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  1. Gibsonm

    upgrade

    If you download the file that I attached to an earlier post and put in the required location (again referred to earlier) does the software run without error? Once it is running does it say 4.167 in the top right hand corner? If the answer to both is "yes" then you should be fine.
  2. Gibsonm

    upgrade

    Did you at least download the file I uploaded? Does that fix the issue?
  3. Gibsonm

    upgrade

    This is rapidly spiralling. I have no idea what you purchased - I don't work for eSim, nor do I have visibility of your order, etc. After your "After successful load and execution of program" what version is displayed in the top right hand corner??
  4. Gibsonm

    upgrade

    Well I think you should re-read my post (for some reason the 2nd search didn't find it, but a third did - hence why I uploaded a copy), so I re-wrote it - sorry for any confusion caused. If you've upgraded to 4.167 (that would have required you to spend money so it should be easy to work out) you have the latest.
  5. Gibsonm

    upgrade

    OK did a second search. Yes there is one that for me resides in: C:\Games\SB Pro PE 4.167\Release Your location for "Release" may well be different. I've attached a copy. libnova64.dll
  6. Gibsonm

    upgrade

    Is it supposed to be there? That is are you getting an error message saying "lignova64.dll not found"? My copy runs fine and I don't think I have that file on my PC.
  7. Gibsonm

    BG ANZAC: 4.167

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    Usual weekly meeting Refer relevant post in Multiplayer Engagements section for details. Global equivalent times: Your Local time Please use the RSVP function to facilitate planning.
  8. Gibsonm

    BG ANZAC: 4.167

    until
    Usual weekly meeting Refer relevant post in Multiplayer Engagements section for details. Global equivalent times: Your Local time Please use the RSVP function to facilitate planning.
  9. Gibsonm

    BG ANZAC: 4.167

    until
    Usual weekly meeting Refer relevant post in Multiplayer Engagements section for details. Global equivalent times: Your Local time Please use the RSVP function to facilitate planning.
  10. Gibsonm

    BG ANZAC: 4.167

    until
    Usual weekly meeting Refer relevant post in Multiplayer Engagements section for details. Global equivalent times: Your Local time Please use the RSVP function to facilitate planning.
  11. Yep invitation extended back at Post 6 in this thread. Of course these groups are not mutually exclusive so just pick the one (or more) most convenient for you.
  12. You will basically get: 1 x Temporary license for you to use while waiting for the stick to arrive in the post (the temporary / time based licenses do not need the stick but a linked to a specific machine). 1 x Permanent license on the CodeMeter USB stick - presumably on its way to you know. The 2 x Supplemental licenses need to be installed onto the stick when it arrives and after you activate the main one. This is a simple process of clicking on a URL contained in an email from eSim. Currently you can play "now" but your two friends will need to wait until the stick arrives.
  13. Binos are not universally available (there is a zoom feature in the Mission Editor). If have no idea what your situation is however, if you have just gone to F8 view there aren't binos available. For Infantry to need to select the Leader position (F11) and then you can have binos. In a vehicle you need to be the crew commander (F7), standing up (tap Q twice) and then you can have binos. etc. Those key mappings are based on the default settings - if you've made changes, use whatever keys a relevant to your setup.
  14. Have you taken a breath? Just want to know if I should respond to 8 - 10 now or wait until another few pop up? I still think investing USD$9.50 for a month will answer a fair few of your questions.
  15. If having a M113 makes sense with the timeline of the scenario and the other equipment being used, they are fine.
  16. Well I'll look when I get home but my machine isn't "high end" and I use 1080p. Here may be of use: Also I presume you know you can rent the software for something like USD$9.50 and run it for a month to see if it works well on your machine, before buying a full license?
  17. A couple more: 4. Regular free patching (say once every 6-12 months) with an paid upgrade path on average every 18 months. 5. Yes. There is a built in Mission Editor and a Map Editor. 6. You don't (unless you are a Government - its a Defence training tool). 7. Yes. One main license and one supplementary. You do not need 2 x Full Licenses. Based on when you made the post, you are welcome to come by on Thursday to the BG ANZAC session and watch what goes on and ask any additional questions you might have.
  18. Isn't that copyright by some plastic block movie?
  19. Welcome stranger. Pull up a chair and stay a while.
  20. Well from my point of view it was for the UI. However I would assume it would be useful if they both aligned (i.e. "AS" in the UI corresponded to a folder named "AS") but as its not going to happen its irrelevant.
  21. So "1" then. Got it. Edit: Sorry, that may have come across as a bit blunt. Main thing is I do not need to spend time developing a list that is unlikely to be actioned.
  22. OK so how do I interpret that response? 1. Don't worry about compiling a list as we are happy not using the NATO standard and wont change? 2. Go ahead and compile the list so we can scope the work involved? 3. Something else?
  23. Off hand no idea. I know Austria and Australia are using each others. If you want me to review the whole list it will take me a little time (say a day or two).
  24. I'm unsure how easy it is to change the country code used for camouflage, etc is? STANAG 1059 (the NATO standard) uses "AS" as the two letter code for Australia ISO 3166 (the standard adopted for the Internet) uses "AU". FYI - AU is the STANAG 1059 code for Austria (a slightly different place). At some point it would appear that the codes used in SB have become "mingled" some use STANAG 1059, others ISO 3166. If it is a straight forward task (i.e. easy to implement in the current software, wont impact published scenarios, ...) can we standardise on STANAG 1059 for the two letter country codes?
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