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I took a flight around an airfield in the Formosa terrain and found this:

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Don't know if it's a driving plane or flying truck. Could be both.

 

Might just be a plane playing hide-and-seek or a new camouflage.

 

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Looks like someone is trying to steal and stuff MiG-15 into truck and run away with it undetected! The planning of stealing this MiG-15 by truck method is a fail since MiG-15 is too big to fit into truck!

 

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:lmao:

 

oh, hell!!! that's EPIC!!!!

 

that's the kind of Easter Egg ™ I try to build, and can't ever quite get!!

 

(obviously, there's a SovietTruck on that airfled that shares the exact coordinates for the game generated parked planes. But still, rightously funnny!!)

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That plane or truck wasn't the only one or two on the airfield.

 

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geary, activate the debug mode of the HUDData ini, and let me know what airfield that is. It's a 2 minute fix. (that is, of course, if you WANT if fixed!!! :biggrin: )

 

hard to tell which type of airfield that is from this view; could be anything!

 

out of curiosity, is the targets ini the one I did an update on a few years bacK? or something else?

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geary, activate the debug mode of the HUDData ini, and let me know what airfield that is. It's a 2 minute fix. (that is, of course, if you WANT if fixed!!! :biggrin: )

 

hard to tell which type of airfield that is from this view; could be anything!

 

out of curiosity, is the targets ini the one I did an update on a few years bacK? or something else?

 

 

DUH, HUH? :pardon:

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:biggrin:

 

with the 3W extractor, go into the FLightData.cat, and extract the HUDData.ini. Place it in the /FLight folder

 

do this to the top section:

 

[Debug]

//DisplayDebug=FALSE

DisplayDebug=TRUE

 

that'll turn on the de-bug mode, and it'll show the name of the 'nearest target area' and the x/y corrdinates (not that that is that important) You'll also see a white X, that will give the offset from the 0/0 of the taget area (but again not that importnat)

 

it'll look somewhat like the screenie below.

 

you can turn OFF the debug by hitting Alt/D twice. 3 times will bring the info box back to the lower left corner.

 

 

when done, you can reopen the HUDData.ini, and change it back to FALSE

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Indy, if you still want the MiG-15, they are trying to get it out by truck.

 

Truck? What truck??

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