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Have you ever asked yourself during flight how to reset hung store indication?

Have you ever wondered why your GBUs wont drop when you pickle?

Ever wondered where are your pilot log data files?

 

Here is little tips&tricks document for your use...Print it as multiple pages per sheet (2*A5 format and use it in your own A5 kneepad)..Pictures later..

 

Feel free to post your own instructions here and if i have time i will add them to pdf document...

 

Note: This is a collection of other people tutos, gathered in one document. Thanks to WarriorX and others whose great tutorials gave me an idea to create condensed tutorial.

 

Note* Pdf file updated 05.07.2011

(corrected page allignement, added info about authors (kind of)).

A-10 DCS tips.pdf


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Great idea. Now I have a quick reference on how to fix hung store. Never had to do it yet..hehe

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hreich, you cut and pasted from my Tutorial on Coordinate Entry.

 

Using others work verbatim without giving credit is bad form. And then to call it your tips and tricks document...

 

At least state in your PDF that this is a condensation of WarrorX's Tutorial....and then a link to the original document.

 

I put a lot of hard work in those Tutorials, and I would hope you would understand my request.

 

Please address this.

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hreich, you cut and pasted from my Tutorial on Coordinate Entry.

 

Using others work verbatim without giving credit is bad form. And then to call it your tips and tricks document...

 

At least state in your PDF that this is a condensation of WarrorX's Tutorial....and then a link to the original document.

 

I put a lot of hard work in those Tutorials, and I would hope you would understand my request.

 

Please address this.

 

:music_whistling: Seriously hreich I think another whole page for all your references would have been a nice edition to your handy little guide.

 

Referencing a Term Paper

 

 

  • 1 Title your reference page Works Cited and center it in the middle of the page. Do not underline or place the title in quotation marks. Make sure your reference page is a separate page at the end of your term paper, but numbered consecutively after the last page of your paper.
     
     
  • 2 Enter citations in alphabetical order. Double-space all separate citations, but do not put spaces between lines of the same entry. Indent the second line and all subsequent lines of all citations. For in-text citations, put the author's last name and the page number in parentheses, separated by a comma.
     
     
  • 3 Use italics or underlining for film, book and magazine titles. Use quotation marks for the titles of shorter works, such as poems, short stories and magazine or newspaper articles.
     
     

 

 

Oh btw I'd like to reference ehow.com for this partial list. :megalol:

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Just a personal opinion, but I wouldn't start adding in pictures. Keep it short and sweet.

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I just edited my first post....

 

Sorry...

 

 

hreich, you cut and pasted from my Tutorial on Coordinate Entry.

 

Using others work verbatim without giving credit is bad form. And then to call it your tips and tricks document...

 

At least state in your PDF that this is a condensation of WarrorX's Tutorial....and then a link to the original document.

 

I put a lot of hard work in those Tutorials, and I would hope you would understand my request.

 

Please address this.

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The file still look the same as it used to including this which I had wondered about before. Was this in a beta version because I only have the released version I have never seen this directory or these files. Just curious.

 

You can play several replay demo tracks that are included with the game. After pressing the



Replay button from the Main Menu, direct the browser to: (drive letter of game

install/DCS A-10C/Missions/Tracks/Demo

 

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added to the Tutorial Colletion on DCS Wiki and ED Wiki. Category: DCS: A-10C Warthog Specials , subcategory: Quick Information about certain things.


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I just edited my first post....

 

Sorry...

 

hreich,

You need to give credit to the original authors within the document, not just in the forum!

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Here's how to enter BULLSEYE offsets into the CDU via the UFC.

 

1. Select CDU on right MFD

2. On UFC press (FUNC) once then (4 OFST)

3. Change INIT POSIT to BULLSEYE on MFD CDU page by

pressing FUNC once & press SEL rocker - / down Once

4. Rotate STEER PT Dial on AAP to MISSION

5. When you receive a Bullseye call e.g 146/36

....a. On UFC enter 146036 (Note the use of extra zero in front of 36)

....b. Press OSB 8 MH/DIS

....c. Press OSB 9 to display the information as indicated Waypoint.

6. Select NEW Bullseye created WP in HUD (STEER+- or HOTAS).

 

Note: The entered Bullseye bearing will change once entered, this is due to Mag Variation & is correct.

 

(absolutely no credit necessary for this as I'm sure its in some official manual somewhere, I didn't invent it & have absolutely no Ego to stoke.)


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S77th-Mustang --> I added some info about authors in pdf file, as per your instructions...

Druid - thanks for you contribution...i added your section inside pdf

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hreich - thanks for putting together all of the tips.

 

I appreciate recognizing others' intelletcual content. Me thinks you should identify the originators in the pdf..., too.

 

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