I'm sorry if the question's already been asked. I just don't understand why "he" always asks me when I return to a game if I want to focus on warfare, economy, or colonization. Is it on purpose, in case someone feels they've colonized enough and would prefer advice on improving their economy, and suchlike? I'm going for either warfare or colonization for many of my campaigns, myself, and I was wondering whether my games failed to remember that or if this is all on purpose. Thanks for answering, and I'm sorry if it's a dumb question.
Sadly they went with client cookie options instead of on server options tagged to the user name. So, we have to either not clear our cookie cache for the game in order too keep the options up to date or re-click the same stuff over and over. I can ignore the advisor in the top right, but having to reset 'don't show again' on the administrator functions over and over is pretty annoying.
I'm sorry if the question's already been asked. I just don't understand why "he" always asks me when I return to a game if I want to focus on warfare, economy, or colonization.
The advisors make up nwe ''tutorial'' to guide new users in basic game functions.
The research you prefer to do and the type of army you choose is entirely upto you.
You can ignore the tutorial if you wish.Field Marshal Dan
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Bytro Labs | New World Empires
The selected adviser is remembered locally (in your browser).
When you clear all browser data (or browse in private mode), the information will not be stored between sessions.
That is of course not optimal. We should consider storing this on server side, as mfncff suggested.-- Bytro Dev / Code Conquistador
To make clear this is not a bug:
Are you suing different browsers / computers all the time or does it ask you in the same browser again and again?
If in the same browser: Do you often clear your cache or have addons installed which do it? What browser do you use?
To reply to all of you: I use Google Chrome, and I delete my browsing history. This must be the reason for the, well, I wouldn't even call it a problem, more of a curious situation. Thanks for answering, all of you!