From: Tucson, AZ
quote:The answer depends on whether or not the scenario already has a custom EQP file for it. If it does just open the scenario in the editor, ignoring any error messages about the wrong eqp file, and just save it, with maybe a different name and the act of writing the file will associate the new EQP file with it.
Thanks Hellen and Larry for your comments. Moving on I have a large naval Ver III scenario "Conquest of Japan" I have saved it into Ver IV but it has the wrong .eqp file. I assume that means that none of the naval units are using the new rules. How do I correct this? I am not sure whether the .eqp file is standard or unique to each scenario. Do I simply get the new eqp file, from a vanilla scenario, change the scenario name, then put it into my scenario folder, which then overrides the old .eqp file? Please advise.
If there is no original EQP file, ( nor a NQP file ), then saving it in the editor will associate it with the default eqp and nqp files. You may need to make your own copy of the default files and edit them to get the performance you seek.
< Message edited by larryfulkerson -- 10/17/2019 7:25:55 PM >
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