Prime Minister Infinity next release sneak-peek v. 3.0.6, Windows and Mac

Prime Minister Infinity v. 3.0.6 sneak-peek for Windows and Mac has been released!

This sneak-peek adds editing Instant-Runoff voter flow to the editor, and adds Katter’s Australian Party candidates and major independent candidates to Australia 2019.

Note: this version changes spacebarring to close various screens to ‘n’.

(Note: for goals for this release cycle, Spring 2019, see here.)

If you are a Prime Minister Infinity owner on subscription (or if you purchased Prime Minister 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.

To update:

Version information (U.K.):

Version information (Canada):

What’s new in this upgrade from the previous release (v. 3.0.5)

  • Editor > Regions > added ‘Flow’ tab, enabled if Ranked Choice box checked, allows to set voter flow for instant-runoff
  • Australia 2019 > added Katter’s Australian Party candidates, added %s
  • Australia 2019 > Independents > Clark > added Andrew Wilkie
  • Australia 2019 > Independents > Wentworth > added Kerryn Phelps
  • Australia 2019 > Independents > Warringah > added Zali Steggall
  • Australia 2019 > added endorsers in v. 3.0.5b

6 thoughts on “Prime Minister Infinity next release sneak-peek v. 3.0.6, Windows and Mac”

  1. Note that the 2019 campaign will continue to be updated, including adding One Nation and United Australia Party.

  2. Is the Election night issue with FPTP and FPTP, Instant Run OFF fixed in this version?

  3. @TLK, do you mean the glitch where you can’t change the mode after election night ends? No, not fixed yet. Workaround is to pause it just before the election night ends, and then switch between modes.

  4. That’s the one. Thanks for the info. Overall the update looks good, the voter flow for the instant run off is very helpful.

  5. I am getting some weird results – I turned on ranked choice voting for 2015 and put in my own flows. I stopped when there was only 1 uncounted seat so I could test the modes. This happened in one seat. In many other seats, too, candidates that got >50% of the vote in the first round had different results when switching to ranked choice. Also, every constituency in the game was somewhere between 60-80% counted. It stays this way even when the game is over and counting is finished.

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