nozlen

My Youtube Channel with training vids for new pilots

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I try to add a new video weekly explaining/showing some tactics to help new pilots understand some basic fundamentals and a few maneuvers so a new pilot can survive longer in the dangerous skies in WW2OL.

 

 

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nozlen this is really good stuff.  I watched the first vid.  do you cover how you actually go about setting things for incremental flaps?  where do you do this if not in the keymapper?

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   <control function="Flap control">
        <joyaxis stick="0"></joyaxis>
        <keydelta value="-45.00" per="keypress" index="2">
            <key>numpad +</key>
        </keydelta>
        <keydelta value="45.00" per="keypress" index="3">
            <key>numpad -</key>
        </keydelta>
    </control>

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In the video I made a mistake (was tired when I made the video).

If you already have a "flap control" section in your AIR, just add this to that section above the  </control>  .

        <keydelta value="-45.00" per="keypress" index="2">
            <key>numpad +</key>
        </keydelta>
        <keydelta value="45.00" per="keypress" index="3">
            <key>numpad -</key>
        </keydelta>

Otherwise follow the video and do what I do in it.

Edited by nozlen

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Noz...i learned alot man thanks so much for flying with me...just a disclaimer on the views, if you change them that will be your keystoke in all vehicles. Not so sure you want that in a tank. CRS how about making views available for every vehicle and persona? that would solve that problem

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awesome nozlen.  i finally had some time to play now.  so i got the code inserted.  however, i am having trouble as i would like to map it to my 'insert' and 'delete' keys for control.  when i typed 'insert' and 'delete' i couldn't get it to work.  what are the insert and delete keys called in the code?

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think i figured it out, i had to clear my default keymapper as that is what i had it set to before, those two keys.  now that i cleared it, saved the code to the cfml it now works great.  THANKS AGAIN!

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