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MeatEtr last won the day on January 15 2020

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  1. Good to see the new years post and of course the ever important bone-tossing! Good times ahead! πŸ‘
  2. Hey thanks man, glad you liked it! Yep that’s the basic premise of the battle, blowing sh*t up! πŸ˜€ I like oddball fictional type scenarios. Yeah I’m not sure what bomb that is, forget, have to take a peek in the editor.
  3. Definitely dont need to install to your users/docs folder, that just holds your saves/settings and not the actual game. Default location on Windows is usually C:\Program Filesx86\Battlefront\CMSF2... Since you've tried installing to multiple locations, double check your shortcut to make sure its sending you to the right/new CMSF2.exe. But I think your best option is to do a total reinstall.
  4. Great to hear and will make for much bigger exposure, especially on Steam. Most of the Slitherine fans already know about CM/BF.
  5. Guys double check the version at bottom right to ensure the patch installed correctly! Should say 2.03 (BFC) If not then follow c3k's instructions.
  6. Sounds good, already downloaded and will give it a spin!
  7. Super kool seeing our beloved CM being used by the actual military! πŸ‘
  8. It's simple really... I lose a battle and the game is broken beyond repair! I win a battle and the game is perfect! πŸ€ͺ
  9. I have a similar setup. SSD for my OS, few other SSDs for gaming, and a high capacity for deep storage. My guess is that you were manually adding those user folders to your D drive. I've never seen any of the installers put everything into you chosen drive at install. Only exception to this is CMBN. Long story short, after CMBN shipped windows changed something that forces some things into your users folder. If you werent manually adding the user folder to your D drive then my only guess is that the drive was once a boot drive with the windows install still sitting there. To sorta trick the installer into thinking its the OS. But Im guessing here... Im no installer pro.
  10. Id say your overreacting a bit much! Interesting how you quoted the post complaining about the delay while ignoring @BFCElvis post about getting more scenarios because of the delay. Just saying, good things have come from this belated release!
  11. If you have to do this with other modules/games then I'm guessing its a setting in your file manager software. I use 7-zip on Windows 7 with no problems, what are you using? Seems they are being auto-renamed.
  12. Thanks for the heads up about this cam, gonna give it a whirl!
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