OK, finally finished on the maps:
Installed the 1.06 patch on the XP installatio and it worked fine!
Hawk, these maps that I've downloaded from your site recently seem to be 1.06:
-Impossible - Unmöglich (German Version only)
-Mung Hjung, as you said yourself
-OHIND (Ohio & Indiana Base Map)
-Skandinavien (German Version of Scandinavia)
-South West USA (Base Map)
Additionally, I also downloaded a map from The Terminal forum recently, a Gwizz' Base Map "6 Countries in South America" which also seems to require the 1.06 version (checked back in the editor, it has the customs house/tollhouse activated, and probably more - but you might as well ask Gwizz himself, but I think it was intended... Just wondered because there was nothing mentioned from the 1.06 version!)
However, following maps STILL DON'T WORK, and since I tested them with the 1.06 patch, these are the ones that were damaged (?) I don't know how or when, and are not displayed in any of the map browser windows.
-American Empire (English + German versions)
-Big New York City (V2)
-Orient Express Warna
-Spanien und Portugal (Spain and Portugal)
-Straße von Gibraltar (Gibraltar Straits German version)
-Vilopnik & Erkatan
-Vom Grand River zur Grey Coast (German version of Grand River & Grey Coast)
-Weidenthaler Kreisbahn V1/V2
-Zwischen Weser und Elbe
I've seen some of them either at the Terminal (where the Downloads are currently not working) and/or in one of your still-to-post lists - but no need to hurry, Hawk, I've got lots of other maps to play first (and in a few weeks nno time to do so, because University starts again!).
I'm fine if they are posted just SOMEday!
Now, and this is what I still don't understand, there are 4 more maps that won't work, BUT, and that's the difference to all the above maps, I found a copy of them on the desktop PC and have taken them from there (just like many others which replaced the obviously damaged ones on my notebook):
-Deutsch Süd-West Afrika
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