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  1. I've just watched the first episode. It's quite interesting. Thanks for the heads up JK. BTW I've on my "to watch" list on Netflix "Tell Spring not to come this year", a documentary about tha ANA. Has anybody checked it already?
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    [SCENARIO] Frontier post #11 'Bug'

    Anything helps. Thanks , Denis.
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    BTR60 in Milan

    Ah, I presume you meant http://www.panzerverkauf.de/. A lot of cool stuff. Pity the only T-72 M has been sold already, it should be cheaper than the regular ones.
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    BTR60 in Milan

    Ahah! You aren't the only one.
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    BTR60 in Milan

    Yup! I stand corrected. Anyway, it isn't that expensive ...
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    BTR60 in Milan

    Long story short. Last week I was at Cartoomics, a comics and games fair in Milan. As usual, among other things, there were the guys of the Umbrella Corporation Italy club, linked with the Biohazard movies, putting up a show a few times a day with zombies on rampage, Umbrella's soldiers shooting around, terrified civilians on the run etc. Not a bad show, really. The thing which surprised me was that this year was added a real BTR60. I asked more info to a guy of the gang and he told me that it was bought in Poland last year and has the engine and a good deal of the electric stuff still in good enough shape. Well, obviously it was demilitarized. Italian legislation is rather strict about this things. I wonder how much can cost such a vehicle. More than a FIAT panda, I presume.
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    FRAPS, win10

    Great, thanks!
  8. The title says all. Does fraps work with windows 10 too? Thanks!
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    Naughty or nice... here's some bones!

    There were the infamous stone walls impassable even for tanks. It makes a good deal of difference in several scenarios, I' d say.
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    Naughty or nice... here's some bones!

    Aah, great! Thanks for the xmas gift!
  11. Toward the end of the war a bit more. In January 1945 on the allied side there were six combat groups similar to light division or, if you prefer, resembling the old binary divisions pre armistice. Two infantry rgt, 1 arty rgt, 1 engineers btg. Something like 9000 troops each.
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    The Long Road Home

    iTunes? Oh, I thought it worked with apple gizmos only. Going to check this, thanks for the advice.
  13. Just to add my experience. I have Windows 7. CMSF is in the program files (x86) folder, separated from the other BF games and most the savegames are in C:\Users\Proprietario\AppData\Local\VirtualStore\Program Files (x86)\Combat Mission Shock Force\Game Files\Saved Games while in the proper folder C:\Program Files (x86)\Combat Mission Shock Force\Game Files\Saved Games there are only four savegames dating back to 2012. Funny things.
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    The Long Road Home

    "This content is not available in your location". Meh. I'm missing a lot of interesting stuff.
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    CMSF2

    It seems it works properly, as RockinHarry says in the comment section: The changed stance/animation for the medic gives him the benefit of any other soldier in same stance (lying prone), beeing a smaller target for enemy spotting (attempts) and fire. No more medics that reveal the position (drawing enemy fire) of their team mates, particularly when in hide mode!
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