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About Wiesel02

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  1. Hi Flappie, in return, nice finding! So I checked it out. Test modules: Super Carrier and F14B. Really, it seems to be a mix of double and single MOUSE_BTN3 clicks to switch between on/off clickable cockpit and on/off head movement fwd/bwd or normal zoom. But this is new right? I mean, I never noticed this behavior before...
  2. Hi, thanks for investigating. I checked according to your hints Flappie. Actually, I found that now with stable version, there is no longer a need for a button assignment for mouse control in the cockpit. I don't know if it's something I never noticed before, but now you can just use a MOUSE_BTN3 double click to activate/deactive clickable cockpit control, even with the F14B. As far as I can see, not mouse control need be set up at all to get this functionality. So in the end, I don't know if it was buggy before and has been fixed now, or if it was just me - I could have missed it
  3. Hi Guys, since the latest open beta update the function "activate/deactivate clickable cockpit" (that's possibly what it is called in the english version) seems changed. Don't know if this is a bug or a feature. For all modules that previously allowed a mouse button to be assigned to activate/deactivate the cross-hair inside the cockpit for clickable cockpit control, it's the same: It no longer works. And in the control settings that function is red marked now as long as a mouse button (in my case I always had Mouse button 3 set up for this function) is assigned to it and doesn't wor
  4. same for me, i just reported to the support. let's see if it helps...
  5. I have exactly the same problem since 2.5.6. Still nothing helps, none of the recommendations, not a fresh install, no twiddle with folders or files in saved games...DCS just hangs on startup screen and won't let me do anything
  6. Hi, I just made another startup and here's the log file. dcs.txt
  7. no, doesn't work. This is not related to antivirus. It's just the presence of theat damn folder...
  8. I will try and let you know if it works. Thanks for responding mate!
  9. I have posted the issues as a response to another thread that dealt with antivirus problems, and meantime it was classified as [NO BUG]...so I am repeating here, but not related to antivirus issues. The antivirus problems are gone for some reason, but DCS OB still gets hangs at start up and is simply unusable. Only the first start is successful, and only if the saved games folder "DCS.openbeta" does not yet exist before the program start. If it exists already at the time I start DCS OB then DCS gets stuck on the startup screen and that's it. Always. It is not possible to do the initial s
  10. ... and so, it's also not possible to redo the settings, such as screen resolution, because all settings that require a restart of DCS OB lead to the situation where the restart will be made with the saved games folder already in place - and thus to DCS hanging up on the startup screen. In that case I can't even kill the process without restarting the PC. Next time I try, I have to delete the saved games folder again to avoid the lockup, but of course, the settings are defaulted again. I also noticed, that on the startup screen, the music starts playing for 1 or 2 seconds and then i
  11. Hi Bignewy, first of all, thanks for your support! I followed your proposal and did some tests. First: I inceased the page file size as recommended from 4096 to 16384. -> No influence. Second: right after having backed up the folder "DCS.openbeta" by renaming it to "DCS.openbetabackup" - so before DCS could create a new folder, the startup worked. I didn't trust it (sorry), so i closed DCS and immediately restarted it. This time DCS had already created a new "DCS.openbeta" folder (from the first startup). That's when the startup fails again and everything jus
  12. Ok, here it is. I hope it helps...and thanks for helping :smilewink: [=== Log opened UTC 2020-03-16 17:19:05 2020-03-16 17:19:05.033 INFO DCS: Command line: "F:\FlightSim\DCS OpenBeta\bin/DCS.exe" 2020-03-16 17:19:05.033 INFO DCS: DCS/ (x86_64; Windows NT 10.0.18363) 2020-03-16 17:19:05.033 INFO DCS: DCS revision: 164224 2020-03-16 17:19:05.033 INFO DCS: Renderer revision: 20092 2020-03-16 17:19:05.033 INFO DCS: Terrain revision: 20077 2020-03-16 17:19:05.033 INFO DCS: CPU cores: 4, threads: 8, System RAM: 16260 MB, Pagefile: 4608 MB 2020-03-16 17:19:05.269
  13. Sorry, but all that doesn't work, whitelisting, cleanup, repair, reinstall...since 2.5.6 the open beta doesn't run. The Windows DCS-process is stopped at each startup somewhere and the only way out is to kill it.
  14. sharing the pain.. Same here, last week it was mainly "I16FM.dll", today it's been "World.dll" first after today's update, then restoring that file, restart PC, and now it's the "F14-HeatblurCommon.dll"... :music_whistling:
  15. Nothing has changed... Since the update to 2.5.6 nothing works & and nothing helps, the open beta can't even be started since then...latest hotfix and the update of today both didn't change anything. Various repairs and complete and reinstallations in vain. It still triggers antivirus (BitDefender in my case) and restoring suspicious files put under quarantine doesn't help either....ithe startup process is always stopped and I have to kill the dcs process using the task manager. ED please, are you still working on a solution for this?
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