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Ardour and morale
« le: 05 février 2012, 12:58:08 pm »
Are there threads that cover the relationship between morale and ardour ratings that anyone could point me toward, please?  Or else post your comments here.

I've been somewhat out of step with LG's developments so 'ardour' has popped up without me paying attention.  It wasn't around in the early version,,.... or is my memory worse that I thought...?
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Re : Ardour and morale
« Réponse #1 le: 05 février 2012, 13:46:33 pm »
ardour = fatigue.

Low numbers means the unit is OK, high numbers, up to 100, means the unit is getting more and more exhausted.
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Re : Ardour and morale
« Réponse #2 le: 05 février 2012, 14:07:11 pm »
Ardor= 100 to 0
Fatigue = 0 (no fatigue)  to 100
Really same coefficient ... just different display...
Clear...

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Re : Ardour and morale
« Réponse #3 le: 10 février 2012, 15:01:02 pm »
Clear, monsieur.  Merci encore. :)
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Re : Re : Ardour and morale
« Réponse #4 le: 10 février 2012, 22:40:54 pm »
Ardor= 100 to 0
Fatigue = 0 (no fatigue)  to 100
Really same coefficient ... just different display...
Clear...

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Bonjour ou bonsoir JMM,

ardour US, ardor [ˈɑːdə]
n
1. feelings of great intensity and warmth; fervour
2. eagerness; zeal [elan - my edit]
[from Old French ardour, from Latin ārdor, from ārdēre to burn]

OK .... clear with me too (finally) .... as fatigue increases (goes up), then elan decreases (goes down) ....  I guess by an equivalent degree of some sort .... :o

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