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TechRoss

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About TechRoss

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  • Birthday 05/17/1971

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  • Flight Simulators
    DCS 2.5 A-10C
  • Location
    South Africa
  1. Just a quick question, are you using NWS HI on the deck?
  2. Oh man, thanks Chuck. I thought you were not writing this and have not really been interested in learning the F14 because without your guides it is just to much work. Guess my weekend is set.
  3. Hi Blue73. Its been a long time. I have not been flying the past couple months. Started up my panels over the weekend and yeah my FLIR Sensor switch and LTD/R switch are working in the terminal window but do nothing in the sim. Not sure what it could be and to be honest not had a very hard look.
  4. Just got on my machine, the flaps for the Hornet are already part of the input by default. Look for Flaps Switch Auto / Half and then Flaps Switch Full / Half Hope that helps.
  5. Yeah for sure. Will post the line ASAP when I get to my PC. Sent from my SM-G965F using Tapatalk
  6. This is very helpful, from Chuck himself... https://www.mudspike.com/dcs-heatblur-f-14b-tomcat-preview/
  7. There was a roll bug introduced 2 patches ago. They said it was fixed last patch but I am still getting the same roll. Not sure if anything has been reported on this as I only flew the Hornet a bit last night and did not do any more investigation yet today.
  8. Ahhh thought I was going crazy last night. Thanks guys.... sanity still in check for now!
  9. The way to look at DCS-BIOS is if it is related t the plane / cockpit, then you should be able to interact with it, if it is related to the sim, then probably not. I stand to be corrected on this, but from my limited knowledge it is how I understand it. I am sure with some clever code you can get it to do anything. Download DCS-BIOS, and then in the docs folder is the control-reference.html file. It lists all the commands you can use, that way you can search thru it to see if what you are trying to do is there.
  10. Tagging along... Can I add, does the refresh rate make a huge difference in DCS like it would in a FPS?
  11. Also if you use brakes, you run the risk of not letting the wire pull you back when you have come to a stop, and then it can hang up on the hook and you can not get unhooked.
  12. I think part of the appeal of the WW2 birds is having to make those loooooooog trips before you get to your mission. Makes you realise how tough it was for the pilots in that uncomfortable space., then only half way thru engage the bad guys the turn around and hope your machine can get you back safely.
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