They were taking losses at the normal rate. Was storming some walls with ladders and the units where just melting under the ranged attacks. Again it only happened on the next battle after I auto-resolved a battle in the same turn. Waiting a turn caused it to work just fine.
Normally you just need to be on a screen where the values are showing, wait for the editor to scan and show the same value, key in a new value and hit the tab key to engage the change in game. Sometimes you need to leave that game screen and come back to it to see the changes.
Delete trainer and all files in
Learn how to make your own Trainer Cleaner for the above paths here.Link
Reboot PC to clear excess memory, get a fresh copy of latest trainer, extract it and make sure trainer/launcher/editor is in a folder excluded from virus scans. Empty quarantine folder if needed or set anything trainer related (paths and EXE's) to ALLOW. Disable any Live/Active/Real-Time tools which may trigger false positives in security software which may terminate the game/trainer when it's activated or options used. Run trainer as admin, read the instructions and try again. At times, a new game may be needed to resolve failed options if the data in your save file was altered. Use on a new game and test the option. If it now works, quit to main menu and load your save and try it again.
may need to be added to exclusions as well. Run trainer as admin, read the instructions and try again.
Anti-virus help page. Link
Have both latest .NET CORE Link (Both of the Net-Core MUST be installed x86 and x64) and FRAMEWORK Link from Microsoft.
At times, a new game may be needed to resolve failed options if the data in your save file was altered. Use on a new game, quit to main menu and load your save and try it again.