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Offline macpuddock

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Game did not end with 3 empty piles
« on: 22 May 2017, 12:01:28 AM »
Game# 3782221 on oregon.

I emptied the 3rd pile on my turn (see screenshot).  Turn included Kings Court on Followers and also played a Bridge Troll.  End of my turn should have ended the game, but instead a new turn started for me (no Outpost or other reason why I would get a second turn), but the game crashed and no interaction was possible.

Offline Ingix

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Re: Game did not end with 3 empty piles
« Reply #1 on: 22 May 2017, 03:16:22 PM »
When loading the game now it seems to work fine, meaning the game ends after that turn.

Technical comment: I will *not* download a .docx file from the internet from an unknown source to look at a screenshot inside. It would be much nicer of you to attach the screenshot directly in a usual graphics format like png, because:

a) it can be shown directly in the webpage, and
b) if it is so big that I need to download it I can be relatively sure it will not be some active component on my PC (like a word document) but a simple graphics file.

If you don't know how to save the screenshot as graphics (Windows assumed):

1) Make your Screenshot as usual, probably with the PrintScreen key
2) Press the start button or use "Win-R" to call up "Run dialog"
3) Enter "mspaint" (without ""), this starts the simple build-in Windows graphics program
4) Press Ctrl-V to paste the Screenshot into the program
5) Optional: Use the various tools to enlarge or crop the screenshot
6) Save the screenshot with Ctrl-S, I think newer versions will already default to .png

Offline josh bornstein

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Re: Game did not end with 3 empty piles
« Reply #2 on: 23 May 2017, 03:06:13 AM »
Thanks for the tutorial!!!

I've been wondering how to do that in an easy and quick way.  Mucho appreciado.  :-)