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TacticalError

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  1. I really want to see this digital camo for the hind. Looks so cool.
  2. I would absolutely love some infantry improvement. Here is a list of things I would like to see. -Better infantry models (I hope the backseat gunners on the hind will look like actual russian soldiers and not whatever the mi-8 ones are) -Better animations. -Duck for cover under fire. -Make them less accurate. -Give them actual small arms rounds, not 20mm HE shells. -Take more splash damage from HE cannon shells. Maybe if explosions are going off near them their aim would be way off or they would fall over and stand up. Also why are there so many tracers?
  3. I noticed this issue with the Mi-8 free flight mission, loading it for the first time the lighting seems normal. If you exit and press fly again, the lighting is way too bright.
  4. The A-10 hotas functions were changed to a more realistic set of hotas commands. According to SMEs the hotas commands are now like they are in the real bird and there is no boresight function in real life. LSS toggle is now china hat aft short, tms right long now makes previous markpoint spi. It's odd at first, but now I find the hotas commands make more sense and are easier to use than previously.
  5. I made a thread about it on here, I have no clue how to link to it so here it is: Some explanation: -Profiles are per device so you need to create one file for each device. -You need to create a separate file for "keybinds" and "axis commands" (I do axis manually, it's easier and you can make sure everything is right) -Make sure the correct column is highlighted when saving or loading a profile -You can save profiles for each device, then go load them, you don't immediately need to go load it after saving. -Name the files so you remember which one it was for example name them "a10throttle.diff.lua", "a10joystick.diff.lua"... -You can delete these files after you are done, but I recommend keeping them if you accidentally clear keybinds or reset them to default. 1 Go to "Settings" -> "Controls" select "A-10C Real" 2 Highlight any keybind under "Keyboard" (So that the keyboard column is highlighted) 3 Press "Save profile as", name the file and save it to a folder that you can find later (the default one it opens to is fine, it will always open the same one) 4 Then select "A-10C II Real" 5 (Same as step 2) Highlight any keybind under "Keyboard" (So that the keyboard column is highlighted) 6 Press "Clear category" to make sure no keybinds overlap and do weird things 7 (Same as step 2) Highlight any keybind under "Keyboard" (So that the keyboard column is highlighted) 8 Press "Load profile" locate and select the file you named in step 3 Done, repeat the process for other devices.
  6. Hi, I have seen multiple people struggle with transferring keybinds. Here is one easy and simple way to do it. I believe you can do this via .lua files, but I'm not an expert on those and I'm going to leave that to the lua wizards. Some explanation: -Profiles are per device so you need to create one file for each device. -You need to create a separate file for "keybinds" and "axis commands" (I do axis manually, it's easier and you can make sure everything is right) -Make sure the correct column is highlighted when saving or loading a profile -You can save profiles for each device, then go load them, you don't immediately need to go load it after saving. -Name the files so you remember which one it was for example name them "a10throttle.diff.lua", "a10joystick.diff.lua"... -You can delete these files after you are done, but I recommend keeping them if you accidentally clear keybinds or reset them to default. 1 Go to "Settings" -> "Controls" select "A-10C Real" 2 Highlight any keybind under "Keyboard" (So that the keyboard column is highlighted) 3 Press "Save profile as", name the file and save it to a folder that you can find later (the default one it opens to is fine, it will always open the same one) 4 Then select "A-10C II Real" 5 (Same as step 2) Highlight any keybind under "Keyboard" (So that the keyboard column is highlighted) 6 Press "Clear category" to make sure no keybinds overlap and do weird things 7 (Same as step 2) Highlight any keybind under "Keyboard" (So that the keyboard column is highlighted) 8 Press "Load profile" locate and select the file you named in step 3 Done, repeat the process for other devices.
  7. As title says, if you look directly qt the boresight cross on the hud when in guns master mode the hmcs will appear, this is very confusing during a gunrun and obstrucks the crosshair.
  8. Flare and chaff buckets not correct Chaff only dispenses from the right wingtip and the left centerline buckets. Flares only dispense from Right centerline buckets. nothing comes out of the left wing buckets.
  9. I noticed today that our current A-10 doesn't have axis commands for controlling the volume of radios, rwr, tacan... Will we get new axis controls with the upgrade to use button boxes to control radio and rwr volume? Thanks.
  10. I played around with settings more and have gotten to the conclusion that it must be related to shadows, the only 2 things that help with the problem are: Turning shadows to flat (Looks bad but the problem goes away) or turning shadows to medium instead of high, this makes it so the FPS doesn't fall to 30-40 rather 70-80, so it almost fixes it. Rest of it is probably just high detail textures rendering in. My suggestion in terms of a permanent fix would be to make a separate setting for shadow quality on trees.
  11. Point 1: Yeah, english isn't my primary language. What I meant was low FPS/performance, generally when playing games in our group we tend to say "lag" to all sorts of performance issues. Point 2: i7 isn't the best in all cases... my i5-10600k matches a i7-9700k and can outperform a i9-9900k in some areas... I would say my CPU is on the beefier side of the spectrum.
  12. I get really bad performance when I go low altitude in a forest (as an example just taking a right turn in the F-16 freeflight and going below 600ft agl) I go from 90-100 Fps to around 40 Fps, I belive it renders shadows at insane detail for hundreds of trees. I don't think this amount of detail is needed when flying at 600kts. The lag can be avoided by turning terrain shadows to flat, but that makes the game look really bad in the forests. I suggest an option to choose the distance at which shadows render at really high detail so helicopters can still enjoy beautiful shadows up close. I am not sure if the trees themselves getting higher resolution is a problem, since it almost goes away by turning shadows to flat. I run a RTX 2070 Super, 32gb of DDR4 ram and a i5-10600k, DCS is installed on a M.2 NVMe SSD. Here are my settings:
  13. It seems for example, the Tomcat does not have any of this. I would like to see a graphic option to completely disable this, since I find it pretty annoying. Edit: It seems the tomcats cauges have this issue. Also the F/A-18 doesn't have this issue in the cockpit, but still has this in the bottom of the aircraft.
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