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bartzebrat

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  1. I recently spent an hour at night trying to defend a base from ground invasion! With this recent jump (+25% increase for my midrange gear) in overall performance, the gameplay in DDCS has turned from excellent to dangerously intoxicating! And it feels like this is just the beginning...
  2. Hi, Does anyone know if/how/where we can modify the bank angle parameter used for the orbit task please? I'd like to modify it for the tanker (KC135) I am using to test standard rendez-vous according to the ATP 3342. Currently the KC135 turns with a 22° bank angle. It is a realistic situation but I would like to be able to set it at 25 or 15 depending on the situation. I've looked it up but I only found altitude and speed parameters: Orbit = { id = 'Orbit', params = { pattern = AI.Task.OrbitPattern, point = Vec2, point2 = Vec2, speed = Distance, altitude = Distance }
  3. Wow I am sorry, I don’t get it (except that it sounds good) Would you mind being more explicit please? EDIT: Just saw that you actualy updated github!! https://share.icloud.com/photos/0qLB-nop3ptb-bNV021y7RmUQ I was not expecting that kind of help. Thank you very much for taking the time! EDIT again: I couldn't find the address in the app extension in Chrome so I looked up in the commondata.json, got he address, converted it to HEX (0x0426). Then I realized the json seemed to have the data usually displayed in the chrome app... I cleared the cache and... there it
  4. Hi, I am trying to get data from DCS to DCS-BIOS to display on an LCD. The data I am looking for is the Indicated airspeed. I am trying to get it by coding in commondata.lua: local as_i = selfData.LoGetIndicatedAirSpeed() defineIntegerFromGetter("ASPD_IND", function() return math.floor(as_i) end, 65535, "Airspeed", "Airspeed ind (m/s)") That I found in another thread. I am not sure of this coding How do I know the address it is going to be sent to in order to display it through DCS-BIOS? I think I have located the aircraft heading around 0x422 but wasn't able to go
  5. RESOLVED (well sort of...) Thanks. I have not found the exact solution but used a workaround: use an older version of the install that doesn't go through this web interface. When manually launching "connect-serial-port" the arduino connects successfully to DCS. I am now facing other challenges! But that's another story...
  6. @molevitch Sadly, having flown on a few real aircraft, I know that trick and tried it early! My plugins are listed correctly but alas! no mention of my install... Thank you
  7. Thank you, I'll look into it. I don't have that folder \DCS-ExportScript\ nor the .lua file... merci encore!
  8. [RESOLVED] Hi all, For some reason the DCS-BIOS web interface doesn't list my DCS (OB) install. I installed through the .msi v0.10 found on Github. I added in the export.lua under C:\Users\me\Saved Games\DCS.openbeta\Scripts\ the lines: BIOS = {}; BIOS.LuaScriptDir = [[C:\Program Files\DCS-BIOS\dcs-lua\]]; BIOS.PluginDir = [[C:\Users\me\AppData\Roaming/DCS-BIOS/Plugins\]]; if lfs.attributes(BIOS.LuaScriptDir..[[bIOS.lua]]) ~= nil then dofile(BIOS.LuaScriptDir..[[bIOS.lua]]) end --[[DCS-BIOS Automatic Setup]] dofile(lfs.writedir()..[[scripts\DCS-BIOS\BIOS.lua]]) I tried withou
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