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You're right. Sensor Control Switch - Left, - Right etc.

Let's check (assuming you are using the left DDI):

1. In Options/Controls, when you push the sensor control switch left, the cursor jumps to that command.

2. In flight, when you have switched to A/G mode, "MAVG" or MAVD" is displayed in the upper left of the DDI

3. After the 3-minute countdown, when you push the sensor select switch left, there should be a little caret in the upper right of the left DDI. At that point you should be able to uncage.

 

 

I typed a detailed response to this and somehow lost it after I hit reply.

 

Long story short, I am doing all the things right, my keybind is correct, and it don't work. I'm going to make a video of the issue this evening and post to the bugs section. I'll link it here as well.

AKA Gaffer

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This shows how either DDI can be used as SOI and it also shows the bug about the BLACK and WHITE TD box keeps reverting to White after I've selected Black, very annoying...hard to see the center crosshair for locking up targets when it's white against white background

 

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Thanks for the help

 

This was a binding issue. The bindings appeared correct, when I pressed the button on my HOTAS, the sensor select left was immediately highlighted in my control assignments page, leading me to believe that the bindings were all good. (same with right, fwd, aft etc..) However, I decided to clear those bindings and re-do them, just for the hell of it, and wham, all is good now!

AKA Gaffer

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Is there anyway to keep the Mav sensor from snapping back to boresight after rifling a missile? It's really annoying when trying to take out multiple tanks in one pass if you have to slew back to target location from boresight.

 

Huh mine doesnt do that, at least not MAVF's. They remain on target.

 

EDIT: My bad. Mine goes boresight also... I remembered wrong.


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I'm an idiot. My weapon release button got unmapped somehow.

 

In my defense, I'm really old and my mind is going.

 

Nothing to see here, move along. Thanks for the help guys.

 

Thats ok buddy it happens to the best of us.

AWAITING ED NEW DAMAGE MODEL IMPLEMENTATION FOR WW2 BIRDS

 

Fat T is above, thin T is below. Long T is faster, Short T is slower. Open triangle is AWACS, closed triangle is your own sensors. Double dash is friendly, Single dash is enemy. Circle is friendly. Strobe is jammer. Strobe to dash is under 35 km. HDD is 7 times range key. Radar to 160 km, IRST to 10 km. Stay low, but never slow.

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