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RE: Updated community scenario pack - Six new scenarios! - 11/1/2015 5:45:58 PM   
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Greetings how can one have his scenario added to the pack? I plan on revealing my new scenario but would want to know how one has the privilege to be added to the official community pack?


Probably best to post it as a new thread in the 'Mods and Scenarios' page. A few guys will probably pick it up and help you with testing. Lots of good help and pointers, plus different testers have different styles and you get a feel for how your scenario is balanced.

Once you're happy with it then there is a thread titled 'Please use this to post ready scenarios for Community'. If you post the finished version there, it will get picked up in the next scenario pack.

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RE: Updated community scenario pack - Six new scenarios! - 11/1/2015 6:07:12 PM   
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ORIGINAL: Death6

Greetings how can one have his scenario added to the pack? I plan on revealing my new scenario but would want to know how one has the privilege to be added to the official community pack?


Probably best to post it as a new thread in the 'Mods and Scenarios' page. A few guys will probably pick it up and help you with testing. Lots of good help and pointers, plus different testers have different styles and you get a feel for how your scenario is balanced.

Once you're happy with it then there is a thread titled 'Please use this to post ready scenarios for Community'. If you post the finished version there, it will get picked up in the next scenario pack.

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Thanks gunner will do that. The procedure explanation helped a lot.

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RE: Updated community scenario pack - Six new scenarios! - 12/7/2015 11:15:17 AM   
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Miguel Molina has posted a new revision of the community scenario pack, the compendium of Command scenarios crafted by the user community. The new release contains fifteen brand-new scenarios:

Biddle's Team, 1982: Three weeks after the assassination of Anwar Sadat on October 6, 1981, Egypt has slipped into political chaos. A Soviet surface group is currently en route to offer support to the pro-Soviet faction now struggling for control. The United States, however, has recognized a pro-Western faction as the legitimate government of Egypt, and has no intention of allowing Egypt to turn into a Soviet puppet state.

Biddle's Quandary, 1982: The Middle East has become increasingly unstable since the assassination of Anwar Sadat in 1981. Egypt has avoided total collapse, but militant groups have been responsible for numerous acts of terrorism in the last several months. Evidence suggests that Syria and Libya have been sponsoring some of these terrorist groups. The US has moved some of its ships near Syria as a show of force, hoping the proximity of American military might will discourage further acts of terrorism. Egypt has sent one of its patrol boats into the area as well. Syria, however, has responded by threatening to attack any vessel that violates its territorial waters.

Biddle goes to Algeria, 1984: Tensions have increased between the United States and Algeria in the early 1980s. To increase presence in the region, a small force centered on the cruiser Biddle is tasked to patrol defensively off the Algerian coast, screened by RAF aircraft from Gibraltar.

Fall of Seoul, 1950: North Korean forces have crossed the 38th parallel and invaded South Korea, in violation of UN agreements. This scenario covers the first three days of fighting for the US forces in the Korean war. Your tasks are as follows:
* Coordinate an evacuation by air and sea from Seoul to US bases in Japan.
* Establish air superiority over South Korea.
* Conduct tactical interdiction against communist advance south of the 38th parallel.

MINUSMA, 2015: The atrocities commited by the rebel groups in Mali's north has taken a turn for the worse. The UN has authorized airstrikes to support the Malian goverment in its push to once again retake the north of the country. To support the UN's mission in Mali, Sweden has deployed its fighter jets abroad for the first time since the Congo Crisis. You are to employ airstrikes to weaken the rebels ability to wage an effective fight towards the goverment and you are to provide reconnissance support for the Malian goverment if requested. Collateral damage or friendly losses will not be tolerated!

Norrland Defense, 1990: Defense of Norrland and its strategically important F 21 Luleå Airbase and Luleå Harbour from a pre-emptive Soviet strike in preparation for a full blown invasion. Defend the Luleå airbase against Soviet assaults and engage the Soviet ships and submarines reported in the area.

Sandbox Scenario #1: Surface Encounter, 1991: In this adaptation of scenario "Surface Encounter" from the boardgame "Harpoon: Captain's Edition", an Arleigh Burke-class destroyer is escorting a Whidbey Island-class LSD in the Norwegian Sea and it happens to detect a Soviet Sovremenny-class destroyer with an Ivan Rogov-class landing ship. A skirmish ensues with both sides trying to sink the other's escorted ships. The Soviets win a victory if they sink the LSD while the US wins if it can sink the Rogov.

To Kill A Mockingbird, 1979: This scenario pits the Soviet air defenses on the Kola Peninsula against the legendary SR-71 - and against the equally-legendary Soviet command chain bureaucracy! To win this mission, you must not only shoot down the dreaded Blackbird, but also do so only after receiving Moscow's permission. Better yet, you will not know where and when exactly the secretive plane is coming - this mission is designed to be dynamic and will play differently each time. Sometimes you will have a good shot, while other times the Habu will elude you entirely.

USS Midway vs Cuba (The War That Never Was), 1989: When WW3 breaks out in the early 1990s, it spreads everywhere, quickly. One exception has been Cuba, issuing an open letter of neutrality to everyone. However, Cuba is now planning on entering the war. The Soviet Union has instructed them to enter the war just as the US is sending the first of their heavy divisions towards Europe. What if Cuba did enter the war at this percarious moment? All that the US has standing between an entire nation's armed forces and the lifeline to Europe is the USS Midway, fitted with a scratch SAG and reserve F/A-18 squadrons. Can they hold the line?

Northern Fury 9.2 - Changing Of The Guard, 1994: The situation in the North Atlantic remains desperate. The rapid capture of North Norway and Iceland have allowed the Soviets to surge almost 100 submarines into the Atlantic. The USS Enterprise CVBG spent two difficult days blunting an attempt by the Red Banner Northern Fleet to interdict the sea lanes, she is now preparing to retire for re-supply and re-organization, as are the major Soviet surface units. The USS Eisenhower, after three days of hard fighting in the Mediterranean, has passed through the Pillars of Hercules and is heading north. She will join the USS Carl Vinson CVBG to strike at Soviet forces around Iceland in three days. As the NATO player you must safely withdraw the Enterprise CVBG and replace it with the Carl Vinson CVBG in a holding area south of Iceland. As the WP player you have multiple submarines and significant air assets at your disposal. Your task is to sink one or both US aircraft carriers.

Northern Fury 9.3 - Command At Sea, 1994: The USS Carl Vinson CVBG is moving up to relieve the Enterprise. The USS Eisenhower, after three days of hard fighting in the Mediterranean, has passed through the Pillars of Hercules and is heading north. She will join the USS Carl Vinson CVBG to strike at Soviet forces around Iceland in three days. As the NATO player you must maneuver and protect the USS Mount Whitney as it transports the Commander of the US 2nd Fleet (NATO’s CINCLANT) to a patrol area off the Azores. As the WP player you have multiple submarines and valuable intelligence indicating that a ‘High Value Target’ is arriving in your patrol area.

Northern Fury 9.4 - Cutting The Tether, 1994: This is a small but critical scenario in the battle to isolate Soviet forces on Iceland. Since taking the island of Jan Mayen in the first hours of the war, the desolate spot on the Greenland Sea has become a critical link in Iceland’s supply chain, a long and arduous tether back to the Kola Peninsula. Your job in this scenario is to cut that tether.

Northern Fury 9.5 - Here Comes The Cavalry, 1994: The US 2nd Fleet is now ready for its first counter-attack. The 1st phase has the USS Eisenhower and the USS Carl Vinson CVBGs strike at Soviet forces around Iceland. In order to neutralize the significant Soviet forces on Iceland, your task is to move north and establish local air superiority over the Keflavik peninsula as a precursor to a large USAF strike tomorrow night. You have 28 hours to destroy Soviet Air Defences over Iceland. Detailed SEAD and Strike tasks will be the Air Force's job, but you need to clean the airspace to make that possible. You know that there are formidable air defences both on and over Iceland so this will not be an easy task.

Northern Fury 9.6 - Stab In The Dark, 1994: Your task is simple, as the Captain of the Canadian Submarine HMCS Onondaga, infiltrate Soviet ASW defences north of Reykjavik and insert a Special Forces team comprising of 4 Canadian JTF2 (Joint Task Force 2) and 4 British SBS (Special Boat Service) operatives. However you may find that in war – nothing is simple.

Northern Fury 10.1 - Poke in the Eye, 1994: 42 hours ago, your Special Forces team comprising of 4 Canadian JTF2 (Joint Task Force 2) and 4 British SBS (Special Boat Service) operatives arrived in Iceland. Now it’s time to earn your paycheck.


As always, the community scenario pack is available for download at the WarfareSims download section: http://www.warfaresims.com/?page_id=1876

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RE: Updated community scenario pack - Six new scenarios! - 12/8/2015 8:25:47 PM   
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Hi,

The MINUSMA, 2015 scenario starts with Gods eye mode on.

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RE: Updated community scenario pack - Six new scenarios! - 12/9/2015 4:12:40 AM   
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Hi,

The MINUSMA, 2015 scenario starts with Gods eye mode on.

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Thanks for the finding, I will change that for next release.

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RE: Updated community scenario pack - Six new scenarios! - 3/10/2016 2:05:25 AM   
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Great job

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RE: New scenario pack releases - 3/29/2016 2:59:10 AM   
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Just a quick note to say thank you to everyone who has taken the time to add new scenarios.

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RE: New scenario pack releases - 4/1/2016 11:07:00 AM   
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Miguel Molina has released the updated version of the Command community scenario pack. The new release includes a whopping twenty-six brand-new scenarios:

Crossing the Line of Death (The War That Never Was), 1989: The two most powerful militaries in North Africa, Libya and Egypt, were not necessarily aligned with either NATO or the Warsaw Pact. This scenario, based upon the book The War That Never Was by Michael A. Palmer, begins with the neutrality of these states in doubt. Will Qaddafi side with the Soviets? Can the US cash in all the Egyptian IOUs?

Air Battle - The Litani River, 2017: Syria has placed SAM facilities in southern Lebanon, near the Litani River, and close enough to the Israeli border that they represent a threat to Israeli aircraft. After an incident in which an Israeli F-15 was nearly shot down, Israel has decided to eliminate the threat.

Battle of Kodel Channel (The War That Never Was), 1989: Geography was not kind to the Soviet Union and the Warsaw Pact. The Russian, Polish, and East German ports on the Baltic Sea were blocked from accessing the North Sea and ports beyond by the nation of Denmark. The Danish islands formed the "cork" that sealed Warsaw Pact forces in the "bottle" of the Baltic Sea. This scenario attempts to re-create the "battle of Kodel Channel" from Michael A. Palmer's novel The War That Never Was. The Warsaw Pact forces are charged with being the "corkscrew" by forcing an amphibious landing near Copenhagen. To do this they will have to overcome air, surface, and subsurface (including mines) forces.

Great Pacific War - Breakout, 2020: It has been several years since the Taiwan reunification with China. War has broken out between the Sino-Russian (axis) alliance and Japan after an escalating crisis related to the ongoing dispute over the Senkaku Islands. The US and allies side with Japan but devastating Chinese and Russian strikes have crippled Japan and the major US bases in the Western Pacific. The axis have air and maritime dominance in the East China Sea and are preparing to invade Okinawa. An axis CSG group has passed through the Miyako Straight into the Western Pacific to cut off Okinawa and Japan from allied reinforcements. An allied carrier strike group sailing toward the area is tasked with the securing sea lanes leading to Japan.

Great Pacific War - Breakout, 2020 [No subs]: A variation of the above scenario without submarines.

Iran Airbase Attack Drill, 2014: The Iranian Air Force has decided to stage an exercise testing their offensive capabilities. Aircraft from an airfield in western Iran are to hit another airfield defended by the best technology the nation can provide.

Littoral Mission - Cebu Strait, 2018: This scenario assumes serious civil unrest and terrorism has continued to plague the Philippines. The Philippines has turned to one of its closest allies, the United States, to assist them in hunting down terrorists based on Bohol Island.

Mexican Fishery Conflict, 2017: Mexico's navy is not primarily designed for power projection, but rather to defend its long coastline and its large exclusive economic zone (EEZ). This scenario assumes that Guatemalan fishing boats have been violating Mexcian fisheries. The crews of these fishing boats have started to take matters into their own hands, ramming other boats and occasionally firing shots from pistols and rifles (not to mention the occasional black market machine gun). Both Mexico and Guatemala have deployed patrol vessels to the area to keep the peace.

Northern Fury #9.7 - Sub Surge, 1994: The situation in the North Atlantic remains desperate. The rapid capture of North Norway and Iceland have allowed the Soviets to surge almost 100 submarines into the Atlantic. The USS Enterprise CVBG spent two difficult days blunting an attempt by the Red Banner Northern Fleet to interdict the sea lanes, she is now preparing to retire for re-supply and re-organization, as are the major Soviet surface units. The USS Carl Vinson CVBG is moving up to relieve the Enterprise. The USS Eisenhower, after three days of hard fighting in the Mediterranean, has passed through the Pillars of Hercules and is heading north. She will join the USS Carl Vinson CVBG to strike at Soviet forces around Iceland in three days. This scenario focuses on pushing NATO submarines and some unique capabilities through the Greenland Sea to the very edge of the Barents Sea and the Arctic Ocean. The Soviets consider this area home waters, and protect the Barents Sea, one of their critical ‘Bastions’, vigorously. In addition to standard sub vs. sub action you will be required to complete several special missions while the Soviets hunt for you with plentiful and alert air, surface and sub surface forces.

Northern Fury #10.2 - Ant Eaters Revenge, 1994: The US 2nd Fleet is now conducting its first major counter-attack. The 1st phase by 2 CVBGs attacking to gain air superiority around Iceland is complete. Now it is time to shut down the Soviet airbases. You are tasked with conducting a decisive airstrike with the 27th Tactical Fighter Wing (TFW) reinforced, while transiting your forces to England. The 27th TFW consists of 3 squadrons of F-111s and a supporting squadron of EF-111 ECM aircraft; for this strike the wing has been reinforced by a squadron each of F-15C, F-15E, F-16CJ, F-4G Wild Weasel, F-117 Nighthawk and other supporting forces.

Northern Fury #10.3 - Decapitation, 1994: The US 2nd Fleet is now conducting its first major counter-attack. The 2nd phase aimed at shutting down the Soviet airbases on Iceland has just completed. Now Phase 3 is starting: You are tasked with conducting precision strikes to eliminate HQ and C2 facilities on Iceland.

Northern Fury #10.4 - BUFF Stampede, 1994: The US 2nd Fleet is now conducting its first major counter-attack. The 3rd phase occurred earlier today when the 2 CVBGs moved north again to conduct precision strike on C2 targets. Now it is time to bring in the heavy hitters and restore cave dwelling as an acceptable way of life for the Soviets on Iceland! You are to conduct a short, sharp bomb run of key facilities remaining on Iceland while transiting the 2nd Bomber Wing to bases in England. Your bomber wing is comprised of 3 Squadrons of B-52s and has been augmented by a squadron each of B-1Bs, EF-111s, F-16 Blk 40s and several squadrons of tankers. As well as support from elements of 2nd Marine Air Group (2MAG), and a U-2, the ‘Spirit of Missouri' one of 8 operational B-2s will make that type's combat debut.

Operation Adelaide, 2016: This scenario assumes an armed conflict has broken out between Liberia and Sierra Leone. Sierra Leone has crossed the border into Liberian territory, occupied the town of Bo Waterside and refused to withdraw. Liberia has requested help from the United States. The USS Jackson (LCS-6) has been fitted with a COIL laser weapon for this mission.

Operation Baltic Vigilance, 2020: Sweden and Estonia are holding a joint Airforce and Navy exercise. You are tasked to destroy several key military and civil infrastructure targets deep inside Estonia, these will be protected by enemy aircraft and SAM sites. Destroying radar installations, SAM sites and airplanes is your secondary objective.

Operation Bayern, 1965: Tanzania became independent of Great Britain in the early 1960s. This scenario assumes that the Soviet Union replaced its president, Julius Nyerere, with a puppet leader they could control and set about turning Tanzania into a militarized "African Cuba". President Johnson considers this unacceptable. However, rather than just wait for Tanzania to become a new Soviet fortress in the Third World, Johnson intends to nip the problem in the bud.

Operation Reclaimed Might, 2015: A recreation of the Russian cruise missile strike on Islamic State targets in Syria, from ships in the Caspian Flotilla, on October 7, 2015.

Protecting Peacekeepers on Samar, 2024: The civil unrest that has plagued the Philippines becomes significantly worse by the early 2020s. Several rebel groups are active in the archipelago, some engaged in guerilla activities against government forces, some ideologically-motivated terror groups, and others little more than well-armed gangs of bandits. The Philippines has requested assistance both from its allies and the United Nations. One current operation is the deployment of U.N. peacekeepers and aid workers on the island of Samar, which has become the stronghold of one of the guerilla groups. Recently the rebels were successful in stealing a few older tanks and artillery pieces from the Philippine government. U.N. forces on the island are engaged in peacekeeping and humanitarian operations. The United States has been charged with assisitng the Philippines in providing security for the peacekeepers.

The Shores of Tripoli (The War That Never Was), 1989: The opening moves against Libya by NATO were a great success. The Libyan IADS around Tripoli has been virtually dismantled and the Marines of the 26th MEU have been successfully landed at Zuwara. Initial opposition has been very light and the Marines have driven to within 25 miles of Tripoli. Meanwhile, NATO's military successes have paid off on the diplomatic front. Egypt has agreed to attack Libya and will begin driving towards Tubruq. Will the Libyan army collapse under the weight of a two front attack? Or does the "Crazy Colonel" have some tricks up his sleeve?

Turkish Revenge, 2012: In June 2012, Syrian air defenses shot down a Turkish RF-4, killing both crew and setting the tone for the confrontational Ankara-Damascus relationship that involved the TuAF shooting down multiple Syrian aircraft, and, most recently, a Russian Su-24. This scenario involves the Turks hitting back at sea instead, with a submarine being deployed to sink two Syrian corvettes. However, the Assad regime and its allies are prepared for any counterattack...

Uncle Mark's Tutorials #6 - Toledo Hits 'Em Hard, 2004: Al-Queada camps have been discovered in northern Pakistan. The Pakistani government has been unwilling to allow the United States to strike directly at these terrorists, on the grounds that camps found within their sovereign territory are under their jurisdiction. However, in this case, HUMINT sources indicate that elements within the Pakistani military are sympathetic to Al-Queada and are trying to shield the terrorists. Washington intends to take action. Pakistan has warned the United States that it will not tolerate direct military action against targets within its territory. The US, however, have no intention of allowing the terrorists to escape justice.

Sandbox Scenario #2: East Med A2/AD, 2016: On 13 January, 2016, a Turkish F-16 is shot down by Russian fighters after it crossed into Syrian airspace northwest of Idlib. Russia offers no apology and warns Turkey not to allow its fighters to stray into airspace where Russian military forces are conducting operations. In response, the Turks denounce the Russian action and warn against further Russian aggression. Heeding the advice of NATO military commanders, however, Turkey has been allowing Russian aircraft operating against rebel positions in close proximity to the border some wiggle room. Despite the hostile ‘attack’ against its F-16, Turkey allows the small buffer zone to remain in place. However, Adana has announced that it will regard any aircraft that menaces its airspace as hostile and they will be fired upon and brought down. For one week afterward, tensions have simmered, but Russian air activity over Syria has been nonexistent. Then on 19 January, 2016 Russia announces that airstrikes against rebel positions near the Turkish border will resume within 24 hours. The announcement increases the level of tension in the region as the possibility of a confrontation with Turkey increases. NATO has released a statement warning if Russia disregards the sovereignty of Turkish airspace and/or launches an attack on Turkish forces, Article 5 will be invoked immediately.

Alfa Wolf Pack, 1987: The Third World War has begun. There are offensive operations around all the globe. Norway has signed a pact with the USSR, declaring neutrality. The world is teetering on the brink of a nuclear war. At this moment both sides are only using tactical nuclear weapons at sea due to the threat of Mutally Assured Destruction. A NATO anti-submarine surface group is trying to enter Soviet bastions in order to destroy their SSBN fleet. You will handle the Soviet response to this strategic threat.

The King's Hand, 2016: The assasination of Saudi Arabia's King Muhammad bin Salman by Egyptian special forces draws the two countries with teetering relations into dire straits. A secret military plan known as "The King's Hand", an assault on an air base in Fayed and the home of the Egyptian military unit responsible for the assasination, comes into play. But some advisors worry that the plan is too little, too late as a military build-up by Cairo has been brewing for months. Can you beat an advisary that has a 2 to 1 advantage in air superiority?

Good Morning Malvinas, 1982: In the aftermath of the re-capture of South Georgia by British forces, it became clear that the Argentine government would not be open to a diplomatic resolution. In light of this, Prime Minister Thatcher authorised operation Black Buck, a series of Vulcan B.2 raids against Argentine forces on the Falklands. Your mission, as commander of TF 317, is to conduct covert insertion of special forces on West Falkland, perform follow-up Sea Harrier strikes on Goose Green Airfield and Stanley Airport, and achieve and maintain air and sea control within the total exclusion zone.

Bosphorus Blues (The War That Never Was), 1989: Thanks to controlling 75% of its borders, the Soviet Union had complete control over the Black Sea. This didn't provide much of a strategic advantage due to one of the most amazing geological features in the world: the Bosphorus. This narrow waterway, dominated on both sides by Turkey, is the only access from the Black Sea to the rest of the world. This scenario, based upon the book The War That Never Was by Michael A. Palmer, charges the Soviet forces with opening the straight through force. This requires careful coordination between air, land, and sea forces.

Cold War Continued #1: Eve Of Destruction, 1995: On October 28, 1995, an explosion in the Baku Metro in Baku, Azerbaijan SSR, killed nearly 300 people. The Soviet Union and her allies blamed western agents for the attack, and promised that a harsh response would be met to the West. The West once again didn't take this threatening of an attack seriously. What happened on October 31, 1995, changed the world forever...


As always, the community scenario pack is available for download from the Command downloads page: http://www.warfaresims.com/?page_id=1876. The scenarios are also available individually for download on the Command workshop on Steam.

NOTE: Some of the new scenarios (see the spreadsheet list included in the pack for details) use the new v442 version of the Command databases, thus requiring the v1.11Release Candidate in order to work as intended. We recommend using the v1.11RC in any case, as it offers vast improvements on functionality, stability and performance.

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RE: New scenario pack releases - 4/1/2016 12:24:25 PM   
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Man, you gonna be part resposanble of my divorse....

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RE: New scenario pack releases - 4/1/2016 2:22:47 PM   
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26 new releases! Fantastic, a lot of fun in 2016! Thanks

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RE: New scenario pack releases - 4/1/2016 7:54:35 PM   
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If I am counting them correctly (40 scenarios released with the game + 15 scenarios with Northern Inferno + 317 scenarios listed on Steam), the total number of released scenarios is 372. Wow!

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RE: New scenario pack releases - 4/1/2016 10:05:10 PM   
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As I started the scenario "Uncle Mark's Tutorials #6 - Toledo Hits 'Em Hard, 2004" from the new scanario pack I received this warning:






Command v. 1.11 - Build 809.

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RE: New scenario pack releases - 4/2/2016 1:42:56 AM   
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I probably just need to move the reference points around a bit so the polygon works properly. I'll take a look at it and post a new version once I figure out what needs to be done. Thanks!

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As I started the scenario "Uncle Mark's Tutorials #6 - Toledo Hits 'Em Hard, 2004" from the new scanario pack I received this warning:

Command v. 1.11 - Build 809.


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RE: New scenario pack releases - 4/2/2016 1:49:51 AM   
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A number of scenarios have this problem. I was about to run thru the latest pack and note the ones with the bad polygons; would you like me to proceed and send you a list of them??

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RE: New scenario pack releases - 4/2/2016 2:12:39 AM   
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Yes that's exactly the problem. Only took a few minutes to fix my copy of the scenario above by rearranging points with the editor.



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RE: New scenario pack releases - 4/2/2016 3:33:20 AM   
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Here is a list of scenarios from pack 31 which have a polygon issue - used pack spreadsheet and added an issue column. I didn't analyse each one to see if it was bad or not, just that it got the error on starting up.
Plus 2 scenarios don't seem to want to load on my PC - Facing the Bear and Kingdom Come.
And some of the latest 'Uncle' Tutorials are missing - they are still in the spreadsheet.

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I probably just need to move the reference points around a bit so the polygon works properly. I'll take a look at it and post a new version once I figure out what needs to be done. Thanks!

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As I started the scenario "Uncle Mark's Tutorials #6 - Toledo Hits 'Em Hard, 2004" from the new scanario pack I received this warning:

Command v. 1.11 - Build 809.





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RE: New scenario pack releases - 4/2/2016 7:25:25 AM   
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Thanks, I'll take a look and see what's on.

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RE: New scenario pack releases - 4/2/2016 7:48:26 AM   
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OK, I've seen the problem with the polys, I will fix it.

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RE: New scenario pack releases - 4/2/2016 11:56:22 AM   
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All of the Northern Fury are having this issue, magi pointed it out to me a couple weeks ago. The main problem is the way I set up some support missions - to ensure they triggered a 'remain in area' event - I deliberately crossed many of the support mission Polys when originally designed, thought I was being clever . See clip. Have tried to simply un-cross them but this sometimes caused other issues. I'll need to spend some time and do a walk-through of each one which I'll get to when I can.

There may be other issues but that is the most prevalent and it should not affect play, and I doubt it affects computing efficiency but don't really know on that one.

Edit: another issue is using the same Ref point for two missions. Will get those in the same sweep up.

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RE: New scenario pack releases - 4/2/2016 7:12:33 PM   
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In most cases I've seen the problem was the author intented to do a box but they finally created something different, I'm fixing those cases; for what I've seen in your scenarios with the support mission Gunner98 I'll wait for you to fix it, I don't want to create other issues changing this.



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RE: New scenario pack releases - 4/2/2016 9:20:52 PM   
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I love the selection of new scenarios, but ill wait till v1.11 has its final release before I download these new ones.

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RE: New scenario pack releases - 4/3/2016 1:29:46 AM   
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I can't load 2 scenario - Kingdom Come and Facing the Bear - but I can pull them down from the Workshop and run them. Is there something corrupted with them???

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RE: New scenario pack releases - 4/3/2016 1:31:49 AM   
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I'm running into a problem with 'Littoral Mission - Cebu Strait':

Whenever I try to play it, I select it in the mission list, press 'Load Selected', and nothing really happens. (The menu 'flashes' slightly, but then returns as if nothing had happened).

I'm running CMANO 1.10, build 775.17.

Other missions seem to be loading ok.

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RE: New scenario pack releases - 4/3/2016 2:34:24 AM   
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That mission in Pack 31 was updated to the latest DB (442) which comes with the 1.11 version

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RE: New scenario pack releases - 4/3/2016 1:15:25 PM   
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ORIGINAL: michaelm
That mission in Pack 31 was updated to the latest DB (442) which comes with the 1.11 version


I suspected that might be the problem. I'll try it again once the update hits Steam. Cheers!

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RE: New scenario pack releases - 4/4/2016 10:18:11 PM   
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Uncle Mark's Tutorials #6 - Toledo Hits 'Em Hard, 2004


This easy to fix. In editor change side to Pakistan and select Mission=Ref Points - No Nav Zones and remove RP-354 from the list.

Then in the mission editor select the AEW mission and move RP-281 eastwards until it has crossed the north/south mission leg.

Save and all will be well

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RE: New scenario pack releases - 4/5/2016 2:46:09 AM   
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ORIGINAL: Meroka37

In most cases I've seen the problem was the author intented to do a box but they finally created something different, I'm fixing those cases; for what I've seen in your scenarios with the support mission Gunner98 I'll wait for you to fix it, I don't want to create other issues changing this.




Ok Miguel, all the fixes to the Northern Fury scenarios made and they should be ready to role in that reguard, the early ones were much more messed up than the latest in the bunch. I may have a couple more minor fixes in the next day or so based on a report I just received.

The Ref point fixes were easier than anticipated, the new feature that shows the trigger and action areas is a great help.

Thanks for coordinating all this. Back to building!

Bart

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RE: New scenario pack releases - 4/5/2016 5:35:06 AM   
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quote:

ORIGINAL: Gunner98


quote:

ORIGINAL: Meroka37

In most cases I've seen the problem was the author intented to do a box but they finally created something different, I'm fixing those cases; for what I've seen in your scenarios with the support mission Gunner98 I'll wait for you to fix it, I don't want to create other issues changing this.




Ok Miguel, all the fixes to the Northern Fury scenarios made and they should be ready to role in that reguard, the early ones were much more messed up than the latest in the bunch. I may have a couple more minor fixes in the next day or so based on a report I just received.

The Ref point fixes were easier than anticipated, the new feature that shows the trigger and action areas is a great help.

Thanks for coordinating all this. Back to building!

Bart

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Thanks Bart, with your scenarios fixed all polygon error messages has been already solved in the package scenarios.

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RE: New scenario pack releases - 4/5/2016 11:22:27 PM   
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I myself just tried loading Uncle Marks Tutorial 6 and it just kind of flashed briefly and then nothing happened, like what ColonelMolerat had experienced with those other scenarios- but i see this must be due to me running v1.10 still so it should load fine with v1.11 final.

One other thing- is it just me or was there more than just those 26 scenarios that were added in that last pack? i swear i'm seeing scenarios that i never noticed before that aren't included in the latest pack such as Changjiang Strike 2016. Maybe they just didnt catch my eye before seeing as theres' so many...

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RE: New scenario pack releases - 4/6/2016 6:40:13 AM   
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The scenario "The Bridges at Toko-Ri" was also omitted from Community Scenario Pack #31 but was included in the previous pack.

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