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Old 12-10-2013, 08:40 PM   #11
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Isn't that post suite 3.3 stuff?
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So is mic switch UP used for anything in RL? Thanks
RL to me equals real life, real live we are on suite 7B and the MIC switch up acts as I answered his question.
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Old 12-10-2013, 09:16 PM   #12
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Transmit on LARS V12 radio
Is there a picture of AN/ARS-6 device front side available anywhere or is it classified ?
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Yes but the question was....



RL to me equals real life, real live we are on suite 7B and the MIC switch up acts as I answered his question.
Good info.
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Old 12-11-2013, 06:20 PM   #14
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Since it is not used by in-game DCS A-10C and real one, if you have a free hat on your controller to dedicate it as mic switch PTT for different communication channels, I recommend doing so.

Here I have some ideas for you, you may clone A-10C mic switch PTT functionality beside its in-game menus and make it corresponding to in-game menus in terms of voice actions you are taking.

My example:
I use Mic Switch UP held command as PTT in TeamSpeak3 to active channel. -- default communication way on active channels of TS3 throughout all servers
FWD held acts as TS3 whisper to ATC/GCI channel on Teamspeak3 depend on server. Still ingame it brings up the VHF AM menu to use with AI Allied flights, ATC, Ground etc... Additionally FWD is tied to VHF AM radio plugin TARS (TS3) as PTT for TARS enabled flights.
AFT held acts as TS3 whisper to GUARD/ALLIED(all flight & ground channels) on TeamSpeak3. Still brings up the VHF FM menu to use JTAC, ground... Additionally AFT is tied to VHF FM radio plugin TARS (TS3) as PTT for TARS enabled flights.
DWN held acts as TS3 whisper to assigned flight channel (set before mission) and is tied to VHF UHF radio plugin TARS (TS3) as PTT for TARS enabled flights...

Notice in almighty Thurstmaster Warthog throttle you can also PRESS the mic switch hat like a button and hold and this function I exploit too, it is bound via AutoHotKey script as PTT button simulated as F14 keyboard key which is captured by VAC profile to activate voice recognition as long mic switch hat is depressed, giving me absolute control over AI menus.

Maybe that is not what you are looking for, but it surely helps if you wanna have ergonomic and immerse and real communication and full-time use of your mic switch hat
I have roughly the same in mind. That is why I asked about the R/L operation of the mic switch.
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I only have one on/off switch for PTT, which position should set it for, up, down, etc?
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