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    WWII Combat Flight Sims, Submarine Combat Sims, Racing Sims, General Aviation, Model Aviation

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  1. Thank you for the video. I appreciate it. I'd be more than happy with a "This is as close as we can get to accurate with available data, we will update and correct as we get more data" kind of approach to the Pacific Theater. But then, I'm not a big history buff, just a plane nut that loves video games.
  2. Saving for future reference. Sorry for the necro but this fixes an issue I needed. God bless the search function.
  3. Thank you for the heads up. I seem to have gotten them all working now. Any ideas on how I can move my previous careers over from the folder I backed up before I uninstalled? I haven't been able to figure out where those careers are saved at yet. Thanks again for all your help. Both of you. I really appreciate it.
  4. Ok. Thank you. I'll keep looking into it then. Perhaps running a completely fresh install and setting commands all over again will clear things up. I'll admit I'm not looking forward to that prospect though. 😕
  5. Thanks. That seemed to fix it. Apparently, inspite of the game letting you set more, it can only recognize 9 or 10 axis. 😕 That sucks, especially since I already have 14 analogue axis and recently ordered another flight controller specifically for this game because it gave me another 4 analogue axis for a total of 18. The devs need to make that axis limit public knowledge somewhere.
  6. I'll check it this evening, but I don't think that's it because it flew just fine with the exact same setup except I was using my CH Products Fighter stick and that has 3 axis just like the Virpil does.
  7. Ok, I tried deleting the input folder (after I backed it up elsewhere) that didn't fix the issue. Any ideas anyone?
  8. OK, this is a head scratcher for me. Problem: I just got a new Virpil setup. I can get the game to recognize my new joystick when I am in the keybinding menu to set controls for each axis, but if I open the Input Response for any axis on the joystick it shows no input when I move any of the axis on that joystick. The Joystick movement is seen in Windows, it's seen in other programs. Details: I have the following on the system: MFG Crosswind Pedals with Toe Brakes Virpil MT-50 CM throttle MT-50 CM2 Grip on WarBRD base CH Products MFP TrackIR v4 Also plugged in 'cause this is my gaming rig: Fanatec Club Sport V3 pedals XBox 360 Game-pad Any Ideas? *Edit* It works in other games, like DCS
  9. WOW! What a difference! They are smooth and most importantly that translates into much greater precision. When I'm training in on a Mig-3 I can give just a bit of rudder input and I no longer jerk greatly to one side, but rather small inputs are possible, resulting in that fine precision control that puts me on target and makes the kill shot possible. I brought down 2 bogies tonight and easily still had half my remaining ammo. I suspect that 4 bogie sorties are going to become much more common place for me, provided there are targets available, rather than the rarity where I get the lucky snapshot. I didn't realize that they would make this big a difference. All I can say is Wow! This makes me wonder what more will change once my Virpil upgrades come in.
  10. Thank you everyone for your suggestions and for the information. Based on your suggestions, and various reviews I found on Youtube. I decided on the MFG Crosswinds. The biggest reason for this though, personal preferences asside, as one of you pointed out, was the width of the pedals. The Crosswinds, with the Width Adjustment and setting them to the narrowest setting makes them fit in the footwell of my Obutto R3volution. Those pedals arrived today. I haven't yet flown with them, but after making adjustments and 'trying them out'. OMG! They are so smooth! I'll update this after I actually fly with them. I am so looking forward to this!
  11. I agree, that the T-Rudders sound like an ideal setup under the circumstances your describing. I'm just not willing to sacrifice toe brakes. Almost any of the GA aircraft I might fly have toe brakes. Without exception, the Warbirds I fly regularly all are equipped with Toe Brakes, plus the slew use I have for them in Elite Dangerous.
  12. Interestingly enough, I happen to have a set of CH Pro Pedals. That's what I'm looking to upgrade from. Once I have new pedals, I won't have much use for the ones I have (It's the ministick on my throttle thats giving me issues and started this whole upgrade process, not my rudder pedals). I'll be looking to sell them at that point. New they sell for about $120 USD retail. I'll be selling mine for about $60 USD. I've also got a Fighterstick and Pro Throttle I'll be looking to sell as well. Those will also likely go for about $60 USD each.
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