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Panzer Corps 88mm flak - 1/25/2015 7:57:57 AM   
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The 88mm flak gun should have the range of the 128mm gun when used in anti tank mode.Also,it would be interesting to increase the range of the tiger 1 and 2's gun range-after all,they were very long range guns.Just a thought.Peter.

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RE: Panzer Corps 88mm flak - 1/25/2015 1:17:59 PM   
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Peter, welcome to the forum!

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RE: Panzer Corps 88mm flak - 1/26/2015 7:01:06 AM   
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Hello Patrick-thanks for reply-I don't play online as its expensive.I'm on prepaid,because the Telco charges in Australia are very high.Anyway,i checked out your link-what a collection!I'm mainly into first person shooters,ww2 ect.But Deux Ex was a favourite I used to play a lot.I had the original panzer general,but can't play it on windows 8.I was most pleasantly surprised to discover Panzer Corps-it's a ripper of a game-I have all the downloads,mega campaign pack,and most of the mods.I am from Melbourne,but have been living up in Derby,a small town in north western Australia.Anyway,i really do wish they'd modify the point I made re Panzer Corps.It's a pity one can't get into the ini file and alter it,like u could with panzer general.Cheers mate.Peter.

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RE: Panzer Corps 88mm flak - 2/4/2015 10:05:14 AM   
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Hello Soxy,

If you are looking for Panzer Corps, then the most active forum is on the Slitherine site. If you go to the forum there, then the devs and/or the community can advise on the reason for the range being what it is. There is likely a reason for the range being what it is, but unfortunately I don't know why. Also, there is a modding subforum there, so if you wanted to edit the range yourself then the modding forum will be able to advise. I have see WW1 mods and all kinds, so it should be able to be modded.
http://slitherine.com/forum/viewforum.php?f=121

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RE: Panzer Corps 88mm flak - 2/5/2015 11:43:47 AM   
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Thanks Joseph.Am a bit confused how to put message on the slitherine board-Excuse my simple brain,but what is the find a member bit?Regards Peter.

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RE: Panzer Corps 88mm flak - 2/6/2015 4:47:58 PM   
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Hello Peter,

Not to worry. The Slitherine Member search isn't as simple to use unfortunately. First, you need to go to the below site and log in:
http://slitherine.com/forum/

Then once you have logged in, you can either click the "Member List" button in the top right. You cannot search for specific users unfortunately, but you can limit the search by name and browse for this. Then you can use the User Control Panel to search
http://slitherine.com/forum/memberlist.php

However there is an easier way. Once you are logged in, you will see an option for Use Control Panel in the top left. Clicking this will show a number of options, and you can either message a specific user (where you can search for their username) and you can add "friends", which allows you a quick link to view the person's profile.

For posting, it works in a similar way. Once you've logged in, you'll see "Post New Thread" buttons on the primary forum pages, and if you are looking at a specific thread you will see "Post Reply" buttons. I hope this helps, but let me know if you want any further clarification, especially if you have trouble with the user control panel, and I will try to get some screenshots to show you the pathing you can take and to show how to nagivate the panel.

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