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  1. It should be way less sensitive and it's been reported already
  2. Yes, this is fixed already internally.
  3. Yes, STT RAID is also called SAM. It doesn't have "two L&S" or anything like that, it just interleaves scanning and tracking portions centered on the STT target - in ED's implementation the STT target is also always the L&S, which isn't necessarily the case in the real jet.
  4. This is a bug and it was correct how it was before. The TOO coordinates for TOO1 and TOO2 missions in each weapon are retained and can be recalled by selecting the weapon/mission (and having a designation while doing so will overwrite the previous set of coordinates).
  5. CSS just means the aircraft's autopilot and/or FBW will adjust the flight surfaces to maintain the last pitch/roll reference when the stick/yoke was centered. You can have CSS (or similar) without FBW (737 CWS), you can have FBW but no CSS, FBW with manually enabled/disabled CSS (Hornet), or FBW that sort of behaves as if CSS is on (A320 in certain parts of the flight). Like someone else said, you can turn on CSS directly in the Hornet by pressing A/P then ON, and it will also fall back to CSS if another A/P mode is disabled/decolonized. In either case you'll get an A/P
  6. This is because the OAP is the waypoint. Once offset data is defined for a waypoint, the waypoint is now termed OAP. The location defined by an OAP + offset data is just called Offset. I guess a picture is worth a thousand words: On the HSI with an OAP selected, pressing WPDSG first will designate the OAP, then pressing O/S will designate the offset (or add the offset data to the existing designation, however you want to look at it).
  7. I agree. This is also quite noticeable when comparing to other modules (eg F-15C) where you can make fast movements if necessary and that looks much closer to what the real world video shows.
  8. Reported as an improvement, thanks
  9. Yes, radars are sensitive to rain/hail/snow not "clouds", although the specifics will vary with the frequency bands used. There are two weather related effects that can happen: weather shadows due to increased attenuation because of scattering (ie weather blocking the signal) and target occlusion due to weather returns (ie the target's returns get lost in weather clutter). Weather shadows are similar to terrain shadows. The more the signal is scattered by rain/hail/snow the more it'll be attenuated, to the point the signal is too weak to be detected past a certain range at that lin
  10. Reported but pls include a short track next time
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