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I aprreciate your scenario bigus....great work I had fun with it. Keep it up

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What f....the scenario designers decided to ask well I put all this work into thia and for 1.99 you can include this in your edition of AACW? third party application...happens all the time. I think gray you are making a mountain out of a mole hill. But this is my opinion from an outsider looking in

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Gray on a se note, I tried using that CSV converter tool you guys did and it seems everytime I use it Get blank files...I mena no fort data etc....that is why i edit the text file....do you have a idots guide for that little program? I being the bigger idiot then most

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Barker wrote:Gray on a se note, I tried using that CSV converter tool you guys did and it seems everytime I use it Get blank files...I mena no fort data etc....that is why i edit the text file....do you have a idots guide for that little program? I being the bigger idiot then most


There is no real guide, but there is a thread discussing it's use.

see:http://www.ageod-forum.com/showthread.php?t=3974

What are you using for the "separator" character?

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what ever t default is on the delimiter

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Appreciate it......thanks again

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Gray_Lensman wrote:If you bother to check the links I posted above, you will find that you indeed replaced Phil's name with your own in the Shiloh scenario. And yes, it does bother me more than you, because I am responsible to ensure that this does not happen and you slipped this one by me not once, but three times. Is it any wonder why I wanted more documentation of changes you were submitting so that I could go directly to your listed individual changes and skip over all the other highlighted information?

Again, I'll state it quite clearly. Making changes to another person's work and then replacing his name with your own is by definition "Plagiarism". That is why no matter how many changes I have made, I never place my name in the database files, and I've made a heck of a lot more changes to the database files than you've ever dreamed of.

see: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Plagiarism


It looks to me that I did'nt replace his name with mine but added my name with his. I think there is a difference here. This is silly nitpicking.

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Barker wrote:Gray on a se note, I tried using that CSV converter tool you guys did and it seems everytime I use it Get blank files...I mena no fort data etc....that is why i edit the text file....do you have a idots guide for that little program? I being the bigger idiot then most


Are you using OpenOffice or MS exel. I suggest using OpenOffice its free and there is no delimiter issues that have'nt been worked out.. here is the link.

http://download.openoffice.org/

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Follow that link and loosen up guys

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glad to see u guys laughing

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:bonk: :mdr:

Being one of what I imagine are quite few around here who can understand what they are saying, it becomes even more hilarious :D


Gray & bigus; feelings are running high here. I would like to see you two take a step back and think about the good stuff you yourselves have done and what "the other" has done, both alone and when working together. You'll find that there is a lot more common ground than there are issues that separate you.

(At this point, I'll refrain from asking you to give each other a hug, but I hope you see where I'm going with this :) )
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well Rafiki my lad I must say one thing

http://www.grapheine.com/classiktv/index.php?module=see&lang=uk&code=f61a43f9eb946656250c29c70218b7c8

enjoy the levity...life is too short for the junk

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scenario Tutorial (part 1: Basic Tutorial).

Posted in the first post of the thread.

Part 2 will cover a more detailed scenario creation including scripts etc.

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If I haven't followed up on your scenario development stuff yet, Bigus, apart from my wife's emergency appendectomy last weekend (and its repercussions into this week), I've been "distracted" (as if playing AACW is the central purpose of being) by holiday preparations and celebrations (including birthdays & wedding anniversary, our 30th!). Busy, busy, busy! It's doubtful, but let me see if I can look into your tutorial (also Red River OOB) sometime this weekend.
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Best wishes for your wife quick recovery and happy Christmas, berto :)

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berto wrote:If I haven't followed up on your scenario development stuff yet, Bigus, apart from my wife's emergency appendectomy last weekend (and its repercussions into this week), I've been "distracted" (as if playing AACW is the central purpose of being) by holiday preparations and celebrations (including birthdays & wedding anniversary, our 30th!). Busy, busy, busy! It's doubtful, but let me see if I can look into your tutorial (also Red River OOB) sometime this weekend.


No problem. Family first! hope she's feeling better.
Congrats on your 30 yr Anniversary!
Have a good Holidays.

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I added a link to Primasprit's tutorial to the first post.

The second tutorial is just about ready.

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Gray_Lensman wrote:[color="Purple"]JastaV[/color] is courteous enough to provide supporting information regarding changes he makes to NCP files. (sometimes to the point of overload, :D ), but at least he gives the requested information. Might I politely inquire why, as a member of the AACW beta team, you won't provide this simple supporting information for your scenarios that AGEod has given you the honor of including in their official game scenarios?


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Gray_Lensman wrote:JastaV is courteous enough to provide supporting information regarding changes he makes to NCP files. ([color="Purple"]sometimes to the point of overload[/color], :D ), but at least he gives the requested information. Might I politely inquire why, as a member of the AACW beta team, you won't provide this simple supporting information for your scenarios that AGEod has given you the honor of including in their official game scenarios?


La calunnia è un venticello,
un’auretta assai gentile
che insensibile, sottile,
leggermente, dolcemente,
incomincia a sussurar.
[SIZE="1"]G. Rossini, il Barbiere di Siviglia[/size]




Gray_Lensman wrote:JastaV is courteous enough to [color="Purple"]provide supporting information regarding changes he makes to NCP files[/color]. (sometimes to the point of overload, :D ), but [color="purple"]at least he gives the requested information[/color]. Might I politely inquire why, as a member of the AACW beta team, you won't provide this simple supporting information for your scenarios that AGEod has given you the honor of including in their official game scenarios?


Cinque…. dieci…. venti…. trenta…..
Trentasei….. quarantatre…..
…..
………..
Si, mio core, or è più bello:
Sembra fatto inver per te.
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Gray_Lensman wrote:JastaV is courteous enough to provide supporting information regarding changes he makes to NCP files. (sometimes to the point of overload, :D ), but at least he gives the requested information. Might I politely inquire why, [color="Purple"]as a member of the AACW beta team[/color], you won't provide this simple supporting information for your scenarios that [color="purple"]AGEod has given you the honor[/color] of including in their official game scenarios?


Noi Don Magnifico….. Questo in maiuscole,
Bestie! Maiuscole! Bravi! Così.
Noi Don Magnifico,
Duca e Barone
Dell’antichissiomo
Montefiacone;
Grand’intendente,
Gran presidente,
Con gli altri titoli,
Con venti et cetera,
In splenitudine
D’autorità
Ricava l’ordine
Chi leggerà!
[SIZE="1"]G. Rossini, La Cenerentola[/size]


JastaV :wacko:

I'll be pleased to clarify with other words, for those non confident with Arias from some famous Operas! :cool:
Ney: The army will not move!
Napoleon: The army will obey me!
Ney: The army will obey to its Generals’ orders!

[SIZE="1"]Fontainebleau, April 1814[/size]

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Gray_Lensman wrote:[color="purple"]JastaV[/color] is courteous enough to provide supporting information regarding changes he makes to NCP files. (sometimes to the point of overload, :D ), but at least he gives the requested information. Might I politely inquire why, as a member of the AACW beta team, you won't provide this simple supporting information for your scenarios that AGEod has given you the honor of including in their official game scenarios?


Don Giovanni, a cenar teco
M’invitasti e son venuto!
[SIZE="1"]W. A. Mozart, Don Giovanni[/size]

I cannot see reason why Grey_Lensman decided to call me in, anyway I’m here!


Gray_Lensman wrote:JastaV is courteous enough to provide supporting information regarding changes he makes to NCP files. ([color="Purple"]sometimes to the point of overload[/color], :D ), but at least he gives the requested information. Might I politely inquire why, as a member of the AACW beta team, you won't provide this simple supporting information for your scenarios that AGEod has given you the honor of including in their official game scenarios?


La calunnia è un venticello,
un’auretta assai gentile
che insensibile, sottile,
leggermente, dolcemente,
incomincia a sussurar.
[SIZE="1"]G. Rossini, il Barbiere di Siviglia[/size]

Guess we had a cultural misunderstadment.
For Italian people replying to questions with a simple yes or not in impolite. We have to enrich all with tons of words! That’s all! :neener:


Gray_Lensman wrote:JastaV is courteous enough to [color="purple"]provide supporting information regarding changes he makes to NCP files[/color]. (sometimes to the point of overload, :D ), [color="purple"]but at least he gives the requested information[/color]. Might I politely inquire why, as a member of the AACW beta team, you won't provide this simple supporting information for your scenarios that AGEod has given you the honor of including in their official game scenarios?


Cinque…. dieci…. venti…. trenta…..
Trentasei….. quarantatre…..
………..
Si, mio core, or è più bello:
Sembra fatto inver per te.
[SIZE="1"]W. A. Mozart, Le Nozze di Figaro[/size]

Unfortunately un-detailed informations are putting me in troubles, most of times. That’s reason why I insist for clarifications. Then while for most of you English is mother language, for me that’s not.
BTW, the absence of an official editing guide is till a trouble! Anyway the only way to work for all gamers interest is sharing what we know. We are lucky in so far all AGEod engine games share same codes, there’s no reason to boycott or hamper information flow.

Gray_Lensman wrote:JastaV is courteous enough to provide supporting information regarding changes he makes to NCP files. (sometimes to the point of overload, :D ), but at least he gives the requested information. Might I politely inquire why, as a [color="purple"]member of the AACW beta team[/color], you won't provide this simple supporting information for your scenarios that AGEod has given you [color="Purple"]the honor[/color] of including in their official game scenarios?


Noi Don Magnifico….. Questo in maiuscole,
Bestie! Maiuscole! Bravi! Così.
Noi Don Magnifico,
Duca e Barone
Dell’antichissimo
Montefiascone;
Grand’intendente,
Gran presidente,
Con gli altri titoli,
Con venti et cetera,
In splenitudine
D’autorità
Riceva l’ordine
Chi leggerà!
[SIZE="1"]G. Rossini, La Cenerentola[/size]

Many forumities have been honoured by AGEod official titles and they work for mods to be officialised.
That’s not true for me: Modder Times was born as an 3rd party projects. The great advantage is in term of working freedom: I have not to ask for permissions when modding a file, or to keep aware of the risk of my editing decision for others. When asked, I was anyway always ready to offer my support to the official game version.


I had no chance to go after Bigus mods. :(
I followed with great interest most recent improvement Gray_Lensman worked. :thumbsup: BRAVO!
Hope to catch out time to play again AACW, for sure I'll be pleased by the last changes you all produced!

JastaV

http://www.librettidopera.it/
http://it.wikipedia.org/wiki/Categoria:Libretti_d'opera
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Napoleon: The army will obey me!

Ney: The army will obey to its Generals’ orders!



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Wow I come back after a week of holidays to find the mod threads pinned!

Thanks for this. I appreciate it.

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I'm still looking for a better way to do it, but since it's dragging on, this is just as good in the meantime :)
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Great humor!

Fri Jan 09, 2009 8:40 pm

Barker wrote:
Give Gray a Chance

enjoy the levity...life is too short for the junk


I love it!
"Look at this scenario file..." the man says, holding a magnifying glass over a sheet of hieroglyphics! :laugh:

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Havely :)

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Rafiki wrote:I'm still looking for a better way to do it, but since it's dragging on, this is just as good in the meantime :)

......what about the "Generals Graphics" mod?

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