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Gazehound

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  1. Hello everyone I am returning to ED flight sims after a long time off, and I have some noobish questions :pilotfly: I have DCS and FC2 and a10c (and also some legacy things, FC2 Lomac BS1). I have DCS now on steam. The 3rd party DLCs which are 'incompatible with steam' - is there a a way to get these? I would really like to get some of the cold war are jets like the Viggen and Tiger! Are they going to be released for Steam with DCS 2.0 and up? Soeery if these questions are basic - I looked around the forum a bit - Nice to see some old hands still here S! Gaze
  2. I had this bug with a force feedback (logitech wingman) stick.
  3. Seems to be related to su27 cockpit only - have 3go mod will try fixing that.
  4. has anyone ever encountered this problem? I installed a flatscreen monitor (had a CRT) and now when I play LO I see a black square in the HUD instead of being able to see sky through it. Also the mirrors are obscured by a similar phenomenon. Thirdly, in f2 view the paint on planes is not visdible, just matt gray skin. Help?!:cry:
  5. Release missile from slightly above his altitude if you can. F Pole -and- dive, keeping yourself just under his altitude as he dives. Dive really hard if you have to, but maintain lock. turn inward and barrel a bit near impact time, dropping chaff.
  6. Awesome I really did not think that that would happen, our community really needs it until the next generation of ED fighter sim. S!
  7. Welcome! If LA is flashing you need to manouver your plane to point its nose nearer the target. When the target is within the maximum angle you can fire the laser guided missile you get steady LA.
  8. But if it hit you in the face you weold be poorly! :pirate:
  9. Is that the one where you have to take out the crashed mig? I think I came in high for that one, very steep release like I think you are saying you did. Mostly to stay away from S2A threats but also the problem of accuracy you were having may be to do with the 'torchlight/flashlight effect'. If you strafe or line your CCIP pipper up when in a shallow dive any little error is magnified by your viewpoint's shallow anlge w/ respect to the ground - you are covering a larger area of floor with small deviations from the target. Imagine a torch (flashlight) shining down at a 45deg angle onto a tab
  10. What JS are you using? I had a Logitech Forcefeedback which stopped me trimming with keyboard or the stick buttons. I could get around it only by crashing and respawning.
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