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#1 Von-Dervare

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Posted 06 November 2019 - 23:01

I set up gun sights incorrectly, and saved them with F10 key before I knew. What un does the F10 key save setting, so I can up/down right/ left the sights again ?

Jarvis told me abut how to move the sights around and the F10 to save. I can't seem to find any info in the Manual .


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#2 Panthercules

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Posted 07 November 2019 - 01:08

There is no "undo" function - simply set up the view the right way you want it and hit F10 again.


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Posted 07 November 2019 - 04:34

Hi Von-Dervare,

 

Yes, Panthercules is correct.

 

RoF doesn't have an "undo" key. All you need to do is re-align you sights using the:  END -> right, DEL -> left, PgUP -> moves up and PgDn -> moves down keys to your new gun-sight position. Then, press the F10 function key to once again save the new setting. It may be a bit of a hassle not having a simple "Go back" key but, that is a "feature" of Rise of Flight. :huh:

 

Hope this is not too confusing and helps.


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#4 Von-Dervare

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Posted 07 November 2019 - 20:13

Thanks guys. I got it finally. I can't find anything in the manual. Jarvis told me about a year ago. After I had set some planes up I got trackir and that changed things. I wasn't sure which keys moved the sight either so the instructions above are a very good thing for me . Being less than 1 year at this game I still have a long learning curve, and still am not much good in the game.
But someone has to be fresh meat !

Now if I could summon up a few more players :)

 


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#5 Von-Dervare

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Posted 21 November 2019 - 23:47

Having issues again. the keys as are told me do not function. The F10 key has moved the view to dead straight back at the tail. Is there any other key to hold when I use END -> right, DEL -> left, PgUP -> moves up and PgDn -> moves down keys to your new gun-sight position  ? PC system not Mac. Win 10 1 year old next week .


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#6 J5_Klugermann

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Posted 22 November 2019 - 16:33

Disable track ir (F9) then reset default view to desired position and save with F10. Then re employ track ir and save .


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#7 Von-Dervare

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Posted 22 November 2019 - 23:07

Disable track ir (F9) then reset default view to desired position and save with F10. Then re employ track ir and save .

Thanks I bet that will help. Last night after I asked this question, with track ir ON I moved my head around to see the forward view and hit F 10 as I had moved with the F 10 key to a dead on straight rear view. No moving the F 10 key was going to get me facing forwards again.

Next I moved my head to get the sights aligned. I was leaning way over to my right to get the sights to align at that point and very low. 

When the sights were aligned this way I hit F 10 again and that got the sights set better than I ever had them before.

I have not fiddled with custom trackir settings, and did not know about F9. Thanks !

OT: considering it is you talking and it is my thread I would like to play with other real people much more than AI . You started to tel me of a FC fly in last night and left the game.

ROF is the only game I have. It is the only game I had in 2 decades. So I have no idea what to do to join FC, Steam what ever that is or IL I see on youtube.

I got this PC system about this time last year, and was able to down load the ROF game. I bought every plane, option for every plane and any maps they had trying to appreciate the efforts albeit very late.

So I would like to join what ever is most current and fly both, like you do. I just need a little more info I think and then I can be fresh meat elsewhere too :)


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Posted 23 November 2019 - 08:16

Flying Circus is available here: https://il2sturmovik.../flying-circus/

It is part of IL2 Great Battles series. This means that if you buy ANY game of the series, or ALL games of the series, you still get the single SAME game installation, but you get additional maps and planes with each part of the series. But you always get ALL maps when flying multiplayer, just not all planes, of course.

Flying Circus is the only WW1 part of the series, all others so far being WW2.

Flying Circus has only a small fraction of the planes in ROF, focusing in the late war, and no new planes so far.

The game will be more demanding on your hardware but has VR support, improved graphics and sound, flight model, pilot physiology, etc. And a future ahead. It already gathers crowds of 60 in multiplayer, something that has completely vanished in ROF.

See you there, maybe!
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#9 Von-Dervare

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Posted 23 November 2019 - 21:14

Flying Circus is available here: https://il2sturmovik.../flying-circus/

It is part of IL2 Great Battles series. This means that if you buy ANY game of the series, or ALL games of the series, you still get the single SAME game installation, but you get additional maps and planes with each part of the series. But you always get ALL maps when flying multiplayer, just not all planes, of course.

Flying Circus is the only WW1 part of the series, all others so far being WW2.

Flying Circus has only a small fraction of the planes in ROF, focusing in the late war, and no new planes so far.

The game will be more demanding on your hardware but has VR support, improved graphics and sound, flight model, pilot physiology, etc. And a future ahead. It already gathers crowds of 60 in multiplayer, something that has completely vanished in ROF.

See you there, maybe!

Thanks.  will look into and manage the costs as I can.  This is the kind of info I needed. Will go have a look now . 


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#10 Von-Dervare

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Posted 23 November 2019 - 21:25

Thanks.  will look into and manage the costs as I can.  This is the kind of info I needed. Will go have a look now . 

I don't see any system spec page. And each game title is 70 bucks ? If so what seems most popular if you know in WW@ planes? I might like to try that, but I like the WW1 planes best. As a boy I drew them, as to me they were special somehow . I read about the pilots but have had plenty of time to forget as I am a little foggy in the brain these days . I still make good fresh meat :) Thanks again...

 


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Posted 23 November 2019 - 22:11

Several of the IL-2 Great Battles games can be had for well less than $70 these days when they go on sale (which they do fairly often, especially when they put the older games on sale when they release the newer iterations).  I've got them all, but if I had to choose only one of the "older" WW II versions I'd probably go with the Battle of Kuban - I like the plane set a lot, and the map (with its mountains and coast lines) is particularly gorgeous, especially in VR.  I haven't spent any time yet with the new WWII one (Bodenplatte), but between the US and UK planes and the Me-262 there's a lot to like in that one as well.  My main love continues to be the WWI birds, however, so I expect to be spending the bulk of my flying time in Flying Circus, once I clear up a few things IRL and get my VR rig back up and running properly.

 

BTW - once you get your views the way you want them and saved down with F10, you might want to go into the settings screens and re-assign the save function to some combination (like CTRL+F10) that is harder to hit by accident - most of the weird view problem questions/posts over the years have resulted from players hitting the F10 key by accident while they happened to be looking somewhere else and thus saving a new default view without realizing it or meaning to do so.


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#12 Von-Dervare

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Posted 24 November 2019 - 21:19

Several of the IL-2 Great Battles games can be had for well less than $70 these days when they go on sale (which they do fairly often, especially when they put the older games on sale when they release the newer iterations).  I've got them all, but if I had to choose only one of the "older" WW II versions I'd probably go with the Battle of Kuban - I like the plane set a lot, and the map (with its mountains and coast lines) is particularly gorgeous, especially in VR.  I haven't spent any time yet with the new WWII one (Bodenplatte), but between the US and UK planes and the Me-262 there's a lot to like in that one as well.  My main love continues to be the WWI birds, however, so I expect to be spending the bulk of my flying time in Flying Circus, once I clear up a few things IRL and get my VR rig back up and running properly.

 

BTW - once you get your views the way you want them and saved down with F10, you might want to go into the settings screens and re-assign the save function to some combination (like CTRL+F10) that is harder to hit by accident - most of the weird view problem questions/posts over the years have resulted from players hitting the F10 key by accident while they happened to be looking somewhere else and thus saving a new default view without realizing it or meaning to do so.

Thanks. A part of my reluctance was I like ROF albeit I came a decade late. I tend to be loyal beyond reason. So I was delighted to find more or less the same people that made ROF made FC. I like the WW-1 panes for the basic simplicity.

I will drive everyone over the deep end asking questions about this gauge or that contraption on any WW-2 planes. I am not a pilot I am just fresh meat LOL. I play for fun and hel when I can. Scores mean nothing to me. The point is to play and maybe survive . Winter in NH USA is long wet and cold. Like today we had snow to sleet and rain to sleet and will be snowing later. A good day for ducks. I could work, but want to play :)

What ever happens here in the way of info will be referred to again and again. So I thank everyone for helping .


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Posted 25 November 2019 - 15:13

Thanks I bet that will help. Last night after I asked this question, with track ir ON I moved my head around to see the forward view and hit F 10 as I had moved with the F 10 key to a dead on straight rear view. No moving the F 10 key was going to get me facing forwards again.
 

I have not fiddled with custom trackir settings, and did not know about F9. Thanks !

 

 

You should customize them to minimize the head movement to traverse 180 degrees. This is a good place to start.

 

I think BoS and BoM can be had for 16USD when on sale.

 

Track IR Profiles
"Requiem Jun 2014" My latest TrackIR profile which supersedes the Requiem6DOF one. Use a speed of 1 and smoothness of 30.
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#14 Von-Dervare

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Posted 29 November 2019 - 22:44

You should customize them to minimize the head movement to traverse 180 degrees. This is a good place to start.

 

I think BoS and BoM can be had for 16USD when on sale.

 

Track IR Profiles
"Requiem Jun 2014" My latest TrackIR profile which supersedes the Requiem6DOF one. Use a speed of 1 and smoothness of 30.
zip.gif  Requiem Jun 2014.zip   1.06KB   822 downloads

What is BoS and BoM ?

I will look at the link, and maybe find the answer there . Thank you .


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Posted 30 November 2019 - 01:07

What is BoS and BoM ?

I will look at the link, and maybe find the answer there . Thank you .

 

BoS = Battle of Stalingrad

 

BoM = Battle of Moscow

 

Along with BoK (Battle of Kuban), they are some of the earlier WWII modules in the IL-2 Great Battles series.


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Posted 30 November 2019 - 02:17

Whatever this is I was unable to open. My wife is better than I am and she opened it but nothing appears. We will try some more

 She is talking about using it in notepad to open ????

WellI got this. I haven't got the first clue what it is for, or where it goes .. what to do...
 

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Posted 30 November 2019 - 15:23

Not sure, but it looks like it's probably one of the TIR profiles that Requiem created (if so, it's a pretty good starting point, though I did wind up tweaking it a bit once I used it for a while).   You don't want/need to open it, however - you just want to copy the file into the proper location where TIR stores and looks for its profiles and then select/load it from within the TIR software.

 

Unfortunately, I'm away from my RoF PC (and don't have TIR on this laptop) so I can't tell you exactly where that file needs to be within the TIR folder(s).

 

[EDIT] Got back to my RoF PC momentarily - the profile files (e.g., Requiem.html or whatever that one is called) should be placed in the Profiles folder under the main TIR folder.  On mine, that's like the following:

 

C:\Tools\NaturalPoint\TrackIR5.4.1\Profiles

 

But that will vary depending on exactly where you installed your TIR program and what you called the upper folders.


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Posted 01 December 2019 - 20:21

Not sure, but it looks like it's probably one of the TIR profiles that Requiem created (if so, it's a pretty good starting point, though I did wind up tweaking it a bit once I used it for a while).   You don't want/need to open it, however - you just want to copy the file into the proper location where TIR stores and looks for its profiles and then select/load it from within the TIR software.

 

Unfortunately, I'm away from my RoF PC (and don't have TIR on this laptop) so I can't tell you exactly where that file needs to be within the TIR folder(s).

 

[EDIT] Got back to my RoF PC momentarily - the profile files (e.g., Requiem.html or whatever that one is called) should be placed in the Profiles folder under the main TIR folder.  On mine, that's like the following:

 

C:\Tools\NaturalPoint\TrackIR5.4.1\Profiles

 

But that will vary depending on exactly where you installed your TIR program and what you called the upper folders.

That's a good starting point. I am a pc dummy really. I sort of understand. I will have to do some hunting.  Before you said this I was plain lost. Hence my handle  Von Dervare = wonder where if you say if fast 10 times out loud  LOL

I know how a lot of things work in the real world but this digital stuff kills me. If others like you will help I can get the task done. That helps give me a better understanding , but I never get it totally. A couple decades ago I had microsoft flight sim, and someone helped get files installed for clouds there were different maybe 100 more planes and a aircraft carrier I eventually learned how to land bombers on. The planes were one thing and then the values for clouds were another .

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Posted 01 December 2019 - 22:20

just make the yaw curve parabolic and check mirror.

 

try using points 0,0  15,5  20,10 and 30,20  title the profile snd save.


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