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    Mercator, is your site down? I'm in need of a particular map and wanted to search for it at your map haven, but I can't get into your site.

    Another thing: I can't get MapEdit to work on my computer. I can open the program and fiddle with maps, but every time I try to save changes I get a box saying 'Run time error '53': File not found.' Any suggestions would be greatly appreciated.

  • #2
    Fritz, the site's moved to http://www.civgaming.net/mercator
    'Arguing with anonymous strangers on the internet is a sucker's game because they almost always turn out to be - or to be indistinguishable from - self-righteous sixteen year olds possessing infinite amounts of free time.'
    - Neal Stephenson, Cryptonomicon

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    • #3
      Thanks Case

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      • #4
        What Case said (see my signature).

        And about MapEdit... Do you have Windows95 (not 98 or any other version, just 95)?
        If you do, try installing DCOM:
        http://www.microsoft.com/com/dcom/dcom95/dcom1_3.asp

        Otherwise I have to think a bit more...
        Civilization II: maps, guides, links, scenarios, patches and utilities (+ Civ2Tech and CivEngineer)

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        • #5
          Calling Mercator

          "I realise I hold the key to freedom,
          I cannot let my life be ruled by threads" The Web Frogs
          Middle East!

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          • #6
            Civilization II: maps, guides, links, scenarios, patches and utilities (+ Civ2Tech and CivEngineer)

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            • #7
              I have Windows 98.

              Hej Heresson, co jest takie smieczne?

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              • #8
                I'll look into it... More people have had this problem, but I'm not sure if I had a solution, or if DCOM was that solution...
                Civilization II: maps, guides, links, scenarios, patches and utilities (+ Civ2Tech and CivEngineer)

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                • #9
                  Co jest takie smieszne?
                  ja tez wzywam mapotworce.
                  A raczej przywoluje do poslusze?stwa!
                  "I realise I hold the key to freedom,
                  I cannot let my life be ruled by threads" The Web Frogs
                  Middle East!

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                  • #10
                    A ty zimowy Frycu, jests Polakiem, tak?
                    Skad dokladnie?
                    Znam jakis twoj scenariusz?
                    "I realise I hold the key to freedom,
                    I cannot let my life be ruled by threads" The Web Frogs
                    Middle East!

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                    • #11
                      Jestem Australijczeykiem, ale moi rodzice sa Polakami. Mam wiele scenariuszy, ale jescze nie skoncilem zadnego

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                      • #12
                        Ya ponimayu Russki yazik

                        Ne spamaete!

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                        • #13
                          Hej!
                          No Fighting here, this is the war room!

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                          • #14
                            No popatrz, Polakoaustralijczyk.
                            Nie nazywasz sie moze Klim?
                            JJ, to nie jest ruski!
                            I nie spamoje!
                            "I realise I hold the key to freedom,
                            I cannot let my life be ruled by threads" The Web Frogs
                            Middle East!

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                            • #15
                              poslusze?stwa!
                              Polakoaustralijczyk
                              Australijczeykiem
                              You Poles really lucked out when the Romans stopped at the Danube


                              *waits for barrage of Polish abuse*
                              'Arguing with anonymous strangers on the internet is a sucker's game because they almost always turn out to be - or to be indistinguishable from - self-righteous sixteen year olds possessing infinite amounts of free time.'
                              - Neal Stephenson, Cryptonomicon

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