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Please make Radar elevation usable with rotary an option


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Eh, I recently reported that as a bug... From the controls section there is no way to tell it would behave that way. Adding my vote in this, would be nice QoL.

 

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The problem was asking for this as an option is that you can't use an absolute axis to control multiple sensors in the way that the Hornet is designed, everything will get out of sync.

 

For example if you were to use an absolute axis to change the radar elevation and then switch to the targeting pod, what happens with the zoom level when it doesn't match the axis position? 

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3 hours ago, Brun said:

The problem was asking for this as an option is that you can't use an absolute axis to control multiple sensors in the way that the Hornet is designed, everything will get out of sync.

 

For example if you were to use an absolute axis to change the radar elevation and then switch to the targeting pod, what happens with the zoom level when it doesn't match the axis position? 

I currently do this in the Viper. I have a slider for MAN RANGE (aka TGP zoom), and the same slider with a modifier key for radar elevation.  When they are out of sync it just stays that way until I touch the slider, then it just snaps to the updated position. Similar to how the throttle works on a hot start jet when you first spawn in. 

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I currently do this in the Viper. I have a slider for MAN RANGE (aka TGP zoom), and the same slider with a modifier key for radar elevation.  When they are out of sync it just stays that way until I touch the slider, then it just snaps to the updated position. Similar to how the throttle works on a hot start jet when you first spawn in. 
Well yeah, in the Viper man range and antenna elevation are axis in the Viper. In the Hornet the antenna elevation is a relative return to center axis, basically acts like a button push.

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20 minutes ago, Hulkbust44 said:

Well yeah, in the Viper man range and antenna elevation are axis in the Viper. In the Hornet the antenna elevation is a relative return to center axis, basically acts like a button push.

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I know all that. I can't tell what your point is.

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