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Question about Garnier's oobedit 1 week, 6 days ago #1

Wow, haven't been on this forum since I stopped by years ago to get some help and drop off a smoke mod. Nice to see some of the same old faces here from that long ago!

I'm getting back into the game, and love Garnier's oobedit. However, I'm trying to make an oob where the two sides are not mirror images of one another. For example, I want 3 corps with 2 divs each for a Union army and 2 corps with 3 divs each for a confederate. Is it possible to do this? I assumed that when you selected the "USA only" or "CSA only" from the drop down box on the right it would generate an oob with those perimeters for only that side, but it doesn't seem to work. No matter what I select, it will overwrite both sides and make them mirror images.

Anyone have an idea?

Re: Question about Garnier's oobedit 1 week, 5 days ago #2

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TheBaymonster wrote:
However, I'm trying to make an oob where the two sides are not mirror images of one another. For example, I want 3 corps with 2 divs each for a Union army and 2 corps with 3 divs each for a confederate.

Not Sure!

But, why not use his editor to create the mirror-image OOB and then just "Hand-Edit" the rest of the OOB.

Basically, it should only require editing one side.

davinci
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Re: Question about Garnier's oobedit 1 week, 5 days ago #3

That's the way I've been going about it. Guess it will have to stay that way for the time being
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Re: Question about Garnier's oobedit 1 week, 5 days ago #4

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TheBaymonster wrote:
That's the way I've been going about it. Guess it will have to stay that way for the time being

True, but it is knowledge that is well spent, the ability to edit an "OOB" comes in quite handy!

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