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Re: Post-4.09 patches, A.D.

Post by :FI:Wolfhound » Sun Jul 25, 2010 6:34 pm

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Re: Post-4.09 patches, A.D.

Post by :FI:Wolfhound » Sun Jul 25, 2010 6:36 pm

eamonn 1.12 for zuti , 1.11 been updated to 1,12,whereas 1.13 is not configured properly yet for HSFX
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Re: Post-4.09 patches, A.D.

Post by :FI:Armitage » Mon Jul 26, 2010 1:54 pm

I guess I am a bit slow. Can't find a link for 1.12. Have one for 1.13 and prior 1.12 just missing 1.12
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Re: Post-4.09 patches, A.D.

Post by :FI:Airway » Mon Jul 26, 2010 8:33 pm

:FI:Airway wrote:As I mentioned last sunday in the Comms.

Wouldn't it be easier to recommend Ultrapack for future switchings or new users?

I would do that, because Ultrapack in it's most recent version has an auto updater to stay updated instead of searching and installing patches for the modpack.
Reason 2 I would recommend Ultrapack for is the content. It has Ultrapack 2.11 included as it has also HSFX included and you can switch between both.
And as it's alway up to date, it has always all modpacks with it. And not to forget the 4.09 unmodded version to switch to if wanted.
So it has all Moving dogfight mods on board. 1.1, 1.11, 1.12, 1.13.
No need ever to search and install a MDS Mod or any else.

I know it's all to much for some of you guys but I realy thing it is easier for us all in the end, and especially not consuming as much time on the precious sundays to sort out things as the last times. And that is annoying not only for me I heard the sighing on the comms after 45 minutes :|

Please think over it, and please don't only think about it from your own point of view. Think for us all ;)
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Re: Post-4.09 patches, A.D.

Post by :FI:Genosse » Tue Jul 27, 2010 3:37 pm

:FI:Airway wrote:
:FI:Airway wrote:As I mentioned last sunday in the Comms.

Wouldn't it be easier to recommend Ultrapack for future switchings or new users?

I would do that, because Ultrapack in it's most recent version has an auto updater to stay updated instead of searching and installing patches for the modpack.
Reason 2 I would recommend Ultrapack for is the content. It has Ultrapack 2.11 included as it has also HSFX included and you can switch between both.
And as it's alway up to date, it has always all modpacks with it. And not to forget the 4.09 unmodded version to switch to if wanted.
So it has all Moving dogfight mods on board. 1.1, 1.11, 1.12, 1.13.
No need ever to search and install a MDS Mod or any else.

I know it's all to much for some of you guys but I realy thing it is easier for us all in the end, and especially not consuming as much time on the precious sundays to sort out things as the last times. And that is annoying not only for me I heard the sighing on the comms after 45 minutes :|

Please think over it, and please don't only think about it from your own point of view. Think for us all ;)
Would you repeat this for me again, Marco? :lol: ;)

As you know I´m also using the UP. I really appreciated its update routine which keeps the UP installation on the latest state-of-modding-art. Well, the crowd has decided to go HSFX then let it go ... :)
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Re: Post-4.09 patches, A.D.

Post by :FI:Airway » Wed Jul 28, 2010 8:42 pm

You have HSFX inside of UP and thats the trick.

Only one file instead of this sillyupdatebatchabillywarning from pure hsfx wich isnt maintained :?: . :|
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About last Sunday (Septmeber 26th, 2010)

Post by :FI:Genosse » Mon Sep 27, 2010 11:43 am

Folks!

Summarizing the events on the 352nd CC map lately think we should better stick to CanonUK´s BOB map the next time we want to some cross channel actions. Of course I´m aware of the fact that it doesn´t come along with an 1:1 scale and therefore it´s not suitable for mission buidling with a historical attitude. Yet regarding what issues we came across yesterday (mission loading errors due to corrupted map installation, no clear visible landmarks like cities with buidlings or forrests, IMHO too huge+resource hungry map) I´m afraid that some of us won´t be able to join the server/mission nor to accomplish the mission´s objectives. Maybe it´s just me encountering those inconviniences so I´d like to know how you think about those two different maps ...

Any thoughts, chaps?

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Re: Post-4.09 patches, A.D.

Post by :FI:Wolfhound » Mon Sep 27, 2010 1:17 pm

Agreed, also the lag was awful last night,dunno if that was due to the map though #-o
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Re: Post-4.09 patches, A.D.

Post by :FI:Falcon » Mon Sep 27, 2010 1:20 pm

I don't understand the issues COM is having and I'll never understand the problems Wolfhound once had and what Pete seems to be having now, but in one way or another this map seems to be a common point. Let's keep working on the problem with a co-op or df attempt on the 353 map every now and then, but if it stops even one member/established guest from joining, then let's keep our main Sunday and Wednesday sessions based on proven maps.

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Re: Post-4.09 patches, A.D.

Post by :FI:McBiggles » Tue Sep 28, 2010 11:12 pm

I know abit about this map. Murph is the man however to talk to. I had a damned difficult time getting it to go. He has a thread about it somewhere around here. I believe it wasn't intended to be viewed from the typical altitude we fly at. So that's why there isn't much to look at during a brief plummet to earth. I can't be sure but I think it was for bomber types. Anyway the scale of 1/1 compared to Canons is a difference of flight times to go to the same place...the 353 map requires, at 300 knots say, an additional five minutes or so to go the same 'distance' on Canons map, which is far nicer if you ask me. I do like the 1/1 thingie, but it does take longer for things to happen. With a dogfight and Zuti 1.2 on you can scramble two or three times after the same incoming raid. I have noticed however more lag than usual when we use it as opposed to Canons...don't know, funny things maps.
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Re: Post-4.09 patches, A.D.

Post by :FI:Falcon » Wed Sep 29, 2010 2:47 am

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Reason # 238 why the world should be smaller.


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Re: Post-4.09 patches, A.D.

Post by :FI:Ardmore » Wed Sep 29, 2010 11:47 am

You all want to be flying up the Slot anyway, lovely long flights, nice scenery and a death worthy of entrance to Valhalla.





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