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Guys, how big is the desire for having such a tutorial collection again?

 

I´m considering to recreate a Tutorial Collection, if not on a wiki so probably as some sort of representation on a seperate webside with deeplinks referring to respective YouTube Videos or Threads within the ED Forums. Would this be something the effort would worth?

 

 

Yes.

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Guys, how big is the desire for having such a tutorial collection again?

 

I´m considering to recreate a Tutorial Collection, if not on a wiki so probably as some sort of representation on a seperate webside with deeplinks referring to respective YouTube Videos or Threads within the ED Forums. Would this be something the effort would worth?

 

Yes, please.

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Guys, how big is the desire for having such a tutorial collection again?

 

I´m considering to recreate a Tutorial Collection, if not on a wiki so probably as some sort of representation on a seperate webside with deeplinks referring to respective YouTube Videos or Threads within the ED Forums. Would this be something the effort would worth?

 

I'm a new player, and definitely another yes please from me

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OK, a while ago I started already with such a project but havent continued much since then. I have written a large part of the basic websides frameset only without any relevant content yet. But I will be able to give some more information on the ongoing process quite soon.

 

More information to come in the coming few weeks.

 

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Guys, how big is the desire for having such a tutorial collection again?

 

 

 

I´m considering to recreate a Tutorial Collection, if not on a wiki so probably as some sort of representation on a seperate webside with deeplinks referring to respective YouTube Videos or Threads within the ED Forums. Would this be something the effort would worth?

Yes

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the new Website is taking shape

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the new Website is taking shape:

 

 

 

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More information to come soon

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the new Website is taking shape:

 

 

 

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More information to come soon

Whats the link?

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it's yet a way to go until its done, but for you guys to know that the website is on its way. I'm currently creating the basic structure which is almost done. It then needs to be linked to all available Modules. I'm also working on responsiveness for certain resolutions to make it also available on mobile devices as well.

 

More information will be available soon.

 

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it's yet a way to go until its done, but for you guys to know that the website is on its way. I'm currently creating the basic structure which is almost done. It then needs to be linked to all available Modules. I'm also working on responsiveness for certain resolutions to make it also available on mobile devices as well.

 

 

 

More information will be available soon.

Thanks mate.

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My website has been released, you can find the release thread in the respective Forum: https://forums.eagle.ru/showthread.php?p=3961128#post3961128

 

@ a Moderator or Nineline, please close this thread here, thx.

 

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Hoffman tutorial mission erratic controls

 

I loaded the mission for the Claus Hoffmann tutorial.

 

 

When in the A10C nothing works normal. When I move the stick to the right, it goes forward in the sim. Move stick to the left - nothing happens. Startup left engine as per instruction: nothing happens. Etc

 

 

I then loaded the mission in the mission editor, noticed A10A instead of A10C, changed it to A10C but no difference.

 

 

 

What is wrong?

 

 

In the DCS missions everything works fine. Other modules also work fine.

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I loaded the mission for the Claus Hoffmann tutorial.

 

 

When in the A10C nothing works normal. When I move the stick to the right, it goes forward in the sim. Move stick to the left - nothing happens. Startup left engine as per instruction: nothing happens. Etc

 

 

I then loaded the mission in the mission editor, noticed A10A instead of A10C, changed it to A10C but no difference.

 

 

 

What is wrong?

 

 

In the DCS missions everything works fine. Other modules also work fine.

 

sorry to hear about your issue, but this is the wrong forum for technical issues. From what I understand is that you haven´t set the axis properly, Try that again before climb into the cockpit.

 

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