DOSBox has many frontend programs (complete list here) that give you a more appealing interface. DGBL is one of them, and it runs on Windows, Mac and Linux. For quick way to play DOS games, you may also use IA Launcher, which launch games directly from the Internet Archive. Available for Windows (easy installer), Mac and Linux.
Once installed, most of these software will allow you to mount an ISO or CUE/BIN image by simply double-clicking on it. Beware, some images contains additional data only readable by DAEMON Tools, making the disk image unmountable, or making the game unplayable without a crack / noCD. Having DAEMON Tools installed for these cases can be useful.
Very good, perfect solution.In my case, the .fot file is there again when I exit Civ3.So I made a simpel run.bat file, with the comment:-----------------del lsans.fotcivilization3.exe-----------------And that's it, good to go.Just like the other comment, on the net you'll find absolutely NOTHING on this problem.But there are so many civ players out there, how come this problem is not widely documented?Shoots me, but I'm a happy camper playing civ3 again.Cheers!A.
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"In accordance with the terms of the Lease, Calhoun contracted with Clauson Construction Company for the construction of a swimming pool on the leased premises. Construction of the swimming pool was completed on June 18, 1979, and the pool was then filled with water."
It was later learned that "the pipes to the swimming pool, and possibly the swimming pool itself, leaked. This caused the progressive saturation of the adjoining compacted fill slopes. As a result, the slopes then failed and over the period July, 1979, to November, 1980, damage was caused to property owned by Westmont Gardens. The damage was initially repaired in July and August of 1980, and subsequent damage developed in November of 1980, after the (July/August) repairs were completed. It was not determined until late 1980 or early 1981 that leakage from the swimming pool was the underlying cause of the problem."
"In October of 1980, a wide crack was noticed in the north end of the swimming pool. The pressure lines to the pool were tested, and it was found that a pressure line to the pool was defective and had leaked since the pool was filled on June 18, 1979. The water line to the pool leaked continuously, [145 Cal. App. 3d 467] and the pool itself leaked during the period and after October of 1980. The possibility also exists that the pool itself leaked prior to October of 1980."
In Harman v. American Casualty Co. of Reading, Pa. (C.D.Cal. 1957) 155 F. Supp. 612, another land slippage case, the carrier issued notices of cancellation of its fire insurance policy (including an indorsement insuring the premises against all physical loss) during a period of time when the damage had been found to be "substantial and continuous." (At p. 613.) It argued that by so doing its policy did not cover any damages occurring after the cancellation. The court made short work of the contention: "[S]aid notices of cancellation would not terminate liability where a continuing loss had already commenced, until the loss by damage had been complete or the cause of the loss had ceased ... nor would the expiration of the policy affect the liability of the Defendant where the damages continue incessantly ... nor would an event which would terminate the policy abrogate the coverage after the loss insured against commences. [Citations omitted.]" (Italics added.)
Therefore, under the authority of Snapp, Harman and United States Fidelity & G. Co., we are constrained to hold that in a "one occurrence" case involving continuous, progressive and deteriorating damage, the carrier in whose policy period the damage first becomes apparent remains on the risk until the damage is finally and totally complete, notwithstanding a policy provision which purports to limit the coverage solely to those accidents/occurrences within the time parameters of the stated policy term. 2b1af7f3a8