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POLL: Best Uses of a Computer in Wargaming?


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quidveritas Inactive Member writes:

Creation of game aids.

In particular I print out stickers to put on the bottom of my ACW bases to denote the Regiment/Brigade/Division the base belongs to.

mjc


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VOTING RESULTS
AnswerVotes%Chart
computer-moderated rules
27
3%
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campaign management
44
4%
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preparation of scenario aids (map, OOB)
93
9%
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research
146
15%
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collection tracking
12
1%
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PDF storage
88
9%
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AI for solo gaming
18
2%
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preparing rules for publication
34
3%
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long-distance gaming
10
1%
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accessing latest rules errata
33
3%
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virtual miniature wargaming (Star Wars)
4
0%
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reading TMP
132
13%
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creating and printing decal sheets
11
1%
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creating and printing signs and posters
10
1%
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sculpting using 3D tools
7
1%
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communication
69
7%
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downloading free flags
32
3%
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creation of roster sheets
49
5%
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finding reference photos
41
4%
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battle clock/timer
1
0%
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blogging
26
3%
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photo editing
13
1%
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scenario generator
10
1%
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finding painting guides
56
6%
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other
20
2%
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POLL IS CLOSED
POLL DESCRIPTION

Lentulus Inactive Member wonders...

Based on your experience and wild ideas, in what ways can a computer *best* be used to support miniatures gaming. Available choices to be proposed in this discussion. The number that can be voted for should be a small percentage of the total suggested; the poll looks for what the voter thinks is best, not just what does or might exist.

I do not think proposals should be confined to applications that can be bought off the shelf today, but perhaps uses that do not require specialized hardware and serious advances in robotics, like robot arms to move figures?

(Options come from this pre-poll discussion.)