I cant get the game started. I patched it to 1.3 and downloaded the Village Banter addon.My System is Win7. When i doubleclick runblack.exe nothing happens. Tried in WinXP (SP2) compatibility and administrator Mode.
Hello,thank you very much for this great mod. I have a original german and english disc version and i have a cracked version by the internet. I installed patch 1.1 and 1.2 and latest fan patch 1.4.My problem is, if i want to play the Redux Mod 1.71 which needs fan patch 1.3., 80% of my saves are broken (i get stuck after loading the save of any skirmish map in the loading screen forever)...I searched for hours for the older fan patch 1.3, but i cant find it...please help me, i need the older patch.My regards.
On white skin, psoriasis usually appears as pink or red patches with silvery-white scales. On black skin, psoriasis appears more as purple patches with gray scales. The patches can also appear as a dark brown color.
My phone is showing thin black horizontal lines on the screen, so it looks a bit like the screen of 1980s television. It covers the entire phone, and it happened a few days after the screen protector on the top right corner of the phone cracked. Otherwise, the phone still looks fine. It wasn't that bad at first, the screen just looked like the display was only showing every other line, but when i accidentally put pressure on the top right corner of the phone (where the screen protector cracked), it got worse and started looking like how I explained it above.
Endoscopic images of white spot: (a) multiple white spots at the fornix of the stomach; (b) nonatrophic mucosa with a round pit surrounded by white spot on magnifying narrow-band imaging; (c) gastric-cracked mucosa (a proton-pump-inhibitor-related lesion) in a patient with white spot.
In the present study, the PPI-related gastric lesions in WS-positive patients comprised black spot in 70%, FGP in 15%, white flat elevated mucosa in 46%, and GCSM in 27%. A previous study reported that the prevalences of GCM and black spots are 10% (3.7% in the non-PPI group, and 24.4% in the PPI group) and 6.2%, respectively [13,15]. Another study reported that an H. pylori post-eradication status is a significant risk factor for the appearance of black spots . Furthermore, the reported prevalence of white flat elevated mucosa is 4.9% (3.3% in the non-PPI group, and 14.3% in the PPI group) . The prevalences of these PPI-related gastric lesions are similar to the prevalence of WS (12%) shown in the present study. Furthermore, in the present study, the prevalence of WS was significantly higher in the A-SA group (27.6%) than in the control group (1.3%). Thus, WS may be a novel endoscopic finding of A-SA-related gastric lesions. 153554b96e