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Everything posted by Corrigan

  1. There's also a thumb lock thing that you have to depress to operate the lever, right? Is that something completely different?
  2. An even better bet might be to temporarily unmap the pitch axis and see if it still happens.
  3. What about stick calibration? Do ctrl+enter to see if you're commanding a dive.
  4. Altitude hold should trim the plane itself.
  5. Course hold does not know/care about waypoints though. It cares about the course upon activation.
  6. There is a course hold mode (ATT engaged when bank angle is less than 7 degrees IIRC) but there should be nothing like that with only SPAK. Could this mode be engaging via a bug?
  7. Alright, fair enough, sounds like a bug then!
  8. Then again Viggen is probably the earliest aircraft in DCS that has one.
  9. Sounds like a bad axis assignment to me.
  10. How can you tell it's being pushed off course? The slip ball, measuring on map?
  11. Am I really the only one that feels that the aircraft is a struggle to get off the ground smoothly?
  12. Completely valid opinion, and since you feel like that you should wait for the final release.
  13. That would definitely be better than nothing, yeah.
  14. And also there's a reason that we have the acronym DEAD.
  15. Also, and I may be wrong on this, I don't actually think it's technically M90. It's just very similar.
  16. Is it supposed to be this hard to pull up smoothly on take-off? Even with my extension on the warthog it's hard to pull up through the 13 degrees to the top of 3 degree poles smoothly. A few degrees nose up trim helps but I still end up with no give, and then suddenly going too far. Thoughts?
  17. Right, the lights indicate commanded afterburner zone, and the gauge on your right knee indicates what zone is actually given.
  18. I don't know if it's possible to run your own scripts on top of DCS? Like, you could convolve the seeker image (which is "perfect" in DCS) and then see if the contrast is large enough in this image to allow a lock using a "simple" program. Don't know what that'd do to performance though.
  19. Alright, fair enough, after reading the SFI once more I can kinda see how this might be that. I'm pretty sure this is a bug. The logic might be fundamentally sound, but having watched my aircraft for a few minutes, I really don't think the elevons should be deflecting maximally up and down at random in ground idle.
  20. I'll see if I can get it to work when I get home.
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