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RE: Dutch aircraft and ships question - 7/2/2015 11:49:26 AM   
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In your "Scenario" sub folder you should have a 32 and a 64 bit editor .exe.  The 64 bit one is identified by having the number listed.  The 32 bit simply stated "AE Editor".

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RE: Dutch aircraft and ships question - 7/2/2015 9:03:52 PM   
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And John there is no need to throw barbs at people with your information.

Bill

How wonderful. Someone who spends years urinating on the the game system, puking on it day after day, and you think you should admonish "me" for finally sticking a sharpie in his butt. It wasn't that sharp and it wasn't that personal. What in the world were you thinking? Nonetheless, he is a consummate asshole, and you and everyone else knows that. But someone finally called him on it, and the little PC weenies are out and about, and you don't know what to do, so I guess I'm just chopped liver.

So just bite me Bill. This is the last post I will ever make on these threads. You want to pander to these pathetic idiots, it's your playpen. Used to be a nice forum before the weenies took over. Have a nice time in your new milieu. Goodbye.

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RE: Dutch aircraft and ships question - 7/2/2015 11:29:56 PM   
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quote:

ORIGINAL: Symon

quote:

ORIGINAL: wdolson
And John there is no need to throw barbs at people with your information.

Bill

How wonderful. Someone who spends years urinating on the the game system, puking on it day after day, and you think you should admonish "me" for finally sticking a sharpie in his butt. It wasn't that sharp and it wasn't that personal. What in the world were you thinking? Nonetheless, he is a consummate asshole, and you and everyone else knows that. But someone finally called him on it, and the little PC weenies are out and about, and you don't know what to do, so I guess I'm just chopped liver.

So just bite me Bill. This is the last post I will ever make on these threads. You want to pander to these pathetic idiots, it's your playpen. Used to be a nice forum before the weenies took over. Have a nice time in your new milieu. Goodbye.

John you are brilliant , knowledgeable , and could be such an incredible asset to this forum if you were not such an unmitigated asshole! Bill's doing his job , and doing it well. You have no call to treat him as such , and since he can't speak in his defense , I will. If your parting shot has to be a shot at him , I'm glad to see you go. We don't need you , or your crap.



And since I'll probably not be posting again , I'd like to say thank you to all of the wonderful denizens of this forum. It's been a great ride for be , you've been great.

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RE: Dutch aircraft and ships question - 7/3/2015 12:08:24 AM   
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Wow I leave for a while, come back and some things just don't change... Kudos to Bill our forum moderator, he seems to get caught in the middle a lot. I agree it's not fair to attack him, especially when he's just trying to keep the peace.

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RE: Dutch aircraft and ships question - 7/3/2015 4:23:31 PM   
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Hello AW1Steve,

I know you are defending Bill, but please do mind your language, as we have a no-abuse policy in place on the forums. We have taken action against Symon, so if you notice any abusive messages please do not reply in kind and instead contact the staff or moderators and we are happy to help. Please do keep the forums civil.

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RE: Dutch aircraft and ships question - 7/6/2015 7:13:52 PM   
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It's always disappointing when members get personal. I think all of the people involved in this dispute have worthwhile contributions to make, and it hurts everyone when someone leaves for those reasons. I have not posted much, but have been a long-time wargame (both tabletop and computer) player and frequent lurker. I hope all involved can take a breath and press the "reset" button. I for one would prefer to have your continued input and contributions on game-related topics.

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RE: Dutch aircraft and ships question - 7/6/2015 9:23:16 PM   
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It's always disappointing when members get personal. I think all of the people involved in this dispute have worthwhile contributions to make, and it hurts everyone when someone leaves for those reasons. I have not posted much, but have been a long-time wargame (both tabletop and computer) player and frequent lurker. I hope all involved can take a breath and press the "reset" button. I for one would prefer to have your continued input and contributions on game-related topics.


Here, here!!!!! Very well said sir. Maybe you shouldn't be such a 'Hermit'.


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RE: Dutch aircraft and ships question - 7/6/2015 9:46:56 PM   
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There are Dutch squadrons that show up as RAAF. In my game I keep one of the Dutch commands alive and since I am playing against the AI I let the Indies fall. The AI needs that for it to work. I pull out one of the commands and have it "remake" itself and change the name. I forgot what I called it. Then I assign units through PP points to this command.

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RE: Dutch aircraft and ships question - 8/4/2015 4:56:07 AM   
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Serenity prayer is probably in order here.........

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RE: Dutch aircraft and ships question - 8/4/2015 2:36:56 PM   
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Serenity prayer is probably in order here.........

TOMLABEL


Tom,

It might well be in order. However, a prayer of thanksgiving might do just as well. Knowledge does not equal character, and mere presence does not equal grace. Sometimes it is just time for people to move on.

I recall a framed picture I once saw in an officer's club: "Everyone bring joy to this location. Some by entering, and some by leaving."

I for one am thankful that Bill and the moderators are on the job.

Regards,
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RE: Dutch aircraft and ships question - 8/4/2015 4:25:24 PM   
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What's so civil about war anyway...


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RE: Dutch aircraft and ships question - 8/4/2015 6:28:08 PM   
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quote:

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quote:

ORIGINAL: TOMLABEL

Serenity prayer is probably in order here.........

TOMLABEL


Tom,

It might well be in order. However, a prayer of thanksgiving might do just as well. Knowledge does not equal character, and mere presence does not equal grace. Sometimes it is just time for people to move on.

I for one am thankful that Bill and the moderators are on the job.

Regards,
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RE: Dutch aircraft and ships question - 8/5/2015 12:34:58 AM   
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Matrix and Slitherine management decided to make Symon's ban permanent due consideration of recent and prior violations of forum rules.

Sorry it was not announced sooner.

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