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RD Oddball -> LSA workbook v40 (7/2/2011 4:31:11 PM)

Please let us know if there are any questions, comments or issues.




Priapus1 -> RE: LSA workbook v40 (7/2/2011 5:28:02 PM)

Thankyou!




Tejszd -> RE: LSA workbook v40 (7/2/2011 7:51:45 PM)

Thank you!!!




tigercub -> RE: LSA workbook v40 (7/3/2011 4:32:19 AM)

thankyou!




tigercub -> RE: LSA workbook v40 (7/3/2011 7:37:44 AM)

The blast Radius, thow set 20m was killing men 35m away in game! for a 8cm mortar?




RD Oddball -> RE: LSA workbook v40 (7/3/2011 6:05:31 PM)

Not something we've been able to reproduce even though we've gotten reports to this effect. So any info as to the exact scenario required to reproduce it on our end will help.




Rosseau -> RE: LSA workbook v40 (7/3/2011 8:28:30 PM)

These really make modding easy. Thanks.

Is there one for COI? I tend to play guessing games with data there, but love it with the mega patch. Even with the new iterations, COI remains viable in a good way.




Nomada_Firefox -> RE: LSA workbook v40 (7/3/2011 11:47:21 PM)

Full thanks.




Tejszd -> RE: LSA workbook v40 (7/4/2011 12:10:58 AM)


quote:

ORIGINAL: rosseau

These really make modding easy. Thanks.

Is there one for COI? I tend to play guessing games with data there, but love it with the mega patch. Even with the new iterations, COI remains viable in a good way.


Couldn't find it trying a search, but I grabbed it somewhere along the way so I attached a copy instead of link....




tigercub -> RE: LSA workbook v40 (7/4/2011 4:29:00 AM)

grand campaign Odd ball.




Rosseau -> RE: LSA workbook v40 (7/4/2011 11:10:26 PM)

Thanks for finding that COI chart, Tejszd. It will save me and maybe others many crashes starting up with bad data.




RD Oddball -> RE: LSA workbook v40 (7/7/2011 2:07:36 PM)


quote:

ORIGINAL: tigercub

grand campaign Odd ball.


Helpful but more info is needed. Without an reliable way to reproduce it can't be determined if/what the problem is. Next time you see it take mental note of the details and pass them on and we'll try to get it to happen on our end to see what's up. Thanks!




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