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I googled "DCS F14 VA profile", which led me here:

Bailey's F-14B VoiceAttack Profiles - DCS: F-14A & B - ED Forums (eagle.ru)

 

And yep, it's the wrong damned version! That'll explain what's going on then. Thanks mate!

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3 hours ago, GunSlingerAUS said:

I googled "DCS F14 VA profile", which led me here:

Bailey's F-14B VoiceAttack Profiles - DCS: F-14A & B - ED Forums (eagle.ru)

 

And yep, it's the wrong damned version! That'll explain what's going on then. Thanks mate!

Oh! That's just as much as my fault. I have corrected the link and text on that thread. Thank you.

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Hi Bailey,

 

I'm a new DCS user and having a problem installing your F-18C profile. I have followed your youtube install video and searched these forums but can't figure it out.

 

I can import the downloaded profile to VoiceAttack, however when i go to the F-18C Sim controls, click in the keyboard column and follow the load profile steps, there are no .diff.lua files to select.

 

Any help would be greatly appreciated.

 

Sabre11 

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DCS changed the setup in the Saved Games files.

 

When you click on Load Profile if you look at the path at the top, you'll see the program now is looking at the "InputUserProfiles" previously it would go to the Config\Input\Module Name\keyboard directory.

 

What you need to do is copy the .diff.lua file into the InputUserProfiles directory and you should then see it when you try to load it. Personally I'd make a folder inside InputUserProfiles for the module, like FA-18C_Hornet and copy the file to there then navigate there once in the Input section in the game.

 

If running the Open Beta the path is User\Saved Games\DCS.openbeta\InputUserProfiles

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Am I able to talk with the tanker with these profiles? 

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With respect to the DCS BIOS...What exactly does it do? Is it required?


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8 minutes ago, 72westy said:

With respect to the DCS BIOS...What exactly does it do? Is it required?

 

DCS Bios communicates with DCS to provide cockpit data and to “flip switches and stuff”. Typically there are three main uses for DCS Bios. Reading switch positions, reading instruments, and interacting with the cockpit (flipping switches for example). These help enable the use of 3rd party apps and utilities such as custom button boxes to talk to dcs. 
 

Some of the VA profiles require DCS Bios, but most do not. The readme file will clearly say if DCS Bios is required. 


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Do your profiles include a list that one can print out of the spoken commands? Looking to make a cheat sheet.

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22 hours ago, 72westy said:

Do your profiles include a list that one can print out of the spoken commands? Looking to make a cheat sheet.

So do, some dont. You can make your own by referencing the voiceattack readme and exporting the list.

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