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kidogofoto

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    DCS Open Beta
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  1. I'm experiencing this same issue and have not been able to figure out a solution. Verstuurd vanaf mijn SM-G935F met Tapatalk
  2. Hi! Thank you for your awesome work! Just a question, I have sort of a homebuilt mini pit. Just added another Cougar MFD (3rd) to it last week. Now my problem is that the right MFD and the center MFD (Hornet) are switched. Can I edit their order within CTS somehow, or should I just go into DCS controls and fix the OSB mappings?
  3. I've enjoyed watching the entire video. You are obviously way better at this than I am [emoji23] An area where you could improve IMHO is the trimming into E bracket to catch OnSpeed. It seemed to me you were 'searching' it, while this too should become muscle memory if you know what I mean. Love your video, thanks for sharing! Verstuurd vanaf mijn SM-G935F met Tapatalk
  4. Thank you for this thread, guys. More or less setup with my 4-screen home pit setup and very happy about it. Hope the thin lines issue gets fixed soon, though [emoji6] Verstuurd vanaf mijn SM-G935F met Tapatalk
  5. Nice work! Care to share some lines of code? Verstuurd vanaf mijn SM-G935F met Tapatalk
  6. Keep in mind that Onspeed AoA is meant for a descending trajectory towards a runway or the deck of a carrier, not to fly level. I do it like this: 1. Throttles back and decrease muy speed to about 150 2. 'Feel' the stick by pitching a little so I get a sense of how much trim to apply 3. Apply trim down so the nose goes up. It's quite some that you need to apply. Two seconds on the trim might just do it 4. Meanwhile, go rocking the throttles 5. Trim until the flight path indicator meets the center of the E bracket 6. Now you are trimmed. Don't apply any more pitch with the stick, jus
  7. Hi guys, I remember recently seeing someone post pictures of a modification to the HOTAS Warthog right side throttle, adding an extra button for CAGE/UNCAGE. However, I can't seem to find the post anymore, I was wondering how to install this extra button and how the schematics would look like. Any ideas? Did anyone see this post and know what I am talking about? Thanks!
  8. I think you guys select all the TM devices while creating the profile in TARGET. just select the throttle, nothing else. Verstuurd vanaf mijn SM-G935F met Tapatalk
  9. Hi guys, I'm used to using CTS to quickly setup the HOTAS warthog stick and throttle and MFDs for use with different planes in DCS. However, I find myself having trouble getting everything setup right for the Hornet since there's no option (yet) in CTS to select the Hornet module. Do any of you use CTS and how did you get things setup?
  10. I second that, please share [emoji6] Verstuurd vanaf mijn SM-G935F met Tapatalk
  11. Yeah, don't think of this lightly, Joe! Verstuurd vanaf mijn SM-G935F met Tapatalk
  12. Worldwide, this instance, economies are crashing, hehehe Verstuurd vanaf mijn SM-G935F met Tapatalk
  13. Damn, I'm sorry guys.... was getting my hopes up too soon :D Verstuurd vanaf mijn SM-G935F met Tapatalk
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