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Losses - 7/3/2011 1:11:36 AM   
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Is there anyway to keep a check of the cumulative PO's losses (for a scenario and not individual combat)as well as my own? I take it that the only way to know my losses is with the Inventory and Replacements report but how do I get to know my PO enemy's?
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RE: Losses - 7/3/2011 3:58:26 AM   
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Is there anyway to keep a check of the cumulative PO's losses (for a scenario and not individual combat)as well as my own? I take it that the only way to know my losses is with the Inventory and Replacements report but how do I get to know my PO enemy's?


You can turn the sitrep log on or use 'Onkel' Larry's (Larry Fulkerson) incerdible Combat Loss Viewer (CLV). *see below*; if you got time for micromanagement or like in the old days of the C=64 (oh well... Kampfgruppe, etc.) make a list *handwritten* of all the tanks your lads blew up. If you need the CLV, cos' the 'Onkel' is too busy playing WITE, drop me a line.

kLinK, Oberst




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RE: Losses - 7/3/2011 1:27:53 PM   
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Thanks Oberst, I'll give that a try.

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RE: Losses - 7/3/2011 4:10:22 PM   
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Where can i go to download the Combat Loss viewer?

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RE: Losses - 7/3/2011 4:23:59 PM   
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Where can i go to download the Combat Loss viewer?


You can PM larryfulkerson aka Onkel Larry. He got the latest version, because he's the brain behind it. There was a thread somewhere, don't remember where and when... If not email me and I gonna send you the version I got.

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RE: Losses - 7/4/2011 4:45:36 PM   
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Here's the thread for the loss calculator, I think this is what your looking for.

http://www.matrixgames.com/forums/tm.asp?m=2711227&mpage=1&key=?

Or, during the PO's turn pause the game by right clicking on the map, choose "Neither" for computer controlled player. At that point you should be able to pull up the PO's Inventory and Replacement list. Then resume the game. I believe this is the way Mr Fulkerson put together the lists for his AAR For D21.

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RE: Losses - 7/4/2011 5:32:34 PM   
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The attachment in the previous post is a cut and past of both sides lists. There is no way that I know of to pull up both lists together.




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RE: Losses - 7/4/2011 11:06:16 PM   
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The attachment in the previous post is a cut and past of both sides lists. There is no way that I know of to pull up both lists together.




Happy 4th Stevo! Alas, don't encourage the lad to use the tool as a kinda 'ENIGMA' or Bletchley Park tool to spy, uh?

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RE: Losses - 7/5/2011 3:11:00 PM   
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Hi Klaus. Happy 4th to all. Sorry about the 2 images in a row, I meant to edit the original, not copy iit

All of this stuff is in the reports, it's easier than cutting and pasting to a spreadsheet. Personally, I'd rather not know the exact condition of my opponent. Takes away from the "Fog of War'. This is something I figured out while reading Larry's great " A How To for Beginners" post.

P.S. How's your visit going? Still in Virginia?

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RE: Losses - 7/5/2011 11:59:17 PM   
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Hi Klaus. Happy 4th to all. Sorry about the 2 images in a row, I meant to edit the original, not copy iit

All of this stuff is in the reports, it's easier than cutting and pasting to a spreadsheet. Personally, I'd rather not know the exact condition of my opponent. Takes away from the "Fog of War'. This is something I figured out while reading Larry's great " A How To for Beginners" post.

P.S. How's your visit going? Still in Virginia?

Baltimore, MD atm, but going to head west again to my mountain retreat in WV ;)

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