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LXF Efile

Post by Golothin » 2020-10-02 18:12, Friday

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Welcome to LXF Equipment File!

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Legio X Fretensis - Pia Fidelis! :cheers

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Campaigns

1925-47 NATIONAL REVOLUTIONARY ARMY, Nationalist China, 21 scenarios by Golothin (under development)
1933-34 SAUDI-YEMENI WAR, Saudi Arabia, 7 scenarios by Golothin
1934-41 THE WAR OF THE NEGUS, Ethiopia, 14 scenarios by Patrice Gaudette
1934-44 LEGIONS OF IL DUCE, Italy, 22 scenarios by Golothin
1936-39 ANGLO-AMERICAN WAR AT SEA, USA, 11 scenarios by Golothin
1936-45 PORTUGUESE CAMPAIGN, Portugal, 12 scenarios by Dennis Felling
1936-45 RED ARMY CAMPAIGN, Soviet Union, 21 scenarios by Golothin
1936-45 SECOND SINO-JAPANESE WAR, Japan, 23 scenarios by Golothin
1937-43 IMPERIAL JAPANESE NAVY, Japan, 23 scenarios by Golothin
1937-45 DEUTSCHE MARINEKORPS CAMPAIGN, Germany, 22 scenarios by Dennis Felling
1938 AUSTRIAN CAMPAIGN, Austria, 7 scenarios by Dennis Felling
1938 FALL GRUEN, Germany, 7 scenarios by Dennis Felling
1938-45 DOGS OF WAR, USA, 35 scenarios by William Dickens
1939-40 WINTER WAR, Finland, 17 scenarios by Christian Ludwig
1939-42 GERMAN FLEET AT WAR, Germany, 7 scenarios by Jurgen Smet
1939-43 TURKISH CAMPAIGN, Turkey, 17 scenarios by Dennis Felling
1939-45 22.INFANTERIE-DIVISION CAMPAIGN, Germany, 16 scenarios by Dennis Felling (under conversion to LXF)
1939-45 CZECHOSLOVAK CAMPAIGN, Czechoslovakia, 8 scenarios by Dennis Felling
1939-45 FOR OUR FREEDOM AND YOURS, Poland, 17 scenarios by Mikael Anteskog Adler (under conversion to LXF)
1939-45 FRENCH CAMPAIGN, France/Free French Forces, 31 scenarios by Dennis Felling & Steve Brown
1939-45 GREEN DEVILS, Germany, 28 scenarios by Golothin
1939-45 HUNGARIAN ROYAL ARMY, Hungary, 14 scenarios by Csaba Zsadányi-Nagy
1939-45 ROYAL NAVY, United Kingdom, 18 scenarios by Golothin
1940-42 RED ALERT, United Kingdom, 22 scenarios by Austin Gunsauley
1940-44 WE SEARCH FOR WAYS, Germany, 48 scenarios by Golothin
1940-49 DUTCH CAMPAIGN, Netherlands, 15 scenarios by Dennis Felling
1940-49 GREEK CAMPAIGN, Greece/Communist Greece, 27 scenarios by Golothin
1941-42 JIHAD, Iraq/Afghanistan/Iran, 15 scenarios by William Dickens
1941-43 CRUSADE IN RUSSIA, Spain, 7 scenarios by Santiago Fuertes (under conversion to LXF)
1941-45 DIGGERS AT WAR, Australia, 20 scenarios by William Dickens
1941-45 STAY ALIVE - RED PARTISANS, Soviet Union, 10 scenarios by Golothin
1941-45 YUGOSLAV FRONT, Communist Yugoslavia, 19 scenarios by Golothin
1941-52 U.S. NAVY AIR FORCES, USA, 21 scenarios by Golothin
1943-45 HEAVY PANZER DETACHMENT 503, Germany, 12 scenarios by Jurgen Smet
1946-54 RED DESTINY, Soviet Union, 19 scenarios by Austin Gunsauley
1950-51 NORTH KOREAN CAMPAIGN, North Korea, 14 scenarios by Dennis Felling


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Re: LXF Efile

Post by Golothin » 2020-10-02 18:19, Friday

Gentlemen, I'm proud to announce a new OpenGeneral campaign for LXF efile:

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Lead your troops to victory in this OpenGeneral campaign about the Red Army in Second World War and fight selected battles in Spanish Civil War, the Japanese-Soviet border conflict, Winter War, Poland and the Great Patriotic War.

21 Scenarios

Campaign included in LXF 0.7 download.

:howdy
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Re: LXF Efile

Post by LuisGuzman » 2020-10-02 20:06, Friday

:banana

It is uploaded to www.open-general.com, so it should be updated tonight and thus available tomorrow in the EFILE_LXF package:
Menu: Downloads | Individual Efiles.

Thank you a lot for your work. :clap

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Re: LXF Efile

Post by Golothin » 2020-10-03 05:56, Saturday

Thank you Luis :cool but something went wrong. The Efile is actual, but the new campaign is not included. :dunno
Looks like only existing files have been updated but new files have not been added.
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Re: LXF Efile

Post by LuisGuzman » 2020-10-03 07:06, Saturday

Golothin wrote:
2020-10-03 05:56, Saturday
Thank you Luis :cool but something went wrong. The Efile is actual, but the new campaign is not included. :dunno
Looks like only existing files have been updated but new files have not been added.
:shock :o
Yes, I missed to "add" (stage) new files before committing :bonk ...
I am used to GIT and using SVN is a bit harder for me, because it is not that easy to see all the unversioned files (among 4000 files) to stage them before committing.

It is fixed now and will be updated tonight. Sorry for the mistake :doh
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Re: LXF Efile

Post by Golothin » 2020-10-03 08:43, Saturday

:twink
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Re: LXF Efile

Post by randowe » 2020-10-03 15:46, Saturday

It's nice to see you so active again :howdy

Btw, the link in your signature, when clicking on the banner, is dead? It says the file can not be found :dunno

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Re: LXF Efile

Post by Golothin » 2020-10-04 12:47, Sunday

Thanks for the hint :yes
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Re: LXF Efile

Post by mythos » 2020-10-20 16:00, Tuesday

Hi Björn :howdy

Could you please check heavy artillery:
- French 194mm GPF (E:1278
- Soviet 203mm BR-4 (E:1520
- Soviet 280mm BR-5 (E:1521
- Soviet 152mm BR-2 (E:1522

They have Speed=2 - should be 0 ?
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Re: LXF Efile

Post by randowe » 2020-10-20 16:13, Tuesday

mythos wrote:
2020-10-20 16:00, Tuesday
Hi Björn :howdy

Could you please check heavy artillery:
- French 194mm GPF (E:1278
- Soviet 203mm BR-4 (E:1520
- Soviet 280mm BR-5 (E:1521
- Soviet 152mm BR-2 (E:1522

They have Speed=2 - should be 0 ?
The french 194mm GPF was actually a self-propelled gun with a speed of up to 10 km/h. The other guns had a tracked carriage too but were not self propelled (as far as i know).

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Re: LXF Efile

Post by mythos » 2020-10-20 16:33, Tuesday

I see, thanks. However, it seems that not even the French gun was self-propelled anymore in times of WW2...
Das System wurde schließlich auf ein Traktorgestell montiert. Es stellte sich indes heraus, dass das Gesamtgewicht des Geschützes zu hoch war, wenn es bei Querfeldeinfahrten genutzt wurde. Die Verbesserungen zogen nach sich, dass der Motor entfernt wurde
...while the Russian guns had no engine in the first place. The tracked carriage was just for easier towing in difficult terrain.
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Re: LXF Efile

Post by Golothin » 2020-10-20 16:45, Tuesday

mythos wrote:
2020-10-20 16:00, Tuesday
Hi Björn :howdy

Could you please check heavy artillery:
- French 194mm GPF (E:1278
- Soviet 203mm BR-4 (E:1520
- Soviet 280mm BR-5 (E:1521
- Soviet 152mm BR-2 (E:1522

They have Speed=2 - should be 0 ?
Yes, I will correct that. Thanks!
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