This sneak-peek adds the ability to change the size of the screens. Go to Options > Full Screen, or select the slider under the Full Screen check-box.
Note that the tied color on the map is purple instead of white in this version. This will change, such that the default goes back to white and a campaign-specific tied color for general elections can be set by a campaign designer, and the color for official Presidential campaigns will be set to purple.
Note that the Editor is not enabled for screen size changes yet.
(Note: for goals for the next release cycle, Autumn 2018, see here.)
If you are a President Infinity owner on subscription (or if you purchased President Infinity within the last year), you are eligible for this upgrade.
This is a comprehensive update.
You can download this release by requesting a download e-mail at the link below. From the e-mail, click the link to the web page. On the web-page, there will be a ‘Sneak-peek’ link.
11 thoughts on “President Infinity next release sneak-peek v. 2.8.6, Windows and Mac”
Would you ever consider changing the point at which states become lean reb or lean dem it seems a 1% lead makes a state a lean state which can be misleading at a first glance to the candidate.
This isn’t that difficult to change, and it might make sense to have more of a margin. It makes sense that a ‘tie’ margin would be relative to the margin of error in polls, but that can change, so it becomes a bit tricky.
Nice looking feature, the more county/state heavy maps will be a lot easier on the eye now.
Thanks for fulfilling your promises Anthony. I’ll renew my subscription soon.
So no favorability yet? thought it was suppose to be in a couple weeks ago?
No Favorability in this sneak-peek, which is designed to test the screen resizing feature. For the latest on the Autumn 2018 update, see https://270soft.com/2018/08/06/goals-for-next-releases-autumn-2018/ .
I really like this sneak peak, I used to have to decrease my screen resolution so it’s incredibly nice to be able to make it full screen.
@Chad, good to hear – thanks for this feedback!
Thanks for this!
When are you going to fix the ‘TCanvasD2D’ or ‘d2d1.dll’ errors? I haven’t been able to complete a game in months and it’s getting frustrating…
What operating system are you using?