BagBoy Graphic Convertor
-- John Olson & Larry Hookins
This handly program allows you to open up the BM2 format files, which
in both Waterloo and Austerlitz, contain the artwork for Waterloo.
The BagBoy program ships with Austerlitz, but until it is released,
you can download it right here.
Key Reference Sheet
and Easy Reference to Waterloo Hotkeys
-- J Canuck
Need to find a
way to keep up with the game? Want to learn how to play with rapid
fire speed? Cut time by using hotkeys! But, it takes too much time
to get them in game. J Canuck has submitted his own quick reference
guide that can be printed out and used during the game.
Online Sound Reference Guide
(Link to outside webpage)
-- Quick and Easy Reference to Waterloo
Sounds and their meanings
-- Lars Lindkvist
This is an online
webpages, with the Waterloo Sounds uploaded, for an easy and quick
reference guide, online.
-- Allows the French language to be switched with the American
-- Lars Lindkvist
Extract the files
in this Zip File to the "Sounds" foler located in the Waterloo:
Napoleon's Last Battle folder (default: C:\Program Files\Strategy
First\Waterloo - Napoleon's Last Battle)
The two files
"ChangeF-A.bat" and "RechangeA-F.bat" changes
the languish sounds from French to American and rechange it back from
American to French respectively. Excluded from the change procedure
are the sound files "Shoutf.wav" and "Winf.wav since
they are unique French sounds and should not be translated.
Double click on
the "ChangeF-A.bat" file to change the French sounds to
American and if you want to change it back simply double click on
the "RechangeA-F.bat" file
Don't double click on the "ChangeF-A.bat" file twice in
a row. That would over write your original French sounds (temporary
renamed with a "+" in the end of the file name).
Any custom made
sound files will be renamed,as described above, and if you want them
with American voices you have to ask the author to make them in American.