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- Mar 10 2013, 11:57 AM (394 w, 15 h)
May 10 2016
With those miniguns sticking out your stealth is lost anyway. But Im all out for manual controls of a landing gear.
Rate of climb up to 12m/s at 0 horizontal speed and well above 30m/s if you trade speed for altitude is not good enough? Rough estimates from flying in editor with various helicopters.
Gamepad is now listed under its correct name instead of "Generic USB Joystick" and is working again. Fixed
The problem still persists. Uploaded screenshot. As described above. The button to enable/disable the device doesnt work. The inactive button shows the state of previously higlighted device. I now use PPJoy Virtual Joystick and map the gamepad to Arma through it. Disconnecting every other device doesnt help.
For some it means the controller currently doesnt work at all. Try for example a simple thing like moving forward, sidesteping and leaning, all at the same time without controller or some other additional analog device.
Ive given up hopes for fix and bypassed the problem by remaping the gamepad through virtual joystick driver PPjoy. I think I learned a lesson here. The gamepad worked just fine throughout first weeks of alpha.
There is a "show" button in controller customization window. It shows you analog values as percentages. Is that what you need?
May 9 2016
Allright. I guess you are right. upvoted
Could you please post coordinates of a ladder where starting to climb isnt as easy as pressing the middle mouse button?
And not random, but connected to some action that is aggrevating the wound. Like changing stance or after running.
Ultimate goal should be no artificial HUD at all.
Confirming. With steps provided, it was easy to reproduce. If only every report was like this. HDR settings doesnt seem to affect the dimming of the street lights. I dont think you can turn off HDR. Settings on my computed can be either low or standard HDR.
What I see in my game are rotor blades being bended downwards at the beginning and then starting to flatten out as the rotor spins up. During flight, the rotor blades are bended upwards, which is what I see on the video. Maybe I just dont understand what you mean by "convex" in this situation.