Enable/Disable Technology/Object applies to all players

:arrow_forward: GAME INFORMATION

  • GAME BUILD #: 101.101.45340.0 6228353
  • OPERATING SYSTEM: Windows 10

:arrow_forward: ISSUE EXPERIENCED

In the Scenario Editor, when using the ‘‘Enable/Disable Technology’’ and ‘‘Enable/Disable Object’’ functions to enable or disable a technology or object for one players, other players are also affected. For example, disabling one player from researching Heated Shot disables all other players from researching it as well.

:arrow_forward: FREQUENCY OF ISSUE

  • 50% of the triggersI make (FREQUENTLY)

:arrow_forward: REPRODUCTION STEPS

Here’s the steps to reproduce the issue:

  1. Create a new scenario in the editor.
  2. Use the Enable/Disable Object or Enable/Disable Technology for any player 2-8.
  3. Place the requisite buildings that would normally allow you/not allow you to research the technology or construct the object and set yourself to the correct age and prequisites (I.E., if testing the Bombard Tower technology, make sure you are a civilization like Teutons that should get access to them, and make sure you have a University placed, that you are in Imperial Age and that you have Chemistry researched)
  4. Attempt to research the technology. It will either be missing entirely, be blanked out as if it could be researched in the future, or the button simply will not work. The latter seems to occur only with Age Ups (Feudal Age, Castle Age and Imperial Age at the Town Center).

:arrow_forward: EXPECTED RESULT

If, for example, Bombard Tower is disabled for Player 2, Player 1 should still be able to research it. Similarly, if Player 2 has Hand Cannoneers enabled by trigger, Player 1 should not gain these if they did not already have access to them (For example, a Hun player should not have access to them).

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Amusingly, despite what this bug template asks you literally can’t upload save games. It just tells you that they’re not an accepted format.