Durk wrote:Somebody with better tech sense needs to chime in. For me, the basic game installed, then during the same install, I was presented with a new window asking for me to once again accept the license; that is the 1.03, I think.
khbynum wrote:I just installed from the DVD and had no problems (other than my crappy LG optical drive). It has the same "AJE 1.03" typo as the download version. I think some people have had problems because the installer opens two windows exactly superimposed, one for the update and one for the scenarios. It's easy to miss one of them, so just drag the top one off to the side. When loaded, my game shows v. 1.03 and all the new scenarios.
khbynum wrote:You're welcome, Sir. I doubt the typo will be fixed on the hard copy, especially now that it is well reported on the forum. I probably won't play most of the new scenarios, since I much prefer the April '61 whole war campaign. I really bought the expansion to reward AGEod for giving us CW2. I will play the Battle of Atlanta, since I have always regarded that as the decisive Civil War campaign. I'd like to see if I can do a better job than Gen. Johnston...
Jeffkle wrote:Don't you think most gamers of Civil War II, play the long campaign versions rather then small scenario's? I realize the smaller battles are better or the newer wargamers, learning the system. More time should be put the longer campaign. I have another question. When creating a division why can't we save complete brigades with leaders? This way a division could be made up of several leaders, creating a variety of total leader points. Some brigade commanders could enhance or detract from the division commanders rating??
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