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Old 11-07-2019, 11:22 PM   #1
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Default Dynamic kneeboard or other solution as mission events change.

Hello everyone
I'm building a "quite complex" mission and trying to avoid too much scripting.
The nature of the mission requires a lot of information as the mission events change, depending the triggers that are activated.
Because in some circumstances the players are busy, and some new situation pop up, is not hard to miss the information.
As far as I know there is not "say again" capacity in DCS, so, the way I found is to activate new briefings as the mission goes on, and it really works fine, but has a major limitation in my mission case, because I don't want the players can see in advance what is to come, so, all I can do is the major headlines for the mission and not the events that pop up.
For exame the Huey mission is to deploy a bomb squad in a certain area, but in the way it can activate a trigger were allied troops are under attack and need air cover from units near by, at same time aircrafts are attacking a airfield but the command gives a new order to help the guys that are in trouble.... and so on.
If it exists, one way to solve this issue, would be with some new pages for the kneeboard during the mission, or better, a way to "say again".
I wonder if someone ever had this question, I searched in forum, but didn't found anything close.

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