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  1. Okay, here's a screen clip showing the general layout of the group. The waypoint and attack area icons are off to the right and not visible. I've also uploaded the group as a zip file so you can import it into your mission. Currently there is no logic for the bombers after they attack, should have added that but I forgot. B25x3group.zip
  2. Okay. I'm at a loss right now. I wonder if may have something to do with the snap view settings for those planes?
  3. In your freetrack output settings what interface are you using? Try enabling both.
  4. In your mapping properties for pitch, what is the output setting? If it isn't 180 then try that.
  5. That is the way I interpret how the Command Attack works. As far as the distance, I have one set at 3500 m from the waypoint to the command attack and it works fine.
  6. Okay, I seemed to have gotten this worked out. Rather then importing a bomber group and modifying it (as I had done) I deleted it, and built a new group from scratch. The new group performed exactly as I thought it should. The bombers flew to the waypoint, rec'd the attack area command, proceeded to the airfield and dropped their payload!
  7. Anyone else run into this issue? Running a mission on Bodenplatte, group of 4 ai b-25's, formation gets to the target area (airfield w/lots of targets), bomb bay doors open, but bombs never drop. Tried a few different things, including swapping the B-25s for A-20s, but the result is the same.
  8. The biggest rail line I could find was in Frankfurt, it has only three tracks that lead into the main passenger station. I'm pretty sure this will change once the final map gets completed.
  9. I'm curious also as to any changes to the editor.
  10. Which program IL2 or OT? Not a windows 32 issue for sure, I've been using OT on Win 10 64 since it was released. Another old issue that used to come up had to do with a setting in the startup.cfg file for IL2. This is the entry: [KEY = input] exclusive = 0 input_map = "input.map" mouse_plane_control = 0 old_trackir = 0 If your old_trackir entry is 1 try changing it to 0, or to 1 if it is currently 0. Have not heard anything about this in quite a while, but you never know.
  11. It is. Doing some more testing with the game settings. Thanks. Edit: OK, after playing around with the IL2 settings, and checking things on the GPU, I am happy to report that the GPU boost now kicks-in as would be expected. I'm not sure exactly what I did...but it is OK now. Thanks for the suggestions!
  12. Thank you. I'll do some more playing around with the settings. I have a 1080p 60 mhz monitor that IL2 keeps at 60 fps. I was just trying to get rid of that micro stutter that happens every now and then. I may also consider going to a different monitor.
  13. I have an Nvidia 1070 ti that has a base clock of 1607 mhz and goes to 1683 mhz in turbo mode. I have discovered that flying IL2 GB does not push the GPU into turbo mode, however, DCS World and the Heaven Benchmark easily push the speed to around 1800 mhz. So, am I right in assuming that IL2 is not taxing the GPU enough? I guess I could OC the card and try setting it at 1683 mhz to see if that improves the performance in IL2. Any thoughts, or ideas, from the GPU guru's ?
  14. Here's a jpg version. A lot different than Alonzo's, but it works for me.
  15. This is what I use with the first run T50 throttle, I think the CM is a little different but this should get you started. Rename the file .pdf. Fillable MongoosT-50_Throttle_Button_Template1.txt
  16. I haven't programmed in a long, long time. That speed test is pretty impressive.
  17. I just came across this issue helping a friend out with a mission. Turns out that a human pilot's plane will not trigger the check zone, however, an AI plane will trigger it. I think I saw something about this in another post but I couldn't locate the post.
  18. Looks fantastic, great job! What also caught my eye was the terrain down low...
  19. You can search the manuals for relevant information, which is a big help, but when time permits, reading further into them is beneficial. My somewhat geezer mind can get cramped-up pretty quickly learning the ins and outs of the ME. The videos are also a big help in that you can start small and expand as your knowledge increases. It can be fun, but it requires the patience of a saint. Good luck!
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