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  1. Sorry Lads, family problems prevented me from showing up on time yesterday.
  2. What game is that? Is that the digital version of WaW85 which had been on the works back in 2016? I can't find it anywhere in the Lock n Load's website.
  3. Oh, I knew about the LMGs and MGs in general, but I actually thought that it was implemented for any infantry unit, rifles etc.
  4. Nice, we can manually shoot with infantry fps style now, great addition.
  5. Oh, no, if there was a problem, for me, it was the confusion for not being intuitive. It took me years to figure out that this feature was in fact not bugged. Really, for years I tried to make templates but never managed. For me, it was not evident that after you clicked "save to template", a unnamed and untitled file was automatically created. Referring generally, usually when you click to save anything and a dialog opens up, it is for the user to browse a location and name or rename a file to be saved. So I was actually following that common sense not knowing that I should locate a file in a default folder that was already saved in order to name and rename it. If anything, there is no problem, just a bit unorthodox.
  6. "Free assets" gift, yeah right! All the WW2 assets should had been free from the start. I mean, why wouldn't? You have DCS World with some, not great, but enough modern assets included. You can buy modern aircraft DLCs and maps DLCs to play with those assets. At the same time, you can buy WW2 planes DLCs and WW2 Maps DLCs, except that in this case you also need to buy WW2 assets DLCs. For me, it just doesn't make sense especially considering that if you look into the files, the physics coding, there is nothing in any of those assets to make them any value-for-the-money: they are all extremely simplified and more so the ww2 assets; DCS Combined Arms is rubbish, as is damage modeling, as is the AI and also is the computing performance when you have just a few of them in a mission at any one time. If there was a value-for-the-money assets DLCs, like a well developed, core upgrade DCS Electronic Warfare DLC which boasts an improved radar modeling and integrated IADS mechanics, I'd be more than happy to pay to the price.
  7. No, you don't need to open it; the dialog opens up automatically after "save to template".
  8. I agree that it's a bit confusing. What I do that seems to work is to: 1- Select the units and Save to Template. 2- Go to Default and find the created template. Rename it. 3- Find the renamed template within the others and modify its title and description. Save it.
  9. Yeah, that's what I'm talking about. They are not replacing it. It's just an upgrade to some of their current tanks which now are more than 20 years old.
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