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MOD or UPGRADE

Mon Dec 01, 2008 5:49 pm

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Here is a preview from achivements in the Illustrated Ledger Pages topic.
All paints have been edited by Nikel!
On my own I modded the Ledger.FTE files for various resulutions and re-worked the Options.

The pictures is relative to Options from Modder Times The Eagle's Return scenario:
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[color="Red"]Wonder where Rafiki will move the post?[/color] :mdr:
To Mods sections ?
To NCP Inprovements pages?
..... Indeed I please him to not move it at all!

Indeed with some work and following a larger testing of Ledger.FTE modded files at the different resolution, we could have the Mod to go official, becoming a NCP improvements!

More news at the Modder Time thread, at NCP mods sections, soon!
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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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Mon Dec 01, 2008 11:11 pm

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Tue Dec 02, 2008 11:35 pm

Looks good! :thumbsup:
But what means "Alte Worwarts" ? :wacko:

Cheers
Norbert

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Tue Dec 02, 2008 11:50 pm

Great work Nikel and JastaV! :coeurs: :coeurs:
The new ledger look is gorgeous! :thumbsup:
As Primasprint hints :neener: and google confrms its " Vorwarts" :)

It was Blucher nickname if i'm not mistaken... "Old forwards" :dada:

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Tue Dec 02, 2008 11:51 pm

Yes, seems to be an error, should be "alte vorwärts" or "old forward", as was named Blücher by his soldiers

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Wed Dec 03, 2008 12:40 am

I would recommend "Marschall Vorwärts" then. :)

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Wed Dec 03, 2008 2:16 pm

Primasprit wrote:Looks good! :thumbsup:
But what means "Alte Worwarts" ? :wacko:

Cheers
Norbert


Absolutely do not know!
... it could even be something offensive! :blink:
I do not speak German!

According to David Chandler, Waterloo book -I'm referring to the Italian language version-, "Alte Worwarts" was Blucher Nickname*** commonly used between Prussian troops ranks: it's translated to Always Advance!
Possibly a typing error with the italian edition!
Thanks for the tip: I'll go after Norbert suggestion, being the only German native here! :neener:

***: [color="RoyalBlue"]according to some sources Prussian troops first choice was "Jasta V", but soon discovered someone was already using that![/color] :mdr:
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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Thu Dec 04, 2008 1:34 pm

In another Chandler's book, The dictionary of the napoleonic wars, Blücher article, it is said


...Despite certain mental limitations, he was a fine fighting commander loved by
his troops, who dubbed him "Papa Blucher" and "Alte vorwarts" ("Old Forward")...

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Thu Dec 04, 2008 4:28 pm

Nikel wrote:In another Chandler's book, The dictionary of the napoleonic wars, Blücher article, it is said


...Despite certain mental limitations, he was a fine fighting commander loved by
his troops, who dubbed him "Papa Blucher" and "Alte vorwarts" ("Old Forward")...


Good catch, but to late! :neener:
I trusted Primasprint suggestion: Marschall Vorwärts!
That because Primasprint knows a bit of German, I suppose!
Alte Vorwärts could work too, but I'll not return over it: LocalStrings have been sent to arsan for translation to Spanish..... But the fact arsan was a bit shocked by volume of the lines to be translated, I will note make things even worst going after new chages.
..... Indeed I do not understand arsan surprise: my verbosity is welll known! :mdr:
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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Thu Dec 04, 2008 4:35 pm

You can of course also write "Der alte Vorwärts" (only "alte Vorwärts" would be incorrect).

"Marshall Vorwärts" wins the google competition however. :p

"alte vorwärts" blücher : 9 hits
"marschall vorwärts" blücher : 1830 hits.

:D

Cheers
Norbert

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Thu Dec 04, 2008 5:54 pm

Nikel wrote:In another Chandler's book.......


I had many chance in the past to quote Chandler's works.
It's also true he's my favourite Napoleonic age historian.
Indeed there are some sentences and conclusions, from this author I cannot trust!
He's used to justify some dark sides on Boney personality with the italian blood of the emperor. Then, when describing the complex relationships between Bonaparte family members, their ambitions, and the fact that most of them got crowns, chandler is used to depict Napoleon as the godfather of a mafia family! :wacko:
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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Wed Jul 18, 2012 2:15 pm

hallo you all,
what about this mod, is that great mod meanwhile ready to be played?
i like those pictures you managed to add to NCP,...
what a patch i have to use to get this mod, if the mod is completed ofcourse.

and if not when it will be ready, or are they some other mods that enhance the grafical or gameplay of NCP...

many greatings
hyroda

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