Hi all, I just bought a new computer but I think my starcraft 2 disk is scratched and damaged.Is it possible to just copy and paste the game document folders from my old computer to my new one without any issues? My new computer runs Windows 7 and my old one runs Windows XP.Starcraft II gamers, we have good news for you today.Patch 1.4.2 has finally been released and you’ll be pleased to know that many annoying bugs are now fixed.Here’s a list of all the fixes contained in this update: the previously “Audio Fade...The Legacy (of the Void) Edition of the Starcraft and Brood War campaigns remake.
Also check out: our project thread at Team Liquid a commentated playthrough by Jayborino (hard difficulty) a playthrough by professional Starcraft 2 player Crank (Hot S version, hard difficulty) SCMR version 6.2.1 - a small bug-fix update to SCMRmod - is out.With that, SCMR is done for the foreseeable future.To anyone wondering why our team hasn't done X or has left in a bug - ultimately it comes down to a simple truth: time is limited.We're a small team with varying levels of involvement and none of us are actively involved in this project all the time.Right now we're at a point where we need to step away from it and regroup.It's likely we'll come back later at some point and maybe do some more playtesting, watch some playthroughs, gather all the feedback and go over all the remaining issues and things we feel should be improved more thoroughly. A big thank you to everyone who contributed to the project in some way (it's a long list which I'm not going to write here, just read the credits) and thanks to all the players for the massive amounts of feedback and continued interest in this project. - Jones, on behalf of the SCMR crew SCMR version 6.2 now available! Updated files: SCMRmod, SCMR Map Pack 1/2 & 2/2, SCMRlocal, Retro addon. Your campaign data and options will not be affected.You will need the updated SCMRlocal for version 6.2, currently only available in English. Mission saves created with previous versions will not work.NOTE that if you have the cinematics addon already installed and you wish to use it, DO NOT replace "SCMRcinematics" with the file included in Map Pack 1/2.This is a placeholder file required only if cinematics addon is not used.As of version 6.2, the "SCMR Cinematic Player" file in your Starcraft Mass Recall root directory is no longer in use and can be deleted.If you've played previous versions of Mass Recall, for a clean install it is recommended you delete any previous Mass Recall-related folders or zip archives from your Starcraft 2 root install directory, and delete or rename the SCMR.