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  1. Bad Dog

    M1A2 In Standard 3 colour camo and all Green woodland 2048 dds files as per stock. The platoon No 23 on rear will appear, but seems random also attachment at front, don't know why a real mystery, ie in a platoon of 4 1 or 2 may show correctly others seemed mixed with or without rear No and front attachment, guess will be fixed in next update, either way she's good to go. Regards Wardog
  2. Request for Abrams related manuals

    Does anybody have links to FM/TM's relating to the M1 Abrams, preferably the M1A2 SEP? I found FM 3-20.12 Tank Gunnery on Scribd but couldn't download it, if anyone has that please link it too.
  3. Saitek X-52 M1 Palm Switch

    I have a Saitek X-52 joystick which has a pinkie switch located near the base at the front: A while back I was going mad trying to program the stick's software to make the pinkie switch behave more like the M1 gunner's palm switch. IOW, I wanted the pinkie switch to be required to be pressed for the stick to work. And if I let go of it, I wanted that to zero the lead. I just couldn't figure it out. Well, a few days ago it hit me. Why not just change the control options in Steel Beasts to "control handle"? :c: And that did it. Now the pinkie switch operates the same way the M1's palm switch does. (At least as I understand it.) Some might say it's a minor difference, but to me it's pretty neat. I don't know if there are a lot of joysticks out there with similar buttons, but I thought I'd just throw this out there. Note: The pinkie switch is mapped through the stick's software to emulate the keyboard's "P" key.
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