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  1. Seeing several videos from Mr. Monostripezebra's channel in Youtube, it is clear to me that the "collision between planes" Damage Model is not well resolved in IL-2 GB. IMHO, there was not a lag or bad connection issue in the Pe-2/109 incident. There was a clear collision between both planes. My plane's right wing "crosses" neatly through the left wing of the Pe-2. The program detected well such collision. My point is that the part of the program calculating the damage for each plane involved, resulted in assigning 100% damage to my plane (seeing the log of the mission) and 0% to the Pe-2. That is not fair. Curiously, my kill was not awarded to the Pe-2 in the WOL mission report, I just appear as "crashed".
  2. I would kindly ask Devs to check Damage Model of Pe-2. One can collide wing to wing against a Pe-2 and you lose yours, but hers shows not a single scratch and keeps flying happily. Please see this video, enclosed. This is not a lag or connection problem IMHO. .NTRK file is available for further investigation, please let me know if you need it. WOL collision_with_Pe-2.zip
  3. Thank you all, then it is clear: - FW-190 has no rudder trim, neither IRL nor here in IL-2 GB - FW-190 trims up and down moving the whole horizontal stabilizer by buttons RShift+up/down arrows - FW-190 trimming up and down cannot be made by rotary axis. So I keep rotaries axis to trim other planes like Bf-109 horizontal stabilizer, Mustang, and Ju-88 rudder and pìtch trims, etc.
  4. Sorry if this has been already answered but, does Fw190 pitch and rudder trims work? I have them working in Mustang and Ju.88 both with rotary axis of my X52 joy. Up/Down mobile stabilizer also work in Me-109, assigned to a rotary axis. But they don't in Fw-190. Button assignments don't work either (RCTRL+Arrow Up/Down for pitch trim, and LCTRL+Z/X for rudder trim). Being Fw-190 a more advanced airplane than 109, a "full electric" plane as it was, I thought she would have such controls. Thanks in advance
  5. Sorry but IMHO (correct me if I am wrong) the "Edit" facility only allows you to go fast forward/back the track, or change camera's point of view.
  6. Thank you, chaps! But I can only go fast forward or back in the track or edit the file name. How can I cut or remove bits of the track?. And the EDIT button at the bottom does nothing for me. I am talking about an online recorded flight track. Perhaps it only applies to off line tracks?
  7. Hi, I would like to extract last 5 minutes from a 55 minutes flight record (the most interesting part), how can I do it without creating a video file and editing it ? It think recording a track from a track is not possible. Cheers!
  8. Hi all, I am looking at this 25" LED monitor with 21:9 screen from LG: http://www.lg.com/uk/monitors/lg-25UM58 Native resolution is 2560 * 1080. Is BoS/BoM/BoK supporting this size 21:9 ? Or will I see black strips left/right like a 4:3 film on a 16:9 screen? Thanks in advance
  9. About the Yak discussion, just 2 points I believe we should take into account. First, we should not mix all Yaks, -1 / 7 / 9 / 3 in the same basket. There were 2 different lines of planes with different structures and purposes: - Series Yak-1 / 1M (official name of our -1B) and -3 family of, lightweight planes, short ranged, very agile, slighty less armed. - Series Yak-7A (originally an advanced trainer) / -7B / -9 (and all her subvariants), heavier, more range (-9Dx versions aimed to long range escort), less agile, more polivalent, and with heavier weapons. Yak-9B were even armed with vertically stored FAB bombs (not very succesful), and heavy antitank guns (37 and 45 mm), all dedicated to close support. Yak 1 / 1M and 7A / 7B were fighters of 1941/42 years and Yak-3 and Yak-9 being their succesors at 1943/45 Second point, according to the memoirs of IL-2 and Yak pilots, Yak-1 was the more suitable plane to escort Il-2 to combat, because of their flight performances. Much better than others, even La-5/5F/5FN, who were more dedicated to Free Hunt missions. Perhaps Mr Bersk can confirm better than me these points. Cheers -
  10. Is this commanding officer the same Colonel Jason "Burnin" Williams from Redlands, CA ? Nice story, it could be used as a screenplay for the next expansions !! Cheers !
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