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  1. Same, encountered the same problems with No. 1 engine. Also occurred while trying this with simplified (automated) controls, so the temps should have been controlled by the AI. (unless you've implemented a random malfunction?). I resolved it by restarting the mission again as a temp fix??? Anyway...… Missions still look promising. A Seriously PITA aircraft to taxi to the flight line and take off with....(written whilst recovering from the last gazillion ground loop's )
  2. Thanks, looking forward to giving it a whirl.
  3. @Buzz, Totally understand what your saying about design however, I'm not talking about clogging the cockpit up per say, I am however, saying that there should be some smoke residue emitting from the the breech end. As you've stated by factual armaments, More-so there are 4 x small arms calibre in a confined space, (dependent on current military terms as to what is considered under the category of small arms calibre) with oiled / greased mechanisms, will create smoke residue even inside of the cockpit and with a scavenger / filter system engaged. Not all powder smoke is / can be extracted via the design through the ejection chutes. Anyway, the teams achievement thus far is excellent.
  4. Great vid, luv the panning of the pilot looking at the wpn receivers and their animations, whilst their firing. Is there any intent of adding realistic fumes (Breech end) from the wpns whilst firing and filling the cockpit space? 👍
  5. @Blitzen; the picture choose wasn't as uncommon as people may think, with ref to spare link mounted on the turret. A Tiger II, belonging to either s.Pz.Abt. 503 or 509, destroyed in Hungary in 1945. This photo shows the method of attaching the side plates to the glacis, where the internal explosion has broken the welds, and the interlocking method used in the hull construction. Source: Panzerwrecks 3 In the final months of the war, some Tiger IIs belonging to s.Pz.Abt. 503 could be seen with additional track links fastened across the middle of the turret and even on the front corners of the hull, in an effort to provide additional protection for the crews. Source: Schneider
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    Future for VR

    How could you not know? - LOL there's been like a gazillion, (ok slight exaggeration) 'Pls pls can we have VR' implemented requests in this sub forum, but yeah you gotta read. You know what, you'll appreciate it anyway as is . Have fun .
  7. @HappyHaddock I've notice this also, how, I could never really see the difference in rowdyboots realistic cloud mod (Yes my sub folder path are correct- so it must be me then) so I used to turn the mod on/off (via JSGME) to get a comparison between vanilla and the mod, to see if the rings appeared/ disappeared. That's when I noticed the difference as the stock/vanilla clouds seem more realistic than previous vanilla versions. Anyway that's what I see.
  8. Well Done TF. You guys have definitely got people's attention.
  9. Yep. I tended to go not before March 2020. Now seeing your evaluation of the timeline, I also agree with this assessment. And you're definitely right about having one one shot at it. I really hope they succeed.
  10. phuuu.... looking good for my next job......meteorologist
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