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  1. hoggydog

    Button Boxes

    Are you telling me sewing skills are not required in the Australian military? When I joined the Royal Navy we had to bring quite a comprehensive sewing kit and were taught basic uniform repairs!
  2. hoggydog

    Button Boxes

    ordered this one, it seemed a reasonable price. Let's see how it works
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    Button Boxes

    Does anyone use a button box? Any issues or tips for using one?
  4. Thanks guys. and thanks for that excellent article/letter.
  5. Were the gunshields used in Europe?
  6. Hi folks, I'm looking for any decent images or videos (or books) about the M577 in American service. If anyone k is of a good image and or info website please let me know.
  7. I'm a maybe for this one folks. will know closer to the weekend
  8. I had, this. I remapped the driving axis's to a different axis and this sorted it.
  9. I HAVE FOUND THE CULPRIT..... If I reduce Road rendering detail to its lowest level it drops RAM usage by about 2GB
  10. I have terminated all none essential programs and this does increase available RAM by about 800mb, however SB just sucks it all up and gets back above 6.5GB within seconds
  11. Okay, clearing space on C Drive and increasing virtual memory to double that of physical memory has made no difference. The amount of terrain detail and complexity in a scenario or map makes little or no difference to the RAM issue but can effect FPS It is the RAM issue causing the drop outs and stuttering rather than an actual drop in FPS. Use of Ram seems to hover between 6.5GB and 7.5GB. When it goes above 7.0 is when drop outs really start. After a scenario has been run, it will stay at this high usage in all game menus and when Alt Tabbed out of SB and will not fall away until SB is terminated
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