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Hi everybody,

Here is a link to the PM Forever - Australia v. 1.00.3 Beta file:

http://dl.filekicker.com/send/file/152724-...h-beta-1003.exe

Please note: this will patch your existing version. It is not a standalone install.

If you have made any changes to the default scenario files, this patch will overwrite those changes. It is recommended that you backup your Prime Minister Forever - Australia folder before installing this patch.

You will know that you have installed the patch if it says 'v. 1.00.3 Beta' on the start screen.

What the v. 1.00.3 Beta does:

- can now play with less than 4 parties

- function computer players use for deciding whom to attack changed (fixes problem with coalition members attacking each other)

- scenarios added automatically (just insert a scenario folder in the scenarios folder, no need to edit the scenarios.txt file)

- Australia 2004 scenario: added Simon Crean, various riding data changed

- Canada 2004 scenario: party relations values changed

- other minor changes

I'm quite interested in finding out whether anyone has the negative percentages problem with this version.

Any feedback appreciated as always,

Thanks,

Anthony Burgoyne

80soft.com

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Three things that have always bugged me in the Canadian scenario:

I don't recall any polling ever being released showing the Liberals so high (or even LEADING) in British Columbia. That was extremely Tory throughout the election I thought.

Secondly, it's minor, but can we please change Trinity-Spadina so that it's not an Olivia Chow lock? That was such an enormous myth and her loss should neccesitate some change to that.

And lastly, why is the Yukon incredibly close (it was a landslide for Bagnell), and the closest riding of the election, Western Arctic, not?

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Three things that have always bugged me in the Canadian scenario:

I don't recall any polling ever being released showing the Liberals so high (or even LEADING) in British Columbia. That was extremely Tory throughout the election I thought.

Secondly, it's minor, but can we please change Trinity-Spadina so that it's not an Olivia Chow lock? That was such an enormous myth and her loss should neccesitate some change to that.

And lastly, why is the Yukon incredibly close (it was a landslide for Bagnell), and the closest riding of the election, Western Arctic, not?

I agree that the Liberals shouldn't ever be leading in BC, but there were a few ridings where they won or contested and, legitimately, they should be made to reflect this:

Vancouver Quadra was a dead-heat between the CPC and the Libs throughout the election, with the Libs slightly ahead.

Vancouver South was never really in doubt for Dosanjh, considering the alternative was the NDP candidate who was a hard-left neo-communist(but such a sweet lady! :-) )

Victoria was deadheat between Anderson and Turner.

North Vancouver was Conservative right up until the last week or so.

Vancouver Centre was never really in doubt that Fry would take it, even though she cheated to do so.

The thing with Trinity-Spadina is that Chow WOULD have won it, had Martin not started his "A vote for the NDP is a vote for Harper" thing, and it was quite close until the very end.

Yukon was never a landslide. The NDP candidate was always a few steps between him.

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