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Palut

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  1. I loaded up PWCG this morning to test. At 216th_Nocke's suggestion I made sure I pressed enter after entering altitude changes. I've always done this, but I've always pressed the enter key on the right hand side of my keyboard's numberpad, to no effect. I tried using the regular enter key and the altitude changes were retained. Strangely, after pressing that key, waypoint relocations (including climb waypoints) are now retained as well. It seems to be working now, for the most part. I say for the most part, because it still won't retain waypoint deletions, and when I click "A
  2. This program is amazing, thank you for all the effort you put into it! I'm just having a small problem: I'm unable to change climb waypoint locations, or to adjust altitude settings for any waypoints. I can move waypoints around on the map and enter altitude adjustments, but if I go back to the briefing screen, or go to the pilot selection screen, those changes are lost. I go to either screen and come back to the map, and the climb waypoints are back to their default location, and all the altitude changes I've entered have reset to the default. Curiously I can move t
  3. When generating missions for my campaign on the Stalingrad map I'm unable to remove waypoints. On the briefing map I can right click them and delete them, but once I make any other selection they come right back. I can delete them then immediately go into the game and they are back. Changes in altitude at each waypoint will not carry into the game either, they are simply ignored. Am I missing something here? Any help would be greatly appreciated!
  4. I recently started playing BoS, and noticed that I can't ever see aircraft further than about 4 km out. I've used icons, and watching the icon carefully, even with the sky or clouds as a backdrop, I don't see even a tiny dot until they're within 4 km. From reading online I get the impression that I should at least be able to see a small dot further out than that. Please correct me if I'm wrong. I know for a fact that my spotting skills are no good yet, but the icon experiment seems to suggest that my settings may not be ideal. Here are my hardware and settings, can anyone see a
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