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  1. Set Vertical Sync to Off in nVidia control panel I read another post that suggested resetting DCS specific application settings in Nvidia control panel. After doing the reset and troubleshooting, it appears the issue is linked to the Vertical Sync setting. I have to set it to Off to avoid flickering.
  2. After the latest DCS update was installed, the MFD's on my second monitor are flickering and moving the cursor on an MFD on the exported monitor is laggy. I didn't change any video settings. I would appreciate any suggestions. I am using Samsung Q80T as main monitor, setup for fixed refresh. Sceptre 20" is my secondary monitor. I set the secondary monitor refresh at 60HZ. I would appreciate any suggestions. Here is the lua file: _ = function(p) return p; end; name = _('Camera+sceptre'); Description = 'Used with sceptre monitor' -- The sceptre is positioned at the right, top of the main monitor in windows settings. -- Main screen: 3840 x 2160 -- Small monitor: 1600 x 900 Viewports = { Center = { x = 0; y = 0; width = 3840; height = 2160; viewDx = 0; viewDy = 0; aspect = 3840/2160; } } MFD_dims = { width = 1600 / 3 - 120; height = 400; } -- at left edge of secondary LEFT_MFCD = { x = 3840; y = 500; width = MFD_dims.width; -- 1600 / 3- 120; height = MFD_dims.height; -- 900/2 - 50; } -- at right edge of secondary RIGHT_MFCD = { x = (3840 + 1600) - MFD_dims.width; --(1600/3 - 120); y = 500; width = MFD_dims.width; -- 1600 / 3 - 120; height = MFD_dims.height; -- 900/2 -50; } -- bottom center of secondary CENTER_MFCD = { x = 3840 + (1600/2) - (1600/3-120)/2; y = 900 - 400; width = MFD_dims.width; -- 1600/3 - 120; height = MFD_dims.height; -- 400; } -- top area between two tablets TOP_AREA = { x = CENTER_MFCD.x + MFD_dims.width / 4 - 5; y = 0; width = 210+20; height = MFD_dims.height - 150; } KNEEBOARD = { x = 0; y = 2160 - 800; width = 600; height = 800; } UIMainView = Viewports.Center GU_MAIN_VIEWPORT = UIMainView
  3. Thank you for continuing work and support ctytler! Regarding the future path, I would love to have a Helios/DCS-BIOS version. This would enable people to use your Streamdeck plugin and DCS-UFC together.
  4. When I switch to external view (F2, etc...), I am getting what appears to be external view show up inside the viewports of my MFDs. I suspect this is causing lag in external views. Here is my monitor setup: [img]https://i.imgur.com/5m5yJyp.png[/img] The view in DCS when in external view][img]https://i.imgur.com/na9yEA1.png[/img] Here is my monitor.lua: _ = function(p) return p; end; name = _('Camera+sceptre'); Description = 'Used with sceptre monitor' -- The sceptre is positioned at the right, top of the main monitor in windows settings. -- Main screen: 3840 x 2160 -- Small monitor: 1600 x 900 Viewports = { Center = { x = 0; y = 0; width = 3840; height = 2160; viewDx = 0; viewDy = 0; aspect = 3840/2160; } } MFD_dims = { width = 1600 / 3 - 120; height = 400; } -- at left edge of secondary LEFT_MFCD = { x = 3840; y = 500; width = MFD_dims.width; -- 1600 / 3- 120; height = MFD_dims.height; -- 900/2 - 50; } -- at right edge of secondary RIGHT_MFCD = { x = (3840 + 1600) - MFD_dims.width; --(1600/3 - 120); y = 500; width = MFD_dims.width; -- 1600 / 3 - 120; height = MFD_dims.height; -- 900/2 -50; } -- bottom center of secondary CENTER_MFCD = { x = 3840 + (1600/2) - (1600/3-120)/2; y = 900 - 400; width = MFD_dims.width; -- 1600/3 - 120; height = MFD_dims.height; -- 400; } -- top area between two tablets TOP_AREA = { x = CENTER_MFCD.x + MFD_dims.width / 4 - 5; y = 0; width = 210+20; height = MFD_dims.height - 150; } KNEEBOARD = { x = 0; y = 2160 - 800; width = 600; height = 800; } UIMainView = Viewports.Center GUI = UIMainView Any suggestions appreciated. Any suggestions appreciated. Any suggestions appreciated.
  5. Thank you. Downloading latest script fixed the issue.
  6. Mirage 2K PPA panel - not showing game values: I am able to press the button on the PPA that's on my tablet and it is registered in game. For instance if I press "D", the indicator will move to "D" in game, but there will be no change on the tablet's screen. Another example, it doesn't display P MIS or TOT. However, pressing the right area changes them in the game. I tried PCA on the same table and it works correctly. I am having the same issue with Hornet's right panel. I have four tablets and the same behavior is across all four the Mirage PPA and Hornet Right panel. Please advice.
  7. What about locating the player's plane from the map that follows "Briefing menu", not the full fledged editor?
  8. Just a follow up: having a deadzone on my slew axis did fix it.
  9. In a complex mission with a lot of blue ships/waypoints, how can I easily locate my airplane to tweak loadout, etc...
  10. Is it possible to have the MFD export always on, without the need to press 'MFD Export" key press. So it behaves like Hornet/Viper.
  11. Hello, I have 3 kindle fires that have been unlocked and have google play store installed. 2 function fine with DCS-UFC. The third one is able to send commands to DCS, however, it's unable to adjust its display based on DCS. For example, if I have Viper's DED displayed on that tablet, the screen is blank. However, if I display ICP and press any button, the same button is being pressed in game. How can I troubleshoot/fix this issue? ETA: I did two things (not sure which one fixed it): 1. I removed the Export-Scripts line from my export.lua 2. In DCS-UFC/config.lua, I swapped the settings between 4th and 3rd device.
  12. Steam version, open beta, latest update. A2G master mode, bomb, ccrp selected. TGP as SOI. I am able to slew it. However, TMS right, doesn't go into area track - nothing happens on the TGP. TMS up doesn't go into point track, nothing happens on the TGP. Only TMS Down appears to work by resetting the TGP to the waypoint. f-16 no tgp point-area.trk
  13. I switched to outputting my MFD's to a secondary monitor and noticed another issue. The font of the MFDs in the Harrier is different and less legible than the font in the Viper/Hornet/A-10. Here are some photos: Harrier:
  14. I have a 20" 1600x900 monitor. I divided it into 3 areas, each 433 wide x 400 high to output MFDs. However, the images definitely lack the clarity / sharpness of my main 4k monitor. Would getting a higher resolution monitor or even a small 8" high res monitor result in better image? I may have also discovered an issue with the Harrier - the fonts look much worse than Hornet/A-10, almost unreadable: Here is what the Hornet looks like:
  15. Figured it out! My in game resolution was incorrect. I had to set to 4560 x 2160 and rotate the secondary display in windows settings.
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