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ZQuickSilverZ

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  • Birthday 02/09/1972

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  • Flight Simulators
    DCS BlackShark
    Flaming Cliffs 2.0
    FSX
    X-Plane 9
    Vehicle Simulator
    IL2
    Enemy Engaged Commanche Vs Hokum
  • Location
    Tulsa
  • Interests
    Computers
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    Level 3 IP Network Tech

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  1. I used this link (.exe) to get the software (which I DID pay for so I don't consider it pirated). https://answers.microsoft.com/en-us/windows/forum/all/windows-10-ps3-eye-cam-sleh-00448-driver/99e039ce-551f-4e08-8387-31b9226b5751 https://archive.org/download/CLEyeDriver5.3.0.0341Emuline/CL-Eye-Driver-5.3.0.0341-Emuline.exe Use at your own risk.
  2. Warning for anyone trying to use a PS3 cam for OPEN TRACK. This company took my money and gave me a broken download link. The support page requires you to sign in. The sign in page has icons (that are not visible but are clickable) for various social media programs. By signing in with these services you allow Code Laboratories to monitor and manipulate your accounts, which is ridiculous. Do not buy this product because it doesn't work. This is an example of their ridiculous "authorization" to receive support.
  3. What is a wacom tablet. Do you mean taped to your actual thigh or your pilots in game thigh?
  4. I am looking for an AV-8B based squadron with loose requirements. I work 4/10s so I am only available on Fri/Sat/Sun. I am also a member of a rotary squadron and that will be my primary squadron if there is a scheduling conflict. I just wanted to be upfront about that. I know very little of the AV-8B but I have been practicing with it. Right now I am training with IR mavericks with some issues but I am gaining knowledge each day I train. My purpose for joining the squad is obviously to gain instruction and feedback (as well as share instruction and feedback) regarding the Harrier but also to fly with people that appreciate the airframe and want to maximize it's potential. I really rather only fly with a squadron dedicated to this specific airframe if possible. If not just this airframe than a very large focus on it. MY SETUP I have HOTAS, head tracking, and voice communication software. I own most of the maps. If I need one and don't have it I will buy it. I own the supercarrier. Anyway I hope to hear back soon.
  5. I am looking for an AV-8B based squadron with loose requirements. I work 4/10s so I am only available on Fri/Sat/Sun. I am also a member of a rotary squadron and that will be my primary squadron if there is a scheduling conflict. I just wanted to be upfront about that. I know very little of the AV-8B but I have been practicing with it. Right now I am training with IR mavericks with some issues but I am gaining knowledge each day I train. My purpose for joining the squad is obviously to gain instruction and feedback (as well as share instruction and feedback) regarding the Harrier but also to fly with people that appreciate the airframe and want to maximize it's potential. I really rather only fly with a squadron dedicated to this specific airframe if possible. If not just this airframe than a very large focus on it. I have head tracking (both optical/gyroscopic (switching to only gyroscopic soon) hybrid and VR. I have voice communication software (Discord, Ventrillo, TS3). I own most of the maps. If I need one and don't have it I will buy it. I own the supercarrier. I have a HOTAS (VKB GF3 MCE 200mm extension, VIRPIL VPC MongoosT-50CM2 Grip and VPC WarBRD Base, VPC MongoosT-50CM3 Throttle) and pedals (Thrustmaster TPR). Anyway I hope to hear back soon.
  6. I appreciate your feedback. As far as the rudder pedals this was not designed to scale. It was just a concept mockup. However I appreciate you pointing out that the rudder pedals needed to be further out. I had not considered a game chair but maybe I should. The center stick is designed to where the bar the mount is attached to can actually move up and down (and back and forth) as well as vertical adjustability of the mount itself. I currently use a 50 inch 4K TV for a monitor but I am going to downgrade that to a 40 inch 4K. 50 makes it difficult to read text sometimes. I do play in VR but some of my older sims do not support VR and I find the big screen immersive. My current setup is X-55 throttle, VKB GF3 MCE with 200mm extension, VIRPIL MongoosT-50CM2 Grip with WarBRD mount (both sticks mounted using Monstertech mounts complete with mouse extension and cup holder), 2 Thrustmaster MFD's (mounted with Monstertech side mounts) with 2 Kindle 7 inch tablets for screens, Elgato Stream Deck (mounted with Monstertech top mount), Oculus Quest 2, TrackIR 4 (soon to be replaced with LetIO gyroscopic head tracker), 50 inch 4K TV (soon to be replaced with 40 inch 4K TV), TPR Rudder pedals, VIRPIL Keyboard mount, and a stand alone tablet (using Monstertech top mount sometimes 10" Kindle Fire, sometimes 10" 2021 iPad, whatever I happen to grab, for tutorials, manuals, charts and such). That is pretty much my complete setup. I currently use an office chair with wheels. I plan on adding a VIRPIL Ka50 collective.
  7. This is a mock up of my new simpit design. The sticks and throttle are adjustable up/down, forward/aft. Only the left/right axis is not adjustable. The throttle quadrants are adjustable left/right, forward/aft. The collective is adjustable up/down, forward/aft. The seat is not fixed to the frame. I have not made up my mind rather I would like to attach the monitors to the frame or build a separate stand to minimize or eliminate movement and vibration being transferred to the displays. At this point my thoughts turn to arm rests (not currently modeled), with the one on the left side being fold up as to not interfere with the collective when flying helicopters, and speakers (also not currently modeled) attached to the back behind the chair. I really don't know if I am going to attach speakers because I am playing in VR more and more. I would of course play sims on flat panel from time to time but is it really worth the cost and effort to have surround sound for those titles? You will notice I do not have a keyboard. I really don't find it necessary. Between voice communication, Elegato Stream Deck, and voice control software do I really need one? I suppose I could mount a mini between the two flight sticks or off the right side arm rest. My Elgato Stream Deck is represented by the white boxes. They are attached using Monstertech topside mounts. In reality I will only have 1 Elgato Stream Deck. The right side will probably be a 10 inch tablet of some sort. The MFD's are attached using Monstertech side mounts with a 7 inch Kindle Fire behind them. At any rate I would like some feedback and suggestions. Please note this is NOT to scale. This is simply a mock up for the purpose of brainstorming design ideas. Also note the equipment used in the mockup (flight sticks, throttle, and pedals) was used for convenience and does not represent my actual equipment. However having different equipment should not impact the design.
  8. Can some tell me the command for this?
  9. What is selection 4 for? Lists at FM/HF but I only have 3 communication radios (1 AN/ARC-131, 2 AN/ARC-51BX, 3 AN/ARC-134, 4 ?).
  10. Maybe you should clear category for your axis and reset the controls.
  11. This is the finalized prototype. If you have any suggestions please speak now before I go too far down the rabbit hole.
  12. The Su25T has a number that appears in your HUD representing waypoints for airfields. Do the rest of the aircraft in Flaming Cliffs 3 use those same numbers or are they different per aircraft?
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