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This is for public and clan to enjoy. Hidden on a small inlet on a planet far, far away where the waves are perfect for surfing and the sun shines daily, is our small beach house resort. For special guests we have a premium vintage green liqueur, and...maybe...Saurian brandy? Kick back and relax. Bbq's every saturday and beach volley ball just around the corner. Please Keep general discussion here.
Orc chef say " Catch lizard, whomp on head, throw in pot on fire, take nap, food done. If no lizard be found, chicken good too." Want to find a new recipe? Need help with what to have for dinner? You might find help here.
Thanks! Also just as well I properly investigated a subsequent problem I encountered before asking about it publicly as it turns out to have been something I did. Oops! I'm not entirely sure what or why, but s2logic.dll was very unhappy about it. Removing the offending config file (and I've no idea what it was trying to accomplish a decade after the event: probably trying to merge two or more other mods of the time) stopped it being unhappy, and therefore stopped me from being unhappy! Everything seems to be working properly now.
Ah. I do apologise, but I'd failed to apply the most basic computing wisdom of all: "have you tried turning it off and back on again?" I've no idea what was the problem but a quick(-ish) reboot and it's come to life.
May I ask how to install it? My old installation was a bit of a mess so I've just downloaded the Gold edition from Steam (and started it up, getting as far as the menu, to make sure everything's configured, registered and so on) but when I run cm-install it doesn't seem to be doing anything. I mean it comes up with a window saying it needs admin rights but after that... nothing. No error, but no modifications or anything either.
I've probably just overlooked something obvious, but quite often the obvious fails to be obvious until someone points out what it is...