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Yann
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  Adventures Editor Fri, 22 December 2006 18:21
A first version of the Adventure Editor is available! Learn everything about it on the Chronicles:

http://blog.battlelore.com/2006/12/22/online-tools-part-2-ho -ho-ho/en/


Happy Christmas Christmas
      
superdoc608
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Re:Adventures Editor Fri, 22 December 2006 18:30
COOOOOOOOOOOOOOLL ! Laughing
      
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Re:Adventures Editor Fri, 22 December 2006 18:32
superdoc608 wrote on Fri, 22 December 2006 10:30

COOOOOOOOOOOOOOLL ! Laughing


Nice! Let the good times roll!
      
Eric the Red
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Re:Adventures Editor Fri, 22 December 2006 19:08
Worth the wait. Impressive. Being new to DoW I'm unfamiliar with their other lines and any support they have. But if they're as good as this appears to be, wow... excellent!
      
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Re:Adventures Editor Fri, 22 December 2006 19:42
I see you have been busy and got the Scenarios and Battle Records up.

One issue on the Records though. When I enter myself as the "Pennant" player and put in my score, it reverses it. It is actually reading the "standard" score a the pennant and vice versa.
      
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Re:Adventures Editor Fri, 22 December 2006 21:09
Christmas came early. Thanks for all the work that has gone into this release. Very Happy
      
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Re:Adventures Editor Fri, 22 December 2006 22:16
ColtsFan76 wrote on Fri, 22 December 2006 19:42

One issue on the Records though. When I enter myself as the "Pennant" player and put in my score, it reverses it. It is actually reading the "standard" score a the pennant and vice versa.

It is fixed.
Thanks for the bug report.

Yann
      
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  Re:Adventures Editor Sat, 23 December 2006 01:03
When I add a circle of summoning or giant rock pile to my map in the editor, it is flagged up as an error in the adventure verification page.

For some reason it seems to think that I am using two of them.

Steve.
      
shryke
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Re:Adventures Editor Sat, 23 December 2006 04:50
I figured this was the place to add it, but if there's somewhere else, someone tell me.

The Editor is missing one set of Bridge/Ford rectangular tiles.

There should be 4 bridges, 4 ramparts and 4 fords available and the pairs sohuld be 2 Bridge/Rampart, 2 Bridge/Ford and 2 Rampart/Ford.

At the moment there's only 3 bridges, 4 ramparts and 3 fords available and the pairs sohuld be 2 Bridge/Rampart, 1 Bridge/Ford and 2 Rampart/Ford.

[Updated on: Sat, 23 December 2006 04:52]

      
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Re:Adventures Editor Sat, 23 December 2006 13:51
Will the Adventures Editor ever be a Download File that can be placed on one's computer and work with off-line?

Also, is it possible to make the "printable" page one that can be copied as an 8.5 x 11 size?
This would allow people to save them and make a "book" of Adventures that would be a resource for the future.

As it stands now you can not highlight the two Briefing Banner Graphics that show the start player, army Banner, Commander Name, Number of Command Cards, etc.

Just being able to highlight this would help to allow the making and saving of an 8.5 x 11 book.

Thank you

[Updated on: Sat, 23 December 2006 13:52]

      
*player29746
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Re:Adventures Editor Sat, 23 December 2006 17:42
So far, I have not been able to find a key to the scenario ratings chart.

The first rating for each scenario is something like:
48U
What does this mean exactly?

Also, on rating (2)*** I am thinking that this has been rated by 2 players so far and averages a 3 star rating.

Finally:
2 AARs
Is this also the number of players rating the scenario?

Thanks!

Great game!!

[Updated on: Sat, 23 December 2006 17:42]

      
steve_hill
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Re:Adventures Editor Sat, 23 December 2006 21:31
JonWQ wrote on Sat, 23 December 2006 16:42

The first rating for each scenario is something like:
48U
What does this mean exactly?



I am assuming it is the number of the scenario (you get a number allocated when you save the scenario) and the U probably stands for Unofficial.

I managed to bag number 42! Life, don't talk to me about life.

Steve.
      
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Re:Adventures Editor Sun, 24 December 2006 00:06
JonWQ wrote on Sat, 23 December 2006 10:42

So far, I have not been able to find a key to the scenario ratings chart.

The first rating for each scenario is something like:
48U
What does this mean exactly?

Also, on rating (2)*** I am thinking that this has been rated by 2 players so far and averages a 3 star rating.

Finally:
2 AARs
Is this also the number of players rating the scenario?

Thanks!

Great game!!


Thanks for the 48U answer. That makes sense.

I also figured out the answer to the other questions I had.

AAR# gives the number of After Action Reports for a scenario
The number in the parenthesis after the rating is the number of players rating the scenario. For that reason, the AAR# and the rating (#) will not necessarily match.


      
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Re:Adventures Editor Sun, 24 December 2006 03:33
I have two Hill Giants and tried to place 2 rock piles, one for each, but the scenario editor would not allow it.
      
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Re:Adventures Editor Mon, 25 December 2006 13:44
steve_hill wrote on Sat, 23 December 2006 14:31

JonWQ wrote on Sat, 23 December 2006 16:42

The first rating for each scenario is something like:
48U
What does this mean exactly?



I am assuming it is the number of the scenario (you get a number allocated when you save the scenario) and the U probably stands for Unofficial.

I managed to bag number 42! Life, don't talk to me about life.

Steve.


This is mostly right. But, I think that "U" stands for "Unapproved" though. In Memoir, officially published scnearios from the base game just had a number designation. All subsequent official scenarios, either printed in the expansions or posted on the website, have been given a designation of "A" after the number - supposedly meaning "approved." When three of the fan-created scenarios were officially approved and tweaked by Richard Borg, their designation swithced from U to A.

Also note that whenever you start your own scenario, a number is reserved. You have the option of sharing this with the community. That is why you will see gaps in the numbering. That is why we only see 26 or so of the nearly 200 numbers assigned already.
      
rene Flex
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Re:Adventures Editor Mon, 25 December 2006 19:32
hi a there som, there can help me, i can not find where in me printer, where i shall activt me backgrund images so i can get it all when i am printing i have a a HP jeiprinter 5550.
(sorry for me bad eng )
      
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Re:Adventures Editor Tue, 26 December 2006 12:26
rene Flex wrote on Mon, 25 December 2006 18:32

hi a there som, there can help me, i can not find where in me printer, where i shall activt me backgrund images so i can get it all when i am printing i have a a HP jeiprinter 5550.
(sorry for me bad eng )


If you are using a PC, then this is an option in the browser. For IE7 try:

Tools (menu) -> Internet Options -> Advanced -> Printing (scroll the list down)

The precise location may vary depending on your browser and version.

Hope this helps.

Steve.
      
wag4803055
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Re:Adventures Editor Tue, 26 December 2006 17:30
The editor is great! Printing a good looking scenario is the cause of great dificulty, however, I solved that by saving off the background images as .BMP files and pasteing them into WORD files along with the map and text. A little more work, bit prints very nicely.

One issue I have a concern with is the appearence of Ancient scenarios for a Medieval game on the fan scenario website. Don't get me wrong, these are probably historically accurate scenarios, but personally, I would keep the eras separate and put the ancient scenarios on the C&C ancients Yahoo egroup or elsewhere. Too bad GMT games doesn't have a place for this kind of thing.

Just my opinion.

Bill
      
rene Flex
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Re:Adventures Editor Tue, 26 December 2006 20:17

If you are using a PC, then this is an option in the browser. For IE7 try:

Tools (menu) -> Internet Options -> Advanced -> Printing (scroll the list down)

The precise location may vary depending on your browser and version.

Hope this helpsa


THANHS Steve it dit help me now i can print it all out Thangs Very Happy
      
    
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