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Old 05-16-2018, 02:21 PM   #181
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This is killing me. Viper, give us something please, anything.
I'm putting together the user's manual at the moment
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Old 05-16-2018, 02:30 PM   #182
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Looking awesome! So, the mission import, is it limited to just importing 1 mission or can you import multiple missions (.miz files)

My thought on this is that RED side could create their mission and BLUE side would create another separate mission. Then a neutral 3rd party could use this to merge the 2 missions together so that neither side could see the others planning until the mission was running.
I see your point. Right now, you can import just one .miz file. I might add the option to import multiple miz's later on. It might be a bit tricky though -- two different .miz files can have different mission start times etc. Also, the import processes only planes and helos, not ground units (just their initial positions are marked on the map), neither does it import scripts or flags/triggers. So, importing a miz file and reconstructing (exporting) it back does not give you the exact original miz file. The main purpose of CombatFlite is to be a flight planning tool
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Old 05-16-2018, 03:12 PM   #183
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I'm putting together the user's manual at the moment
Good for me. Thanks man.
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Old 05-16-2018, 05:15 PM   #184
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I see your point. Right now, you can import just one .miz file. I might add the option to import multiple miz's later on. It might be a bit tricky though -- two different .miz files can have different mission start times etc. Also, the import processes only planes and helos, not ground units (just their initial positions are marked on the map), neither does it import scripts or flags/triggers. So, importing a miz file and reconstructing (exporting) it back does not give you the exact original miz file. The main purpose of CombatFlite is to be a flight planning tool
Ok, thanks for the reply, its as I expected. Still an awesome tool, thanks for all the work you have put into it!
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Old 05-17-2018, 03:10 AM   #185
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See the old DCS Mission Planner:
http://jboecker.github.io/dcs-missio...er_client.html


and the DCS thread:
https://forums.eagle.ru/showthread.php?t=121145



by [FSF] Ian. It could upload a miz file to a web site and each side could log in, make changes and then recombined them into a miz file that could be downloaded without anyone seeing the mission for the other side.



It was brilliant but so many changes to DCS so rapidly back then that it did not work for long.
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Old 05-17-2018, 02:55 PM   #186
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See the old DCS Mission Planner:
http://jboecker.github.io/dcs-missio...er_client.html


and the DCS thread:
https://forums.eagle.ru/showthread.php?t=121145



by [FSF] Ian. It could upload a miz file to a web site and each side could log in, make changes and then recombined them into a miz file that could be downloaded without anyone seeing the mission for the other side.



It was brilliant but so many changes to DCS so rapidly back then that it did not work for long.
Thanks for the tip. I'll check it out.
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