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 wen switching to ccip or gun the tgp is not tracking the stpt any more and there don't seam to be any way to get the tgp to start tracking the stpt again this is very annoying   is there a way to change that or it just because the plane is alpha version 

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2 hours ago, jppsx said:

 wen switching to ccip or gun the tgp is not tracking the stpt any more and there don't seam to be any way to get the tgp to start tracking the stpt again this is very annoying   is there a way to change that or it just because the plane is alpha version 

The TGP always follows the TD box/pipper. This means that when you are in strafe/CCIP the TGP will follow the pipper, and not the steerpoint. In CCRP the tgp will follow the TD box, and not the steerpoint, but the steerpoint is slewed to the TD box so you won't notice it.
There is nothing you can do to make the TGP look at the steerpoint in these modes.

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5 minutes ago, jppsx said:

so there is any way to keep the tgp pointed on the target ?

No. Best thing to do is to approach the target in CCRP and when you have a visual on the target, press MSL STEP on the stick to switch to CCIP. Then when you've dropped your bombs you press MSL STEP again to return to CCRP and you're TGP will move back to the target. IIRC you can use MSL STEP in A-G mode to switch to GUN as well as CCIP and CCRP.

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