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  1. Hello, I've tried to resolve this issue for some time but the 3D in-cockpit model for the NS430 does not appear in the C-101EB. The model appears in the C-101CC and all other aircraft, the 'Special' options are enabled for the C-101EB, the mission editor and main settings allow the NS430 (I tried front and rear seat) but the C-101EB cockpit never has the NS430. Using the keybinding shows the floating window with the NS-430, but it does not appear on the dash. I have already tried un-installing & re-installing the C-101 module, un-installing and re-installing DCS, and this issue has persisted across several versions (for at least 6 months now). I've attached the DCS.log and the mission file I used to test with. Sorry in advance if this should be directed to the NS430 subforum, since it only affects this one aircraft my first thought was to post here. Any help would be appreciated. Thank you. dcs.log gpstest.miz
  2. I'm hesitant to post in this thread but had a question about the capability of the NS430 and thought this might be the place to post it. Are there plans to have it integrate with the Mi-8's built-in HSI? It seems the manual provided by Belsimtek hints at this capability but it doesn't seem to work currently.
  3. Some "MENU" menus (like in AUX, among others) do not scroll back up when you scroll all the way down with the right knob, seem to get stuck on the bottom page. Apologies if I'm doing something wrong, but it also seems that creating a waypoint using the cursor on the map and pressing enter does not work as it's described in the manual, it always creates a waypoint that is 0 distance away.
  4. I may be wrong but I believe "Convoy attack mode" specifically looks for ships in a line broadside to the missile. The seeker seems pretty specific about certain things like this.
  5. It's a little difficult to describe, maybe someone will be able to describe it better but the way I see it is as if you were to take a slice out of a mountain, it'll show you that slice in black. The easiest way to start seeing it this way is to fly through valleys. It's not super useful just for flying over hilly terrain imo, but rather flying through relatively wide valleys in the dark. The black will represent a slice of the sides of the cliff, and the green in the middle will be the valley through which you can pass. See page 112 of the manual for more info, but roughly, Log (default) is good for making out targets on the ground, in mixed terrain, and Lin is better to sharply make out terrain features. Both amplification modes can be adjusted using the MKR knob. The manual says it gives you a close-up of an area on the radar for making out details more clearly, but exactly what area it is or how you adjust it I have never been able to determine. Perhaps it's a work-in-progress feature, or maybe someone else will chime in.
  6. Why does the MiG-21 radar automatically show up on the right screen but the Viggen's radar doesn't?
  7. I've been following the first and second RB-15 videos to the letter but can't seem to get them to hit their targets. The missiles seem to start tracking, then veer 90 degrees left or right approx. 5 KM from the target, then blow up. Any idea what I might be doing wrong?
  8. Is there a comprehensive list of all the addresses you can assign variables to or toggle in the CK? I looked through the manual and I can find some (e.g: to control dispersion battern of BK-90) but cannot find a complete list. If this is forthcoming I apologize for being impatient, the module is amazing!
  9. Having trouble with Mission 9, Pontiac 1-1 doesn't seem to even start up his engine. I confirm ready to roll, he says he's rolling, then as I taxi towards the runway there's some banter about the Tornados and F-16s, but he's still chillin in his hanger with RPM at 0%. Dying to get back into this campaign! I love it!
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