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Jack Ration

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About Jack Ration

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    Canberra, ACT, AUS
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    sailing
  1. Just dipped my toe into Scenario Designing. Found your excellent resource. Thanks for putting this together Jon, nice work.
  2. <iframe width="640" height="390" src="//www.youtube.com/embed/ocLjhI9OolE" frameborder="0" allowfullscreen></iframe> Clip of part of the action in Round One of We Band of Brothers Online Gaming Club Bagration Cup Tournament.
  3. I have got some kills using "area fire" into an area I know there is a vehicle. And of course, sometimes you get a near miss, which usually results in the target reversing. In this iteration I understand that "buttoned" tanks have decreased spotting compared to previous versions, so I imagine buttoned tanks in an urban environment on the move would have further spotting penalties. It is a dangerous business being a crew commander! Good luck with it!
  4. What could have helped your situation was "unbuttoning" your Sherman crew commander with the "Open Up" command. Can you have a Stug Commander unbuttoned? When I am setting up a situation like that I highlight the movement order then use the Target command to the area where the target is. Don't leave it entirely up to the AI.
  5. Hi Bil, Great contribution to the CM Community. Thx for your effort and enthusiasm.
  6. Thanks for the positive feedback! I have a copy of Photoshop 6.0 (released in 2000). On the inset layer properties I use Inner Glow and Stroke for the black border. The border on the entire image via Modify - Border. Juju's UI Advancing on Brettevillette CM:BN CW Scenario: My Loyalty is My Honor
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