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magick
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how to create a printed scenario map Fri, 01 February 2008 15:19
Hi to everyone,I've been a fan of Memoir44 for some time now & thought it was about time I created my own scenario.Would anyone be able to tell me how I go about printing & designing scenario maps?
      
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Re:how to create a printed scenario map Fri, 01 February 2008 15:46
Hi and welcome to the forums Magic

As for printing scenarios, it is pretty easy to do.

1) Go the scenario you want.
2) In upper right corner, underneath the name of the scenario you should see an option to Export PDF, Print View, View the ratings and rate this scenario, Read the Battle Reports for this scenario,
Enter a Battle Report and Send a Private Message to the author.

Select Print View. You might want to open it another tab, if you so desire.

3) From your Browser, Print the scenario.

This will print you a very basic scenario.

If you want to have a printed scenario that is similiar to the ones in the rulebooks, then do the following instead :

If you want a nicer print, select Export PDF, with the show background checkbox checked. Select the appropriate page size of Letter or A4. Then select the Export Now box. It will download the scenario and you can print and save the scenario on your computer.

Cab
      
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Re:how to create a printed scenario map Fri, 01 February 2008 15:50
If you are registered your copy (eiother within the last 6 months or registered two copies), you have access to the Scenario Editor:

http://www.daysofwonder.com/memoir44/en/editor/

You can work on, save, and then publish your scenarios that way.
      
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Re:how to create a printed scenario map Fri, 01 February 2008 21:31
I just tried to save a mission in the editor to test it and I get this: "Scenario cannot be saved in demo mode." I entered my core M44 core code. Do I need to add my Pacific Theater code also? Confused
      
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Re:how to create a printed scenario map Fri, 01 February 2008 21:35
No. You shouldn't have to. Are you sure you were logged in when you were on the editor?
      
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Re:how to create a printed scenario map Fri, 01 February 2008 21:40
Confused Yes. Above "My Account" is my name I picked. Also in the editor it reads in the Author section "Doc Halloween"

EDIT:
To gain permanent access to the full version of the Editor, you can either:

purchase it for a one time fee of $20 by clicking here
OR
enter two unique online access numbers. Those unique serialized numbers can be found in each box of Memoir '44, on the last page of the rules booklet. If you already are the proud owner of two copies of Memoir '44, the free access to the Scenario Editor is a small token of our appreciation

I think I will have to enter the PT code.

[Updated on: Fri, 01 February 2008 21:55]

      
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Re:how to create a printed scenario map Fri, 01 February 2008 21:58
Sorry I gave you bad info before then.

I just logged out to see what the message was that I got and was going to post what you just added.

Unfortunate that you have to use the 2nd code but at least it is cummulative so your online access to gameing will be good for one year. Also, you'll have the scenario editor for life now.
      
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Re:how to create a printed scenario map Fri, 01 February 2008 22:04
ColtsFan76,
In no way did you give me bad advice Smile Deciding to enter one or both ultimately is my decision. I had read that information before and I figured I would have to add it.

Thank you for taking your time to try and help me Smile
      
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Re:how to create a printed scenario map Sat, 02 February 2008 17:52
Thankyou for your helpful info,I've just made my first scenario
      
    
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