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  1. Concept: Currently i am working on a mod which makes the experience to kill or hit something more visually engaging with messages. To some of you, this might be arcadish but the idea behind it is to have a score and ticket system a bit similar to War Thunder Realistic Battles. What i disliked about WT is that you play planes with the mouse in RB... but i liked the score and credit system. So the plan is to create a similar system for DCS World with the possibilities to do something with the credits you earned ingame. Status: At the moment i dove into the messages system of DCS and i s
  2. You can use gameMessage.addMessage() or gameMessages.addTriggerMessage() in the gameMessages.lua ../Scripts/UI/gameMessage.lua (this is the default ingame messages system). If you want to have custom skins / styling for the messages you probably need to write your own module and hooks.
  3. Depends on where this message is shown / or transmitted from. In the MissionEditor/GameGUI.lua are events, what you can do is execute an additional function to pass the argument to for example your Kneeboard. At the moment i'm working on a custom GameMessages system with score credit messages and hit messages. A bit similar to War Thunder game notifications. Example of my code now: function onGameBdaEvent(eventName,arg1,arg2,arg3,arg4,arg5,arg6,arg7) --print("---onGameBdaEvent : isOn(): ", Bda.isOn()) --print("---onGameBdaEvent(%s)-----",eventName,arg1,arg2,arg3,arg4,arg5,arg
  4. Hello again, sorry for the long delay. Lots of things happened. Long story short, i've solved the issue and found out why it was crashing. There where multiple issues which resulted in crashing DCS World and also other games, but not that frequent. I don't think DCS World was to blame in this case. High power spikes / surges from the power network, this was the main culprit after a long search of excluding all possible options which could result this weird behavior. The reason why i came to this conclusion is after replacing 1 brand new PSU and 3 dead GPU's (2x Powercolor 5700XT Red Drag
  5. Update: I bought and installed a brand new PSU, Corsair SF750 750W 80 Plus Platinum. This should be more then enough. I also did a cleanup and repair of DCS World to be sure. Sadly, the game still crashed even 5 minutes after i started the mission above. I think this 100% a driver issue. Only thing i can think of is: - Wipe the whole SSD / NVME - Clean install Windows 10 Build 1909 - Update Windows - Install latest drivers - Clean install DCS World Open Beta - Load / Play Mission. Will update this thread / log of my adventures.
  6. Thanks for the reply. Playing already 4 years DCS World and love it. Sadly i encountered some bugs. To anwser your questions: No i didn't overclock the GPU. Used default settings. My system specs: AMD Ryzen 5 3600, @3.6GHz PowerColor RX 5700 XT Red Dragon Asus ROG Strix B450-I Gaming motherboard 2x G. Skill Trident Z 16GB 3600 (32GB total) Samsung 970 Pro NVME 1TB Corsair SF600 600W PSU DDU-ed the before installing any drivers I use the latest AMD GPU Drivers (20.2.2 WHQL) I use the latest AMD Chipset drivers (2.03.12.0657) It might be that the PSU is failing. Because
  7. I have constantly random crashes when i play DCS World OB (Latest build). Today it was really extreme. 3 Crashes within 3 - 4 hours. I tested this with 1 specific mission i play most of the times on DCS World OB, never had issues with this mission before 2.5.5. Events occur: - Start Mission Editor - Load my Custom Mission - Select any client aircraft - Start flying - Game crashes randomly (CTD), sometimes even after 5 min. Note: I know when you play this mission longer the MRLS will launch missiles and create massive framedrops but this was never an issue. Same events occur whe
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