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No MFD's or HUD on Stable Release? Multi-monitor setup.


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I have just installed the Stable version for the first time and the Viper (along with a few other modules). 

 

I have a 4 screen setup with a 3440 x 1440 monitor and 3 x Cubesim 800 x 600 LCD's for the MFD's.

 

When i run a mission, at the mission start prior to clicking on Fly the HUD and MFD's are visiible and functional (behind the Briefing screen) but when i click Fly and the briefing screen disappears so does the HUD and the MFD's displays?  This is both on the main monitor and on the external LCD's?

 

Everything works fine when i fly in Open Beta on Viper and all other jets.  Problem only affecting Viper in Stable.

 

Any ideas guys?

 

Thanks.

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Strange. Are you sure you are not in "Game" mode?

LeCuvier

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Thanks for the tips guys, i checked those things you mentioned but the answer was actually very simple! 

 

I had only tried the IA mission called Close Air Support with the Viper.  The bug seems to exist only on that mission, all other Viper missions work fine just the way they should.

 

So there's something amiss with that mission, at least on my system anyway?  I wonder if anyone else has experienced it?

 

Thanks.

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Use a zip program, like 7-zip to open the mission file and see if it contains an options file that is controlling what you see. If there is, it will over ride your game settings and can be viewed and edited with NotePad ++.

Good Luck! :cool:

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@Dauntless

 

Thanks i'll check that out!

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@Dauntless

 

Yes, opening the .miz file in 7zip and altering the monitor setup values in the options fixed it straight away.  The file wasn't reflecting my correct desktop resolution/aspect ratio or the special monitorsetup config file i have to enable the 3 Cubesim MFD's.

 

It works fine now, thanks for the info.

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