[QUOTE]Originally posted by K62
[B]Impressive work... I especially liked the map. Too bad I'll have to delete it, it shows both sides :( Otherwise it would have been nice to know instantly where a certain airgroup or division is. And I think it's a great improvement for those who actually design scenarios.
BTW, how did you access Michael's macros, even though they're password protected? As I said, I plan to move this kind of thing to MS Access, which also suports VBA, and if I could just run those macros it would make it much easier. :rolleyes: [/B][/QUOTE]
Yea, the map really helps when setting up scenarios. You could keep the map, just delete the opposing korps and HQs.
Yea, I hacked Michael's VBA password. :eek: As usual, MS's security isn't so hot and VBA password encryption can be hacked in about 5ms. Dunno why I even bothered re-passwording it. I'll send you the password. I re-wrote everything and cleaned it up to make it run quicker, but Michael did the hard work by figuring out the bytes. (I hope he's not offended)
We go, we go, we go to war, to hew the stone and break the door;
For bole and bough are burning now, the furnace roars – we go to war!
To land of gloom with tramp of doom, with roll of drum, we come, we come;
To Isengard with doom we come!
With doom w