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IL-2 Sturmovik: Cliffs of Dover Latest instalment in the acclaimed IL-2 Sturmovik series from award-winning developer 1C: Maddox Games.

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Old 08-13-2012, 06:49 PM
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Default Der Die Das

Sorry Cobber, but I intentionally chose the incorrect article "Das" because I didn't want to be confused as a fanboy for Il-2 Pacific Fighters where the watch word was "You Die Yanks". Everyone knows in that case its "You, Der Yanks"
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Old 08-13-2012, 07:00 PM
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Do NOT use Winzip. That's your problem right there. Use Winrar or the free 7Zip utility. This will give you one folder, the "Parts" folder. Simply paste that folder over the existing one. Plus go to your 1C Softclub folder and erase the contents of the Cache folder within.

Apparently the Winzip utility itself fails to unzip some key files in the patch download.
I just tested. Winzip worked fine for me. Make sure you guys all have User Account Control (UAC) disabled.
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Old 08-13-2012, 07:53 PM
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Should be written "Die Brylcreemer". You could also write "Die Brylcremer".
The secound one would be denglisch (mixture of english and german/deutsch).

Product: "Brylcreem"
"cream" in german is "Creme"
>> "Brylcreme"
No, no, no....'Brylcreem' is a product name, deliberately mis-spelled so it would still be 'Brylcreem' in any language imo.

Although as with footballer - 'Fussballer', plural 'Fussballer' Ah. Yes. I take your point, 'Die Brylcreemer' it is. I stand corrected.

(sorry, I can't do those big double 's' thingies on my keyboard, or umlauts. will someone please tell me how? Thx ).
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Old 08-13-2012, 09:52 PM
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I just tested. Winzip worked fine for me. Make sure you guys all have User Account Control (UAC) disabled.
Ah, that must be it.
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Old 08-13-2012, 10:16 PM
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No, no, no....'Brylcreem' is a product name, deliberately mis-spelled so it would still be 'Brylcreem' in any language imo.

Although as with footballer - 'Fussballer', plural 'Fussballer' Ah. Yes. I take your point, 'Die Brylcreemer' it is. I stand corrected.

(sorry, I can't do those big double 's' thingies on my keyboard, or umlauts. will someone please tell me how? Thx ).
No, it's 'Die Brylcreem' ! The 'er extension is usually not used with names.

And for the 'Umlaute' just use ue instead ü, or ae instead ä, or oe instead ö.
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Old 08-13-2012, 11:31 PM
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No, no, no....'Brylcreem' is a product name, deliberately mis-spelled so it would still be 'Brylcreem' in any language imo.

Although as with footballer - 'Fussballer', plural 'Fussballer' Ah. Yes. I take your point, 'Die Brylcreemer' it is. I stand corrected.

(sorry, I can't do those big double 's' thingies on my keyboard, or umlauts. will someone please tell me how? Thx ).
ß is called Eszett ("S-Zed") and you can type it in windows by doing ALT+225 on your numpad.

As for the umlauts:

ä - ALT+0228
ë - ALT+0235
ï - ALT+0239
ö - ALT+0246
ü - ALT+0252
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Old 08-14-2012, 06:29 AM
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S!

Or buy a keyboard from any scandinavian country... åäöåäöåäö!!
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Der - masculine case, Die - feminine case, Das - neutral case, if I remember correctly through the dim, dark ages of my german lessons.
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Old 08-14-2012, 01:11 PM
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Default Glorious Day!

What a day! Much like the Christmas Truce of 1914 in France with the Germans and Brits and again May 1915 in Gallipoli between the ANZAC and Turks, we hardened warriors took a moment from our blood soaked struggle with the devs, mods and each other, to explore our shared love of masculine, feminine and neutral gender articles. The mere thought of the joy declensions will bring makes me moist!
Do you think having a positive Beta is make us giddy and light headed? Peace at last!
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