Placing Supply Points

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Rand6897
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Placing Supply Points

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In a scenario I am modifying I can't seem to place supply points for the Allies; no problem for the Axis.
I have the Allies as the current force in the deployment mode, the possession flag indicates Allied ownership.
Any thoughts.

Thanks
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sPzAbt653
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Try removing one, and then placing another [maybe you already have the maximum allowed] ?
Rand6897
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'653

Thanks, that was the issue.I am finally ready to actually play.

Also, many thanks to all who create scenarios. Just modifying a scenario took me several hours, granted I am not particular computer literate and relatively new to computer games. However, before I was able to make modest changes someone else had to spend several months or possibly years creating the initial work. Hats off!
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Actually, depending on the depth of changes, sometimes modifying an existing scenario is more difficult than creating a new one. You aren't familiar with the original intent and designers don't catalogue every design decision, so you can actually mess up a scenario pretty good by changing stuff. But I've been doing it for years and it is great fun, even if some turn out to be trash.
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Hats off!

Scenario design is an intensively creative act. The designer means to immerse others in a particular historical situation but ends up becoming part of the scenario himself. It can be almost exhausting.

Cheers
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