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About HankCzinaski

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    DCS, Il-2, Elite
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  1. Looks like the wait was worth it. I'm not disappointed. Gotta start thinking about selling my Warthog.
  2. I feel like EU is getting (pardon the pun) short end of the stick. It's 120 USD for US customers but 142 EUR (167 USD) for EU customers. :( https://vkbcontrollers.com/?product=gladiator-nxt https://flightsimcontrols.com/product/gladiator-nxt/ I know it's not your fault VKB. Bloody EU with it's EUR.
  3. "The DCS: Supercarrier module also includes the Russian Kuznetsov aircraft carrier, the Arleigh Burke-class guided-missile destroyer, and the Su-33 Flanker D fighter." It's exactly the same plane as in FC3, but as a stand-alone module. You can click "Yes", it doesn't mess thing up, just takes unnecessary extra disk space.
  4. Make sure the file structure is as follows: ...\Liveries\Mig-21_CP\BBC CCCP\*.* (extracted files inside a single BBC CCCP folder inside the Mig-21_CP folder)
  5. For me to upgrade my TM Warthog: WW base + TM adapter + shipping = 270 USD + possible tax = around 330 USD Virpil WarBRD base + shipping + EU tax = 255 EUR = around 296 USD Any extra WW items, like let's say the mounts, increase the shipping cost but quite a bit. Virpil seems to have a more flat shipping costs. I don't know guys... Still not convinced.
  6. https://wwsimstore.com/p/321.html Arrives: Fri Jul 31 2020
  7. https://www.digitalcombatsimulator.com/en/files/1286614/ or https://www.digitalcombatsimulator.com/en/files/2863528/
  8. I love your tutorials. Keep 'em coming.
  9. Yes, Mig-21 uses differential breaking. Not sure what the problem is, just press and hold the lever on the stick (W key or an axis) and turn the rudder pedals in desired direction (Z,X keys or an axis). The pressure reading drops on the gauge on the bottom front panel, behind the stick, just like in the description.
  10. Quote from Steam FAQ link: To do this, on the DCS website, on the profile page, find a special Steam account block please use the link: https://www.digitalcombatsimulator.com/en/personal/profile/ 1) You need to link the Steam account to your DCS account. After clicking on the "BIND" button, you will be redirected to the Steam website, where you must log in and agree to share publicly available information from your profile with us. 2) After logging in to the Steam site, you return to our site and, if successful, the "GET LICENSES" button will be available. Click the "Get licenses"
  11. Indeed. I was very impressed with this. 20 missions but with 62! variations. Way to set a bar.
  12. You must have misunderstood me. I wasn't trying to make it a "who's got more modules" contest. What I'm saying is that atm we're both ED customers but with subscription model ED would lose me as a customer who bought those modules and campaigns. That's my argument.
  13. ^ Pretty much sums up how I feel about it as well. I own 7 modules and 3 campaigns. If DCS was subscription based I wouldn't even try it in the first place. So one less customer. How's that for an argument?
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