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This will cause the client to use an isometric rectangular tileset when the game starts (go to Game > Options >Local options to choose a different one from the drop-down; amplio2, cimpletoon, and isotrident are included with the game).
In a local game started from the client, the games will be saved into the default Freeciv save directory (typically /.freeciv/saves/). If you are running the server from the command line, however, any savegames will be stored in the current directory. If the autosaves server setting is set appropriately, the server will periodically save the game automatically (which can take a lot of disk space in some cases); the frequency is controlled by the saveturns setting. In any case, you should check the ownership, permissions, and disk space/quota for the directory or partition you're trying to save to.
There is extensive help on this in the Help menu, but only once the game has been started - this is because all of these things are configurable up to that point. (Some work needs to be done to make this more intuitive.)
A 56Kb modem should be enough to play a typical online game. However, many players suggest that a large ping is a big disadvantage. Your ISP mustn't block ports 5556 - 5600, because these are the ports which typical servers are run on.
Simply download and install one of the .EXE installers (GTK+-3.22, GTK-4, SDL2, Qt, or Ruledit). As of freeciv-3.1, there are "win64-10" packages that require Windows 10 or later, and "win64" packages that require just Windows 8.1 or later. As Qt6 itself requires Windows 10, "win64" versions of Qt-client and Ruledit are based on Qt5 and only "win64-10" versions are based on Qt6.
If the tilesets supplied with Freeciv don't do it for you, some popular add-on tilesets are available through the "Freeciv Modpack Installer" utility. To install these, just launch the installer from the Start menu, and choose the one you want; it should then be automatically downloaded and made available for the current user.
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What does this data set describe?Title: Xtme and Tkme: Editors for formal metadataAbstract:Xtme is a program for creating and modifying formalmetadata, that is, structured documentation conforming to theContent Standards for Digital Geospatial Metadata devisedby the Federal Geographic Data Committee (FGDC). Thiseditor is written using Standard C to run on UNIX systemswith the X Window System, release 11, version 4 or later.It utilizes the X Toolkit and the Athena widget set, whichare available on nearly all X distributions.Tkme is an improved version of Xtme, built with Tcl/Tkinstead of direct calls to the X Window System. This enablesTkme to run on Microsoft Windows as well as Unix systems.The editors share a considerable amount of source code withthe companion product, mp, a compiler for formal metadata purpose is to verify that the syntactical structure ofa file containing formal metadata conforms to the FGDC standard,and to reexpress the metadata in various useful formats. Theeditor is intended to simplify the process of creating metadatathat conform to the standard.The editors have the ability to recognize and process elementsthat are not part of the FGDC standard, provided these elementsare properly described in a local file.Xtme and Tkme are available in source code. Executable files areavailable for Linux, Solaris, and Microsoft Windows as well.Supplemental_Information:1. Command line optionsxtme is started by issuing a command to the operating system.Its behavior is controlled primarily through X resources,which may be specified on the command line but which aregenerally stored in an disk file in the user's home directory.To edit an existing metadata file, give its name on thecommand line as an argument.2. X resourcesStandard X resources can be specified to govern the behavior of theAthena Widgets used by xtme. In addition, the following resourcescan be used to affect the behavior of xtme. configFileThis resource identifies the configuration file used for specifyinginput options and local extensions. The default value for thisresource is .mprc, so xtme will look in the current directory fora file with that name. helpFileThis resource identifies the file containing text intended to assistthe user in filling in element values, respectively. The defaultvalue for this resource is xtme.hlp, so xtme will look in thecurrent directory for a file with that name. keyboardFocusPolicyBy default, it matters where the pointer is when you press keys. Ifyou like pointer focus in your window manager, you are probablycomfortable moving the mouse around a lot while typing. But if,like me, you prefer click-to-type windows, then you will want tochange this value to Explicit. Letter case doesn't matter.Actions for event translationsThe following actions are available for use in translationtables. save Write the current file to disk save-as Save the current file under a different name quit Exit the editor without saving ok-save Accept the name given in the save-as dialog cancel-save Cancel the save-as dialog cut Remove the current node, making it the X selection copy Copy the current node, making it the X selection paste Paste metadata from this or another file clear Remove scalar children in the current subtree duplicate Create a copy of the current element help Display guide information for the current element dismiss Dismiss the guide information window hide Conceal elements below the current node show Reveal elements below the current node collapse Conceal all elements at a given level expand Reveal all elements at a given level list-home Move to the root node of the metadata list-up Move up one element in the list list-down Move down one element in the list list-pageup Move up one screen-full in the list list-pagedown Move down one screen-full in the listSome of these actions are the same as menu items, while others arenot. There are no menu items that invoke the actions list-home,list-up, list-down, list-pageup, and list-pagedown. The list-actions are accomplished using the mouse in the scrollbar of thelist window.3. Input file formatSince the FGDC Content Standards for Digital GeospatialMetadata, as the name implies, specifies only the contents ofmetadata files and not their encoding, it is necessary tochoose or devise a specification for metadata encoding inorder to create formal metadata. The encoding format interpretedand produced by this editor is the same as that used by mp.Interested users are referred to the documentation for mpfor details on this file format.4. Configuration file formatThe configuration file should be laid out exactly as for mp.5. Local extensionsLocal extensions, element names not found in the FGDC standardand the relationships among them, are described in a text filelaid out exactly as for mp.6. Help file formatA help file is provided with the editor. It contains briefdescriptions of the standard elements, with the syntacticalstructure of compound elements described using the productionrules of the standard. Additional elements can be added tothis file. To add another element, place its name at thebeginning of a line. The text describing the element should beplaced on lines following the element name but in each of theselines the first character must be a space or tab. Elementscan be added in any order.7. Output file formatThe metadata are output using the same encoding format as input,but on output the indentation is standardized at two spaces perlevel in the hierarchy.8. OperationThe editor can be invoked with no arguments. In that case,the metadata will be saved as "Untitled" unless the name ischanged using the Save As option in the File menu. If a filename is given on the command line, that file will be openedand its contents will be interpreted as metadata. If the filedoes not exist or is empty, a Metadata node will be createdto which the user may add appropriate elements.The display consists of three parts: a menu bar at the top,a scrolling list widget containing the structural elementsof the current metadata, and a text widget containing thecontents of the currently selected element.To add an element to the metadata, select the parent elementin the list widget, then choose the appropriate componentfrom the Add menu. Note that the Add menu changes to reflectthe components permitted under each element. When a scalarelement (that is, one not composed of other elements) isselected, the Add menu will urge the user to enter the textin the text widget. The insertion caret will then be visibleand text can be entered. Note that text can be inserted usingthe standard X selection (cut-and-paste) function.To delete an element of the metadata, select it in the list widget,and choose Cut from the Edit menu. Note that this removes theentire subtree (that is, the element, its components, and theircomponents). The Cut option in the Edit menu makes the subtreeavailable through the X selection mechanism, and the subtree canbe pasted into another application. At this writing, the pasteoperation will convert the subtree to indented text.The Copy option of the Edit menu also makes the current subtreeavailable to the X selection mechanism, but does not remove thesubtree from the current tree.The Clear option of the Edit menu removes the scalar data fromthe current element, its components, and their components. Thisallows the user to retain the structure of a subtree but replacethe information it contains.The Paste option of the Edit menu causes xtme to attempt toinsert the subtree most recently cut or copied. The subtreeis inserted as a child of the current element if that ispermitted by the standard. If the first node of the subtreeis not a child of the current element, xtme looks up thetree towards the root node for an element into which the subtreecan be inserted. If there is no such element, the subtreeis not inserted.To insert a section of metadata from another file or application,select it in the other application and invoke the paste action(by default, pressing the middle mouse button in the list window).The data are expected to be ASCII, indented using the same rules asfor mp and xtme, so you can select a section of indented text usinga text editor or use Cut or Copy from xtme.------------------------------------------------------------I have tried to make the paste menu item operate the same way asthe paste action, but I have been unable to make it work withoutcrashing. The problem appears to lie with the time value passedto XtGetSelectionValue; when the paste function is invoked throughan action procedure, the time can be taken from the event thatprecipitated the action or from XtLastTimestampProcessed and theselection value is obtained quickly and correctly. But when thefunction is invoked through the menu item's callback procedure, thetime obtained from XtLastTimestampProcessed, while apparently alegitimate time value, is somehow not correct, because the programfreezes for a while, then dumps core. If you know a lot about Xtprogramming and are willing to assist with this problem, pleasesend email to firstname.lastname@example.org.------------------------------------------------------------The Duplicate option of the Edit menu causes xtme to create anempty copy of the current element immediately following thecurrent element, at the same level in the hierarchy.The Swap option of the Edit menu moves the element that iscurrently selected up in the list of components of its parent.This allows you to reorder the components of a compoundelement.The View menu allows the user to control the display of elementsin the list widget. Options are as follows: All levels Make the entire hierarchy visible. 1 level Conceal all elements below the first level. 2 levels Conceal all elements below the second level. 3 levels Conceal all elements below the third level. Hide Conceal all components of the current element. Show Reveal all components of the current element.Normally choosing "1 level" makes the components of Metadatavisible but their components invisible.When an element's components are hidden, a plus sign is shownat its left side in the list widget.The Help menu has three options. Each causes text to be displayedin a popup window. To remove the popup window, choose its Dismissbutton. The text widget is configured to wrap the text by default,but this can be changed by choosing the Wrap button.Version displays the version number and date of xtme. Elementdisplays information specific to the element currently selectedin the list widget. This information is updated every time youselect a different element in the structure. Output displays thecomplete metadata record, with textual values in the indentedhierarchical format. Note that the popup shows the metadata as itwas when the Output option was selected and is not updatedautomatically. To display later changes, choose Output again fromthe Help menu.To exit the editor without saving changes to the metadata, chooseQuit from the File menu. To save the metadata at any time, chooseSave. To exit the program, saving the changes, choose Close. Tosave the metadata under a new name, choose Save As; a popup dialogpermits entry of the new name.9. Known bugsWhen pasting in a subtree from another application, xtme willcrash if a line in a textual value in the pasted subtree beginswith a recognized element and is indented relative to the textimmediately following it.How might this data set be cited?Schweitzer, Peter N., 1995, Xtme and Tkme: Editors for formal metadata: U.S. Geological Survey, Reston, Virginia.Online Links:
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