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  1. john connor

    Command Ops Future ?

    Future plans as outlined in the increasingly distant past include mounted ops coding, some scripting capability for scenario designers, changes to make use of multi-threading and the long-promised EF pack (by which I don't mean Ioncore's smaller EF - Russia v Japan - DLC that is closer to...
  2. john connor

    Small-scale battles

    You can get some excellent scenarios based around Caen for free on steam. Bie makes them and they are all in the steam workshop. Highly recommended. You have the steam version? It's generally more up to date than the LnL version and in future it will be the only current version. You can get a...
  3. john connor

    Small-scale battles

    Foothills has 13 scenarios with under 200 units.
  4. john connor

    Small-scale battles

    The desert pack - The Cauldron - has around 18 small scenarios, by which I mean under 5 days, with a low to medium unit count (let's say under 300, roughly...). Both HTTR and Valkyries also have a decent number of under 5 day scenarios with low to medium counts, though less then The Cauldron. My...
  5. john connor

    Task Organisation

    I don't know anyway to do this, save the ways you've suggested. But why doesn't the in-game ad-hoc grouping you can achieve via mission groupings do what you want? If ever I have wanted to jiggle things more than this - for example, physically grouping units closer at start - I've used the...
  6. john connor

    Peiper's Race To The Meuse - Work In progress Beta

    Ok. Forget all that. The recordings crash on me and go out of sync. I'll refer that to the devs. But it only happens with your recordings, so not sure what's going on. I suspect we're on different builds. Could you verify the integrity of your steam build please and post whether anything...
  7. john connor

    Peiper's Race To The Meuse - Work In progress Beta

    To a clipboard. Only one at a time. Then you open paint, click on the blank new field and Cntrl-V. The image will be pasted there. Then save it where you want through paint. What delay and reinforcement settings are you using in this game recording? Both recordings seem to start at day 2...
  8. john connor

    Peiper's Race To The Meuse - Work In progress Beta

    Just press your 'print screen' button to take screen grabs. Normally. Then paste into 'Paint' or some such standard program.
  9. john connor

    Peiper's Race To The Meuse - Work In progress Beta

    What version are you playing with? Are you using the latest steam beta? For recordings, zip them up using 7-zip (freeware). Use the 7-zrip right-click (on file to be zipped) drop down option 'Add to ...file name.zip'. A zip will be produced that LnL accepts. A 'save' (also zipped up) from a...
  10. john connor

    Peiper's Race To The Meuse - Work In progress Beta

    I don't think there's anything attached?
  11. john connor

    Peiper's Race To The Meuse - Work In progress Beta

    Thanks. Not sure where to start. Except to say that for each point you make a picture and a recording is really essential if you want to give the devs a chance to (a) seriously consider your points, (b) do something about it. They are usually keen to do both. The recordings are stored in the...
  12. john connor

    Introductions and Questions

    Welcome here! Your real life experience will be very welcome! 1. No smoke yet, no immediate plans to implement. I think you're meant to think of such tactical measures as abstracted into the game, at the moment, which is easy to imagine. I notice, interestingly, that after heavy bombardments...
  13. john connor

    A question about equipment descriptions

    Maybe a good rule would be - not so much that you have to scroll the box?
  14. john connor

    A question about equipment descriptions

    For me, you're wrong. :) I love all the detail, and I do read it. I very often look for descriptions and there's none, which is then disappointing. I also love the detailed commander info you sometimes get. Only sometimes. I wish there were more, always.
  15. john connor

    Wish list for WWII...

    Enzo, there are already some really excellent Normandy scenarios in the Steamworkshop created by Bie. The maps are very beautiful, detailed and accurate, the OOBs carefully researched. One of them (Goodwood/Atlantic) is, I believe, the largest scenario (by unit count) created for CO2. So much so...
  16. john connor

    Steam

    A bot? What's the point, Gunnar? There's no link, or whatever.
  17. john connor

    Steam

    Was that google translate, Blonkossos? What language would the original be? I think I get the sense, but maybe post the original too?
  18. john connor

    Steam

    Good.
  19. john connor

    Steam

    It could easily have changed. Whether it's default or not depends on many things. Type in the search field, as above. Select that option - 'Change the size of text...etc' by clicking it in the list (it's the big blue field at the top). This will get you the screen below: Make sure the...
  20. john connor

    Steam

    Yeah, but Goodguy is trying to help you, TMO, because it's not normal what you're seeing. What's normal is there's no difference at all. Here's my 2 opening dialogues from my steam and LnL versions: They're exactly the same, I think. So maybe try to check out the things Goodguy suggests...

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