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Can I move or remove buildings which are already in my sector

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addyco7
18 September, 2016, 3:06 PM UTC

Hi, I am new here, I have constructed buildings that fully occupied the space of my base sector, but no more vacancies for new items, can I rearrange and move each items tightly so that to release more space of my sector in order to put more items in my base sector? How can I move the items that were already stick in the base, and can I remove some items from my base? I cannot move or remove items.

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fakeasnever
Moderator
18 September, 2016, 5:06 PM UTC

@AddyCO7 (18 September, 2016, 3:06 PM UTC):
Near the bottom right of your screen, there should something that looks like this ( http://i.imgur.com/6IjOV3F.png ) .

Click on the yellow circle, then all your buildings should be blue with a darker shade of blue for an outline.

Click on a building, and a menu should come up for what you want to do (Only some buildings can be removed; all of them can be moved and rotated).

When you move a building, the blue should turn green if you ca place it there; Red if you can't.

Alternatively, you can expand your sector.

If Internet Explorer still asks to be your default browser, then you can do anything :D
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addyco7
19 September, 2016, 9:52 AM UTC
I can move and rotate the buildings now, but I have 5 Titanium and 5 Uranium mines, 3 Banks, 3 Warehouses, 2 Vaults. And Cannot see destroy in the button of these items. How can I remove/destroy some of them?  
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Alyona Kolomiitseva
Community Manager
19 September, 2016, 2:31 PM UTC
addyco7 said:

I can move and rotate the buildings now, but I have 5 Titanium and 5 Uranium mines, 3 Banks, 3 Warehouses, 2 Vaults. And Cannot see destroy in the button of these items. How can I remove/destroy some of them?  
You can't.
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addyco7
20 September, 2016, 4:02 AM UTC
ok, thankyou very much
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