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kev u know these things...KC-10 cockpit..(actually the C-130J-30_cockpit)

looking at out file huds called...

P_HUD and P_HUD_Glass

CP_HUD and CP_HUD_Glass

 

I tried thus to remove them...didnt work...how do I remove \ hide these ?...thnx...heres what I did..

 

Instrument[061]=HidePart1

Instrument[062]=HidePart2

 

[HidePart1]
ModelNodeName=P_HUD
ParentComponentName=Flight_Deck_Ceiling
ShowFromCockpit=FALSE
DamageRating=DESTROYED
HasAeroCoefficients=FALSE
SystemName[001]=P_HUD_Glass

[HidePart2]
ModelNodeName=CP_HUD
ParentComponentName=Flight_Deck_Ceiling
ShowFromCockpit=FALSE
DamageRating=DESTROYED
HasAeroCoefficients=FALSE
SystemName[001]=CP_HUD_Glass

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Edited by russouk2004

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working a new pit for the Extender, or just getting rid of that hud?  the DC-10 uses the same,  and a pit for that would be even nicer than for the tanker.........

 

i just left the pit in there as was when i reworked it. they are meant to be AI due to limited missions in game,  but i did need it to fly em and see how the  skins were progressing. figured others might like to fly it as well even with the not so accurate cockpit

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I don't know that hiding things works in cockpit INI files, as it does for aircraft LODs. I think you have to physically move them back, out of sight.

Try this in the cockpit INI file:

 

Instrument[061]=HidePart1    <-and check that these are sequential to the preceeding entry

Instrument[062]=HidePart2  

 

 

[HidePart1]
Type=AIRSPEED_INDICATOR
NodeName=P_HUD
MovementType=POSITION_Z
Set[01].Position=-100
Set[01].Value=0.0
Set[02].Position=-99
Set[02].Value=1.0

 

[HidePart2]
Type=AIRSPEED_INDICATOR
NodeName=CP_HUD
MovementType=POSITION_Z
Set[01].Position=-100
Set[01].Value=0.0
Set[02].Position=-99
Set[02].Value=1.0

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pretty much as Gatling says, in the pit ini

 

I removed them on something, but can't remember which (c-123?? early 130s??)

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thanks

using it for the sukhoi superjet ....its closest we got ?


excellent...cheers gat....kev...


heres real pit...no time to even think of doing it....lol

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Nice work....:)   I tried something like that for the Canberra bomber using the A-4 pit then removing windscreen cage.

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here's a repaint of a B17 pit apost-65346-0-61242200-1414057013_thumb.jpgpost-65346-0-33029500-1414057017_thumb.jpgnd 757.

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for the Canberra, why not just use Kesselbrut's correct pit??

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