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Title: something for Hamm regarding the BoB set on CUP
Post by: Griffon_301 on March 05, 2015, 02:53:17 AM
Hello!

as I have posted already, one of the 12th July missions does not fully play in CUP; one thing is the missing BV-141 which is easily curable, the other is that camo netting that is placed in the hangar doors of the hangar that is the starting point for the German recce mission;
no plane can get past this one without crashing.... if you load the mission and zoom into the starting point of that mission and the hangar, you will see what I mean...
can you solve that one or is that a problem coded into the map?

cheers
phil
Title: Re: something for Hamm regarding the BoB set on CUP
Post by: Griffon_301 on March 17, 2015, 11:39:17 AM
unfortunately, I am no FMB guru; but I love your mission sets, that´s why I brought this up;
the funny thing is, the same error persists on a TFM 4.12 install, so I do not know whats going on...
might try to add the map manually and see what happens...
Title: Re: something for Hamm regarding the BoB set on CUP
Post by: Griffon_301 on March 18, 2015, 07:16:10 AM
wow, thank you very very much :)
I like this mission set quite a lot because I am reading James Holland´s "Battle of Britain" currently and also added two Alfred Price titles about the BoB recently to my book collection, so I am in a full BoB mood, besides some CloD flying, which I do not do very often now after CUP was released;

but I think that the BoB, together with the defence of Malta and the air battles over Guadalcanal must have been the greatest defensive fighter scenarios of WW2
Title: Re: something for Hamm regarding the BoB set on CUP
Post by: Griffon_301 on March 18, 2015, 01:42:21 PM
ah I know this thread already :) GREAT work you have done there!
I am soo looking forward to going to Duxford again in July, its not only 75th anniversary of the BoB but also 70th anniversary of wars end, so I am curious what they will bring up there - here´s hope that it will be the newly restored Blenheim and the newly acquired BF-109E once flown by H-J Marseille himself :)