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RE: Where are you getting the WiF Counters for your Ava... - 2/18/2015 6:38:21 PM   
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RE: Where are you getting the WiF Counters for your Ava... - 2/19/2015 1:14:28 AM   
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Some of the air counters are even worse. I wish I knew how to correct it because on many counters the stats are partially covered. Hard to believe I am the only one suffering from this issue.

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RE: Where are you getting the WiF Counters for your Ava... - 2/19/2015 1:30:07 AM   
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Wow....thank you Froonp (and Missoouri_Rebel).....they are all really great, I will start to distribute to my Aussie mates.....we should start seeing more Aussie avatars over the coming weeks. :)

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RE: Where are you getting the WiF Counters for your Ava... - 2/19/2015 1:36:57 AM   
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Some of the air counters are even worse. I wish I knew how to correct it because on many counters the stats are partially covered. Hard to believe I am the only one suffering from this issue.

I suspect that the Windows Font size is set to something other than Small on your computer.

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RE: Where are you getting the WiF Counters for your Ava... - 2/19/2015 1:39:42 AM   
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Again....just great.....and many thanks Froonp....I will start to distribute amongst my Aussie mates. :)

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RE: Where are you getting the WiF Counters for your Ava... - 2/19/2015 2:13:22 AM   
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Some of the air counters are even worse. I wish I knew how to correct it because on many counters the stats are partially covered. Hard to believe I am the only one suffering from this issue.

I suspect that the Windows Font size is set to something other than Small on your computer.



I checked a while back and it was set to small I believe but I also was directed to this tonight after doing a search. Is there an item on that list that would pertain to the font size in the counters? All other fonts in other games and in general seem fine.




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RE: Where are you getting the WiF Counters for your Ava... - 2/19/2015 4:44:19 PM   
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Isn't there an Australian division counter as well? (the 9th?)

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RE: Where are you getting the WiF Counters for your Ava... - 2/19/2015 6:10:04 PM   
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Isn't there an Australian division counter as well? (the 9th?)


See post #103 on page 4


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RE: Where are you getting the WiF Counters for your Ava... - 2/19/2015 6:38:36 PM   
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Some of the air counters are even worse. I wish I knew how to correct it because on many counters the stats are partially covered. Hard to believe I am the only one suffering from this issue.

I suspect that the Windows Font size is set to something other than Small on your computer.



I checked a while back and it was set to small I believe but I also was directed to this tonight after doing a search. Is there an item on that list that would pertain to the font size in the counters? All other fonts in other games and in general seem fine.




I don't know. I would have to research this to figure it out.

How about showing some of the unit images that are causing you problems? Then I can see if they are different on my computers/monitors.

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RE: Where are you getting the WiF Counters for your Ava... - 2/19/2015 8:45:05 PM   
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See CV FDR at the top of this page (post 361).

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RE: Where are you getting the WiF Counters for your Ava... - 2/19/2015 11:56:09 PM   
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See CV FDR at the top of this page (post 361).

Thanks, but it is the air unit images I would like to see.

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RE: Where are you getting the WiF Counters for your Ava... - 2/20/2015 1:12:30 AM   
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See CV FDR at the top of this page (post 361).

Thanks, but it is the air unit images I would like to see.


Here are a few





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RE: Where are you getting the WiF Counters for your Ava... - 2/20/2015 1:12:53 AM   
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RE: Where are you getting the WiF Counters for your Ava... - 2/20/2015 1:13:52 AM   
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RE: Where are you getting the WiF Counters for your Ava... - 3/5/2015 6:00:06 AM   
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Are the garrison divisions and other divisions from Khaki in Flames in MWIF?

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RE: Where are you getting the WiF Counters for your Ava... - 3/5/2015 2:48:06 PM   
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Are the garrison divisions and other divisions from Khaki in Flames in MWIF?


No.

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RE: Where are you getting the WiF Counters for your Ava... - 5/11/2016 10:07:14 PM   
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Wqw! I wish I had some skill with computers or graphics or both!
Since I don't, would someone be willing to make a B-17 for me? It can be any version, but preferably an early one. It will be in honor of my Dad who was a top turret gunner in the Eight Air Force.
He flew in at least 3 different B-17s because two of them never made it back to base. Two were so shot up that one did a water landing in the North Sea and the other did a "belly landing" at a fighter base in southern England.
Rough duty. He was just a kid (lied about his age and joined at 16) and saw a number of friends die, and was wounded twice himself.
If it is possible to include a plane's name, one that he told me once was "Fertile Myrtle."
I miss him a lot lately.

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RE: Where are you getting the WiF Counters for your Ava... - 5/12/2016 1:06:55 AM   
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Try this. Been a while since I made one. In fact, I had to download an app since Ive had a computer change since then.






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RE: Where are you getting the WiF Counters for your Ava... - 5/12/2016 11:37:04 PM   
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Wqw! I wish I had some skill with computers or graphics or both!
Since I don't, would someone be willing to make a B-17 for me? It can be any version, but preferably an early one. It will be in honor of my Dad who was a top turret gunner in the Eight Air Force.
He flew in at least 3 different B-17s because two of them never made it back to base. Two were so shot up that one did a water landing in the North Sea and the other did a "belly landing" at a fighter base in southern England.
Rough duty. He was just a kid (lied about his age and joined at 16) and saw a number of friends die, and was wounded twice himself.
If it is possible to include a plane's name, one that he told me once was "Fertile Myrtle."
I miss him a lot lately.

Wow. An avatar to honor my father in WW II would be a US CP.

What would other people's be?

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RE: Where are you getting the WiF Counters for your Ava... - 5/13/2016 2:19:13 AM   
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Wqw! I wish I had some skill with computers or graphics or both!
Since I don't, would someone be willing to make a B-17 for me? It can be any version, but preferably an early one. It will be in honor of my Dad who was a top turret gunner in the Eight Air Force.
He flew in at least 3 different B-17s because two of them never made it back to base. Two were so shot up that one did a water landing in the North Sea and the other did a "belly landing" at a fighter base in southern England.
Rough duty. He was just a kid (lied about his age and joined at 16) and saw a number of friends die, and was wounded twice himself.
If it is possible to include a plane's name, one that he told me once was "Fertile Myrtle."
I miss him a lot lately.

Wow. An avatar to honor my father in WW II would be a US CP.

What would other people's be?


Mine was a DI ... not sure what unit that would be ....


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RE: Where are you getting the WiF Counters for your Ava... - 5/13/2016 3:26:32 AM   
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Mine would be a pram and then later, a tricycle. He was born in 1938

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RE: Where are you getting the WiF Counters for your Ava... - 5/13/2016 5:56:00 AM   
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The RCN corvettes are built into the increasing ASW value of US and CW CPs so I guess mine would be a CW CP.

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RE: Where are you getting the WiF Counters for your Ava... - 5/13/2016 6:14:44 AM   
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ORIGINAL: Courtenay


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ORIGINAL: tom730

Wqw! I wish I had some skill with computers or graphics or both!
Since I don't, would someone be willing to make a B-17 for me? It can be any version, but preferably an early one. It will be in honor of my Dad who was a top turret gunner in the Eight Air Force.
He flew in at least 3 different B-17s because two of them never made it back to base. Two were so shot up that one did a water landing in the North Sea and the other did a "belly landing" at a fighter base in southern England.
Rough duty. He was just a kid (lied about his age and joined at 16) and saw a number of friends die, and was wounded twice himself.
If it is possible to include a plane's name, one that he told me once was "Fertile Myrtle."
I miss him a lot lately.

Wow. An avatar to honor my father in WW II would be a US CP.

What would other people's be?
warspite1

My dad would be a Transport counter featuring an old Bedford truck (or whatever the army used in 1939-40).

My uncle (dad's older brother) would be one of the AA guns (but one that would not leave the UK).

An avatar to honour my uncle (dad'd younger brother) is already in game I have considered swapping HMS Warspite for the 43rd - even if just temporarily - but cannot do it. Would be great to have both!




129th Infantry Brigade - 4th Battalion - The Wiltshire Regiment.

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RE: Where are you getting the WiF Counters for your Ava... - 5/13/2016 4:21:38 PM   
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My dad would be, I guess, part of a bomber counter based in Calcutta (i.e., China-India-Burma theater). He was in a communications squad in the Army Air Corps based in Calcutta during the war. He was enlisted. They couldn't drink the water so they'd store a case of beer under their bunks and drink warm beer, instead of water. Growing up I can remember my dad drinking warm beer. I guess he got used to and liked it.

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RE: Where are you getting the WiF Counters for your Ava... - 5/13/2016 4:39:44 PM   
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My dad would be, I guess, part of a bomber counter based in Calcutta (i.e., China-India-Burma theater). He was in a communications squad in the Army Air Corps based in Calcutta during the war. He was enlisted. They couldn't drink the water so they'd store a case of beer under their bunks and drink warm beer, instead of water. Growing up I can remember my dad drinking warm beer. I guess he got used to and liked it.


No jokes about English beer here, please.


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RE: Where are you getting the WiF Counters for your Ava... - 5/13/2016 4:46:58 PM   
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ORIGINAL: warspite1

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ORIGINAL: Courtenay


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ORIGINAL: tom730

Wqw! I wish I had some skill with computers or graphics or both!
Since I don't, would someone be willing to make a B-17 for me? It can be any version, but preferably an early one. It will be in honor of my Dad who was a top turret gunner in the Eight Air Force.
He flew in at least 3 different B-17s because two of them never made it back to base. Two were so shot up that one did a water landing in the North Sea and the other did a "belly landing" at a fighter base in southern England.
Rough duty. He was just a kid (lied about his age and joined at 16) and saw a number of friends die, and was wounded twice himself.
If it is possible to include a plane's name, one that he told me once was "Fertile Myrtle."
I miss him a lot lately.

Wow. An avatar to honor my father in WW II would be a US CP.

What would other people's be?
warspite1

My dad would be a Transport counter featuring an old Bedford truck (or whatever the army used in 1939-40).

My uncle (dad's older brother) would be one of the AA guns (but one that would not leave the UK).

An avatar to honour my uncle (dad'd younger brother) is already in game I have considered swapping HMS Warspite for the 43rd - even if just temporarily - but cannot do it. Would be great to have both!




129th Infantry Brigade - 4th Battalion - The Wiltshire Regiment.

Try this one instead for the 43rd division.





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RE: Where are you getting the WiF Counters for your Ava... - 5/13/2016 4:48:14 PM   
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My dad would be, I guess, part of a bomber counter based in Calcutta (i.e., China-India-Burma theater). He was in a communications squad in the Army Air Corps based in Calcutta during the war. He was enlisted. They couldn't drink the water so they'd store a case of beer under their bunks and drink warm beer, instead of water. Growing up I can remember my dad drinking warm beer. I guess he got used to and liked it.

There is this one.




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RE: Where are you getting the WiF Counters for your Ava... - 5/13/2016 4:54:29 PM   
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The RCN corvettes are built into the increasing ASW value of US and CW CPs so I guess mine would be a CW CP.

Like this one ?




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RE: Where are you getting the WiF Counters for your Ava... - 5/13/2016 4:55:42 PM   
Froonp


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ORIGINAL: rkr1958

My dad would be, I guess, part of a bomber counter based in Calcutta (i.e., China-India-Burma theater). He was in a communications squad in the Army Air Corps based in Calcutta during the war. He was enlisted. They couldn't drink the water so they'd store a case of beer under their bunks and drink warm beer, instead of water. Growing up I can remember my dad drinking warm beer. I guess he got used to and liked it.

There is this one.




Or something like that ?




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RE: Where are you getting the WiF Counters for your Ava... - 5/13/2016 5:09:20 PM   
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ORIGINAL: Froonp


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ORIGINAL: warspite1

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ORIGINAL: Courtenay


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ORIGINAL: tom730

Wqw! I wish I had some skill with computers or graphics or both!
Since I don't, would someone be willing to make a B-17 for me? It can be any version, but preferably an early one. It will be in honor of my Dad who was a top turret gunner in the Eight Air Force.
He flew in at least 3 different B-17s because two of them never made it back to base. Two were so shot up that one did a water landing in the North Sea and the other did a "belly landing" at a fighter base in southern England.
Rough duty. He was just a kid (lied about his age and joined at 16) and saw a number of friends die, and was wounded twice himself.
If it is possible to include a plane's name, one that he told me once was "Fertile Myrtle."
I miss him a lot lately.

Wow. An avatar to honor my father in WW II would be a US CP.

What would other people's be?
warspite1

My dad would be a Transport counter featuring an old Bedford truck (or whatever the army used in 1939-40).

My uncle (dad's older brother) would be one of the AA guns (but one that would not leave the UK).

An avatar to honour my uncle (dad'd younger brother) is already in game I have considered swapping HMS Warspite for the 43rd - even if just temporarily - but cannot do it. Would be great to have both!




129th Infantry Brigade - 4th Battalion - The Wiltshire Regiment.

Try this one instead for the 43rd division.




warspite1

Thanks Froonp!


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