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  1. I own A-10C, I was under the impression that NTTR would be free if you owned A-10C. However, the A-10C module doesn't show up in the game, and I have no key to activate the NTTR with...
  2. I log into the game with my store account (which was already entered) but I have none of my modules active, how do I fix this? Also, the view is shifted upwards about 1/4 screen height, so I can't see the top 1/4 of the image, and I can't find any options.... what's going on? Edit: View problem solved, Alt+Enter to get to full screen, then changed the resolution which was set for my old screen, now I can get to the option button (had forgotten it was at the top of the screen). But I cannot log into the module manager "no internet connection"... EDIT 2: Modules are working now, probably only servers that were under a bit of stress before.
  3. Good carrier ops is obviously very important for the Hornet, so I'm hoping that the Hornet module brings more developed carriers so that you can have good communication with the carrier tower, start below deck, ride the elevator and so on :)
  4. Hmm.. it's not out yet, I might have time to make some repair soldering to my Warthog. For the third time :(
  5. No problem Wags, you and your guys probably need some rest too, you sure earned it.
  6. I bought the A-10C beta in 2010, but the product doesn't show up in my profile.
  7. How are you testing the function in the game? Have you tried mapping the buttons in the settings (under the correct section)?
  8. So what if the "author" would like to sell his missions? Is that also up to the author? Personally I'd want my missions to be used, changed and re-used, my only wish would be that I'd be credited as the original author.
  9. Pfff.... the Hornet is so far away that it'll be arcade when it's finally released :harhar:
  10. I always end up thinking of Dr. Strangelove when WW3 is discussed. A funny movie, sure, but quite scary too. And you never know what will happen if things keep going as they do...
  11. Just roll out your plane, put on a new coat of wax and buff it up to a shine and that thing can't touch you.
  12. 1. Yes, but likely only for high fidelity projects 2. No. 2b. For MiG-21 it seemed like it would be made anyway so I didn't feel like I needed to pledge. For the F-35 I just have no interest in that aircraft, I want used and proven aircraft that could realistically (and somewhat fairly) be pitted against each other in historical or hypothetical scenarios. 3. Renders, model inside game, working systems. Seeing is believing. 4. It really would depend on the modelled aircraft and how much I believed in it being properly made, but my max pledge would probably be around $50.
  13. ...anyway, the Kickstarter project is moving pretty slow is it not?
  14. I'll make a comment on this thread in the form of an image: :smilewink:
  15. Multiplayer's going to be fun... :noexpression: :( :cry:
  16. That would be great, but I'm not going to get my hopes up.
  17. Not really. But when I do have an opinion about something I don't hold back, you don't have to worry about that ;) Please, don't put words in my mouth. When did I say that I prefer the Warthog over the Huey? When did I say that I don't find value in a good flight model? My comment about the pricing of the UH-1H was a response to a response of my post where I guessed that the new modules would be $40. The guy responding to me wrote that it was the same price as A-10C but with only a fraction of the content. I then responded with the price of the UH-1H and stating that that module also has less content than the A-10C, thus showing that module content does not have a direct impact on module pricing. So, whatever you think, I don't really have an opinion on the pricing strategy. But I would be surprised if the F-15C and Su-27S modules ends up as cheap as $10-$15 like some people seems to think is fair.
  18. That's right, $60 for the die hard fans, $40 for the regular Joe :lol:
  19. I don't really have an opinion on the matter. I'm just stating what I know, the Huey cost $50, although it's arguably less advanced, and as such should take less time to develop than a fighter aircraft that has computers, other advanced systems and radar.
  20. Better graphical effects will likely not arrive before the new graphics engine EDGE, release date unknown.
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