From: New Zealand
In what way isn't it working? "%C" will give a capital letter as it's designation while "%d" gives a number.However, a tag will only work if the unit is a subunit of another unit as defined in the data file, not in the editor itself. If you created your Eng coy as it is now in the editor, it would ask you for a unit name so the tag in this case is irrelevant.
Also did you realise that you need to define a platoon? I'll give you an example below: (I'm also adding 3 platoons to the coy, and 3 sections per platoon for examples)
Description Code Tag Composition ( Tags = 1A1/BR or RG name)
Engineer Company USN24 %C/ USN25, USN25A*3
>Company HQ USN25 CHQ US53D, US53E, US43A, US212A
>Engineer Platoon USN25A %d/ USN26, USN27*3
>>Platoon HQ USN26 PHQ US53A, US53B
>>Engineer Section USN27 %d/ US43C, US102A
To give an example of what the tags do; if you gave the coy the name 42ENG when you created it in the scenario editor, in the oob viewer it would look similar to this: (I've added the subunit descriptions to where they are in the oob)
CHQ 42ENG <----Company HQ
| -PHQ 1/42ENG <----Platoon HQ
| |-1/1/42ENG <----Engineer Section
| -PHQ 2/42ENG |
| |-1/2/42ENG |---Engineer Platoon
| |-2/2/42ENG |
| |-3/2/42ENG |
| -PHQ 3/42ENG
The "%d/" tags will give you sequential numbers for each sub unit.
< Message edited by The Plodder -- 12/26/2014 11:28:59 AM >
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