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  1. Inside the Black Sea directory should be a script that is titled "Activate New Products" Either Mac or PC it should be executable so you should be able to double click on it and get a dialog that will have a white box for entering the serial number and a button at the bottom that says ACTIVATE. Copy and paste in the serial number and click the activate button and you should be good to go. (I have a Mac but I think it works the same way on both).
  2. That was the original plan, but a number of scenarios were added as the development time lingered. A bonus of the delay!
  3. Playtested this a few times from both sides. It's always been a battle for that hill no matter which side I'm playing.
  4. This is a good one. It's balanced and it's difficult from either side. Also, Casili Road for a more armor centric meeting engagement. Great fun. Good challenge from either side of the map. Just to pick a couple of my favorites from playtesting. I also like Too Close for Comfort from the German side. It's very difficult, but a manageable small number of units and a tough tactical challenge.
  5. Can you provide more information, Mac or PC, anything else running at the time, anything you can think of so we could try to duplicate it possibly.
  6. Using the face command always faces the front of the unit, whatever it is, to where you point. So for an Archer you just have to set the face command 180deg from where you want the gun to point.
  7. Ah, playing that one right now as the Germans. I playtested it a number of times as the French, as it evolved. Now I see what I was up against. Interested to see what the French AI throws at me. It's a fun one. Well, they all are. As Elvis said a while back, something to the effect of how varied and interesting a group of scenarios it is. The campaigns are good too.
  8. That's pretty much what I had in mind after thinking about it. Never tried that but might have to. Sounds interesting. i haven’t thought of doing it this way before - never occurred to me to mix and match like that.
  9. I think you are right. All the QB parameters have to be set all at once.
  10. Yes. This needs to get pinned somewhere: 1. Right click on the installer and select Open. That will skip the step of authorizing it in System Preferences 2. It will begin verifying. This takes a few minutes. Wait it out. It will appear stuck when the progress bar is about 2/3 complete. It's ok. It will finish. Fix a drink or a snack 🙂 3. Depending on whether you've updated to Catalina or not you'll get a message that Apple can't verify it free of Malware. But you can click on the Open button (be careful to not just hit enter because the dialog has the Cancel button selected in blue by default. 4. Once you've done that you'll be presented with the familiar regular installer window. As for why it's this way, you'd have to ask Steve for details. I have a couple of astronomy planning programs and they have similar issues. The developer of one of those has said for a niche program it's expensive and a pain to get it done and not worth it to him. That's his view. He vouches for his software.
  11. I would try reinstalling the patch if you haven't already. Or if you did the all in one download, try reinstalling that. I'm pretty sure all the ..... 210.brz files were installed by the patch.
  12. After reading about it and being educated by a couple of other testers, the idea was for a sort of ambush position, the vehicle could get out to the rear quickly, even considering the driver having to jump back in. Less vulnerable in an "advance to the rear" situation. Also because it was built on a Valentine tank chassis it kept the overall length down. It's a really quirky AFV. I didn't know anything about it until it was added. I agree with Elvis there too. That's a fun scenario. Really different.
  13. Everybody does. Oddly enough, that's the way the real one was designed.
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