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Save Game Q's

Post by eZAK » 08 Apr 2011, 18:23

What to do after filling up all the 'Save Game' slots ??

My solution is to go intop the WZ game folder > create 'new folder' (ie Alpha, beta, etc.) > cut & paste contents > copy & paste back when playing certain game.

Is there a better way ?

Can you have have multiple folders with-in 'Save game' and be able to choose those folders and the games with in them ??
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Re: Save Game Q's

Post by NoQ » 08 Apr 2011, 18:53

Is there a better way ?
I don't think so ...
Anyway, you can rewrite old saves; i hardly believe you actually need so many slots simultaneously.

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Re: Save Game Q's

Post by Wisler » 08 Apr 2011, 20:44

I use one slot, that is more than enough.
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Re: Save Game Q's

Post by NoQ » 08 Apr 2011, 20:47

Multiple slots are good for campaign, where you can actually need a fallback. P.S. i'm surprised you use them at all ... :roll:

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Re: Save Game Q's

Post by zoid » 09 Apr 2011, 01:53

I've filled up my slots because I save at least once every mission in campaign.
eZAK wrote:My solution is to go intop the WZ game folder > create 'new folder' (ie Alpha, beta, etc.) > cut & paste contents > copy & paste back when playing certain game.
Yup, that's how you do it. :3

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