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Nate Lawrence

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About Nate Lawrence

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  • Birthday December 15

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  • Location
    Washington State, USA
  • Interests
    Armor, Aircraft, Graphic Design
  • Occupation
    High School Student
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    CIA document assessing the fire control systems of many MBT's from around the world. Page Count: 94 Publisher: CIA Publishing Date: Nov 1983
  2. I recently tried sharing my CM Dongle with a friend, following the wiki's article on License Sharing (http://www.steelbeasts.com/sbwiki/index.php?title=License_Sharing), however the licenses didn't appear on my friends CodeMeter Control Center after doing the process with and without hamachi. Can somebody help us get the license sharing running?
  3. I have a friend who would like to demo Steel Beasts, but the idea of having to pay for a month license is a bit off putting. Is there any demo available so he can try out SB Pro PE without making a financial commitment?
  4. Way ahead of you on that.
  5. Nothing in particular.
  6. Does anybody have links to FM/TM's relating to the M1 Abrams, preferably the M1A2 SEP? I found FM 3-20.12 Tank Gunnery on Scribd but couldn't download it, if anyone has that please link it too.
  7. I'm having the same issue, cant view the Red Tide 85 AAR. To be fair, it's a pretty large file.
  8. I'd guess it comes from the diversity of consumer PC hardware/software, while most government users are running on pretty consistent setups.
  9. Question: What is it that makes Steel Beast Pro so expensive to develop, and how do you defend the price? I'm not angry or criticizing eSim, I enjoy their product very much and think $125 was well worth it. I've just wondered what is it that makes the game so expensive, and also, how the community defends the hefty asking price. I would defend it with the logic that SB Pro PE charges $125 for the full game in its entirety, while AAA titles can have similar cost when you factor in DLC and micro transactions. DCS, for example, costs over $800 on Steam with all DLC included.
  10. I'm reading "Thunder Run" by David Zucchino right now, and as others confirmed, it is a swell account of the 3rd ID's push into the Baghdad Suburbs to the Airport, then straight through the crossed sabers into the city center. The books first half is from the viewpoint of 2nd Brigades Thunder Run to link up with 1st Bde at the airport on April 5th, and later the Thunder Run to make Sahaf shut up. Right now, I'm on some accounts of the combat in Baghdad from an Iraqi point of view (approx pg 140).
  11. UI Improvements - The SB UI works but the menus could use some upgrading Available on Steam - Would bring in a lot of noobs but would probably help eSim reach a wider market Constant Servers - Servers that are up 24/7 so anyone can join in and blast virtual armor together
  12. I was afraid this was the case, thanks for the welcome!
  13. I cannot record footage in-game with Nvidia Shadowplay, the video files are corrupted. Oddly enough, I can however record the menu and debriefing screens. I am using the most recent GeForce Experience launch, and recording with other games works just fine. UPDATE Fixed by uninstalling GFE 3 and installing GFE 2. Contact me for the details on how to downgrade properly.