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  1. For me it is quite important to keep it as precise as possible, or preferably as closest to the real airplane as possible. This bug with the bombsight I've never seen before. Really weird stuff. I know it is a small development team, but it is just a shame that they don't give the proper attention to that. It is one of the most important aspects of a WW2 flight simulator in my opinion. Interesting, I didn't know this. I bought COD blitz recently on sale but my old laptop can't handle it. I am planning on building a new pc this year, but with the current prices of the GPU
  2. It seems that my italian typing is not bad at all. On a more serious note, yes, I think something got better regarding the performance, although the devs didn't mention it. I have been looking for a new pc, but right now the GPU market is a total joke, so I am more than happy to keep playing Il-2 with some slightly better performace for now.
  3. Hi, as the title suggests I would like to know if there is any plan for improvement in this area. First, I believe it should be necessary for the player to calculate the TAS, not use the IAS. That's not difficult to do. Second, we should have the terrain elevation in the map so we could correct subtract from the altitude. Correct me if I'm wrong, but the altimeter in the bomb sight view is reading the height above the departure airfield, wich works for most of the maps in Il-2, but using the actual altitude above sea level together with the elevation in the maps would b
  4. Close enough to read road signs as I drop them... just kidding! But I'm sure it is not the same as the americans, russians or british... it can't be
  5. I am sure it never happened to me in a german plane. And at the time I found out this 5 sec trick, I was using 1 sec delay only. And I like to bomb quite close to the ground.
  6. Is it historically accurate? Also, I notice that with german and soviet (except the Il-2) planes I don't have this issue. Was this safety feature only applied by americans?
  7. It is running much smoother on my potato pc now. Having read the update log I didn't see anything related to it.
  8. Really nice update. Il'l purchase BON next month for sure! Thank you devs.
  9. I don't know really. I started this discussion because I did a QMB and couldn't find any light. I am still about to try the missions at night to find out how it works.
  10. Thank you very much for this info
  11. Oh, thank you for the replies guys. Maybe I should try the actual missions, because in the QMB it was complete dark. I'll take a further look at this.
  12. Today I started the quick misson builder just to check how the sim looks like during the dark hours and I was surprised that I didn't see any light coming from cities, vehicles or even the airfields. Am I missing something here? I know that the cities would not be as illuminated as they are today, specially during the war, but is this complete darkness accurate?
  13. Try it with a good hangover.
  14. I'm using a RX 480 too. It keeps around 85 fps, but sometimes I have some huge drops, it's really annoying. It seems that changing the graphics settings doesn't change how often I have these fps drops.
  15. Oh. I'm so stupid. Thank you.
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