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About WWFrylock

  • Birthday 05/25/1966

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  1. Bad news, I won't be able to make it tomorrow night, I have to work past dark.
  2. I'd like to try out the 262 but I can't today, I can tomorrow night. might do a quick mission if no one else can.
  3. I do not have Flying Circus
  4. I've noticed that when a thread is moved the "new" icon never goes away, even after I've viewed it.
  5. Early 2000's I played MechWarrior, I don't remember if it was 2 or 3. It was pretty cool.
  6. Wow, good work Geezer, that was very informative.
  7. I don't think most of them have done any level bombing or they would've noticed using the altimeter in the bombsite would've made their drops long by half of a mile. I'm thinking what Zed posted is spot on. When I got BOS I tried level bombing and took awhile for me to figure out why I kept missing my targets by so much.
  8. I get that now and I didn't think of that, it makes sense we wouldn't give them our bombsite and @Duck, what do you mean soon to be ex-squad member? I don't go to those forums for the very reason of what just happened (usually people that don't know what they're talking about), I'm not even registered there for that reason. I'm sorry you had to go through that. The [KGv53]Big_Al_the_Allo guy is right and that's why I set the altitude the way I do. I'll shut up about it now and just keep doing what I've been doing.
  9. Well thanks for the effort Duck, I haven't checked that forum thread yet. First of all it just plain bothers me that you're flying an American plane, all of the gauges on ip are ft/mph but the bomb site is metric, that's just historically inaccurate (mark XIV or norden were used). Second, I've found the altimeter in the bombsite (axis and allied) to be inaccurate leaving me reliant on the altimeter (set to nearest friendly airfield) on the instrument panel to get the correct altitude, so yes in general the bombsite should give you the converted value it's still not the correct altitude. I can use the converted airspeed on the bombsite fine but if the altitude is incorrect to begin with then the conversion will be just as inaccurate (garbage in garbage out). Therefore I find I have to manually convert ft to meters which takes a little more time to set up the bombsite.
  10. Hey guys I'm in their teamspeak where is everyone?
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