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Abedigwig wrote:Does it matter what OS you are using. I use a mac OSX and I have followed the instructions step by step with no results. Any thoughts?
evilweasel8 wrote:were do i go for help with BOb, i have tried posting in general and told wrong forum, i have tried bob bug reports with no response for 3 days now, i have tried private message to Yeti who takes care of bob with no response could someone please help me out here?
evilweasel8 wrote:evilweasel8 wrote:were do i go for help with BOb, i have tried posting in general and told wrong forum, i have tried bob bug reports with no response for 3 days now, i have tried private message to Yeti who takes care of bob with no response could someone please help me out here?
what the problem is that when i enable bob and go into a game the troop numbers are doubled on the screen, like a mirror image, only the troops though, so if a territory has 2 it shows 2 2 with a space so it does not look like 22(twenty two) any thiughts what i need to do to make work right, i tried un-installing 3 times and redoing the process but same results each time please help i need my BOB
evilweasel8 wrote:I tried the map alignment options as you mentioned, sure that works but the settings always reset every time a guy switches games, there must be a way to prevent from having to do that every time i enter a game, never had this problem with my old pc that was 5 years old, just now after re-building my add-ons like bob and clickies and glmaprank any ideas what the root cause of the problem? any other tricks up your sleeve on how to remedy this problem?
evilweasel8 wrote:thanks for insight, as i have been searching the forum to related problem and i came across a post saying that a guy has to adjust map setting with bob running, referring to the left and top pixels(map settings) I tried that today and yesterday and everytime you left the map, the setting went back to the double vision....however i uninstalled all 3 add ons and even greasemonkey, i re-installed 1 at a time with the same results but what makes this time different to the rest is the fact that i can adjust the pixel settings(left/top) on a particular map and this time the defult is rememberd sort of speak, so bottom line is i may have to adjust map settings any time i play a map that i have not adjusted before but at the least it saves this time, for example i defiantly know my settings need to be left5 top11 so if you never adjusted that map before that should be the only time it has to be done until eventually you have adjusted all the maps you play, i hope this method holds out and thanks for the response.
Commander62890 wrote:I installed greasemonkey and enabled it. Then, I installed BOB, which appeared to be fine, but when I click "manage user scripts" in order to enable it, there was nothing there. How can I enable BOB if I can't find it?
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