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{{Version|1.24}}
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{{Version|1.14}}
 
{{UInav}}
 
{{UInav}}
 
[[File:User interface.png|500px|thumb|right|Main interface]]
 
[[File:User interface.png|500px|thumb|right|Main interface]]
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== Lower right corner ==
 
== Lower right corner ==
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{{SVersion|1.14}}
=== Map modes ===
 
{{main|Map modes}}
 
Various types of information can be displayed on the map by selecting the appropriate map mode, of which there are four categories: political, diplomatic, economic and geographical. Up to ten map modes may be chosen for the shortcut keys Q to P.
 
 
 
=== Minimap ===
 
{{main|Minimap}}
 
The minimap is a small representation on the world on the screen's lower right corner. In it, a box shows what part of the world is being displayed on the [[map|game screen]]. One can click to jump to a remote part of the world or scroll the mouse wheel to adjust the part of the map being displayed.
 
 
 
 
=== Holy Roman Empire Interface ===
 
=== Holy Roman Empire Interface ===
 
{{Main|Holy Roman Empire#Holy Roman Empire interface{{!}}Holy Roman Empire interface}}
 
{{Main|Holy Roman Empire#Holy Roman Empire interface{{!}}Holy Roman Empire interface}}
 
=== Emperor of China interface ===
 
{{expansion|moh}}
 
{{Main|Emperor of China}}
 
  
 
=== Curia ===
 
=== Curia ===
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{{expansion|cop}}
 
{{expansion|cop}}
 
{{Main|Native council}}
 
{{Main|Native council}}
Native tribes in Siberia and the Americas have a special interface to simulate the fact that they are not traditional states according to the Westphalian definition of a nation. This interface includes special native ideas, migrations, federations, and a unique way to reform the government.
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With the Conquest of Paradise DLC, native tribes in Siberia and the Americas have a special interface to simulate the fact that they are not traditional states according to the Westphalian definition of a nation. This interface includes special native ideas, migrations, federations, and a unique way to reform the government.
  
 
=== Mesoamerican Religions ===
 
=== Mesoamerican Religions ===
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=== Parliament ===
 
=== Parliament ===
 
{{expansion|cs}}
 
{{expansion|cs}}
The player can, with certain government types, access an interface allowing them to interact with members of government to pass acts and laws, providing certain bonuses.
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With the Common Sense DLC, the player can, with certain government types, access an interface allowing them to interact with members of government to pass acts and laws, providing certain bonuses.
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=== Map modes ===
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{{main|Map modes}}
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Various types of information can be displayed on the map by selecting the appropriate map mode, of which there are four categories: political, diplomatic, economic and geographical. Up to ten map modes may be chosen for the shortcut keys Q to P.
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=== Minimap ===
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{{main|Minimap}}
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The minimap is a small representation on the world on the screen's lower right corner. In it, a box shows what part of the world is being displayed on the [[map|game screen]]. One can click to jump to a remote part of the world or scroll the mouse wheel to adjust the part of the map being displayed.
  
 
[[Category:Game concepts]]
 
[[Category:Game concepts]]
 
[[Category:Interface]]
 
[[Category:Interface]]

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