Supply and Admin worksheet - on the Truck Convoy tab the cargo capacity of Heavy Trucks are off in two columns. For Ammo and Water, Heavy Truck capacity and utilization are calculated using the Medium Truck capacity. Ammo should be 8, not 4, and Water 200 not 100.
I spot-checked the other truck type rows and supply type columns and they seem to be working fine.
Note: This is a low priority item. There is no impact on fuel cost calcs or anything other than the # of needed trucks for a given amount of supplies.
Post by Michael Miller on Oct 11, 2014 4:26:46 GMT
I went through the process of adding a tab to the land forces workbook, with the following results and observations:
You need to do a "Move or Copy...", rather than an "Insert..." Creating a Copy is required to transfer all the hidden machinery that Tony has built.
As Tim noted, "For the Axis Admin totals to work, added tabs need to be entered before the last tab (MeGar)." Such exclusion from the logistics summarization info might in fact be useful under some circumstances, e.g., to allow reference to units arriving soon.
One annoying side effect of copying to create a new tab is that the displayed counter image is copied as well, leaving a duplicate/wrong image, with no apparent ability to edit.
A minor bug noted in the process: My example used an artillery unit, type 'kk'. This has max TOE of 12 overall, but with two different equipment types assigned ('a6' and 'aa1'), the table shows each with max TOE of 12, rather than 12 for the entire unit. Maybe there's a way around this, but the same glitch is seen in at least two of the initially deployed units.
Post by Michael Miller on Oct 27, 2014 0:37:39 GMT
I have noticed, later than I would have liked, that the Axis Air Force spreadsheet has some inaccurate carrying capacities for the 1st Line Trucks, as follows:
Ammo – All truck types show capacity of 2, (should be 2L, 4M, 8H). Fuel – All values correct (50L, 120M, 250H) Stores – All values correct (6L, 15M, 30H) Water – Light correct, Medium shows 40, Heavy shows 100 (should be 40L, 100M, 200H)
Spreadsheet sent via email. Also note Tim's post of Oct. 10 regarding truck capacity issues in the Logistics sheets.