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  1. Hello partners!. I have been flying the A10-C for a few months and when I have tested the A10-C II I have seen that the positions, by default, of the cameras when entering the cabin, when clicking "normal zoom" and "view center" are not the same than the original A-10C. This is very annoying to me, especially the new value of "normal zoom", since I was flying comfortably pressing the assigned key (Numpad Enter by default) and then the key to center the Track ir 5. I have looked at the files "views.lua "hosted in .... / Eagle Dynamics / DCS world OpenBeta / Mods / aircraft / A10C and A10C_2 and are the same. I have also looked at the file .... / users /....../ saved games / DCS.openbeta / config / view / snapviews.lua and the only camera configurations that come are for the A10A and A10C, not for the A10C2. Can anyone tell me how to put in the A10C 2 the same camera positions that come by default in the A10C. Thanks in advance.
  2. Thank you very much for spending part of your valuable time in pointing out what is a nuisance for me, although I repeat, it is not important (in general). Unfortunately, I realized that "lack of detail" as soon as I bought the module and entered the first training mission (and without the need to zoom), because I pay a lot of attention to those things, the "details" . And as you have very well taught in your video, the cabin and interior textures have absolutely spectacular detail even at maximum zoom. That is why the difference between this cabin and the outer fuselage stands out more. Obviously, it is much more important to complete other "more serious" characteristics of the module, which are related to the simulation. But for me, if in addition to the important thing, they also end up taking care of "those" little details, they will have my future purchase secure, because I am aware that it is a great module. I have the HeatBlur F-14 Tomcat and it is a fantastic module. Made with a true "obsession" in detail, as I like it!
  3. Congratulations, mate! In my case, "immersion" is as important as "simulation". The Viggen's fuselage is beautifully viewed from outside the cockpit. But, as also commented by "COBRA847", the pixel density of the fuselage texture is not "quality" enough to be completely sharp when you look from the cockpit to the closest part of the fuselage; resulting in the fuselage and rivets being slightly fuzzy and pixelated. http://www.mediafire.com/view/tb04ctsgnvo99ti/Viggen%20Fuselaje.jpg In the link that I have put an image of what I comment appears. Although in that image, made with my mobile, it is not appreciated as much as on a 27" screen and 2k resolution. If you look, for example, at the part where the protective glass dome is attached when you lower it to close the cabin, it is like the rest of the cabin, at a resolution much higher than that of the fuselage: the screws and other details are they are fully defined at very short distances. While, the exterior fusalaje, is seen, as I have said before, slightly blurred and the rivets and imperfections of the painting: pixelated I think the quality of the Viggen's textures are the best there is in DCS and I don't know if they can be further improved considering the DCS graphics engine. The fact is that, while in all the other modules that I have, 11 modules between planes and helicopters, the textures of the fuselage are at a sufficient distance from the cabin, to be completely defined. In the case of the Viggen, as I have already mentioned, these textures are very close, producing the aforementioned effect and which is very annoying to me. I understand that for most users, this small effect of lack of detail at close range, is completely irrelevant when it comes to enjoying the module, and I think it is normal. But unfortunately for me. It bothers me enough that I do not experience the pleasure of immersion, at the same level as the rest of my other modules.
  4. I am sorry to have to insist but, as I have commented in another part of the forum. I am very unhappy with the quality of the AJS-Viggen fuselage textures. It is true that, from the external view, these textures look very good. Which is very nice to take photos or videos of the plane or to play in easy mode (arcade) with external view. But, for those of us who play realistically, inside the cockpit, the texture resolution of the fuselage and, especially the rivets, look blurry and pixelated. This, which does not represent any simulation problem, directly affects the inmersion, giving rise to an unpleasant aesthetic effect, due to the difference in quality between the fuselage and cabin textures, which are great. My question is: Would it be possible for developers to increase the resolution of the fuselage textures so that they maintain quality at close range, as seen from the cockpit? Would it be possible, on the other hand, to carry out this increase in resolution through some modification of the texture files?
  5. Graphic quality is very important to me in games and simulators. I just bought this module (AJS-37 Viggen), after having enjoyed the magnificent F-14 Tomcat for a while. Unfortunately, I had never seen a video of the Viggen before my screen resolution (2k). I have to say, that seen the plane from outside (F2), this one looks fantastic. What is the problem?. Well, the textures of the rivets on the fuselage, seen from the cabin, look horrible, blurry and poorly defined. The lack of resolution of the fuselage, seen from close up, is very annoying. I would like to ask developers to put the option to increase the resolution of the fuselage of the plane, so that it does not lose quality in short distances. Because seeing it like this eliminates immersion. Especially for those users who are enthusiastic about graphic quality and who invest a significant amount of money in our PC's.
  6. Impresionante!. Tendrían que haber contratado a los autores para el SuperCarrier: ya estaría acabado!.
  7. I just found it by myself! But the effort is greatly appreciated! Has passed a year ago from the announcement!. But from what I read in the forum there is still no scheduled date for the implementation of the cabin: is it correct?
  8. Can you put the link where it is said that there will be an update of the cabin textures?. For me it would also be a reason to buy if there was any kind of update like that!
  9. Hello mates!. Next I go on to detail the steps to ensure that those of us who have acquired the DCS: NS 430 module, can use it immersively and realistically through a tablet or mobile (clickable) or on any secondary screen. And not like an ugly pop-up pop-up that always ends up annoying in the middle of the screen. Here is an example of what is intended to be achieved with this process: http://www.mediafire.com/view/pmy3fpf6vqqet4h/Garming NS 430.jpg The first step will be for those who want to link a mobile, tablet or other analog Android device to their computer via Wi-Fi: Download a program that allows you to configure the computer as a server and the secondary screen as a client. In my case, SPACEDESK, of which I leave you the link of the web page: https://spacedesk.net/ After installing it, access the Play Store of your Android device and download the same application. Once the Server is activated on the computer, and the client on the android, you have the secondary screen ready. Now go to the configuration of your operating system to verify that it has recognized the screen perfectly and place it, preferably, to the right of the main one (I have not tried other positions). The next step is to download the file that will have to be put in your DCS installation path, in the following folder: "dcs / Config / MonitorSetup /" Here is the file: http://www.mediafire.com/file/vwnohk...NS430.lua/file Now, you start the simulator and go to the configuration options and you have to modify the resolution and screen sections: In the Resolution section, put the new resolution that will have been created, which is a combination of the resolution of the two linked screens, in my case, the resolution of my main screen is 2560x1440 and that of the tablet is: 1280x800 and I gives the option to select this new resolution: 3840x1440. In the next section, "Monitors", select the one corresponding to the file you have downloaded. I pass a photo of my configuration, so that everything is clearer: http://www.mediafire.com/view/9ujz3r...%B3n%20DCS.jpg Once the simulator restarts, you will see the screen poorly adjusted, something like this: http://www.mediafire.com/view/ydbj7xlpp1ksodr/ SCREEN%201.jpg Now press ALT LEFT + ENTER so that the screen returns to its original format. Now load any mission with the desired aircraft that is compatible with the NS 430. Remember to check its box in the "Specials" menu. Once the mission is loaded and when you are in the cabin, press the shortcut to bring up the browser pop-up (by default ALT LEFT + SHIFT LEFT + B): After the previous step it will seem that nothing has happened, because the pop-up does not appear, well now press ALT LEFT + ENTER and this will appear: http://www.mediafire.com/view/467q89...NTALLA%202.jpg Now drag the browser to the center of the cabin, for example: http://www.mediafire.com/view/cclzg4...NTALLA%203.jpg And then press ALT LEFT + ENTER again: http://www.mediafire.com/view/lz4gsd...NTALLA%204.jpg And voilá ............... you can now drag the browser pop-up to the secondary screen (it will be black) and modify its size to your liking: http://www.mediafire.com/view/p2q3lw9s0x6t80c /PANTALLA% 205.jpg Sorry for the terrible quality of the photos, the flash and my prints, hahahahaha; but there was very bad lighting in my room and I wanted the perspective of the image to be seen with respect to the monitor. I hope I have expressed myself correctly in English and that the tutorial has been well explained. My native language is Spanish. I hope it will encourage you to use the NS 430, which seems quite interesting. Thanks also to CaptZeen: http://www.captzeen.com/helios/index.asp, because he is the creator of the file that makes it possible for the browser to work on the secondary screen. He did it to me and passed it to me after I contacted him on his Discord.
  10. Hola compañeros!. A continuación paso a detallar los pasos para conseguir que aquellos de nosotros que hayamos adquirido el módulo DCS: NS 430, lo podamos utilizar de manera inmersiva y realista a través de una tablet o movil (de manera clickable) o en cualquier pantalla secundaria. Y no como un feo pop-up despegable que siempre termina molestando en medio de la pantalla. Adjunto aquí un ejemplo de lo que se pretende conseguir con este proceso: http://www.mediafire.com/view/pmy3fpf6vqqet4h/Garming NS 430.jpg El primer paso será para aquellos que deseen vincular un móvil, tablet u otro dispositivo análogo android a su ordenador mediante wi-fi: Descargar un programa que permita configurar el ordenador como servidor y la pantalla secundaria como cliente. En mi caso, SPACEDESK, del cual os dejo el enlace de la pagina web: https://spacedesk.net/ Después de instalarlo, acceder a la Play Store de tu dispositvo Android y descargar la misma aplicación. Una vez activado el Servidor en el ordenador, y el cliente en el android, ya tenéis lista la pantalla secundaria. Ahora iros a la configuración de vuestro sistema operativo para verificar que éste ha reconocido la pantalla perfectamente y colocarla, preferentemente, a la derecha de la principal (no he probado otras posiciones). El siguiente paso es descargarse el fichero que habrá que poner en vuestra ruta de instalación de DCS, en la siguiente carpeta: "dcs/Config/MonitorSetup/" Aquí está el fichero: http://www.mediafire.com/file/vwnohkifk19suk7/2_monitors-NS430.lua/file Ahora, arrancáis el simulador y os vais a las opciones de configuración y tenéis que modificar los apartados de resolución y de pantalla: En el apartado de Resolución, poned la nueva resolución que se habrá creado, que es una combinación de la resolución de las dos pantallas vinculadas, en mi caso, la resolución de mi pantalla principal es 2560x1440 y la de la tablet es: 1280x800 y me da la opción de seleccionar esta nueva resolución: 3840x1440. En el siguiente apartado, "Monitores", selecciona el correspondiente al archivo que os habéis descargado. Paso foto de mi configuración, para que se vea todo más claro: http://www.mediafire.com/view/9ujz3rfmpv7gxvr/Configuraci%C3%B3n%20DCS.jpg Una vez que se reinicie el simulador, veréis la pantalla mal ajustada, algo parecido a esto: http://www.mediafire.com/view/ydbj7xlpp1ksodr/PANTALLA%201.jpg Ahora apretad ALT IZQ+ INTRO para que la pantalla recupere su formato original. Ahora cargad cualquier misión con el avión deseado que sea compatible con el NS 430. Recordad activar su casilla en el menú "Especiales". Una vez cargada la misión y cuando estéis en la cabina, presionar el acceso directo para que aparezca el pop-up del navegador (por defecto ALT IZQ + SHIFT IZQ+ B): Después del paso anterior parecerá que no ha pasado nada, pues el pop-up no aparece, bien ahora presionar ALT IZQ+ INTRO y os aparecerá esto: http://www.mediafire.com/view/467q89b8fqdfwjl/PANTALLA%202.jpg Ahora arrastrar el navegador hasta el centro de la cabina, por ejemplo: http://www.mediafire.com/view/cclzg4m0lruw1cl/PANTALLA%203.jpg Y después volver a presionar ALT IZQ+ INTRO : http://www.mediafire.com/view/lz4gsdwzmq8sn9t/PANTALLA%204.jpg Y voilá............... ya podéis arrastrar el pop-up del navegador a la pantalla secundaria (estará en negro) y modificar el tamaño de ésta a vuestro gusto: http://www.mediafire.com/view/p2q3lw9s0x6t80c/PANTALLA%205.jpg Disculpad por la pésima calidad de las fotos, el flash y mis huellas, jajajajajaj; pero había muy mala iluminación en mi habitación y quería que se viera la perspectiva de la imagen con respecto al monitor. Espero que os sirva para animaros a usar el NS 430, que parece bastante interesante. Agradecimientos también al CaptZeen: http://www.captzeen.com/helios/index.asp , porque él es el creador del archivo que hace posible que el navegador funcione en la pantalla secundaria. Me lo hizo y me lo pasó después de ponerme en contacto con él en su Discord.
  11. Tomorrow I will publish a guide to use the DCS NS 430 on a secondary display. Especially recommended to use with a tablet or a large mobile. You can change the size of the GPS on the secondary screen to taste and obeys the clickable screen.
  12. Tomorrow I will publish a guide to use the DCS NS 430 on a secondary display. Especially recommended to use with a tablet or a large mobile. You can change the size of the GPS on the secondary screen to taste and obeys the clickable screen.
  13. Por cierto. Mañana voy a publicar una guía para poder usar el DCS NS 430 en una pantalla secundaria. Especialmente recomendado usar con una tablet o un móvil grande. Se puede cambiar el tamaño del GPS en la pantalla secundaría al gusto y obedece a la pantalla clickable.
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