I've stayed a couple of releases back to avoid the new stuff. There are a couple of minor bugs but nothing major, and I just wanted a winplan that would play on 64 bit. Without that I would probably not be playing anymore, but yeah - I agree. just mirror original Winplan.Hawkeye wrote:I guess I'm in the "if it aint broke, don't fix it" campBitMask wrote:Winplan 32 only have a few extra features in. For most it is the same. You can even run them in the same planets directory side by side if you want.
Be sure to use the right version of Winplan32.BitMask wrote:Winplan 32 only have a few extra features in. For most it is the same. You can even run them in the same planets directory side by side if you want.Hawkeye wrote:Winplan yes, Winplan32 no.
Yes. If you used the original Winplan 32bit setup.exe from the dropbox it overrides your key. It has been renamed to indicate this.streu wrote:Be sure to use the right version of Winplan32.
As players on my host have found out the hard way, there is a version that comes with a preloaded reg key, downloadable from Dropbox. This will cause Tim Continuum / PHP Abyss alerts.
The version from your site seems fine.
It is difficult to change one the game has been setup and mastered.Boronos wrote:Is Tlist 1.1 set in stone?
It drastically diminishes the Firecloud as a med capital ship and it's not like the Borg has an abundance of them in the original list anyway.
The website is still there. Just checked and it is online. Perhaps just refresh. http://vgap.innernet.co.za/winplan/Carlos Weyland wrote:All,
I am trying to use WINPLAN32 on a Win 7. I am getting a registration error. I know that the website for Bitmask has the answer, but the website listed on the home page of CM does not work. Has the Webpage moved???
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