Perry Sez Q&A on Game Squad in a PDF file

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Does the "combined Roman." file get updated with each version?
Would be helpful for find the files on the computer if that file's name matched the pattern of the version update:
ASL GS ver xx (full, highlite, changes)
ASL GS ver xx & Roman.
 

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Does the "combined Roman." file get updated with each version?
No. Those files are just as Scott made them in March 2005.

Would be helpful for find the files on the computer if that file's name matched the pattern of the version update:
ASL GS ver xx (full, highlite, changes)
ASL GS vr xx & Roman.
I deliberately kept the version # out of the file name, so that the download links remain the same, in case anyone has bookmarked them.
But it should be easy enough for anyone that downloads them to rename them on their local computer.
 

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So its accurately titled the "Combined Perry Sez as of 2005 plus the two Scott R files from 2005?
I am not sure what file you are referring to. If you mean the file named "ASL_QA_Total.pdf" - it is explained on page 1 of said file:

This is a combined ASL Q&A file consisting of three parts.
  1. Perry Sez from GameSquad ASL Forums (version 26, 2020-03-27), (pages 2 – 126).
  2. Scott Romanowski’s Q&A, Clarifications & Errata file (version 22, March 2005), (pages 127 – 254).
  3. Scott Romanowski’s Q&A, Clarifications & Errata file (version 22, March 2005), First Edition Rulebook, (pages 255 – 273, and with text in red).
So download any of the files and rename them as you see fit would be my advice.
 
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I am not sure what file you are referring to. If you mean the file named "ASL_QA_Total.pdf" - it is explained on page 1 of said file:

This is a combined ASL Q&A file consisting of three parts.
  1. Perry Sez from GameSquad ASL Forums (version 26, 2020-03-27), (pages 2 – 126).
  2. Scott Romanowski’s Q&A, Clarifications & Errata file (version 22, March 2005), (pages 127 – 254).
  3. Scott Romanowski’s Q&A, Clarifications & Errata file (version 22, March 2005), First Edition Rulebook, (pages 255 – 273, and with text in red).
So download any of the files and rename them as you see fit would be my advice.
That does answer my question... I was referring to the title on the link "Combined ASL Q&A file consisting of the Perry Sez from GameSquad file and the two Scott Romanowski files" -- which turns out to have the filename once downloaded - "ASL QA Total"
 

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The answer to the A9.8 &A12.11 question, saying it's ok to take a 5/8" Dummy when your side has no vehicles and drive it across the board (while staying out of enemy LOS) in order to be Sniper Bait just convinces me that sometimes Perry DGAF :)
 
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