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F-86F not really in Clord & Dark, no ?


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Hello,

 

I really love the aircrafts or helicopters in Cold & Dark when I enter in cockpit, is it me or I found that few systems of the F-86 are not really Cold & Dark when I enter in the cockpit:

 

Gun-Missiles Selector by default: ON

Oxygen Supply Lever by default: ON

Generator Switch by default: ON

 

These three systems will be better if switch OFF, no ?

 

And the radio rotary switch is OFF but I can call the ATC, it's not possible with the other modules...

 

As the F-86 is Open-Beta it's a good place for ask our suggestion, no ?

 

Thanks again, Skull.

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Maybe this is off-topic, but since we are talking about switches and dials. It seems that there are inconsistencies in how left mouse clicks and right mouse clicks are implemented. Sometimes left clicking rotates a dial counter-clockwise, and for some other dial clockwise... Sometimes left clicking a switch moves it down, and up for a different switch. I end up having to randomly click and see what happens...

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Also wouldn't the rangefinder be off by default? Doesn't it pose a hazard to ground crew?

 

The first thing I asked my self on my first start up. But then again, it's like a field micro wave oven :)

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Maybe this is off-topic, but since we are talking about switches and dials. It seems that there are inconsistencies in how left mouse clicks and right mouse clicks are implemented. Sometimes left clicking rotates a dial counter-clockwise, and for some other dial clockwise... Sometimes left clicking a switch moves it down, and up for a different switch. I end up having to randomly click and see what happens...

 

This is a subtle but pretty important point. It's even opposite for the GAR-8 volume knob and the radar range knob, and they're right next to one another :)

Would be swell if consistency was observed throughout the cockpit.

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