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Novice
Posted: Nov 9 2009, 01:34 PM


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P.B
The folder itself should be compressed into a .zip file and sent. another way of doing it is the forum itself. Click on Colosseum's name and there you'll be able to e-mail or Pm directly (I did it like that)
Hope it was helpfull
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Portsmouth Bill
Posted: Nov 9 2009, 02:09 PM


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Thanks Novice, I'll try that :) .

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Portsmouth Bill
Posted: Nov 9 2009, 02:45 PM


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It seems to have worked; at least I found out how to create a zip file: right click, then 'send to'. then I just did the same on the zip file and selected mail recipient and the address Colosseum posted.

At least now I'll know how to do it in future for new stuff; I sort of stumbled on it through serendipity :rolleyes:
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lazer_one
Posted: Dec 7 2009, 05:09 PM


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I remember somewhere a link to a list giving the ship type (CA, CB,...)

(I need to understand how name a 1880 "protected cruiser" )

Please submit it again - Thanks

Lazer_ ;) ne
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Thiel
Posted: Dec 7 2009, 05:27 PM


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QUOTE (lazer_one @ Dec 7 2009, 05:09 PM)
I remember somewhere a link to a list giving the ship type (CA, CB,...)

(I need to understand how name a 1880 "protected cruiser" )

Please submit it again - Thanks

Lazer_ ;) ne


Here's a link.
Not sure it's the one you want though.

Here's a link
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