From: Melbourne, Australia
Did I say Bay of Biscay? My bad. I meant Cape St. Vincent. When I last looked at the file it showed 13 CP in the North Atlantic but there were 15. Possibly closing the game and reopening the file corrected the error. At any rate, the global map screen in the production planning dialog box was showing 13 CP in North Atlantic when there were 15 and 4 CP in Cape St. Vincent when there were 5. (4 French, 1 former Danish (now Commonwealth)). If one has to save the game and reopen the file to get a correct count then there is still a bug someplace - the global map screen is not updating as the information on the detail map changes. Sorry you can't recreate this but I know what I saw.
I think you are misunderstanding the way the Global Map is presenting the information to you. Have a read players manual vol 1. p182-183 - Section titled 8.5.5 Convoy View.
Here there are mostly convoys present, with Figure 8.5.3 the number of convoys indicated by the number in each sea area. If surface ship escorts were also present, a second number would appear, (e.g., 3/1 indicates 3 convoys and 1 escorting unit). Submarines are the third number and air units are the fourth. In the Marshalls, the Japanese have a single submarine present: -/-/1.
So the first number is the number of Convoys present in the sea area. The second number (if present) is the number of ship escorts in the sea area, the third number (if present) is the number of Submarines, and the forth (if present) is the number of air units.
Also, in the Global Map, if you choose to view Commonwealth Convoys, then all it counts is Commonwealth controlled convoys, and will excluded any French Convoys with this choice. To see the total number of active allied convoys in a sea area you have to choose that (Active Allied) convoy view.
So from your save, everything appears to be displaying correctly.
< Message edited by BrianJH -- 6/14/2020 4:17:29 AM >