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- Mar 6 2013, 9:47 PM (358 w, 4 d)
May 10 2016
I second that
This would be very convenient
I figured the same goes for the Strider and its Opfor counterpart
I have to correct my last comment. I didnt meant the Strider (since it has only four wheels). What i actually meant was the Marid and the Marshall.
The Issue with the HEMMT seems fixed. Is that true?
@b101uk: Thank you very much for your more detailed information about this issue. In my describings, i am very limited to my english which needs a lot of improvement. It just felt like the truck is too much dragged to one side with one destropyed tire. I am going to make some tests like you described.
@Dr_Death: Since i am no vehicle- and/or physics expert, i opened this thread to discuss this issue. It just didnt feel right, that a 400 horsepower with 8 wheels would be so much affected by one flat. Perhaps if you're going to reproduce what i wrote you see what i mean.
I edited it, thank you
I never experienced such issues. Maybe the crashes were due to the parachute bug where servers would crash randomly?
I agree that there needs to be a real cockpit for the driver. However i can't really agree on having the posibility for the driver to turn out because thats what the commander is for. Isn't he?
the attached image is hilarious btw
Edit: @twistking: do you mean that in Arma 3 there wont be such epic interiors like in arma 2?
This sounds conveniant
omg this would be awesome!
Great work, seriously. I'd really like to see that in the final version of the game. It would be so much better.
May 9 2016
It's a darn cool feature! I absolutely love it, even though i barely use it :D
Switching controls worked for my friends and me so far. The pilot has to unlock the controls, and the copilot has to accept it. Then he gains control over the helicopter. Worked pretty well for me.
It is still occuring.
Edit: It appears that while reloading, legs are stretching hill up. If the character is facing downhill, legs are stretching while reloading, if the character is facing uphill, legs seem to shrink a little.
Edit_2: The steeper the hill, there more it seems legs are stretching
Note: It also appears that legs dont stretch in flat surfaces like the airfield
the view stays zommed in aswell in some cases
Take a look at these guys, if you're reading this.
I had to laugh, when i read this. But you're right.
Happened to me on the littlebird aswell.
did you create a second profile? When creating another profile, control settings are not transferred to your new profile.
just change them to your preference
I think it might be better to adress this issue in an extra Topic. If there is none similar, i'll post it.
Take a look at this guys: http://feedback.arma3.com/view.php?id=591
Hey mic, that was actually what i meant. I am glad you figured it out.
Actually there is. You dont have to revert the Y-Axis. Just invert the controls seperatly for helicopter controls. It worked for me and my friends
Yeah, I should have read the comments before i posted this.
Works only when crouching. If in standing stance the character will unholster his weapon.
I have never had such an issue even though i had a lot of right-mouse clicking going on (I have an dual monitor system as well).
If you managed to reproduce the described issue, please let me know so I can try it out.
yeah, sounds like overlapping bindings.
I was unable to reproduce this problem
i second that *yourgrandma*
@MulleDK19: For one simple reason. While driving in 3rd person with my keyboard, i can look around using my mouse.
If you dont like it, you can still remove mouse steering from the controls. This should work as well.