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2 questions - 12/10/2012 10:27:21 PM   
JSG


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How can I get this turret repaired?
Even shipyard repair shipyard at Colombo should really be large enough) doesn't work.
I tried it with having this ship alone in the shipyard, got shipyard repair selected and still it didn't repair.




How can I rebuild this corps? Same HQ, same location, same original corps, same op mode, no pack time - still the rebuild link/button remains grey at all times.

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RE: 2 questions - 12/10/2012 10:32:52 PM   
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1. Cape Town.

2. You have to be absolutely sure that all three units have the same devices. You may have upgraded to 57 mm from 37mm AT with one of the regiments. If all three do not have the same type of weapon then they will not recombine. Chinese devices are painfully slow to come on board so you might have to wait. Make sure you locate the device in the pool and stockpile it until you have enough to upgrade. Then turn off upgrades and replacements for "every" other Chinese infantry unit just to be sure. Pain in the butt sometimes.

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RE: 2 questions - 12/10/2012 11:29:44 PM   
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Pain in the butt sometimes.


I suppose it's a better idea to use them as garrisons in this case. They're quite depleted anyway.

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RE: 2 questions - 12/11/2012 8:30:45 AM   
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quote:

ORIGINAL: JSG


quote:

Pain in the butt sometimes.


I suppose it's a better idea to use them as garrisons in this case. They're quite depleted anyway.



The "**" sign (two asterisks together) tells you that this device is different than the same device slot in another subordinate unit, and that fact will prevent the subordinate units from rebuilding into the parent unit.

You will also see these two symbols used

The "+" sign (plus sign) tells you that replacements are available for that squad/device.

The "=" sign (equals sign) tells you that a squad/device can upgrade because there are enough of the newer squad/device in the pool.

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RE: 2 questions - 12/11/2012 12:53:02 PM   
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quote:

ORIGINAL: Chris H


quote:

ORIGINAL: JSG


quote:

Pain in the butt sometimes.


I suppose it's a better idea to use them as garrisons in this case. They're quite depleted anyway.



The "**" sign (two asterisks together) tells you that this device is different than the same device slot in another subordinate unit, and that fact will prevent the subordinate units from rebuilding into the parent unit.

You will also see these two symbols used

The "+" sign (plus sign) tells you that replacements are available for that squad/device.

The "=" sign (equals sign) tells you that a squad/device can upgrade because there are enough of the newer squad/device in the pool.

...but not if he's using an older version.

What version are you using?

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RE: 2 questions - 12/11/2012 3:47:28 PM   
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JSG,

For future reference, read the ship repair guide 101

http://www.matrixgames.com/forums/tm.asp?m=2990845

sections 7-8, and Tables A and B deal with weapon repairs.

Alfred

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RE: 2 questions - 12/11/2012 3:53:14 PM   
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quote:

ORIGINAL: witpqs

quote:

ORIGINAL: Chris H


quote:

ORIGINAL: JSG


quote:

Pain in the butt sometimes.


I suppose it's a better idea to use them as garrisons in this case. They're quite depleted anyway.



The "**" sign (two asterisks together) tells you that this device is different than the same device slot in another subordinate unit, and that fact will prevent the subordinate units from rebuilding into the parent unit.

You will also see these two symbols used

The "+" sign (plus sign) tells you that replacements are available for that squad/device.

The "=" sign (equals sign) tells you that a squad/device can upgrade because there are enough of the newer squad/device in the pool.

...but not if he's using an older version.

What version are you using?


Dunn, but I saw these mysterious signs next to guns etc.

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