1a. If a unit starts its turn in a building, moves one hex south into a road hex, then another hex south into a wooden building (i.e. crossing a street), it should be marked with a "spotted" marker because it moved correct?
Just mark this unit with a "move" marker. A moving unit is always spotted (exception with stealth movement)
1b. Even if no enemy unit had a LOS to it at any point during its move?
Yes. Because (my interpretation) all is simultaneous. So, maybe this unit didn't cross any ennemy unit LOS during its move, but maybe later in the turn (same time in real life, or almost) an ennemy unit will do an assault move for example, and will have a LOS on this now spotted unit. If not, it doesn't change anything. My interpretation only.
2. Assume a German squad is spotted by an American leader in a pulse. If, in the next pulse, the squad then moves away and out of LOS, the "Spotted" marker is removed as per "If all units leave a hex, any spotted counter on it is removed". Is a "Spotted" marker put back on the squad in its new hex because it moved?
Again, just mark them with "move". A moving unit is always spotted.
< Message edited by crabe tambour -- 9/20/2005 4:04:33 AM >