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Possible lock-up - 12/27/2011 11:48:30 AM   
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244 StuG Bde did not move for many hours without any apparent reason: it has a lot of fuel, little fatigue, and no visible threat.





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RE: Possible lock-up - 12/27/2011 11:56:41 AM   
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And here is a saved game.


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RE: Possible lock-up - 12/27/2011 1:11:03 PM   
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The brigade starts moving again within the hour - There is a threat to the HQ near Auw that appears by around 12:30 and the brigade starts moving again as soon as that threat is dislodged.

Not a lockup.

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RE: Possible lock-up - 12/27/2011 3:02:09 PM   
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I see. You're probably right, but the progress is very small even after some hours, while I and II Bn 294 did more progress on feet.

244 StuG Bde has Min Aggro and Fastest Speed; shouldn't it move more fluently? It seems to me that in general there is sometimes a high viscosity on the move. Anyway thanks for your evaluation.






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RE: Possible lock-up - 12/27/2011 3:21:31 PM   
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I find that assigning a formation for the force myself rather than letting the AI decide get's the force moving earlier. Low aggro seems to make them more timid and unwilling to move out whereas I used to assume low aggro was telling them to "keep moving but don't engage". The truth is most likely somewhere in the middle.

I don't pretend to know everything about what is under the hood - I'm still learning and experimenting as well.

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RE: Possible lock-up - 12/27/2011 5:46:20 PM   
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Thanks. I'll try to experiment some more.

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