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  • Flight Simulators
    DCS F/A 18
  • Location
    Rancho Mirage, California, USA
  1. Thanks Pocket Kings, that did flush out some old screenshots I did not realize I had. I just discovered that my recent screenshots are shown on the Steam page, to the right of the "PLAY" button for DCS World.
  2. Per DCS, for finding screenshots go to: "C:/users/your username/ saved games folder for the appropriate DCS installation. You will find the screenshots folder in there." I go there and see screenshots I took prior to DCS OB 2.7, but none of the screenshots taken after installing DCS OB 2.7 are showing up there. (NOTE: The track files are still being populated after upgrading to DCS OB 2.7, just not the screenshots)
  3. Thanks RogueSqdn, I appreciate your excellent answer.
  4. I would like to use my existing keyboard and mouse, along with PointCTRL when flying the DCS F/A 18, is that possible? Thanks! In the unlikely event I can't get PointCTRL to work, is there a return policy? Thanks!
  5. MarkTurner - I contacted ED, they said minimize the Steam window (after hitting "Play" and DCS World starts booting), and then minimize the headset window as well. That really helped reduce my "windows out of focus" error messages. I noticed in your picture there is a black "Now Playing" window. That has caused me the "window out of focus" error...I would recommend minimizing that window. (And peeking at your monitor in flight to see if that is what is causing your "window out of focus" error. I also go full screen if I get a random "window is out
  6. I have been experimenting and have solved the issue for myself (I've got an original Samsung Odyssey WMR headset)... Before running DCS I always re-calibrate for a seated position. I keep the headset at my sternum pointed toward the flight sim monitor, and move as far away from the monitor as possible before clicking "center". I think it helps the cameras inside the headset to capture a bigger image, so it has more objects to reference, to help maintain proper calibration. My desk light is super bright and aim-able and about 4 feet from my flight sim monitor. I aim m
  7. Thanks Jason Peters, love it! I had a little bit of a struggle opening the DCS lua file, until I downloaded and used NotePad++ to open it. Just thought I would share that tip with others that may be having trouble opening the file. Will, Rancho Mirage, California
  8. MarkTurner - I contacted ED, they said minimize the Steam window (after hitting "Play" and DCS World starts booting), and then minimize the headset window as well. That really helped reduce my "windows out of focus" error messages. I noticed in your picture there is a black "Now Playing" window. That has caused me the "window out of focus" error...I would recommend minimizing that window. (And peeking at your monitor in flight to see if that is what is causing your "window out of focus" error. I also go full screen if I get a random "window is out of focus" erro
  9. I have been experimenting and have solved the issue for myself (I've got an original Samsung Odyssey WMR headset)... Before running DCS I always re-calibrate for a seated position. I keep the headset at my sternum pointed toward the flight sim monitor, and move as far away from the monitor as possible before clicking "center". I think it helps the cameras inside the headset to capture a bigger image, so it has more objects to reference, to help maintain proper calibration. My desk light is super bright and aim-able and about 4 feet from my flight sim monitor. I aim m
  10. Having the same problem, thanks FFJim1280 & Chappy197606. For what it is worth, the NVG toggle still works in the DCS World stable version.
  11. Please correct the Aerodrome data for all the DCS Nevada airports. For example McCarran Airport's runway is shown as 10,377m, but it is actually 14,505 feet. Similarly, McCarran's elevation is shown as 2,169m, but it actually 2,181 feet. Real F/A 18 pilots avoid runways less than 8,000 feet, having the correct aerodrome data in DCS World would really help figuring out where DCS users can land F/A 18s. I am a big fan of DCS! Thanks for all you do....Will
  12. This works to fix the "Window out of focus!" issue - Open STEAM, bring up DCS World, have Steam ready to hit the “PLAY” button. Activate the VR headset. If the VR Window opens on top of the Steam Window, move the VR window away from the Steam Window. Minimize the VR Window. Hit the “PLAY” button in the Steam Window. After DCS World starts, minimize the Steam window. AT DCS World Main Screen, close the “cross eye alert” window. Ensure the Options-VR Tab’s “cursor confined to game window” box is checked Press ALT + Enter to go full screen on the DCS Window (thereby confin
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