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First of all, congratulations on release. After all these years, we finally have a proper supersonic fighter in the sim. Thanks!

 

There are two little issues with the clock:

 

- It is a mechanical model, so the seconds needle should move constantly (several tiny moves per second).

 

- The upper dial is for counting "Flight Time" (wriemiapolieta). It should have two needles that show hours and minutes, unlike the lower dial which is a stopwatch and shows seconds and minutes. You activate the flight timer with the left knob and it iterates through three modes: reset (white flag), running (white+red flag), stopped (red flag).

 

Both Ka-50 and Mi-8 in DCS have the same type of the clock, so you can check them for reference.

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First of all, congratulations on release. After all these years, we finally have a proper supersonic fighter in the sim. Thanks!

 

There are two little issues with the clock:

 

- It is a mechanical model, so the seconds needle should move constantly (several tiny moves per second).

 

- The upper dial is for counting "Flight Time" (wriemiapolieta). It should have two needles that show hours and minutes, unlike the lower dial which is a stopwatch and shows seconds and minutes. You activate the flight timer with the left knob and it iterates through three modes: reset (white flag), running (white+red flag), stopped (red flag).

 

Both Ka-50 and Mi-8 in DCS have the same type of the clock, so you can check them for reference.

 

 

I was wondering about this, the flight timer and stopwatch don't seem to function at all. The left knob currently just seems to cycle between displaying 1, 2, or 3 white flags on the top face. The right knob doesn't seem to do anything though.

 

I'd like to be able to use as many in cockpit tools as possible for navigation.

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