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    CMSF2 - UK-Germany Beta AAR

    I'm glad you cleared up what those black squares were because I was wondering if it was a graphical glitch or redacted pixels that we weren't allowed to see! Great job on all of this, really well done!
  2. Jyri, Awesome! Thank you so much. I will give it a shot and see how it goes .hanks again for the quick reply, I really appreciate it.... Eric
  3. Hi, I downloaded a few mods from CMMODSiii.com and the instructions to get them to work say to create a directory called Z in the games data dir. On the Mac all I have is the Documents Folder and the Game Files Folder. I created a folder called Z in the Game Files Folder but nothing seems to happen. They don't load. How do you get Mods to work on a Mac version of the Combat Mission games? I have all of the games and love playing them but Id like to get a few of the Mods working if possible. Thank you, E
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    CMBN Crashes on new laptop

    Thank you for the reply. I went ahead and opened a ticket. Hopefully they can fix it. Thanks, E
  5. Hello, I had to purchase a new laptop since my other one died on me and I cannot get CMBN to run at all. I tried to use the Nvidia Control Panel, 3d Settings fix that was mentioned in the knowledge base but that didn't do anything to resolve the issue. The program used to run on my older laptop that had intel graphics and Nvidia graphics is it just fine. The error Im getting is: Assertion failed! Program:... File: C:edisk\source\SDK\PC\GS5_Intf.cpp Line 402 Expression: apis [90] Then goes on to say something about looking at the C++ documentation on asserts and try to debug the application. Can this be fixed? Is there something I need to install or a driver that needs upgrading? The laptop is a MSI 72S 6Q running Windows 10 Home 64bit intel core i7-6920HQ @ 2.90Ghz, 32G RAM with Nvidia 980 Desktop graphics card. Thank you, E