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AvionicsDLL=AvionicsF14A.dll..... Shoot list

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Is this DLL the only thing you need to enable an aircraft to create a shootlist  and fire four missiles at 4 targets simultaneously?

The F/A-18E Superhornet has had it successfully implemented, so I tried the dll with the EF2000 Eurofighter, but the firing sequence numbers are not listed on the radar. So I'm guessing I need something more than the dll.

 

 

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Yes, I've just checked again. The F-14.dll is enough to enable you to target 4 aircraft and launch four AMRAAMS, with a guaranteed kill. But there are no listed numbers, which is no biggie, if you can count ;-)

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The Super Hornets came out before SF2:NA so aren't setup for it. And isn't in the works to be implemented as Brain32 hasn't responded to my PM yet regarding Block III cockpits and such.

Also if it has to be the dll only then it probably won't be implemented due to what people have, I.e. I really don't want it to be NA specific. If it can be implemented without completely requiring NA then no problem (it functions normally but if NA is installed it shows the numbers for multiple missiles at one time)

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Multiple targets to fire at in SF2 ?? I wasn't aware of that. Could anyone please explain to me how does that exactly work ? How do you do that ?

Also how does that work for F/A -18s ?

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By default its not implemented, it uses the Avionics70.dll so you can engage one target at a time. If you change the dll to AvionicsF14A.dll you can engage multiple targets at one time. All you need to do is change the line in the main ini, such as the FA-18A.ini, and so on.

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I'm not sure... but if we use the AvionicsF14A.dll we lost air to ground functions... :dntknw:

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I don't know as I never tried it.

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the F14 avionics is ONLY A-A. You'll lose everything else.

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Thanks so on the Super Hornets then I won't make it mandatory given the multi-role nature.

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So it's not such a hit after all. It sounded great in the beginning, but if it's just A-A only, I better stay out of it.

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20 hours ago, EricJ said:

Thanks so on the Super Hornets then I won't make it mandatory given the multi-role nature.

Didn't you set it up as a choice? I thought you had put the F-14DLL in. But maybe you just had it there but scored it out, and then I activated it.

In Superhornet you actually get the missile numbers showing, so there must be something else there, beyond the DLL, that enables that feature. And it can't be NA, because I'm flying in NA.

Anyway, what I have done is enabled the F-14 dll in Superhornet Block II for AA missions, and not enabled it in Superhornet BLK I, which I use for ground attack.

 

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2 minutes ago, alexis99 said:

Didn't you set it up as a choice? I thought you had put the F-14DLL in. But maybe you just had it there but scored it out, and then I activated it.

In Superhornet you actually get the missile numbers showing, so there must be something else there, beyond the DLL, that enables that feature.

Anyway, what I have done is enabled the F-14 dll in Superhornet Block II for AA missions, and not enabled it in Superhornet BLK I, which I use for ground attack.

Yeah I did but I will fix that next update I think, maybe

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16 hours ago, UllyB said:

So it's not such a hit after all. It sounded great in the beginning, but if it's just A-A only, I better stay out of it.

It is a hit. What you don't get is the ground radar. But you can still do AG missions.

It's perfect for the F-22 which is primarily an AA aircraft, but if required to do AG, it is normally loaded with JDAMs. So you really don't need ground radar. Just the map.

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But what does ıt mean multıple targets at once? Does ıt apply only to semı actıve mıssıles? For example ın the EF2000 I should be able to launch a salvo of amramm just by swıtchıng theır targets

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Sorry for late reply. The answer is YES. It works for AMRAAMs.

Using the F14a.dll allows you to create a Shootlist in any modern aircraft carrying AMRAAMs or Phoenix

It is really useful when you have a cluster of enemy aircraft on the radar that you can't separate out individually

1.Call up your AMRAAM

2. Select your first target on the radar, and acquire it.

3. Move the cursor to the next target and acquire it.

4. Acquire four targets this way and you have created a Shootlist

5. Press the missile fire button four times in succession.

On the F-14 radar, you get four numbers relating to the missiles that you have targeted. That's the bit I can't get on other aircraft.

I tried with six Phoenix, but either got duds or they don't function as successfully as four.

 

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