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Revenge Advanced Member

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#1 14 years ago

http://operationflashpoint.filefront.com/news/FFUR_Modifications_Released;22648

See OFPFiles for details.

The FFUR Team (that's me and a few others, by the way), have released our penultimate modifications for Operation Flashpoint, all on the same day. We've made a 1985 Woodland pack, a 1985 Desert, 1985 Winter, 2005 Modern Warfare and Asian Crisis packs.

Hope you enjoy them.

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#2 14 years ago

[COLOR=slategray]Yes![/COLOR] [COLOR=slategray][/COLOR] [COLOR=slategray]For the last month and a half I kept updating ofp.gamezone.cz waiting for this moment. Winter and modern are the two I'll be downloading first.[/COLOR]




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#3 14 years ago

Alright, I know double posting is evil, but does each pack create a different directory so I can play multiple campaigns without causing issues? I hope that made sense.




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#4 14 years ago

It creates new directories because they are all seperate mods. You can't play with all of the unit conversion mods at once, you can only boot each one individually (well, without a whole load of merging). If you start a campaign in one, you will be able to start a campaign in another but this was not the main reason why they have seperate folders.

The folders need to be seperate to allow FFUR to change the standard BIS units.




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#5 14 years ago

Okay, that is all I wanted to know. When I first started reading about FFUR I took the unit replacements as physically replacing them. Should have known better. :p




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#6 14 years ago

I keep getting a buffer (not enough memory or something) error now after it loads.