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....The Need for 80's Nostalgia 😁 Heatblur's Amazing New F-14B Tomcat for DCS World.

 

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Great-looking pictures/video and, yes, good nostalgia! What is that little blue cross (on the LHS windshield of #3) - the target?

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16 minutes ago, P_7878 said:

Great-looking pictures/video and, yes, good nostalgia! What is that little blue cross (on the LHS windshield of #3) - the target?

Thank You all for the nice comments,I fly in VR and The Blue Cross is a "Click Spot" tied into my TM Warthog Hotas It Basically takes the place of a mouse pointer.

***Incidentally I flew home from Mexico last week in a AA 787 Dreamliner,My Wife and I were bumped up to Business class because of lack of coach seats,It was AMAZING!!! I did not want to get off the plane 😀***

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Just wondering how you tie the mouse pointer to your wort hog.

I fly in vr to and can't get mouse to map to the mouse control.

Thanks Ted kiser

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".... bumped up to Business class ..."

Let me think, I guess, it must have been then more than a choice of just "Chicken or Fish"...or some such pre-packed fare for dinner...🙂...

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Talk to me Goose!

 

Awesome shots as usual Patrick!

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Wish I had the drive space for DCS world, what beautiful visuals, and the Tomcat with its Phoenix missile named after where I live was an amazing peace of Navy hardware.  But lest I remind you, my father, the Navy's Top Health Physicist out of Mare Island until he moved to the Nuclear Regulatory Commission in the 1980's, helped build the nuclear powered airports the Tomcat's flew from, and the subs and nuclear surface ships that support the nuclear carriers today.  His hope was that our carriers could not only respond in War, but in Peacetime efforts such as the natural disasters which have happened since his passing.  My father was born on March 5th, and my brother, who was in the Air Force, passed on March 3rd 1992.  My oldest brother, who served in the California National Guard for many years, passed on his birthday, June 17th, 2009.  I praise all veterans, all those who have seen or fallen in battle, because having seen battle, thru the media, or thru honored members who make posts like this with such respect for veterans, we are one, the Big Red One....

John

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On March 14, 2019 at 7:42 PM, frieone said:

Just wondering how you tie the mouse pointer to your wort hog.

I fly in vr to and can't get mouse to map to the mouse control.

Thanks Ted kiser

WOW!!! I'm so Very,Very Sorry I didn't reply to you sooner Sir,My deepest Appologies!! 

So in The controls menu there's a listing called "UD Layer" in there you can map several mouse/zoom functions.

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Patrick np 

I scanned the forums over as dcs world page and i got it working.

Has made my vr experience so much better. i have also added coms to my Logitech game pad.

So now i am getting a lot better with the f-18 and will soon feel the need for speed as that plane is the one i should have flow had my eyes not gone bad. i was legacy  naval academy. but never went ☹️.

thanks ted

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