AndreasR wrote: IZY5O wrote:
AndreasR wrote:A new version of Freeciv-web has been pushed to the production server today. Some new bugs are to be expected, please report anything unusual you might find.
Uh... It looks like the Goto command is having issues now. I can't send a second worker to a tile where the first worker is already working. It seems to think it's an "invalid location".
Thanks for all you do!
Can you please give some more details about how to reproduce this? I'm not able to reproduce the problem easily.
I am using Safari on an iPad, iOS 8.4.
As I'm going through my turn, moving my units, I want to stack my workers on one tile to finish the project faster. I am able to select and send the first worker to the destination tile by dragging across the screen, with the red path line following, to the destination tile and, when I stop dragging, the selected unit moves there. Fine.
Now I go to the second unit, but I cannot drag that one because, if the destination tile already has a unit, as soon as I drag to that tile I lose the red path line and the unit at the destination tile becomes the currently selected unit. But that's okay because I can use the Unit Goto command, or so I used to be able to do. Not anymore! Now, when I select my unit and choose the Unit Goto command and select the destination tile, which already has a unit working there, nothing happens (the Unit Goto command finishes but the unit does not move and does not get the "G" next to it). OMG, now what!?
Well, I try a different approach... I use the Unit Goto command to send the workers to a destination tile that is more than one turn away. This let's the Unit Goto command schedule the arrival of several units to the same tile. Okay, extra moves but I can accept that. But nope, it doesn't work. On the next turn, the first unit to arrive is okay, but the next unit cancels it's move with the error "invalid location"!
Now what do I do? Is there a new flag/option to set stack size? Has stacking units been switched off? Am I missing something (besides a brain!)?
Thanks for listening.