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no. Go to your steam library, add the extension -mod Europe_At_War and make a shortcut.
make a shotcut from your steam library. add the extension:
reduce your graphic settings
maybe a problem from the server
in mareth line, may be?
I don't know if it is possible...
in EaW, the corpses of the most common infantry (riflemen, Volksgrenadiers, engineers ...) are persistent indefinitely.
It's implemented some time ago.
"can not varrify media" means that the relic servers are closed, the must install into your "CoH relaunch" (new steam version) directory
Np, and thank you for your 10/10 ;)
Have you installed into the CoH directory? Have you created the shortcut with the extension?
desura is updated by ModDb, I can't do nothing
seems a lighting problem, try with lower graphics.
can you post a screenshot?
its a bug in market garden maps. Fixed for the next patch.
The team color in the german barracks is bugged from v CoH, is not possible remove it like in other buildings.
Where is the bug in the barracks?
Old relic servers are closed, if you want play online you need download "coh new steam version" and install EaW on this directory.
Thank you for the flowers ^^
I'll look for a improved tracers, but no promises.
In Africa maps only work standard annihilate, troubles with the scar code...
The maus is in TankWars mode.
patch, no date for now.
extract the installer from the zip/rar and select your CoH path
-maybe the next version fixes some bugs, change some icons and little else.
-PoW = Prisoners of War
-The only new unit short term may be the stug III ausf B.
-no unit list :/
you mean "airborne company"? are you playing in market garden maps.
see the summary description:
"What at first seemed a perfect plan became hell for the Men of the XXX corps. The paratroopers met their targets quite effectively, but were isolated from the armored support, fighting with heavy casualties until run out of ammo. --The only American troops (82nd &101st airborne)-- are dropped more near and could join the British tanks, but the German ambushes on Highway 69 delayed the progress and finally stopped the offensive."