Mr.Picard, I loved your interview. It was very professional and detailed. I had to smile when you mentioned that you wrote your answers in advance. When I've sent gaming questions in advance to developers for interviews, I sometimes wished they also wrote their answers in advance. At times, there were on-the-spot answers I believed the fans didn't want to hear. Your fan fiction is getting noticed. That's great! Very few people have the courage to chase their passion. They restrict themselves by what other people think. It's good to see that you don't let that happen to you. It reminds me of Tom Petty's song"Runnin' Down A Dream" BTW, Fröhliche Weihnachten!
First of all, do you have the official v1.1 patch? If not, we have it here: http://gaming.trekcore.com/bridgecommander/downloads.html Next, I'll refer you to the BC pros here: https://ufplanets.com/showthread.php?40646-Bridge-Commander-Setup&s=7b430197943be9fd6f4909d066a9a02d These guys have been playing BC for a long time.
Due to the rain, I couldn't finish putting up my display today. Tomorrow (Halloween Day), there's no threat of rain. I can finally finish the animation, lighting and sound. I had to begin covering the static props with contractor trash bags.
Sehlat Vie, LED floating ghosts is a fantastic effect over a graveyard! I've seen the display models at Home Depot, but never realized how that would look so good over a few tombstones. Sim, I love it that your daughter favored a scary mask. She looks great -- just like my grand daughters do in scary costumes. If you like Halloween, you shouldn't scale down just because everyone else does. Set a precedent how Halloween should look. I just began putting out my display. Here's what's staged in the garage to set up tomorrow. Trick-or-treaters will experience the zombie apocalypse before getting their candy.