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GeoS72

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About GeoS72

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  • Birthday 02/18/1972

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  • Flight Simulators
    DCS World; Falcon BMS
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    Virginia Beach, VA
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    Flight sims
  1. Is there a way to add a list of preset radio frequency channels to a mission without hand-jamming 20 - 40 frequencies per aircraft group? Could this be achieved through a LUA file or mission template? I am aware that each aircraft has unique radio channel requirements. Could there be a master file that would be referenced? For example, I create a mission with an F-14, F-16, F/A-18, and Mirage 2000. Can I make one master list of radio presets for each aircraft type?
  2. Is there a ControlsIndicator.lua file available for the A-4 Mod? I was unsuccessful in finding it on my own and I didn't see it popup in this thread. If someone has a link then would you kindly direct me to it? My plan is to configure the Controls Indicator pop-up to my unique multi-monitor setup. Thank you in advance for the help!
  3. I've been using this configuration for my CH Products HOTAS for 1yr+. These controls are my adaptation of the actual F/A-18C stick & throttle inputs to the CH Products devices (which model the F-16). Please take specific note that I separated the TDC Designate function from the ProThrottle Mini stick. TDC Designate was moved to the stick. This affords me faster designation of targets using the Maverick missile or FLIR pod. Your mileage may vary.
  4. As a follow up to my original post, I add the following recommendations for folks with additional type/model/series aircraft to the F/A-18C Hornet: 1. The location and position of the Controls Indicator box will vary from aircraft module to aircraft module. For example, the location that works best in the F/A-18C will not work in the P-47 or the UH-1. 2. The file location may not be in the ControlsIndicator sub-folder as noted in the above Step 2. However, the file should be located in the aircraft cockpit scripts folder. 3. The folder location would be ..\DCS World\Mods\
  5. Thanks to Loophole for providing the info in Post #6. This thread helped me restore the Controls Indicator overlay back to my primary display. I recently added a trio of CubeSim MFD panels to my monitor setup. They are an excellent companion when mated to the Thrustmaster Cougar MFD bezels. The one problem I had was the loss of the Controls Indicator overlay. In order to bring the overlay back to the primary screen, I had to play with the values noted in Post #6. The procedures below were used to restore the overlay: 1. This fix must be done for each aircraft that you fly. If you onl
  6. Hello all! I'm very new in the ED forums and still trying to absorb alot of info. After some searching, I have one question to ask: Is it possible to assign a laser code in the mission editor or add it to a lua file? For example, I'd like to assign a different laser code other than the default, 1688. I'm ok with a player entering the code for an LMAV or LGB when rolling onto a target. However, I'd like to set the LANTIRN pod/FLIR/TGP or JTAC/FAC/AFAC code to something else, say 1700, as part of the mission brief. Basically, resetting the default code from 1688 to a different value. Wo
  7. New 2 ED Forum Hello DCS World! I am George and I've been lurking on the forum for a about 2 months. Been playing DCS since Nov/Dec 2019. I've been a flight simmer going waaaaay back on other platforms *cough* C-64, and DOS. My favorite module is the F/A-18C Hornet. I have others but I am most familiar with the "baby" Hornet. I mostly fly solo but would like to dip my toe into the multiplayer arena once key skills are more refined. Anyway, thanks for reading my post in this introduction thread. If you have any relevant questions then ask.
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