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  1. It is in the default location. Any other special problems that might be affecting this?
  2. Okay, now that I've managed to update to v 2.0 I'm having the same issue. I cannot access my Commonwealth module files. Copper (or anyone else), could you give some more detail as to how you fixed this issue? Where was this "install CMBN only box"? Did I miss something?
  3. Thanks for the help guys. After much fiddling today I was able to manually select the destination and updated successfully. Pheww!
  4. I am running OS 10.6.8 and I have CMBN installed in the Applications folder on the HD. I installed Commonwealth without any major problems.
  5. Thanks for the response, but I'm pretty sure the installer had selected the proper folder before installing. Here's a screenshot of what I see in the installer window. The installer automatically skips the Destination Select option and goes to Installation Type screen, from which I can access the drop down menus. Can anyone tell me what I might be doing wrong?
  6. I'm using a Mac with OS 10.6.8. When I installed the patch for Ver 1.11 the installer created a new CMBN folder in my applications folder. Now I have two folders, one with Ver 1.10 that launches no problem, and one with Ver 1.11. The one with Ver 1.11 just goes to a black screen upon launching. Any ideas what about what I should do?
  7. Those of you running CMSF using Bootcamp, I'm curious to know what version of Windows you have installed?
  8. Yeah, Dropteam was a lot of fun while it lasted. Nice to see some of you are still on the Battlefront horizon though. I don't know about you guys, but I'm pretty excited about CM's return to the WWII theatre. If you are like me you have been waiting for this for years. I just pray my 2 year old computer is going to be sufficient to run the game. Anyway, my point is this: when the time comes, if anyone else is interested, I think it would be fun to use this forum to organize CM 2 Normandy games. Obviously there will be dozens of such threads in the regular CM 2 forum, but it might also be fun to rekindle some old friendships/rivalries too.
  9. Fair enough. I am happy to support any company that is still attempting to make realistic war games. That's why Battlefront and 1C will always be on my radar, but I will stick to digital downloads from here on.
  10. Wow, what a disappointment. A proper manual was the reason I pre-ordered and spent the extra money for shipping. I can't help but feel this was sold under false pretenses, especially with the claims that the manual was a limited run thing and all. This stuff won't win you back any disgruntled fans.
  11. Hey guys. I've been too busy myself for much online gameplay lately. The two years or so that the Sunday afternoon battle was going on provided some great times with good friends, but time marches on. Anyway, I too will be waiting for the day DT2 drops and look forward to seeing you guys on the battlefield once again...someday.
  12. I'll try to make it, but I can't make any promises these days.
  13. Hey 152, nice computer! How do I know? I got the same rig this summer, but with an additional 2 gig of ram for good measure. I've got the HD partitioned to boot both Leopard and Windows xp; it's kinda of funny switching between the super intuitive Mac OS and the super clunky MS approach. At least this way I'll still retain some necessary problem solving skills and ward off the brain malaise which effects most I-tards (that is people who use apple exclusively for those unfamiliar with I-tardation).
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