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VASL - Support for Virtual ASL

Postby bsmith » December 30th, 2007, 6:18 am

Support for VASL is located at the GameSquad forums HERE
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Postby uckelman » June 9th, 2009, 11:44 am

Hey Ben, the link you posted is dead.
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Postby bsmith » October 12th, 2009, 4:31 am

By the way, I fixed the link.

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Re: VASL - Support for Virtual ASL

Postby exhero » January 13th, 2012, 1:57 am

When I try to open VASL my system wants to open the module with the VCL media player. It obviously doesn't open that way. I have Windows XP Home Edition with VASSL 3.1.18. Why is it doing that, and how do I get around that.
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Re: VASL - Support for Virtual ASL

Postby mycenae » January 13th, 2012, 6:02 am

When you double-click the mod file, your system thinks a .mod file is a playlist and tries to launch a media player.

You need to change your file associations so that .mod files are associated with VASL instead of a media player. (Your Windows help file should tell you how to change file associations.)
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Re: [messages] [Module Support] Re: VASL - Support for Virtu

Postby uckelman » January 13th, 2012, 2:52 pm

Thus spake mycenae:
> When you double-click the mod file, your system thinks a .mod file is a
> playlist and tries to launch a media player.
>
> You need to change your file associations so that .mod files are
> associated with VASL instead of a media player. (Your Windows help file
> should tell you how to change file associations.)

Alternatively, VASSAL registers the .vmod extension, so you could change
the extension of the VASL module from .mod to .vmod (which is something
we should encourage the VASL developers to do for the next release
anyway.)

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Re: VASL - Support for Virtual ASL

Postby warhawk1955 » January 28th, 2013, 8:33 pm

I have the latest version of VASSAL and have downloaded the lastest version of VASL. When I try to load the VASl Mod I get the following error message The verison of VASL you are trying to load is incompatible with VASSAL 3.2.2. Please check www.advancedsquadleader.net for a newer version of VASL, or load this version of VASL with VASSAL 3.1.20..
My question is there a newer version of VASL other then VASLV592? Or second how can i revert to VASSAL 3.1.20?

Thanks in advance,
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Re: VASL - Support for Virtual ASL

Postby uckelman » January 28th, 2013, 9:03 pm

Thus spake warhawk1955:
> I have the latest version of VASSAL and have downloaded the lastest
> version of VASL. When I try to load the VASl Mod I get the following
> error message The verison of VASL you are trying to load is incompatible
> with VASSAL 3.2.2. Please check www.advancedsquadleader.net[1] for a
> newer version of VASL, or load this version of VASL with VASSAL 3.1.20..
>
> My question is there a newer version of VASL other then VASLV592?

VASL 5.9.2 is the current version as I type this.

> Or second how can i revert to VASSAL 3.1.20?

Download and install it.

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Re: VASL - Support for Virtual ASL

Postby warhawk1955 » January 28th, 2013, 9:47 pm

Thanks for the support.
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Re: VASL - Support for Virtual ASL

Postby dott.Piergiorgio » February 23rd, 2013, 4:57 am

question (of course I use 3.1.20):

What is the correct extension layout for VASL ? When I load a SSF, I always get not few "extension not found" and bizarre warnings about having updated version of extensions; even being accustomed to babysit codebases crying for this or that obscure library, I simply can't get right the mess.. (I can provide the outputs, dir trees and screenshots, of course)

VSQL runs fine, of course, aside the occasional need of swapping between CoDGIA and CoDGia+ ....

Best regards from Italy,
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Re: VASL - Support for Virtual ASL

Postby wliednm » August 27th, 2013, 5:05 pm

When you double-click the mod file, your system thinks a .mod file is a playlist and tries to launch a media player.

You need to change your file associations so that .mod files are associated with VASL instead of a media player. (Your Windows help file should tell you how to change file associations.)mycenae

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I'm having much the same problem.I changed the association to VASSAL (pc was trying to open it in Adobe) and now it doesn't try to open in wrong program, but nothing at all happens. No error messages and no open! I have the latest VASSAL and I tried both VASL 5.10.0 beta and 5.9.3. I can't figure out what is wrong. VASL also doesn't appear in the VASSAL module library.
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Re: VASL - Support for Virtual ASL

Postby uckelman » August 28th, 2013, 7:43 am

Thus spake wliednm:
> When you double-click the mod file, your system thinks a .mod file is a
> playlist and tries to launch a media player.
>
> You need to change your file associations so that .mod files are
> associated with VASL instead of a media player. (Your Windows help file
> should tell you how to change file associations.)
>

.mod is the old extension. VASSAL's Windows installer sets up an
association for .vmod. Rename the module so that it has a .vmod
extension.

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Re: VASL - Support for Virtual ASL

Postby wliednm » August 28th, 2013, 9:32 am

I don't know how to do that. Is that part of downloading process?
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Re: VASL - Support for Virtual ASL

Postby uckelman » August 28th, 2013, 10:48 am

Thus spake wliednm:
> I don't know how to do that. Is that part of downloading process?

No, all I'm saying is that you should rename the file you downloaded
if its extension is .mod instead of .vmod.
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Re: VASL - Support for Virtual ASL

Postby wliednm » August 28th, 2013, 1:04 pm

What I have doesn't even have. mod, muchless .vmod and I've tried to rename it a couple of ways with no success. Sorry I'm so PC inept, but I am lost. VASL worked until I downloaded other mods, but now it will not.
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