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Hello,

 

I'm looking for a viable code solution to check, once a mission has been stopped, if the .miz file is no more "used" by the sim.

 

I need this cause I want to update this .miz file and therefore I need to overwrite it once the mission is closed.

 

Do someone know some tricks?

 

thanks

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Author of DSMC, mod to enable scenario persistency and save updated miz file

https://dsmcfordcs.wordpress.com/

 

The thing is, helicopters are different from planes. An airplane by it's nature wants to fly, and if not interfered with too strongly by unusual events or by a deliberately incompetent pilot, it will fly. A helicopter does not want to fly. It is maintained in the air by a variety of forces in opposition to each other, and if there is any disturbance in this delicate balance the helicopter stops flying; immediately and disastrously.

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I doubt you`ll get answer by double posting same subject.

Maybe try PM to someone from ED or licensed 3rd-parties modders?

 

I thought that it was posted in the wrong way.

Already asked in other places, thanks.

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Author of DSMC, mod to enable scenario persistency and save updated miz file

https://dsmcfordcs.wordpress.com/

 

The thing is, helicopters are different from planes. An airplane by it's nature wants to fly, and if not interfered with too strongly by unusual events or by a deliberately incompetent pilot, it will fly. A helicopter does not want to fly. It is maintained in the air by a variety of forces in opposition to each other, and if there is any disturbance in this delicate balance the helicopter stops flying; immediately and disastrously.

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this can easily be done with most programming languages. Not a programmer? Try a scripting language! Powershell comes on your computer and using the FileSystemWatcher is extraordinary simple!

 

But I can't do that outside DCS lua.. I need that way :(

ChromiumDis.png

Author of DSMC, mod to enable scenario persistency and save updated miz file

https://dsmcfordcs.wordpress.com/

 

The thing is, helicopters are different from planes. An airplane by it's nature wants to fly, and if not interfered with too strongly by unusual events or by a deliberately incompetent pilot, it will fly. A helicopter does not want to fly. It is maintained in the air by a variety of forces in opposition to each other, and if there is any disturbance in this delicate balance the helicopter stops flying; immediately and disastrously.

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