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I have the base module installed. I have the SA342 module installed. Both show in the module manager but I don't seem to be able to make any of it work at all. Unfortunately, there seems to be no guidance at all on installation/troubleshooting ....

I'm presuming that there should be an icon along the bottom of the home screen? ... and an entry in the "Special" tab? I'm not sure ... but there isn't.

 

Have tried uninstalling them, reinstalling in a different order, uninstalling any mods etc but with no luck. I can't find any associated key bindings anywhere either.

 

Anyone any good ideas?


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1 hour ago, Meyomyx said:

I have the base module installed. I have the SA342 module installed. Both show in the module manager but I don't seem to be able to make any of it work at all. Unfortunately, there seems to be no guidance at all on installation/troubleshooting ....

 

Anyone any good ideas?

 

What do you have installed ?

 

• 2D NS430 Module https://www.digitalcombatsimulator.com/en/shop/modules/ns430/

• SA 342 Gazelle Module https://www.digitalcombatsimulator.com/en/shop/modules/gazelle/

 

With these installed you should have an "Options>Special>NS430" tab and be able to use "LShift+LAlt+B" to open the 2D NS 430 pop-up while in the Gazelle.

 

There is an optional module to add a NS 430 3D model to the Gazelle i.e. to use in VR, you'll need the base 2D NS 430 for it to work.

 

https://www.digitalcombatsimulator.com/en/shop/modules/ns430_sa342/


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Ahhh:) i'm a little bit disapointed.

Why using NS430 on the Gazelle?

NADIR is not enough,that you need a stuff doing same things.?

I mean both are system GPS.(global positionning system)

They do not use the same technology, but the result and the job are the same.

Sorry but i think it will be easier to learn the NADIR.

The system is fully functional.

I say it friendly


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6 minutes ago, cromhunt said:

Sorry but i think it will be easier to learn the NADIR.

The system is fully functional.

I mean, yes, that is a pretty huge difference and distinction between the two systems. :laugh:

 

It's getting a bit shameful at this point that they keep releasing these integration packs while not having touched the base module in, what? Two years? That's a very long time for leaving it in the state it is in…

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