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DarkAngel

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  1. think it has to be in the base map folder not the delta folder.
  2. Could you not just put it in the map folder now that is allowed?
  3. I wonder the price point of the original post. Don't look much cheaper than AFV Sim TBH if they are made out of anything durable
  4. U-Hid board, some wire and some components if you are going to make the housing yourself!.
  5. You are trying to edit a published map. You can only edit unpublished maps. You can make an unpublished copy of whatever map you want to play around with.
  6. The problem is this... New is evaluated for each route. So a 0<new< 25 and 25<new<50 etc could all be false as the system is generating a new variable for each route. You need a route which is non conditioned for each branching group, if one of the conditioned routes is not selected then it will embark on the non conditioned route. If you want say 4 routes to pick a single random route use one of the x numbers then you can do 0<X1<25, 25<x1<50, 50<X1<75, 75<X1<100
  7. Yes and no... Same map but rebuilt with better data.
  8. I do have a map in development which is part of the Caucuses map. Have often considered an SB-DCS cross over campaign set during the Abkhazian war in the early 90s.
  9. Sorry I may have misread the question. This is not done inside the SB map editor but inside my own SB map editor which i wrote.
  10. Yes, I've played around with this.
  11. Sure you are using the right key?. Works fine for me in 4.163 and current test versions.
  12. as long as you aren't in a rush.
  13. it was probably V1 SRTM data that it was built from
  14. it may be but it could have gotten confused from the notes because of the German , and . swap
  15. Are you in the right sight... You have to be in the periscope sight.
  16. Maybe that was the issue that i remember reading about, that they only support low res encoders
  17. Leo Bodnar boards would be good if Esim supported them as they have the ability to handle Rotary encoders for traverse wheels. From what I've read the U-Hid claims to do rotary encoders but don't implement them well.
  18. Plus using a U-hid you can have up to 32 buttons
  19. For that price you could build several. Start with a Leo bodnar or U-Hid board and an RS or Wiltronics catalogue Nothing in that box there is worth US$230
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