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About the endurance of this ship - 8/18/2011 10:45:38 AM   
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Why cant i use this ship its got an endurance of 0? What has happen?




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RE: About the endurance of this ship - 8/18/2011 10:55:15 AM   
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Why cant i use this ship its got an endurance of 0? What has happen?




It's got no fuel ... No fuel = no endurance.

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RE: About the endurance of this ship - 8/18/2011 11:14:46 AM   
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How can i have it get fuel? When i get the ship in a taskforce and replesment or should i wait a turn?

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RE: About the endurance of this ship - 8/18/2011 11:19:09 AM   
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How can i have it get fuel? When i get the ship in a taskforce and replesment or should i wait a turn?

Well it says it's anchored at San Francisco, put it in a task force, dock it and hit the "replenish from port" button. As long as there is fuel in S.F it'll refuel.

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RE: About the endurance of this ship - 8/18/2011 11:21:07 AM   
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Ok thanx.

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RE: About the endurance of this ship - 8/18/2011 8:53:47 PM   
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nice feature in the 1108 beta is a coupla' buttons on the 'ships in port' list:
- "load all tenders on this list"
- "refuel all ships on this list"
where you choose among the displayed ship-types, then tag the 'load/refuel all' button as needed. port capacity & its available supply/fuel restrict you, but you don't have to create the ship(s) into a TF.

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RE: About the endurance of this ship - 8/19/2011 12:44:33 AM   
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There's always some punk kid taking the ship out for a spin and leaving the gas tank empty!

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RE: About the endurance of this ship - 8/19/2011 1:07:28 AM   
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There's always some punk kid taking the ship out for a spin and leaving the gas tank empty!





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RE: About the endurance of this ship - 8/19/2011 2:53:29 AM   
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There's always some punk kid taking the ship out for a spin and leaving the gas tank empty!

LOL, reminds me of a story...

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RE: About the endurance of this ship - 8/19/2011 4:45:47 AM   
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The Dutch, historically a great maritime power in own right, once challanged Great Britain herself, for mastery of the seas.
Perhaps the conversion from wind to gas was a bit much!

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RE: About the endurance of this ship - 8/19/2011 11:21:52 AM   
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Wind to gas is safer than the other way around!  

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RE: About the endurance of this ship - 8/19/2011 11:59:28 AM   
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I knew I should have worded that differently!

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RE: About the endurance of this ship - 8/19/2011 1:02:11 PM   
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The Dutch, historically a great maritime power in own right, once challanged Great Britain herself, for mastery of the seas.
Perhaps the conversion from wind to gas was a bit much!


Well strictly speaking, the Dutch were a great power before the English.

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RE: About the endurance of this ship - 8/19/2011 2:29:23 PM   
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The Dutch, historically a great maritime power in own right, once challanged Great Britain herself, for mastery of the seas.
Perhaps the conversion from wind to gas was a bit much!


Well strictly speaking, the Dutch were a great power before the English.


So where the Chinese,Italians (Romans),Greeks,Babalonians,Egyptians (and on, and on)..... And this is relevant why?

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RE: About the endurance of this ship - 8/19/2011 4:56:13 PM   
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nice feature in the 1108 beta is a coupla' buttons on the 'ships in port' list:
- "load all tenders on this list"
- "refuel all ships on this list"
where you choose among the displayed ship-types, then tag the 'load/refuel all' button as needed. port capacity & its available supply/fuel restrict you, but you don't have to create the ship(s) into a TF.



Sweet! Let's hope this makes it into the official patch to come.

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RE: About the endurance of this ship - 8/19/2011 5:11:00 PM   
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nice feature in the 1108 beta is a coupla' buttons on the 'ships in port' list:
- "load all tenders on this list"
- "refuel all ships on this list"
where you choose among the displayed ship-types, then tag the 'load/refuel all' button as needed. port capacity & its available supply/fuel restrict you, but you don't have to create the ship(s) into a TF.



Sweet! Let's hope this makes it into the official patch to come.


It is a wonderful feature, especially for the tenders. Takes what used to be a 2 turn, 4 click problem and solves it with 1 click.

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RE: About the endurance of this ship - 8/19/2011 5:40:04 PM   
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So where the Chinese,Italians (Romans),Greeks,Babalonians,Egyptians (and on, and on)..... And this is relevant why?



It ain't. It's History

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RE: About the endurance of this ship - 8/20/2011 2:06:31 AM   
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quote:

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nice feature in the 1108 beta is a coupla' buttons on the 'ships in port' list:
- "load all tenders on this list"
- "refuel all ships on this list"
where you choose among the displayed ship-types, then tag the 'load/refuel all' button as needed. port capacity & its available supply/fuel restrict you, but you don't have to create the ship(s) into a TF.



Sweet! Let's hope this makes it into the official patch to come.


But you hate to implement new patches, remember...

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RE: About the endurance of this ship - 8/20/2011 1:49:53 PM   
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Maartenr remember that if you put it into a TF that the TF has to be allowed to refuel. If you have toggled the "Do not refuel" selection (rather than "minimum", "tactical" or "Full" it will not refuel at all... I sometimes look at a TF and say "why is it not taking on fuel" and then realize that it's fuel selector is in "Do not refuel"....simple but it can be frustrating....

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RE: About the endurance of this ship - 8/20/2011 6:59:29 PM   
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The Dutch, historically a great maritime power in own right, once challanged Great Britain herself, for mastery of the seas.
Perhaps the conversion from wind to gas was a bit much!


Well strictly speaking, the Dutch were a great power before the English.


So where the Chinese,Italians (Romans),Greeks,Babalonians,Egyptians (and on, and on)..... And this is relevant why?




I dmand the Vikings and Phoenicians be heard from!

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RE: About the endurance of this ship - 8/20/2011 8:27:17 PM   
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The Dutch, historically a great maritime power in own right, once challanged Great Britain herself, for mastery of the seas.
Perhaps the conversion from wind to gas was a bit much!


Well strictly speaking, the Dutch were a great power before the English.


So where the Chinese,Italians (Romans),Greeks,Babalonians,Egyptians (and on, and on)..... And this is relevant why?




I dmand the Vikings and Phoenicians be heard from!


That would be under "and so on and on".

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RE: About the endurance of this ship - 8/20/2011 9:23:14 PM   
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Errrr,....after some thought, I think you should strike Babelonia from that list. I don't believe they're relevant (as sea power, that is)!

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