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Fix 81d335b: Coverage button missing from town window in scenario editor. #7545

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nielsmh commented Apr 27, 2019

Does it need to be there though?

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PeterN commented Apr 27, 2019

It crashed without, the alternative is to explicitly handle it not being there. IRC said might as well just add it.

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nielsmh commented Apr 27, 2019

I guess it may be useful to see where the boundaries between grown-together towns lie.

@LordAro LordAro merged commit b454ca7 into OpenTTD:master Apr 27, 2019
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