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this is a known issue and already reported.

 

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On 4/3/2021 at 6:47 AM, nighthawk2174 said:

Yeah its not accurate to rlf but not a bug to how the game currently works.  I'd love to see this as well but its going to be a while before ED adds stuff like this.

 

Yeah, it's going to mandate a significant update to how RADARs work (i.e actually being attached to emitters) and having emitters on ships actually attached to a damage model zone.

 

It's going to be particularly bad for ships that don't have their RADARs properly defined (or even functional), the Arleigh-Burke, Ticonderoga and Supercarrier being notable examples. 

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