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  1. I find the mouse works in external views to rotate camera views. The scrollwheel zooms in and out. Is that what you're after?
  2. It's probably to do with your router and whether it supports hairpinning. From Wikipedia: --- Hairpinning is where a machine on the LAN is able to access another machine on the LAN via the external IP address of the LAN/router (with port forwarding set up on the router to direct requests to the appropriate machine on the LAN). --- If your router doesn't support this then it's likely your gaming PC can't "see" your server because they're on the same network and sharing the external IP adddress. However, others can see and connect to it when they view the multiplayer server list. To connect to it yourself, I found you can do so by using the local IP address of the server appended with the port e.g.
  3. At least in two years it’ll be time for an upgrade to whichever brand is the least evil Sent from my iPad using Tapatalk
  4. Thanks for the thorough reply! Sent from my iPad using Tapatalk
  5. Ah, it was a sling load that I assumed would show up somewhere as being “on board” even though it is of course not inside the helo. I didn’t realize I could load internal cargo. Perhaps I need to read the briefing more carefully. However when I dropped my sling load at the clinic it didn’t add to the clinic’s supplies total. Sent from my iPad using Tapatalk
  6. Tried the latest version. Flew in bad weather which was a nice challenge. Picked up a cargo load at the factory: 1. Did not show in the cargo status menu item. ie it said I had 0kg onboard 2. After I dropped it at Katusi West (in the zone) the supplies did not get added to the clinic’s totals Also after I rescued some units, their icons stayed on the map like an overlay. It was very weird. If I moved the map, they stayed in the same position on screen. Not sure if a DCS bug or a problem with mission scripting. Thank you for your continued work! [emoji1303] Sent from my iPad using Tapatalk
  7. It’s interesting how on Jersey and Guernsey (and _kinda_ on Alderney) there are “cleared” areas with no hedgerows where the real life airports are [emoji3166] Sent from my iPhone using Tapatalk
  8. Bug: two of us took the Huey slots at Mestia. The second spawned onto same slot as first. Boom! Thanks Sent from my iPad using Tapatalk
  9. Hey SickSpider, I stumbled on a workaround for this. When you're receiving the direction/distance prompts, just open up the comms menu. This then pushes down the message to just above the dashboard (well, in VR in the Huey at least). It makes trying to keep an eye on everything a lot easier.
  10. I noticed that if a player changes helos then their old one becomes "abandoned" and turns into a new rescue mission. This can be odd if it happens on a FARP landing pad. Perhaps just remove units that are left at an appropriate place (airfield or medical center). As nibula suggested, maybe auto-spawning of missions would also be good. Thanks again.
  11. Hi Guys I’ve been flying a couple evenings on the server and it’s great fun. As mentioned above, it would be nice to have some kind of civilian mod to give some variety e.g. car crashes, lost hikers, heart attacks, women in labor. At the moment there’s a lot of stranded soldiers and a LOT of downed choppers! It’s dangerous flying out there [emoji23] I had a slight accident and ripped off my Huey’s skids. I managed to land at a FARP and request repair. I got a “copy” from the ground crew but no repair was made. Is that normal or a bug? Keep up the great work. I’m excited to see how things develop. Sent from my iPad using Tapatalk
  12. I had this exact problem yesterday. Are your gaming PC and server on the same local network? If so it’s likely your router can’t handle NAT loopback which is a way for one computer (your gaming pc) to go “out” from the local network and then come back “in” to the same ip on port 10308 (to the server). I couldn’t see my server on the multiplayer server list but could connect directly by using the server’s *local* network address e.g. Then I asked some guys I fly with if *they* could see it on the multiplayer list and they could! So, if you have your port forwarding/firewall set up and you can connect locally AND your server is showing in your account profile page on the DCS site, the chances are it’s up, running and visible to the world. Sent from my iPad using Tapatalk
  13. 2900 arrived and installed. Works great. Thanks!
  14. Order 2900 shipped! *Does happy dance around the room*
  15. I'm seeing flames in the cockpit, just above the temp/pressure gauges.
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