Dio's Unofficial SMAX Patch Version 1.1
Dio's Unofficial SMAX Patch Version 1.1.zip
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Description: This revision updates the patch 1.0 version with Yitzi's Unofficial Patch version 3.4b. This patch contains all of the features from the first patch. In addition, after some code optimization, -1 ECONOMY now causes a -1 Commerce Penalty. I have also enabled the observation of TALENT Social effects in the Social Engineering window (Social Model Effects, Mini-window, etc.). These values, when employed, appear with a SUPPORT icon. The only area the TALENT value does not appear includes the right hand optimization options. The only method to enable this aspect involves the removal of another social catergory. I appreciate any feedback users might have on these changes.
Posted by: Dio January 21, 2016, 01:02:55 AM


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