Banks6060 wrote:About Grafton.....yeah I couldn't really figure out that deal. Everything was straight it seemed, until I saw that every element on BOTH sides benefited from defensive terrain, meaning they were in "defensive posture" (or at least that's what I thought). If both armies were in "defensive posture" then how the battle took place at all kind of confused me.
Jabberwock wrote:I think I've got it figured out.
On the 13th, your raider from the Ohio River Valley arrived, simultaneous with the arrival of the bulk of our forces. Whatever that unit's posture was originally, and whatever its path was, it went to offensive posture when it hit Marietta, OH. The rest of your forces were defensive. That helps explain why that unit was annihilated.
On the 14th, our cavalry that had been chasing the raider arrived in offensive posture. It only engaged the 4th NC.
Jabberwock wrote: Screenshots for the latest turn are being worked on, to help out.
Jabberwock wrote: Sorry, but my screenshots will probably not be as detailed as the CinC's.
Banks6060 wrote:Things should probably pick up out west pretty soon. I'd be surprised if the "zero screenshot" count continues out west. Solo I know is settling into his newly-wed-ness...so I'm sure that demands quite a bit of his time.
I don't know about Johnny....
I hope they're still excited about the game
Jabberwock wrote:The <so called> easy method:
1. When you have the game open and zoomed/centered to show what you want, hit the PrintScreen button (usually somewhere above the number pad) on your keyboard.
2. Open MSPaint. Hit Ctrl+V. Save as a .jpg ... Give it a descriptive name, and remember where you saved it.
3. Go to http://www.imageshack.us ... click the 'browse' button there, navigate to your image, select it, and click the 'open' button.
4. Uncheck the advertisement checkbox (towards the bottom, above the 'host it' button). Now click the 'host it' button.
5. This will take you to a new page with a thumbnail of your image. Wait till the page is fully loaded, then scroll to the bottom. The last textbox at the bottom (Direct link to image) has the link information you want. Copy it.
6. Now go to the forum. Start a new post or edit an old one. In the row of buttons above the textbox is one that looks something like a postcard (gray mountains on a yellow background, the tooltip is 'Insert Image'). Click it. Paste the link information from step 5 in the popup textbox, in place of what is there. Click 'Ok'. This will add some code to your post, which points to where the image is on the Internet.
7. Hit 'Preview Post' or 'Submit Reply', and you should have a screenshot image in your post.
8. If something goes wrong, as it often does on first tries, I'm about to PM you my email address, and you can contact me there for further explanation (because my PM box is pretty full).
Banks6060 wrote:Hey i never asked...if Raf back from vacation yet?
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