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Hello! This new version brings many important changes and corrections. In these several corrections there is some flavour about USA. Take a look to changelog to see all the new changes and corrections.

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New Era Mod - Version 1.15
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Troja1700
Troja1700

Thanks for the Austrian correction!

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yilmazzhanistanbullu
yilmazzhanistanbullu

There is still a bug about capitalists. When I played with USA, number of capitalists can be increased, but when I played with Greece, Turkey, Bulgaria ect. capitalists are not increasing(their number decreasing -2). Your mod is excellent and my favourite Could you please fix this issue? :))

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ColonelPixis Author
ColonelPixis

Yes I know. I think this happens because there are not enough unemployed craftsmen in these countries. You need to increase your craftsmen first and capitalists will start building new factories.

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yilmazzhanistanbullu
yilmazzhanistanbullu

I dont think it is true. Number of capitalists should be increased if there are enough educated rich people. Current capitalists still builds roads and factories but their number are not increasing. I think it is about being superpower because in USA capitalists can be increase.

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ColonelPixis Author
ColonelPixis

Exactly, I realized that you have to be over 30% of literacy to start promoting capitalists. Ιt has nothing to do with superpowers or anything like that. For example, Belgium in 1936 can successfully promote capitalists.

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yilmazzhanistanbullu
yilmazzhanistanbullu

But Bulgaria in 1920 can not promote capitalists despite their 4.3 literacy(I also tried to make literacy 0 with cheatmenu and still did not worked bro)
Edit: I made literacy 100 and tried to promote again, it worked. Sorry for bothering bro :/

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