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#1 PatAWilson

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Posted 22 February 2013 - 18:37

Download PWCG (no more separate map pack as of version 14).

Install:
1. Unzip PWCG to your RoF home folder - very important that it be in the RoF home folder.
2. Make sure that logs are enabled in RoF.
Open …\Rise of Flight\Data\Startup.cfg with Notepad. Find mission_text_log. Make sure that mission_text_log is set to 1 … mission_text_log = 1. This makes RoF spit out mission logs as a mission is being flown. PWCG uses these logs to determine what happened when you file a combat report.


Example:
Rise of flight is installed at E:\games\Rise of Flight.
When you unpack a zip file it asks you where you want to unpack it to.
Answer:
E:\games\Rise of Flight

You will then see a directory called E:\games\Rise of Flight\RoFCampaign

Setup:
3. Start PWCG (run PWCG.exe - advisable to run as administrator)
4. Select airplanes that you own (should be only option if it hasn't already been done).

Game play:
5. Create a campaign.
- Press the create campaign button (all nations on main screen)
- Select a service
- Fill in the rest of the information - start with date
- If you change the date, recheck the information as things reset when the date is changed!

6. Go to simple config and select air and ground activity levels.
- If play is slow or time compression does not work, reduce level.
- I play on low air and medium ground and high on objects.
- Use advanced config at your own risk. I offer it for those who really want to tweak things, but I recommend that most stick with simple config.


7. Create a mission.
- Press Mission from the campaign screen. You will go to the briefing screen.
- Edit the mission
- Waypoint locations
- Waypoint altitudes
- Pilots (press Pilot Selection)
- When you are finished, press Accept - PRESSING ACCEPT WRITES THE MISSION!
- No more edits are possible after pressing Accept.
- If you do not like the mission, press Scrub - you can do this even after accepting.

8. Looking around
- See an intel map with squadrons and aces on the Intel Map screen.
- See written intel on the Intelligence screen
- See the top aces at the time of your campaign in the Top Aces screen
- Press a pilot's name to see details on that pilot
- Go to Journal to see you journal entries

9. Changing your campaign
- Press Transfer to transfer to another unit.
Transfers may be restricted.
- If you are a commanding officer you will not be allowed to transfer to a squadron commanded by an ace.
- You may transfer between services and even between nations on the same side.

- Press Leave to take a leave.
This simply advances time without flying a mission - i.e. you are on leave. Stuff happens while you are gone, historical and within your squadron. Read the reports to catch up on the latest when you return.

10. Fly the mission
- Start RoF and fly the mission. It will be under the "Missions" tab.

11. Submit a combat report.
- Start PWCG if it is not already running.
- Go to your campaign.
- Press Combat Report.
- Select the number of victories that you claim
- For each victory claimed, select the type
- press Submit

12 Debrief
- Press Start debrief to get see what happened.
- Go forward or backwards using the buttons on the right.
- Complete the debrief when you are done.
- Transition to the reports page.

13 After Action Reports
- After debrief a series of reports will be available for viewing
- Look at them as you like. They include the combat report, newpapers, etc.
- Enter your own commentary in the Narrative section of the combat report.
- These will be available when you press Journal in your campaign.
- press Finished when you are done.

14. Other things to do
Journal
- PWCG allows you to view old combat reports and add notes to them.
- Record your exploits here,
Intel Map
- Look at the map. Find your squadron and other squadrons.

15. Repeat steps 7-13 until the war ends icon_e_smile.gif

16. I want to delete campaigns
Press the delete campaigns button (All nations with a line through it).  Select the campaigns that you want to delete and press delete.


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#2 Trooper117

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Posted 22 February 2013 - 21:59

lol, thanks Pat, you must get tired of this, posting the same stuff over and over… :)
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#3 PatAWilson

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Posted 23 February 2013 - 03:16

lol, thanks Pat, you must get tired of this, posting the same stuff over and over… :)

If I do it's only my fault for not producing good docs. Not what I am best at. Any improvements are welcome.
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#4 J2_Trupobaw

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Posted 24 February 2013 - 08:42

I think I still don't get part 1 and keep unpacking it into wrong places :oops: . Suppose the game is installed in E:\games\Rise of Flight . What is the exact name of directory in which RofCampaign.jar should end up?
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#5 Bando

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Posted 24 February 2013 - 11:46

Well, Trupobaw, you'd have to unzip the PWCG into E:\games\Rise of Flight.
It will then create a subdirectory (or subfolder as it is called these days) named RoFCampaign. It looks like this: E:\games\Rise of Flight\RoFCampaign. The RofCampaign.jar should be in this directory (folder).

Hope this helps you to set it up.
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#6 J2_Trupobaw

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Posted 24 February 2013 - 16:41

It probably does. On the default settings winrar adds the file name as directory by default, so "simply" unzipping the Pat_Wilson_ROF_Campaign_Latest.zip led me to jar ending up in e:\games\Rise of Flight\Pat Wilson ROF Campaign Latest\RoFCampaign\ . Wasn't sure if prefix directory was intended or not - knowing exact path leaves me no room for error.

No more excuses, going to try PWCG :S!: !
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#7 gwalch

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Posted 24 February 2013 - 17:25

Ah,Bando,how I wish it was so for me!
Tried everything everywhere but to no avail.
Pat did allude to the fact that I may have "issues"but do not have a clue as to what they might be.
Unless of course,I am the "issue".
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#8 Bando

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Posted 24 February 2013 - 18:27

how does it look like then. Suppose you think you have done the install, and it should all be ok. Does the directory structure look like above mentioned?
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#9 gwalch

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Posted 24 February 2013 - 21:03

I have ROF installed in "D:\Games\Program Files[x86]\Rise of Flight"
I have tried adding RoFCampaign at the end and even tried other things,but all I get is something on the lines of "wrong directory,should be placed in RoF Root Directory"
Well I do have 11.4 working so I am not too worried but slightly concerned that I may be still there while all of you are on version 13 or 14 or 15 or !!!!!!!!!
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#10 PatAWilson

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Posted 24 February 2013 - 21:50

I think I still don't get part 1 and keep unpacking it into wrong places :oops: . Suppose the game is installed in E:\games\Rise of Flight . What is the exact name of directory in which RofCampaign.jar should end up?



When you unpack a zip file it asks you where you want to unpack it to.
Answer:
E:\games\Rise of Flight

You will then see a directory called E:\games\Rise of Flight\RoFCampaign
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#11 PatAWilson

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Posted 24 February 2013 - 21:54

I have ROF installed in "D:\Games\Program Files[x86]\Rise of Flight"
I have tried adding RoFCampaign at the end and even tried other things,but all I get is something on the lines of "wrong directory,should be placed in RoF Root Directory"
Well I do have 11.4 working so I am not too worried but slightly concerned that I may be still there while all of you are on version 13 or 14 or 15 or !!!!!!!!!

12.0 currently unpacks to RoFCampaignBeta. So it will be in
D:\Games\Program Files[x86]\Rise of Flight\RoFCampaignBeta

If you are counting on the GUI to work, you will have to rename RoFCampaignBeta to RoFCampaign. That will make the GUI work.
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#12 gwalch

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Posted 24 February 2013 - 22:25

Thank you Pat,have done that and use as administrator as you suggested before.
No go I'm afraid.
Still says wrong,should be in root directory.
Would it help if I [OUT OF DESPERATION]deleted my version 11.4 or even re installed whole game in another fresh directory?
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#13 Pierre2

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Posted 24 February 2013 - 22:52

Move the RoF campaign folder to the desk top.
Open it on the desktop.
If it has another RoF campaign folder inside it, drop that one back into the RoF folder. This happened to me when I went from 11.4 to beta 12.3 for some reason.
I was getting the same "should be in the root directory " you are getting.
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#14 PatAWilson

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Posted 25 February 2013 - 01:33

I bet that Pierre has it.

When you unzip RoFCampaign.zip it will ask you where to unzip it. The right answer is:
E:\games\Rise of Flight

The right answer is not
E:\games\Rise of Flight\RoFCampaign

In your case, if you see E:\games\Rise of Flight\RoFCampaign\RoFCampaign then the directory is wrong.

To fix:
Copy everything from E:\games\Rise of Flight\RoFCampaign\RoFCampaign to E:\games\Rise of Flight\RoFCampaign

Delete E:\games\Rise of Flight\RoFCampaign\RoFCampaign
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#15 gwalch

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Posted 25 February 2013 - 10:26

Thank you all very much.
Will try tonight
Gwalch.
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#16 Pierre2

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Posted 26 February 2013 - 11:12

Did it work?
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#17 kennel

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Posted 26 February 2013 - 13:24

Hi

Is it possible to delete your campaign & start again? or do you just request leave?
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#18 PatAWilson

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Posted 26 February 2013 - 14:32

Hi

Is it possible to delete your campaign & start again? or do you just request leave?

It's a manual process - but a 10 second manual process. Go to <yourInstall>\RoFCampaign\campaigns and delete the campaign folder that you want to get rid of.

Requesting leave advances time in the campaign. If you created the campaign at the wrong time and want to change it I would delete it and recreate it. If there is some reason to keep the campaign, use request leave to advance time. Request leave limits the amount of time you can be on leave (8 weeks, I think), but nothing stops you from doing it again.
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#19 gwalch

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Posted 26 February 2013 - 21:17

Hi Pierre,not yet.
Have it on desktop and there seem to be two folders there as you said.
Pat said I should delete the "wrong"one but problem is,when Ido that it automatically deletes the other,hopefully right one!
As you have no doubt noticed I am no geek
but will get there somehow I think.
Meanwhile,thanks for advice and help.
Much appreciated all.
Edit,impossible to get rid of that "RoFCampaign\RoFCampaign" folder that Pat said should be deleted.

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#20 Badgerbrown

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Posted 26 February 2013 - 23:43

Install:
1. Unzip PWCG to your RoF home folder - very important that it be in the RoF home folder.
2. Make sure that logs are enabled in RoF.

Example:
Rise of flight is installed at E:\games\Rise of Flight.
When you unpack a zip file it asks you where you want to unpack it to.
Answer:
E:\games\Rise of Flight

You will then see a directory called E:\games\Rise of Flight\RoFCampaign

Setup:
3. Start PWCG (run PWCG.exe - advisable to run as administrator)
4. Select airplanes that you own (should be only option if it hasn't already been done).
5. Go to simple config and select air and ground activity levels.
- If play is slow or time compression does not work, reduce level.
- I play on low air and medium ground and objects.
- Use advanced config at your own risk. I offer it for those who really want to tweak things, but I recommend that most stick with simple config.

Game play:
6. Create a campaign.
- Press the create campaign button (all nations on main screen)
- Select a service
- Fill in the rest of the information - start with date
- If you change the date, recheck the information as things reset when the date is changed!

7. Create a mission.
- Press Mission from the campaign screen. You will go to the briefing screen.
- Edit the mission
- Waypoint locations
- Waypoint altitudes
- Pilots (press Pilot Selection)
- When you are finished, press Accept - PRESSING ACCEPT WRITES THE MISSION!
- No more edits are possible after pressing Accept.
- If you do not like the mission, press Scrub - you can do this even after accepting.

8. Looking around
- See an intel map with squadrons and aces on the Intel Map screen.
- See written intel on the Intelligence screen
- See the top aces at the time of your campaign in the Top Aces screen
- Press a pilot's name to see details on that pilot
- Go to Journal to see you journal entries

9. Changing your campaign
- Press Transfer to transfer to another unit.
Transfers may be restricted.
- If you are a commanding officer you will not be allowed to transfer to a squadron commanded by an ace.
- You cannot transfer between services. Example: if you are in the RNAS you can't transfer to the RFC since one is Navy and the other is Army. When the RNAS and RFC merge to become the RAF then all squadrons are available.
- Flying as an American. When you create an Allied campaign there is a little check box that says "I'm an American". Checking this makes you an American flying for the service that you chose at campaign creation. When America enters the war you now have the option to transfer to an American squadron. Once you transfer to an American squadron you cannot go back!

- Press Leave to take a leave.
This simply advances time without flying a mission - i.e. you are on leave. Stuff happens while you are gone, historical and within your squadron. Read the reports to catch up on the latest when you return.

10. Fly the mission
- Start RoF and fly the mission. It will be under the "Missions" tab.

11. Submit a combat report.
- Start PWCG if it is not already running.
- Go to your campaign.
- Press Combat Report.
- Select the number of victories that you claim
- For each victory claimed, select the type
- Select the mission logs associated with the mission (they will be time stamped when you flew the mission)
- press Submit

12 Debrief
- Press Start debrief to get see what happened.
- Go forward or backwards using the buttons on the right.
- Complete the debrief when you are done.
- Transition to the reports page.

13 Reports
- Look at them as you like. They include the combat report, newpapers, etc.
- Enter your own commentary in the Narrative section of the combat report.
- These will be available when you press Journal in your campaign.
- press Finished when you are done.


14. Repeat steps 7-13 until the war ends :)

15. I want to delete campaigns
It's a manual process - but a 10 second manual process. Go to <yourInstall>\RoFCampaign\campaigns and delete the campaign folder that you want to get rid of.

Pat,

thank you for your efforts and post here. I have been trying to install your PWCG for quite some time.

When I download the file into my RoF file, I have the following:

Campaigns/data File Folder
.classpath
.project
log
README
ROFCAMPAIGN.jar (that is currently opening in Windows Media Player that I can not seem to switch back to the original .jar)
ROFCAMPAIGN Rich Text Document

How can I switch ROFCAMPAIGN.jar back to the original .jar?
I do not see an "PWCG.exe" in which to run.
I do not know where the 'main screen' is to go into Configuration\Advanced Config\Configuration Parameters:GUI to enter the Mission Log File Directory:
for a 64 bit system C:\Program Files (x86)\Rise of Flight\data

I appreciate your direction here!

Sincerely,

BB :S!:
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#21 Pierre2

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Posted 27 February 2013 - 03:53

Hi Pierre,not yet.
Have it on desktop and there seem to be two folders there as you said.
Pat said I should delete the "wrong"one but problem is,when Ido that it automatically deletes the other,hopefully right one!
As you have no doubt noticed I am no geek
but will get there somehow I think.
Meanwhile,thanks for advice and help.
Much appreciated all.
Edit,impossible to get rid of that "RoFCampaign\RoFCampaign" folder that Pat said should be deleted.

Do what I said to do in my previous post, it worked for me. Once you have put the folder from within the folder into the RoF directory, you can delete the now empty folder on the desk top to rubbish.
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#22 gwalch

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Posted 27 February 2013 - 18:30

Hello again!
Done as you said but still get same old wrong directory thing.
I am sure you must be right so will keep trying with some variations sometimes.
Thank you again.
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#23 PatAWilson

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Posted 27 February 2013 - 20:09

gwalch, try from scratch.
1. Delete RoFCampaignBeta (or RoFCampaign).
2. Unzip the download.
3. When it asks you which directory tell it "D:\Games\Program Files[x86]\Rise of Flight"

Should take less than five minutes.
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#24 Stick-95

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Posted 27 February 2013 - 20:32

Is there a way to get a 2-seater ground pounding mission? Have tried without success.
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#25 gwalch

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Posted 27 February 2013 - 22:52

Tried it a couple of times Pat,no go.
Must be something wrong my end,perhaps with where I have ROF installed.
I think I might have to delete the whole game and re install in a new directory [any ideas?].
A bit drastic and will take a long time but your generator is the only thing that keeps ROF alive for me.
Thanks for the suggestions and patience all of you.
Gwalch.
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#26 PatAWilson

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Posted 28 February 2013 - 00:25

In the end it is looking for ..\Data\Missions - it gives the error if it can't find that directory.
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#27 PatAWilson

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Posted 28 February 2013 - 00:26

Is there a way to get a 2-seater ground pounding mission? Have tried without success.

It should produce bombing missions. Most will be recon but bombing is something like 30% You can scrub missions until you get the one that you want.
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#28 pcpilot

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Posted 03 March 2013 - 11:16

Hi, Pat!

I'm using your PWCG and it is just great; thank you very much for building this!

Now I'm sure I read something about a new beta (12.0 ?), which was actually ready
now and working fine, and which included the Channel Map?
Seems I am lost at searching the forum, not my strong point obviously.

I went to "Useful Materials" and downloaded the PWCG, but when I opened it,
I found it was still the one I had. Am I missing something?

I would much fancy to fly a MFJ-1 carreer - is that possible already?
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#29 Pirato

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Posted 03 March 2013 - 11:38

The latest Beta 12 is here PWCG (RoFCampaign) 12.0 Beta to be available soon

The Chanel is not included in this Version though. Comes propably with version 13.
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#30 pcpilot

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Posted 03 March 2013 - 12:13

Ah, thank you, Pirato! I'll wait for v13.0 then.
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#31 Pirato

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Posted 03 March 2013 - 12:28

I'd give Beta 12.3 a try,it's atleast as stable as the 11.4 version. And has a few new features too.
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#32 PatAWilson

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Posted 04 March 2013 - 14:38

Hi, Pat!

I would much fancy to fly a MFJ-1 career - is that possible already?

An MFJ career is already possible (Jastas I and II) in PWCG. Just no channel map yet - they are pushed into the Northern sector of the France map. If you don't mind flying in France then you can use it now. If you want the channel map then it will be available in 13.0 (probably available by early May).

Just an FYI, the MFJ squadrons are correctly designated as naval squadrons, use naval ranks, etc. They fly the same missions as any other land based Jasta. If there is something special or unique about the MFJ Jastas that you would like to see modeled please share.
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#33 pcpilot

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Posted 06 March 2013 - 12:10

I know, Pat - MFJ-1 is flying further down already in PWCG (Halluin, I think?).
But I'd like to fly them more historically correct.
They were based at
- Neumünster (Nieuwmunster) 1 February - 15 April 1917
- Aertrycke (Artrijk) 16 April - 10 September 1917
- Coolkerke (Koolkerke) 11 Spetember 1917 - 11 Novemebr 1918

They just call for the Channel Map - they were a Marine-Feldjagdstaffel
(Naval field fighter squadron) and belong to the coastal region.
Like the 'SeeFroSta' (Seefrontstaffel - sea front squadron), they main
task would have been to shelter any Naval facilities from incoming raids.

The ranks you have already done as Naval ranks; that's great!
Your whole PWCG is much more to my likes than the standard campaigns -
great job!

PS/Edit: here is a link to a helpfull site, where I often check the ways
the units took during the war. Townsend worked after the book "The Jasta Pilots".
Mind you, he hasn't always got the locations correct in his maps, but the most
of it is okay and very good for quick checks.

http://patriot.net/~...end/WW1AirMap2/" onclick="window.open(this.href);return false;">http://patriot.net/~...end/WW1AirMap2/

Toggle the national insignia off which you don't need; then select what you search for,
like "squadrons" or "aerodromes" or "date" - then you get a lot of good ino.
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#34 PatAWilson

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Posted 06 March 2013 - 13:29

Agreed that s a great link. It has always been my primary source for placing squadrons.

I expect to have 13.0 out by the end of April. It is already 95% coded but much testing remains before I am willing to let anybody else see it. Channel map is in place and working. I even generated a sea plane mission. So it's coming … two weeks :)
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#35 BuddyWoof

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Posted 06 March 2013 - 16:42

Confused still…sorry..
1) How do you "make sure logs are enabled"?

2) Also in the doc that comes with PWCG, it says the following:
"Now in the RoF game file (don't look for it in the RoFCampaign data folder) …\Rise of Flight\data\Startup.cfg scroll to near the bottom and ensure that mission_text_log = 1, edit with Notepad if necessary and save." What does it exactly do?

3) What is AAR and "Automatic AAR"?
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#36 Barkhorn1x

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Posted 06 March 2013 - 17:43

Confused still…sorry..
1) How do you "make sure logs are enabled"?

2) Also in the doc that comes with PWCG, it says the following:
"Now in the RoF game file (don't look for it in the RoFCampaign data folder) …\Rise of Flight\data\Startup.cfg scroll to near the bottom and ensure that mission_text_log = 1, edit with Notepad if necessary and save." What does it exactly do?

3) What is AAR and "Automatic AAR"?

BuddyWoof - read this carefully:

By doing #2 - mission_text_log = 1 - you enable #1. Got it?

Abnd this drives #3 = AAR stands for After Action Report and Auto AAR ensures that when you finish a mission and return to PWCG and hit "Combat Report" you can select the correct log file for your mission to generate the mission results.
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#37 PatAWilson

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Posted 06 March 2013 - 18:25

Confused still…sorry..
1) How do you "make sure logs are enabled"?

2) Also in the doc that comes with PWCG, it says the following:
"Now in the RoF game file (don't look for it in the RoFCampaign data folder) …\Rise of Flight\data\Startup.cfg scroll to near the bottom and ensure that mission_text_log = 1, edit with Notepad if necessary and save." What does it exactly do?

3) What is AAR and "Automatic AAR"?

Setting mission_text_log = 1 makes the RoF game spit out mission logs as a mission is being flown. PWCG uses these logs to determine what happened when you file a combat report. By default mission_text_log = 0 in Startup.cfg, so you have to change it.

AAR = "After Action Report" which is the same as "Combat Report".By default, PWCG uses the mission logs for combat report (This is AAR Type 1). You should not have to change anything in PWCG. Just make sure that mission_text_log is set in the Startup.cfg file.
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#38 BuddyWoof

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Posted 06 March 2013 - 18:34

Thanks Pat!!!!
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#39 BuddyWoof

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Posted 06 March 2013 - 18:49

by the way, if I just want to use PWCG as a mission generator and don't care about reports, I can leave this setting at 0 right and it won't create all of those .text files in the data folder?
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#40 tvrtko

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Posted 06 March 2013 - 19:29

If I'm not wrong…. it MUST me enabled (so it got to
be 1, not 0) but you can delete those mission reports.
Later. Eh, how much "later", not sure but I know that
I deleted all mine. Right after I close ROF. No problems.
If I'm not wrong. Once again. :mrgreen:

But :) maybe you should wait for some other, also,
explanation about this.
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