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Ok...I've got everything sorted out, but to use Hare-Niemeyer, there's one thing I keep getting as an error message:

"No highest fraction in minor distribution"

How do I resolve this, does anyone know?

Perhaps it has something to do with the primary_secondary_conversion.p4e file. This is a new one on me. :blink:

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I get two errors. When I try and load it it said "Cannot open file graphics/scenario-specific/united-kingdom-2005/select-scenario.bmp"

Try to play it, it says "Cannot open file graphics/scenario-specific/united-kingdom-2005/select-player.bmp" or "Link out of Bounds (0)"

The scenario file for UK 2005 says, at the very bottom:

@background_graphics_folder

united-kingdom-2005

@end

Go into the 'graphics/scenario-specific' folder of UK 2005. You need to copy the 'united-kingdom-2005' folder into C4E's scenario-specific folder for it to work correctly. It fills in the backgrounds for the scenario.

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Make sure that no party has a value of 0 in the primary_secondary_conversion.txt file. .1 usually works for parties you want to get nothing.

I sorted all of the above out, and it jammed up loading the scenario...just acted like it was loading and never seemed to finish.

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Update: I just got the Australia scenario transferred. Runs just fine with very little editing involved. Odd...UK doesn't want to run, but Australia's doing fine.

Edit: Scrap that. It crashed on election night. I'll probably need to cook up a party-preference file.

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OK, I fixed it. You just need to take out the first party name in the primary_secondary preferences file. So where it says

Labour

95.0

2.5

2.5

Conservative

2.5

95.0

2.5

Lib Dem

2.5

2.5

95.0

... you just need to take out the name of the party it says isn't a valid integer. The one I got was Labour, so I took out Labour and it worked.

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OK, I fixed it. You just need to take out the first party name in the primary_secondary preferences file. So where it says

Labour

95.0

2.5

2.5

Conservative

2.5

95.0

2.5

Lib Dem

2.5

2.5

95.0

... you just need to take out the name of the party it says isn't a valid integer. The one I got was Labour, so I took out Labour and it worked.

I've fixed that error, but mow I get "List Index out of bounds (161)" :(

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