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On 6/29/2020 at 10:41 AM, johnald the third said:

im almost 100% sure there isnt a command to aannex countries but there might be a mod for it

im almost 100% sure there isnt a mod to annex countries. The mod should make changes to the game code, but all the mods for AOC 2 - scenarios, maps, forms of government, and so on. AOC 2 has closed source code, so editing it=making such mods is not possible at the moment

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4 hours ago, DenizMert2008 said:

WHİCH FOLDER

open AoC2.exe with RAR- or ZIP- archiver. And then, you can extract it. 

FACT: most .exe files can be opened like that. This applies to games in general too. 

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Just now, DailyMapper said:

open AoC2.exe with RAR- or ZIP- archiver. And then, you can extract it. 

FACT: most .exe files can be opened like that. This applies to games in general too. 

after you open AoC2.exe go age\of\civilizations2\jakowski\lukasz\  folder

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53 minutes ago, DenizMert2008 said:

i go to thhis folder i only find 2 .class files

 

Strange things ... Try opening it with another archiver. And check your folder, maybe by mistake you open age \ of \ civilizations 2 \ jakowski \ lukasz \ desktop \, where exactly 2 .class files are stored 

 

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4 minutes ago, DailyMapper said:

 

Strange things ... Try opening it with another archiver. And check your folder, maybe by mistake you open age \ of \ civilizations 2 \ jakowski \ lukasz \ desktop \, where exactly 2 .class files are stored 

 

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i use zip typemaybe rar type

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17 minutes ago, DenizMert2008 said:

i use zip typemaybe rar type

In any case, these files should be there. However, they cannot be edited in any way. Of course, you can view the source code using JDGuide, but when I tried to open any of the classes using NetBeans IDE, the method bodies were not displayed. Perhaps there are other ways, but this is already a question for programmers.

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