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Alright, if you came here looking for updates on planned modules, sorry but there is none outside of what was mentioned in the Q4 update. Major work is still on hold until we feel current modules have been finished. 

 

However moving on to the holidays, the team has been very hard at work on minor bugs and polishing features either not present, or had a stand-in system until the full system could be implemented. AS of today, these are the fixes that have been submitted to ED and are currently undergoing testing in Closed Beta. 

 

RAZBAM Changelog

AV-8B NA:
- Don't reset stick pitch position to centered when using keyboard commands to match behavior of other DCS aircraft
- SKID WCA no longer illuminates with parking brake engaged
- Aircraft will now taxi roll on idle power if brakes or parking brake is not applied or nozzle deflection is not used to control taxi speed
- Parking brake will now be engaged by default for all ground start missions
- Added F-14A to the RWR library
- Nozzle stop now moves in steps based on the lock locations
- Nozzle lever now will latch slightly around the hover stop to simulate hitting the hover stop
- Enabled show/hide VR body (and force stick and throttle visible when VR body enabled)
- Enabled mirrors clickable
- Enabled show/hide stick and throttle clickable
- Merged missing command definitions from keyboard to joystick
- Included Mission Route Plan page in the kneeboard.
- Bugifx: selected weapon box remains after store depleted
- Enabled: Mission Editor Waypoint Properties. Now it is possible to set a waypoint as target zone, IP and to define offsets


M-2000C
- Added F-14A to the RWR library
- Added F-14A to the RDI library
- Don't reset stick pitch position to centered when using keyboard commands to match behavior of other DCS aircraft
- Bugfix: TDC waypoint range and bearing info display condition
- Bugfix: HSI knob decrease value
- Bugfix: ADI "pôle" mode not working on INS failure
- Bugfix: PRET keeps blinking after alignment is finished and INS is set to NAV
- Bugifx: INS decimal value
- Bugifx: INS short alignment
- Bugfix: INS off has no impact
- Update: HUD altitude display conditions
- Update: HUD RS arrow display conditions
- Fix: External 3D Model.
- SELH behaviour improved
- Added VTB heading tape indicator behaviour
- Fix TDC position should reset to range 7.9 and azimuth 0 when switching from search mode to scan
- fix HUD RS Arrow update

 

Included with this post and attached is a description of the TOT or TTT for the Harrier. A new feature which will eventually be added to all of our modules either as a rudimentary system or integrated with the NAV system.

 

While we might not all get to spend time with our families this year, our thoughts and prayers are with you all. We're a family here so make sure to check in with your wing and make sure everyone is ok. Merry Christmas and a Healthy New Year to you all. Stay on top of 2021, stay on it's 6 and FOX 2.

Harrier Waypoint Properties.pdf

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Nice indeed, but I was secretly also hoping for the fuel cutoff and wpn fail fixes 😬

 

33 minutes ago, RAZBAM_ELMO said:

Included with this post and attached is a description of the TOT or TTT for the Harrier.

What do these 2 stand for? (Couldn't find those in the attached doc)

 


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Sounds good but, still very worried about the following 

 

Anything planned regarding

- antenna elevation speed

- 15 extra degrees, radar coverage on the left gimbal limit

- tdc inaccuracy on ppi display

- acm modes relocking previous contact

- boresight acm mode, elevation mismatching with the hud

 

those bug arrived with the MLO for over a year !

 

Thank you


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1 hour ago, RAZBAM_ELMO said:

Alright, if you came here looking for updates on planned modules, sorry but there is none outside of what was mentioned in the Q4 update. Major work is still on hold until we feel current modules have been finished. 

 

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4 hours ago, Old Sauveur said:

Sounds good but, still very worried about the following 

 

Anything planned regarding

- antenna elevation speed

- 15 extra degrees, radar coverage on the left gimbal limit

- tdc inaccuracy on ppi display

- acm modes relocking previous contact

- boresight acm mode, elevation mismatching with the hud

 

those bug arrived with the MLO for over a year !

 

Thank you

most of those have been passed over to ED as the team was unable to find a solution for them.

4 hours ago, DanielNL said:

Nice indeed, but I was secretly also hoping for the fuel cutoff and wpn fail fixes 😬

 

What do these 2 stand for? (Couldn't find those in the attached doc)

 

TTT= Time To Target

TOT= Time On Target

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Thanks for the update Elmo!

 

For the Mirage 2000, any plans to add further feedback sounds for the cockpit switches and buttons?

 

At the moment a majority of them make no sound at all when moved.

This is anything but a minor detail in a simulation where you have no "physical" feedback like you get IRL, so you dramatically need sound feedback to confirm your inputs.

 

And this is especially true for the Mirage where most switches and buttons are so tini-tiny and dark-painted compared to those big and shiny switches in the larger American-born cockpits...

 

PS: and btw, in its current state the HUD bomb CCRP release cue is inverted on the roll axis (left & right are inverted), Razbam is aware of this bug and is going to address it soon, right?

 

Amazing aircraft anyway, keep up the good work!

 

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Where's that ARBS/DMT stuff?

 

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On 12/5/2020 at 8:00 PM, Moos_tachu said:

Thanks for the update Elmo!

 

For the Mirage 2000, any plans to add further feedback sounds for the cockpit switches and buttons?

 

At the moment a majority of them make no sound at all when moved.

This is anything but a minor detail in a simulation where you have no "physical" feedback like you get IRL, so you dramatically need sound feedback to confirm your inputs.

 

And this is especially true for the Mirage where most switches and buttons are so tini-tiny and dark-painted compared to those big and shiny switches in the larger American-born cockpits...

 

PS: and btw, in its current state the HUD bomb CCRP release cue is inverted on the roll axis (left & right are inverted), Razbam is aware of this bug and is going to address it soon, right?

 

Amazing aircraft anyway, keep up the good work!

 

Moos

THe CCRP behaviour for the Mirage is correct, it seems backwards but is correct in its behaviour. As you see the indicator say rise on the left and lower in the right, think of it as you need to dip your wing in that direction to drag it back down rather than steer towards it. 

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18 hours ago, RAZBAM_ELMO said:

THe CCRP behaviour for the Mirage is correct, it seems backwards but is correct in its behaviour. As you see the indicator say rise on the left and lower in the right, think of it as you need to dip your wing in that direction to drag it back down rather than steer towards it. 

 

From my understanding, this is the opposite of IRL behaviour, actually.

It can be seen in IRL videos, the pilot makes corrections "into the wings":

 

Attack run @ 10'05":

https://www.ina.fr/video/CPC08003568

 

Attack run @ 28'35":

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=jL4uHt1V6-4

 

Explanation of the first video, quoting @jojo from another thread:

 

On 9/14/2020 at 12:00 AM, jojo said:

10'12" : first target designation, heading 223° (heading tape). The plane is drifting to the right. Heading increases to the right to 225° and the roll order is tilted to the left.

10'15" : second designation, reset of the roll order (level). During the pull up for release, the pilot correct into the roll order, not away from it (slight oscillation).

 

PS: And what about the absence of cockpit sounds? Razbam considers this is not an issue? 😇

 

Moos


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The thing is CCPL + PI is correct for roll guidance.

CCPL alone uses the same symbol but works in the opposite direction.

It doesn't really make sense to use the same symbol differently, it's confusing.

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Not to be a jerk and call BS, but where is all this? I have latest update , AFAIK. There is no VR pilot, there are no Special Waypoint Options in Mission Editor. Is this incoming at some later date, or am I missing something.
Thanks.
Incoming hopefully next update.

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2 hours ago, DmitriKozlowsky said:

Not to be a jerk and call BS, but where is all this? I have latest update , AFAIK. There is no VR pilot, there are no Special Waypoint Options in Mission Editor. Is this incoming at some later date, or am I missing something.

Thanks.

It's planned for next update on December 16th.

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Will the Mirage 2000C still receive the new sound package?

 

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