Party were united into one. It seemed like a good scenario, and I know something similar was created by somebody else, but I couldn't find it anywhere.

Anywhere, when I tried to run it, I get the error "@ is not a valid integer" and I can't, for the life of me, figure out how to fix it.

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Hi there,

I tried creating a scenario whereupon the Liberals, NDP and Green Party were united into one. It seemed like a good scenario, and I know something similar was created by somebody else, but I couldn't find it anywhere.

Anywhere, when I tried to run it, I get the error "@ is not a valid integer" and I can't, for the life of me, figure out how to fix it.

Did you manually edit ridings yet? It sounds like you have forgotten to enter a number at the end of a block in one of the files, and ridings_data is the most frequent culprit. Alternatively, it may be one of the other files, like electorate_trends or party_relations. But the problem seems to be that you have an "@" to end a block of numbers/letters data where the game is expecting to see another number.

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