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  1. Forgive me if this has already been established somewhere in the thread that I missed, but I just updated from 10.5.8 to Snow Leopard and can now mark things as M/L in 1.30.xx. Didn't change a thing with my WWIIOL install or version, just started working after the OS update. Still have the waypoint bug where I can't rename them or create more than one, however.
  2. Try For the 1.30 full install
  3. mrpapp- Sounds similar to something I experienced yesterday with the newest beta. I'd pick an infantryman/ATG/Tank whatever, click spawn and after a second or two I'd CTD before I ever actually spawned. As I was methodically going through different game settings troubleshooting something else, I finally found that the only setting that gave me that CTD was having "Water shaders" enabled. I disabled the water shaders in the video settings and I've been able to spawn in every time since. Might be worth giving a shot, anyway.
  4. Marcus- Just wondering if you've tried today's beta release? I reported it in the bug forum under your original post, but FYI, I am still experiencing the same infantry eyepoint and weapons not firing after stance change issue that you reported back in Dec.
  5. MARKING* a:N, b:I, c:6
  6. Been four years since I bought my dual 2.5GHZ G5 and getting the urge to get a new mac. Tempted by a new 24" imacs: 3.06GHz Intel Core 2 Duo 2 GB Mem (would probaby upgrade to the full 4GB) 512 MB NVIDIA GeForce 8800 GS Don't want to trade in my tower only to find that there's some problem with the imac's vid card preventing me from running the game so figured I'd ask here first. Anyone running WWIIOL on one of the newer imacs? Haven't seen any complaints in the Mac support forums, but better safe than sorry
  7. Sparre, Ahwulf- Thank you very much for the replies. The G5 tower will last until January no problem (assuming 1.29 doesn't get released first with the PPC issues), didn't know there were new imacs in the works! An Apple store just opened in Portland, ME so wandered in there while my wife was sniffing the soap in Bath and Body works the other day. Got a bug in my @$$ to get a new imac after seeing that 24" glossy screen :-). Figured I could get her a new 13" PB AND a new imac for less than a new tower and monitor (with a trade-in of my current system, of course). Thanks again
  8. Unless I get called away to work, I'll plan to fly a 111 with Red and the rest of the guys.
  9. 617 Dambusters continue to get the job done. The squad and numerous individual members received further recognition from AHC for their efforts in the Campaign #39 Allied victory including: CINC Unit Commendation (4th award) Allied Air Force Cross Nothing attracts women and sheep like sexeh ribbons. Join the Dambusters and become sexeh too! 1.28 is just around the corner, "Radar" will significantly alter the RDP and air war. We'll be ready....will you?
  10. This just in... 9 out of 10 Luftwaffe Pilots surveyed prefer the Dambusters! "The Dambusters are Just Awesome!" The air war is alive and well, you've just got to know where to look
  11. The 617 Dambusters have again been recognized by the Allied High Command for their outstanding efforts in slowing the Axis RDP and resupply effort during historic Campaign 37, the "truce" campaign. Furthermore, the 617 was awarded its first Suprior Unit Award at the conclusion of Campaign 37 With TOE's now a reality, and radar on the horizon, the effects of coordinated bombing will play an even more critical effect on the strategic war effort. The Dambusters are looking for willing pilots to take to the skies in a bomber or escort fighter and continue their dedicated service to the Allied High Command. Visit our website and forums (click the sig) for more information and join one of the most decorated and respected squads in WWIIOL today!
  12. One of the most talented and dedicated groups of RAF pilots in the game. Always appear eager to help where needed and to work with and train their new pilots. S! 75 Squadron.
  13. After a highly successful round the clock strategic bombing campaign during the Allied victory in Campaign 36, the Dambusters were awarded their third CinC Unit Commendation in recognition of their efforts as noted below. As Campaign 37 begins, we need pilots and crews to keep taking the fight to the Axis Homeland. Join us and become part of the legendary 617!
  14. One week into campaign 36 and the Dambusters and friends are contibuting significantly to the Allied war effort. Over 150 bombing sorties flown so far and 270,000+ pounds of love delivered to the Axis homeland. Allied and Axis pilots alike are enjoying the ensuing air battles. Watch our training material, join us on a run or two and see what we're all about!
  15. Two days into campaign 36 and the air war is alive and well. Join us for a few runs and get involved!!! If you like what you see, ask for a Dambuster Recruiter and we'll head you in the right direction. If flying bombers isn't your thing, we need escorts now more than ever, so you fighter types are an equally important part of the Dambuster team! New to the game and need to rank up? At 30 points a pop, crewing as a bombardier is a great way to do it. See our website and training material above to get started.
  16. The ground crews are hard at work currently prepping the planes for the start of a new campaign next week. What better way to kick off a new campaign than a good ol-fashioned "Dambuster Smackdown". Plenty of shiny new bombers and fighters just waiting for pilots like you!
  17. RAF 617 Squadron, The Dambusters, was formed in early March of 2004 by Charlie3 and Kizmet as WWII Online's first and (at that time) only squad dedicated to the sustained strategic bombing of the Axis Research Development and Production facilities. One of the common themes we see in the average World War Two Online player is their interest in history, specifically the Second World War. The squad's name pays homage to the past and current legacy of the real RAF 617 Squadron and their ingenuity, tenacity and bravery. The virtual Dambusters have our own long history and an unparalleled reputation of ingenuity, dedication and excellence within the WWIIOL community. The Dambusters lead the WWIIOL community (Allied and Axis) in the development and implementation of strategic bombing strategy and tirelessly work to prove (and improve) the importance that strategic bombing plays in not only the Allied war effort, but the game as a whole. We are a fun bunch of nuts who love raining down destruction on the Axis factories around the clock. Our bomber pilots like nothing better than taking flights of a dozen (even dozens) of bombers and escorts across enemy lines. Our escort pilots are among the best in the game. They cut through factory defenders with nerves of steel and get our bomber pilots to target and safely home. If you are a fighter pilot looking for action, quit chasing AI-hugging 109s on the deck, come on up to where the real air war is taking place. Our Squad currently has members from around the world. We cover numerous time zones and enjoy the comraderie of teamwork and the expanding of knowledge we gain, simply from talking with one another on teamspeak as we play the game. We welcome all bomber and fighter pilots, new and old alike. Although our main function is strategic bombing, our squad encourages enjoyment in the game and readily perform other missions as required by the Allied High Command. If the Axis make it, we're more than happy to blow it up! We encourage you to delve into the complexities of World War Two Online, and more specifically, we invite you to join our "Team" as we continue to rain death and destruction down on the Axis hordes. This game encourages (even requires) teamwork and has a steep learning curve so you will find gameplay much more enjoyable, and you'll survive much longer, if you join a squad early on in your WWIIOnline playing career. With experience comes knowledge and the Dambusters are a knowledgebase waiting to teach you the complexities of this Massive Multi-Player Online game. So that you get a better idea of what we do, as well as the excitement and enjoyment that is possible in the game, we have included some links below to videos of past Dambuster bombing missions and some of our training material. If you like what you see and are interested in joining one of the most well-known and well-respected squads in WWIIOL, ask for the Dambusters by name in game or stop by our forums and introduce yourself. Even if you don't elect to join our ranks, we need the help of every Allied player to keep the Axis war machine at bay, so watch for our mission announcements on ch [55] and [3] and join us on a mission or two. All are welcome. Either way, please feel free to drop by our new hangar at and have a look around. Video Links: Ring of Fire (Escorts in action!) Training Videos: Part One: Crewing the DB7 Part Two: Piloting the DB7
  18. Yep, same. Fortunately had the full installer for 1.23.2 still on the HD. Reinstalled and reupdated to 1.24, but while the 1.24 updater was running, I quit Safari and Playgate so it wouldn't get caught in the auto-update loop. Started up the newly installed 1.24 in offline mode first (remember a similar problem last year that required us to start up offline first) and then re-launched via safari and I got in game just fine.