@butterw Sweet ! I forgot all about that 🙂
Yea, we'll be a half dozen or so over by the time it's all said and done. Thanks for the heads up
Discuss the technicalities of "XML Options Browser"
@cernel yeah none of this makes any sense to me sorry ¯\_(ツ)_/¯
@cernel Meaning that saying that these units are cargo is about the same as saying that these units are embarked (except that only the second sentence is correct if the unit is an infantry or such).
@ubernaut A participle is a verbal, or a word based off of a verb that expresses a state of being, like a word like "cargo" does.
@cernel embarked is a verb cargo is a noun