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    DCS ,FSX SE , P3D 5 , XP11, Cliffs over Dover
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  1. Since it has left early access I suppose those things shoud be ready or we will not expect to ever have it. Another question I have is hoe does it compare to the A2A P47 in FSX (SE) ?
  2. In addition to that it should also be mentioned that many modules are not working with Steam. I first used Steam and left it for stand alone which was a very good choice.
  3. No need to try it free when it cost so little. I got if for $5
  4. I was thinking about Hunters over the Yalu. But a question comes to my mind DCS has no Korea map. I had forgotten about the Museum relic which as I understand it is not a military campaign.
  5. I would like to know a thing about the payware campaign for the Sabre. Does it work like the payware campaigns for the WW2 campaigns ? And by that I mean can you proceed to the next mission even if you have not succeeded in the objectives for the current mission ? Or is it like the free BF109 campaign where you for example must hit a certain number of targets with bombs in order to proceed to the next step in the campaign. Which for me resulted in being stuck in that campaign. I don't want this to happen in the F86 campaign
  6. In this lesson I am supposed to take of and then press radio button 3 after which I am told to contact ground controller and ask for Bogey Dope. I see no such alternative in the radio menu. Just the usual entries and an awacs which can't be selected.
  7. He is no longer in business since he get bankrupted. I get the info from the bankruptcy trustee. I also find it strange that near values was greater than the far ones. At any rate as I see it my IPD is either 68 (most likely) or 64 both of which will work for me.
  8. Another option maybe. A while ago I got terminal glasses through my job and then I went through an eye examination. I have been able to receive a excel doc over these results. In this doc are information like RightPdNear = 34 RightPdFar = 32 LeftPdNear = 34 LeftPdFar = 32 Am I right to guess that this means that my IPD is 34+34=68 or 32+32=64 ? If so I am fine for the G2 and need no App
  9. Actually I have another option. Buy the VR headset. If it turn out that I can't use it return it for no additional cost within 30-60 days. Only question I might ask here is if it turn out that my IPD is to large for the headset how will I notice it ?
  10. But from what I have read here it seem that the mirror method likely gives IPD higher than what it actually is. And if so I am propably fine with the G2
  11. You meant EyeQue PDCheck ? That cost $13 also there was a notice that this App might not be compatible with my unit
  12. So if my mirror method is giving to large value I am fine if the opposite is the case very bad. To me it seem that measuring in front of a mirror (I used a caliper) would likely be more accurate than an App. When I searched for those Apps on Android tablet I only found payware and the free one was not good. Which one did you find ?
  13. Do you mean that the recommended method of nearuring in front of a mirror (which I did) gives incorrect result ? I don't have an Iphone
  14. I have discovered another potential problem with the G2. It is stated that that it has adjustable IPD of 60-68 mm. I think I read a review of another VR unit with the same think and was told that if you are at or above the max valkue it could be a problem. There was instruction how to measure your IPD. And in my case arrived at about 72 mm I think. Could this be a dealbreaker for me ?
  15. Which are those settings ? Do you mean that some settings would affect the quality of the display on a 2D monitor but not in VR ?
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