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RE: Triumph(2) - 2/7/2018 11:32:35 AM   
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Ok I get it now, when you asked me to play the minors I must have played Norway by mistake and that some how got into our turns, because I have the password for Norway. falco I PMed it to you. sorry for the confusion.

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RE: Triumph(2) - 2/7/2018 2:46:20 PM   
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Since Hatemf90 has already confessed I am not the guilty party.

Another sleepy morning...going to have to check my CPAP machine to make sure it is working correctly. Although it is not really a CPAP but a VPAP. Constant Positive Air Pressure (CPAP)..Variable Positive Air Pressure (VPAP). Got to take the memory chip to the medical supply company for checking. They will pass on the results to my doctor. CPAP machines constantly blow air into the lungs at several times normal air pressure..VPAP machines vary the pressure depending upon whether you are breathing out or in (makes breathing out easier). If it is not working correctly they will repair or replace it...if it is working correctly but I am not benefiting from it my doc will have to make an adjustment of the pressure or prescribe a machine that will help.

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RE: Triumph(2) - 2/8/2018 6:45:38 AM   
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No worries Hatem. This game can be a bit confounding at times, especially if your a newbee. Anyway got the file ok and USA file is now in DB.

Larry....sounds like a pretty complicated procedure. U have to do that every day?

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RE: Triumph(2) - 2/8/2018 1:17:31 PM   
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Nope. I just put on the headset that connects to the CPAP machine. The headset mask fits over the nostrils and blows air into the nose. After putting on the headset I go to bed and try to sleep. The memory chip (in the machine) records my breathing cycles and when I take it to the medical supply company the upload the data to the computer and take a look at it. It is used to diagnose any problems I have breathing while I sleep and take corrective procedures or reprogram the machine to correct the problem. I have to take the chip into the company every two years or whenever I feel I have a problem. After they upload the data they "reformat" the chip so it will record another two years.

Okay, big problem I forgot my password. I think the player before me can reset my password. Since I don't have a copy of the game on my machine I don't have a text message to myself as to what my password was.

Yeah, Hatem don't worry about it--over the years I can't remember all the stuff I've done wrong--like not remembering my password.

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RE: Triumph(2) - 2/8/2018 9:43:09 PM   
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The player 2 steps removed can change the password...

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RE: Triumph(2) - 2/9/2018 6:09:52 AM   
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Didnt know the password could be changed. What u mean by two steps removed? Do u mean a third player can change the password and then tell the 2nd player involved what the new password is?

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RE: Triumph(2) - 2/9/2018 8:35:46 AM   
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If you are playing in a multiplayer game, the person two steps removed, can change the password. So if Germany was first, Italy was next and Axis minors were then. Then the password for Axis minors can be changed by Germany. So if you want to change a password you would need to redo two turns.

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RE: Triumph(2) - 2/9/2018 2:25:23 PM   
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I am really sorry for the mistake I made. I will redo my turn as soon as I can..I've tried all my usual password combination.

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RE: Triumph(2) - 2/9/2018 4:04:44 PM   
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I dont think its too serious a problem anyway. Its not like Norway is a major power in this anyway. The only possible problem could be if the Allies actually had a lot of forces
there for whatever reason, the german player could be tempted to take a sneak peek at the end of the Russian turn.

BTW Turkey was opened by Hatem too but this wont be a problem because the Turkey file always comes after Norway so its never actually put into DB.

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RE: Triumph(2) - 2/9/2018 4:06:24 PM   
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quote:

ORIGINAL: LJBurstyn

I am really sorry for the mistake I made. I will redo my turn as soon as I can..I've tried all my usual password combination.


What you talking about Larry??

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RE: Triumph(2) - 2/11/2018 3:34:13 PM   
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Forgetting my password is the mistake I made. I usually use password combinations like the name of the game + a number + something else that's easy to remember...only on things that don't need really good passwords (not necessarily in that order). I have a password program that I use for more complicated stuff but it does not work in ATG. (that way I only have to remember my master password which is real good).

I'll do my turn as soon as someone resets my password.

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RE: Triumph(2) - 2/12/2018 4:29:11 AM   
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So how do we actually go about resetting it?

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RE: Triumph(2) - 2/12/2018 7:23:49 AM   
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The player two turns removed needs to redo his turn. In this case, Russia. See arrow below.




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RE: Triumph(2) - 2/12/2018 7:25:27 AM   
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The player of Russia then needs to go to the strategic map/diplomatic screen, and there choose change password, as shown below. (poor Russia I cringe at the need to redo that turn).




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RE: Triumph(2) - 2/12/2018 7:30:17 AM   
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If the Russian player is lucky, the autosave may be the way to go. Autosaves are made at the end of each turn. BUT they are overwritten by the next time you end a turn, in a game you can save in.

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RE: Triumph(2) - 2/12/2018 11:39:53 AM   
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So whoever's playing Norway would choose a password for the Russian player?? Sorry, I'm not understanding this at all.

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RE: Triumph(2) - 2/12/2018 11:48:37 AM   
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The Russian player should replay his turn. When doing that, he will need to reset the password for Norway. He also has to input the new password for Norway. Then the Turkish player replays his turn, and finally the player playing Norway can play with the new password, that the Russian player has told the player who plays Norway about.

It's not that complicated.

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RE: Triumph(2) - 2/12/2018 11:52:40 AM   
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Ok thanks. Larry you got that?

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RE: Triumph(2) - 2/12/2018 11:54:49 AM   
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Actually I think that the Russian player is Juergen.

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RE: Triumph(2) - 2/12/2018 3:34:50 PM   
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Yes, your right. Apologies.

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RE: Triumph(2) - 2/12/2018 6:43:17 PM   
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quote:

ORIGINAL: ernieschwitz

Actually I think that the Russian player is Juergen.


I will reset passwords for USA (Larry) and Norway. It has accidently played by Hatem. As he is player of Axis and Norway is part of western allies (the HQ is close to London, so map will display all British units) Norway should be played by Falco.

New password sent by PM.

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RE: Triumph(2) - 2/13/2018 12:28:36 PM   
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Spanish turn is in DB now.

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RE: Triumph(2) - 2/13/2018 2:07:14 PM   
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Got my password via PM mail...saved it with my email program...will be ready when someone uploads my turn. Hope it is not on Valentine Day as I have a DENTIST appointment to have my teeth deep cleaned (without pain medication as I react badly to them).

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