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tweety

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  1. You could also just get a bigger 2nd hard drive, that would be easier (for me anyway )
  2. Just as khemari and I both figured out, you can very easily move your documents folder to the second hard drive. Works like a charm. I hope it works for you! Of course if not enough RAM is the problem, then that's another thing to tackle...
  3. I did not see your post khemari, but guess what? I just figured this out for myself Color me stupid. I did not know I could just move the documents folder to another drive, but now I do! Solution to problem was so simple! And you're right, it does start up faster and I found out on Windows 10 in settings, storage, you can tell windows where to save each folder, which was a handy thing I overlooked...
  4. well crap, I wish I knew what he did differently! It also would be good to put the info into the FAQ's in this forum.. with all the people buying computers now with 2 drives, I wasn't the only one trying to google this and find an answer...
  5. yes, I did ask there and I got no help. Apparently it's not a steam thing anyway, it's up to the game on where it wants to store games. And this is a brand new computer and so I did find the instructions to install steam on my D drive, which I did, but banished still wants the saves on the C drive... thanks though...
  6. That's a shame....
  7. So, someone on Reddit was kind enough to help me figure out how to use an mlink so that now my game can see and open my previous saves, but this does not take care of the problem of saved games taking up room on my C drive. Tons of people these days are buying computers with 2 drives now, C being the one that has windows on it and usually not a very large drive, so is there any way to create a mod for the game that will ask you where you want to store your saved games? It seems like this would be a great addition. And had I known any of this, I would have bought a larger C drive...
  8. So, I just bought a new computer that has 2 drives. The C drive has windows and is 128Gb, the D drive is a terabyte. I figured out how to install Steam to my D drive, which all went fine, but it is keeping my saves on my C drive in my documents folder. I can't find anyway to change where it will save games. I have some large Banished saves and don't want them on my C drive. Has anyone else ran into this and found a solution? Steam is useless for help! And wow does Banished play way better now on my new computer! thanks in advance!
  9. Thank you! I came across that mod and wondered if this is what was used. Didn't download it though cause it only 63 downloads which made me wonder... But this works with the newest CC Journey, right? It looks awesome, I will give it a try.
  10. How did you get rapids in your rivers???? I want these!!! Your pics are beautiful!
  11. Well, I ordered my new laptop! It's an HP Omen with 15.6" diagonal UHD IPS UWVA anti-glare WLED-backlit (3840 x 2160) and Intel® Core™ i7-7700HQ (2.8 GHz, up to 3.8 GHz, 6 MB cache, 4 cores) + NVIDIA® GeForce® GTX 1050 Ti (4 GB GDDR5 dedicated) with 16 GB of Ram, so we'll see how it goes... Wanted to "future proof" it as much as I could... Thanks for your replies!!
  12. Am looking to buy a new laptop. I play Banished on Steam and am wondering if I go for the gusto on a 3840 x 2160 screen resolution, what will that do to the game? Steam has said they don't currently support 4K, but are working on it. I've read so much about this screen resolution making everything so tiny (with Windows 10) that I am wondering if I should even go this way. I'm trying to "future proof" the computer, but not sure I should do it...Does anyone have experience with this that could offer advice please? Thanks for such an awesome game you devs!
  13. ok, thank you so much! I will do this! Thanks for you quick help! FYI, shouldn't this info be in the wiki or something? I could not find the answer to this anywhere, but maybe I'm the only one
  14. I just looked at my Journey version and it is 1.74, am downloading 1.75 now... would that be the problem?