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War on the Sea Cheat Codes
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Submitted by: David K.

A Brief Guide to Using the Editor:
Written by oubaasusa

A brief guide to creating your own missions with the editor, including
longitudes and latitudes for a few nice locations.

-=Making Your Own Missions=-
Learn the editor. Includes a few useful location longitudes and latitudes
in correct format.

* On the main menu, click, "Custom Battle".
* When the editor opens, you’ll see a small panel on the left that allows
you to set the date, time, weather, sea state, etcetera. To the right on
that dialog you’ll see where you can enter lat/lon.
* Just click in the boxes with the numbers and enter your own numbers for

-=Here’s some nice places=-
* Natuna Besar -6.12 107.62
* Solomon Islands -9.20 160.00
* Fiji -16.93 179.21
* Fiji -17.18 179.11
* Surigao Strait 10.22 125.38
* Leyte Gulf 10.85 125.41
* Guam 13.29 144.66
* Subic Bay 14.62 120.07
* Okinawa 26.21 127.68

Once you’ve entered the numbers in the two boxes, you’ll see a small box next
to the word, “Terrain”. Put a tick mark in it to see the map grid where you
can place ships in relation to the land. Once you’ve ticked that box, you can
drag the map around with your mouse.

Now, since we’ve come this far, at the bottom of the screen, center, you’ll
see a magnifying glass icon. Click it. A dialog will open displaying all ships
in the game. You’ll see the filter box, it’s square. Click it to display the
flags of the various nations. This will filter to only that nation’s vessels.

Next, you’ll see a drop down that says, “All”. click it and select the type
of ship that you want to place, i.e. CV, CA, CL, DD, SS, and so forth.

Then you’ll see ship names. The one on the right is the class of ship, e.g.,
“Fletcher” chooses the Fletcher-class destroyers. You’ll see the same name to
the left. Click it and choose the specific ship from the selected class.

For example, choose CA, Pensacola, then click the name on the left and you’ll
see that you can have either the Pensacola or the Salt Lake City.
Some classes have long lists of specific ships, others only a few.

Also on this panel is a switch that you can click to switch from ships to
aircraft. Just click it, and aircraft selection works the same way.

Once you’ve selected a ship (or aircraft), place your mouse cursor over the
map grid and press, “Enter” on your keyboard. The ship that you placed will
snap to the center of the grid. Just click on the icon of that first ship and
drag it to the position on the map that you want it to appear in game.

You can now go back to the ship/aircraft panel and choose other ships that
you want in your battle group. Hover your mouse cursor over the first ship
and once again press, “Enter”.

When you placed the first ship, a dialog opened on the left, showing the
ship, heading, speed, etcetera. There’s also a color patch that you can
click to change from blue to red. Make sure the ships that you want to
operate have the blue patch. Set heading, speed, and bear in mind that one
grid square equals 5,000 yards. If you place enemy ships more than around
two squares away, you’ll be sailing for a while to reach them. I usually
place them no more than three squares away so the action begins fairly soon.

If you add a ship that you don’t want, just click the ship icon for that ship
on this dialog until it’s highlighted and then click the, “Remove” button.
Once you’re happy with your battle group, close this dialog.

Now go back to the ship selection dialog at the bottom of the screen, change
the flag to your enemy, and place their ships the same way. Click the color
patch in the dialog on the left until it’s red.

When you’re happy, close the dialog for this battle group. Now click, “Save”
and give the file a name and save it. This is your editor file. Then click,
“Back”. You’ll see a button labelled, “Tactical”. Click this to go to the
mission start screen. Adjust speed, turn on your sensors, issue initial gun
orders, and so forth in the screen bottom dialog. Once you’re happy click,
“Start” at top center of the screen.

Immediately hit the, “Escape” button and save the mission again. This is your
mission file. You will now be able to click, “Single Mission” then, “Load” and
load up your new custom mission without going into the editor.

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Updated: 2022.06.13

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