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Let me add a question, anyone got automatic leading to work with AKAN and ARAK? I'm in mastermode ANF, tracking the target then going trigger unsafe. At that point I would expect the sight to step as the necessary lead is applied, but it stays where it is. Weapons subsequently land behind the moving target.

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Let me add a question, anyone got automatic leading to work with AKAN and ARAK? I'm in mastermode ANF, tracking the target then going trigger unsafe. At that point I would expect the sight to step as the necessary lead is applied, but it stays where it is. Weapons subsequently land behind the moving target.

 

 

 

We decided to have the velocity measurement function default off so you'll have to turn it on with the relevant code in TAKT (unlike the real airplane).

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What's the reason for it being (deemed, at least) so useful IRL and so rarely used in DCS?

 

EDIT: I've never used it myself, impression is just that everyone turns it off.


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What's the reason for it being (deemed, at least) so useful IRL and so rarely used in DCS?

 

EDIT: I've never used it myself, impression is just that everyone turns it off.

 

I can't attest to real pilots; but for us, it was mostly that everyone got very confused by it. (who were new to the aircraft).

 

They'd inadvertently begin to track a point and their sight would do crazy things (in their mind). Totally understandable, hence we flipped the on/off.

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I just tried attacking a Tarantul III making 30 knots with the lead sight enabled. With the rockets it works good enough. I assume with some training you can get very accurate (of course the DCS damage model shrugs off a full salvo of AP rockets rather well). The gunpods on the other hand seem almost impossible to use.

 

Also, those AK-630 CIWS are murderous :) Requesting an Osa-class missile boat, Aist-class assault hovercraft or an ELINT trawler to strafe instead...

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Another thing. Anyone got the precision dive bombing to work? My bombs are consistently falling long. QFE, radar ranging, steady tracking, without lead sight against fixed targets, with lead sight against moving targets.

 

I track the target and press and hold the trigger when the wings appear. According to the manual a steering order ring should guide me until all bombs are released. But the ring appears way below, superimposed over the timline bar and out of reach for any reasonable maneuver. The bombs drop within milliseconds and land long. It seems the moment the wings appear, I am already beyond the drop point. Am a missing how this mode works?

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Another thing. Anyone got the precision dive bombing to work? My bombs are consistently falling long. QFE, radar ranging, steady tracking, without lead sight against fixed targets, with lead sight against moving targets.

 

I track the target and press and hold the trigger when the wings appear. According to the manual a steering order ring should guide me until all bombs are released. But the ring appears way below, superimposed over the timline bar and out of reach for any reasonable maneuver. The bombs drop within milliseconds and land long. It seems the moment the wings appear, I am already beyond the drop point. Am a missing how this mode works?

You have chosen hi-drag bombs? They have chute so that's why drop point in far.

 

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I really feel like they need to include the Valid / non valid weapon mixes in either the Manual or in the tutorial since there are so many people that

are having problems with this and are mixing weapons and then have no idea why it is no working.

 

And wherever the info is added it needs to be very obvious

(to where people cant miss it).

 

Another suggestion on a similar subject.

 

I feel like they should probably re-designate the RB 75B to AGM-65B

both to differentiate it from the Historical RB 75s carried by the Viggen and to give people a clear idea of what it is and the differences between it and the other RB 75s.


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Nice video by Robin Takolander, showing that it is indeed possible to refuel/rearm at a FARP :D

 

 

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I really feel like they need to include the Valid / non valid weapon mixes in either the Manual or in the tutorial since there are so many people that

are having problems with this and are mixing weapons and then have no idea why it is no working.

 

And where ever the info is added it needs to be very obvious

(to where people cant miss it).

 

Another suggestion on a similar subject.

 

I feel like they should probably re-designate the RB 75B to AGM-65B

both to differentiate it from the Historical RB 75s carried by the Viggen and to give people a clear idea of what it is and the differences between it and the other RB 75s.

 

I fully agree with both of these.

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How to program the radar joke on Viggen.

 

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Are you trying to assign it to a set of buttons (hat switch), or an axis (joystick/mouse nipple)?

 

Edit: you meant to say "yoke," right?

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Hello, friends. I can not assign a keyboard command to a command "Trigger safety brack SAFE / Trigger safety brack ARM". The cell in the "keyboard" column is not active. Sorry for my bad english zSjWn5mISPg.jpg


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Hello, friends. I can not assign a keyboard command to a command "Trigger safety brack SAFE / Trigger safety brack ARM". The cell in the "keyboard" column is not active. Sorry for my bad english zSjWn5mISPg.jpg

 

i think they are only added to keyboard not joystick, will fix

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To assign to keyboard you must double click on keyboard column. To assign joy, press joy column

 

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To assign to keyboard you must double click on keyboard column. To assign joy, press joy column

 

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There is a bug that isn't letting him do that.

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