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  1. I was experiencing the same on my first run (in VR). But have been unable to recreate it. I'm not sure if it was user error or a bug. If you see it again, please post a reply.
  2. Possibly, might have missed it then. Just checked Discord earlier today and got the impression it was updated very recently (yesterday) to be my turn. Getting closer either way... :-) Happy New Year!
  3. Oh, I'm up! :-) PM sent, email inbound.
  4. Thanks, checked out discord, noticed the long list. Please add me to it! I'll follow up there. Thanks for the reply!
  5. Hi Miles, really intrigued about the PointCTRL, might get back to you with an order over the coming weeks. I understand some work is in progress for a diffusion dome, or something to that extent, to improve the tracking a bit. Should I hold on for these items to be finalized? Maybe there are other items you're working on where you would suggest to a potential new customer to hold on for a few moments? Great work on this!
  6. It's not so much about whether the aircraft indicates that you're in afterburner or not (great effects by the way!), but rather the inability to reliably set the throttle without engaging them. This leads to lots of wiggling to find the right setting, repeatedly engaging/disengaging the afterburners. This is even more prevalent when you attempt quicker adjustments. To quote myself from a separate post: "...would eliminate a lot of frustrating throttle wiggling back and forth trying to find 100% MIL without constantly engaging/disengaging the afterburner." The functionality works so well
  7. Hi Razbam, please consider adding an optional software afterburner detent a'la the FA18 to the M2000 module. Only for the purpose of limiting throttle input to 100% MIL without it being pressed. This simply works great on the FA18 and would eliminate a lot of frustrating throttle wiggling back and forth trying to find 100% MIL without constantly engaging/disengaging the afterburner.
  8. Hi Heatblur, please consider adding an optional software afterburner detent a'la the FA18 to the AJ37 module. Only for the purpose of limiting throttle input to 100% MIL without it being pressed (not any afterburner stages). This simply works great on the FA18 and would eliminate a lot of frustrating throttle wiggling back and forth trying to find 100% MIL without constantly engaging/disengaging the afterburner.
  9. Away from computer at the moment, has this been fixed yet?
  10. To echo some of the other posters comments; please add an optional software afterburner detent - reference model is available on the FA18 and it works really well. I find myself constantly switching in and out of afterburner for no reason as my joystick can in no sensible way indicate such. The optional button press (as FA18 reference) simulates/emulates the physical action to activate afterburner in the real aircraft. The same holds true for the AJ37 as well.
  11. Yes, please, this makes a big difference when flying the FA18 and works really well. Heatblur, please consider this type of functionality for both the F14 and AJ37. As it is already in use on the FA18 to great effect (for myself and many others), the button for this functionality is already reserved on my throttle.
  12. Expericing the same bug. Not able to find a pattern to what is causing the pipper to be wrong (showing lower than actual impact point about 2/3 of the time).
  13. Experiencing the same. Can send cf file tomorrow if it helps. On latest dcs beta, combatflite 1.0. If room to make suggestions, it would be of great convenience to be able to set the loadout for an entire flight formation by merely adjusting one aircraft. Either way, fantastic product. Would like to donate.
  14. The functionality of the recent update works great for me as it helps with staying out of AB when not desired, during all phases of flight. I do not have access to hardware detents on my system, I do however have enough buttons on my setup to map a dedicated, accessible button for the purpose. As such, I don't think a software detent is an unreasonable or unrealistic compromise to allow effective throttle usage. This functionality should ideally be implemented for all modules. However, understanding the many different hardware setups among users, the only viable option is probably to all
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