President Infinity v. 2.9.5 sneak-peek for Windows and Mac has been released!
This sneak-peek continues to refine the new Favorability system, in particular fixing several bugs causing game dynamics problems or errors. This also adds a Voter Detail option, primaries wins now have +2 spin news stories (increases importance of winning primaries), and endorsers can be set in the Editor to require certain issue positions in order to endorse.
Note: this version changes Main Screen > spacebarring for Done Turn to ‘n’.
If you are a President Infinity owner on subscription (or if you purchased President Infinity within the last year), you are eligible for this upgrade.
This is a comprehensive update.
You can download this release by requesting a download e-mail at the link below. From the e-mail, click the link to the web page. On the web-page, there will be a ‘Sneak-peek’ link.
What’s new in this upgrade from the previous sneak-peek (v. 2.9.4).
- fixed bug causing lop-sided results where Ground Ops. were full strength if candidate hadn’t become nominee but primary was past
- fixed bug causing error when starting 1968, 1972 campaigns
- can now set new Voter Detail option for electorate detail at Select Campaign Screen > More Options
- news stories for primary wins now are +2 spin, which means even if spun against the winner, they will be +1 spin for the duration of the news story
- endorsers can now be set to only endorse if candidate has certain position
- if endorser endorses and requires certain position, and then candidate endorsed changes position to position endorser doesn’t allow, endorser will take back endorsement
- added code to hopefully fix problem with save error some people are getting
- Main Screen > fixed bug where default surrogate image wouldn’t switch back to leader or vice-leader images after change who selected
- Select Campaign Screen > rearranged options, including ‘More Options’ button
- Select Campaign Screen > Primaries > fixed bug where Declared drop-down box sometimes wouldn’t display properly
- 2012 > Democrats > Primaries > Clinton turned to ‘off’ by default