How do I cancel out a unit selection?

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Molean
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How do I cancel out a unit selection?

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It use to be easy to check a enemy units movement rang with with older versions of the game. Just select said unit and it shows you. But now if I have one of my units already selected, it shows that units movement/attack window instead. If I choose a unit of mine that has its movement already used up, that frees up the cursor for checking enemy units movement distance, but surely there is a more efficient/user way then that? How do I un-select, a selected unit of mine?

HomerJ
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Re: How do I cancel out a unit selection?

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Uhm, doesn't clicking a open hex work anymore?

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Atz
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Re: How do I cancel out a unit selection?

Post by Atz »

HomerJ wrote:Uhm, doesn't clicking a open hex work anymore?
...wouldn't that order your unit to move?

Anyway, to deselect a unit, right-click on any hex.

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Re: How do I cancel out a unit selection?

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That's actually what I meant, sorry for not being precise enough.

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Max
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Re: How do I cancel out a unit selection?

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what older versions are you talking about? i don't think anything has changed since 1.4.

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Re: How do I cancel out a unit selection?

Post by Elvish_Conquerer »

Just right clicking on a hex should be good, you're talking about 1.8 i assume, right? I have no idea about the development versions, but right clicking should be fine.
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