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      1.35.9.1 Released (August 18th - 2017)   08/18/2017

      1.35.9.1 is our pre-release game update. It is currently being released to our organic (current) player base only to verify everything is working as intended. Please review all normal game play elements and conduct basic testing. Above all, we need your feed back. If there are any issues that are NEW and broken, please use the .bug report with details. In depth issues, including how to reproduce the problem, should go to our Testing & Bug Reporting forums with screenshots and text based procedure / expected out comes. If you have the latest version you can patch automatically, or go to the downloads page and download the full update if you have an old version or need a full new install.

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  1. fixed for now
  2. I'd like to hear why you're asking the question at all, what is missing from the homepage that explains what this amazing game is?
  3. from colorado? ps. I'm planning on fixing this tonight
  4. A lot of changes to the Training Tutorials for the upcoming Steam release that will solve these types of issues. For now, just use ".graduate true" if you get stuck within the training tutorials.
  5. Tracking the miss-reporting of the population levels. The webmap gets its info from Wiretap and that gets its info from the game. Some numbers didn't get cleared out properly and thus they are stuck and making the population numbers higher than they should be.
  6. ya, I've been messing with it for the past hour or so and when you do the primary change, it plays havoc with the mouse input as well so it makes things tough. You're little program works for the purpose, it just took some tweaking to get it over to the proper screen. Good Job! ps. i spoke with the DEVs and even though you can actually get the game into a "windowed" mode, it's not draggable so it kinda useless. Something more to add in a ticket about.
  7. an easy route that used to work, can't see why it wouldn't still, is to launch the game then alt tab and then make your second screen the 'primary" within the windows display settings. then launch the second instance and bam, you have it on two screens. I'm sure it could be scripted in order to make it much easier to do but thats the basics.
  8. yup, it's enabled for this campaign.
  9. steam stats and achievements will be comparable or the same to our own reworked stats and achievements on our stats site
  10. negative...did you see the new American Para in UR4? now just imagine cockpits and 6DOF...
  11. I believe I actually fixed Baghdad Bob this evening...hurry up and win the map so that we can confirm it on the live system
  12. Was it easier because you just loaded the community site and then the new articles were just right there in the middle of the screen? The tricky thing with that style of site is that it made it very difficult to "sell" the game to new prospecting players that are coming to the website for the first time or to come find information about the game. That's the reason we had two separate websites for a while, one being the "selling" site and the other being the "community" site. Combining those two into a single sight is a tricky thing do to. I decided to have a specific menu just for the community because you all should be more hardy in finding the information that yall need. We have to have a WWII Online face to the website as a whole. There are the latest articles on the homepage, they are just a few rows down from the top. So if a player doesn't want to navigate over one page, they can just scroll down and see if there was something new posted. Any suggestions?
  13. A few weeks ago I added the categories and the most read stories to the News area. It does make that area look a bit wordy, do you think moving those things down into their own row will help to break up all the words? The wordiness all comes down to how they create the articles, if they do not use any imagery to spice up the intro to the articles, that's all we get. I also added links to the Categories, Featured Articles, and the RSS Feed. I'm not sure if you're aware but the Featured Articles page shows that last five articles that have been highlighted. Also, the RSS feed gives you the ability to get emails sent to you whenever there is a new article posted.