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Old 07-12-2019, 12:13 AM   #51
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Hi guys,

I read most of the comments here, so in order to make the waypoint slew where you want, basically you need to have this waypoint created already from start, in the mission editor... ?! Otherwise you get the moving plane bug... ? Is this right?
Coz I tried to create a waypoint before taking off, I didn't put any waypoint before in mission editor, then when in game I tried to move that "just created" waypoint to a different location and I got the plane moving instead...I'm gonna try creating some waypoints before the start of the mission and test it... if this is a bug, I hope they fix it soon.
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Old 07-12-2019, 09:54 PM   #52
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  1. To slew a waypoint, you must first have a waypoint.
  2. Currently, if you have NO waypoints, you cannot add a waypoint during the mission.
  3. If at least 1 waypoint is defined for the aircraft in the Mission Editor, you can add up to a total of 160 waypoints during the mission.
  4. Any waypoint fully defined in the mission computer can be slewed.
When you hit the wrong button on take-off

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