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ScottRomanowski updated ASL errata and Q&A with a new update entry:

Version 27

Added Overlay Bundle errata, note on A7.9 telling where to find the rule that says a unit and all its SW are marked with a fire counter when it cowers, missing AP4 errata and link to old product page, and a missing A24.31 & C3.33 Q&A from An97. Removed a Q&A contradicted by a later Q&A in Klas's compilation. Updated URLs of sources to archive.org to maintain access to the old multimanpublishing.com website, and mmpgamers.com website in case that name ever changes.
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Yes, search both.

My compilation has older Q&A, and official (i.e., published by AH or MMP) errata. Klas's has PerrySez. I started mine before the Web and portable devices were common, so mine has extra references to help when using a printed copy, e.g. the entry "A8.15 & A4.63 See prior entry." is with the other A8.15 entries.

I think I was the first to cite abbreviations of the sources in square brackets. To save paper in earlier versions I had a list of miscellaneous official and unofficial sources at the end, and references to [Misc###] and [Letter###] in the entries, but as more and more of them were incorporated with errata to the rules, and size became less of a concern, a couple years ago I replaced those with the full source description.

I regret not keeping the earliest versions. The earliest I have is version 16 from April 1998. But back then I was more worried about disk space than nostalgia. :-D
 
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