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Posted: Fri Oct 09, 2009 10:43 AM
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CrazySchmidt, I'm sure you've probably already been inundated with PM's asking about adding the newest content (4.09 planes and maps) to MissionMate, but I hadn't seen anything on the forums, so I thought I'd shine a light this a'way.

I'm assuming you're already hard at work adding the newest stuff to MM. When will we get a taste?

Thanks!


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Post Post subject: Re: Someone was bound to ask, so...
Posted: Sun Oct 11, 2009 07:43 AM
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Well, not hard at work Wink , but I have made a small start and I will of course be updating MM for the 4.09 official patch.

There's a bit of work to do on some of the new maps as well, I notice that a few of the airbase locations have moved from the locations programmed into MM Crying or Very sad , So there is a little bit of work to be done before I'll be ready for release yet.

Cheers, CS. Smile

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Posted: Thu Nov 05, 2009 04:41 AM
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How's the new version going on, crazyfella?

You could also allow the scrollbars and the window to be resizable in the "Quick mission" window. I use very high dpi (150%) and I can configure half of the settings only Crying or Very sad

Long life MM!

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Posted: Thu Nov 05, 2009 08:00 AM
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c3912745 wrote:
How's the new version going on, crazyfella?

You could also allow the scrollbars and the window to be resizable in the "Quick mission" window. I use very high dpi (150%) and I can configure half of the settings only Crying or Very sad

Long life MM!

Hi, I'm about 90-95% done. All the map adjustments have been completed and I only have 2-3 aircraft remaining to put in. So not too much longer now I hope.

As for the 150 DPI, you could try a higher resolution to bring the quick mission window into screen size, if that is possible (not knowing your system of course).

The other thing though that you probably have already noticed, is that MM won't actually produce accurate way-points for you at 150 DPI. In other words the points you place on the MM map will not correspond to the points on the IL-2 map because the MM points scaling is based on either 96 DPI (standard) or 120 DPI.

Cheers, CS. Smile

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Posted: Fri Nov 06, 2009 06:40 AM
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90-95%?!?!

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As for the 150 DPI, you could try a higher resolution to bring the quick mission window into screen size, if that is possible (not knowing your system of course).

I'm already using the highest resolution (1440x900). I share the computer with my oldies and got used to the large fonts, so I don't change it back anymore (plus have to restart XP every time, ouch!).

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The other thing though that you probably have already noticed, is that MM won't actually produce accurate way-points for you at 150 DPI. In other words the points you place on the MM map will not correspond to the points on the IL-2 map because the MM points scaling is based on either 96 DPI (standard) or 120 DPI.

hahahahaha that explains many WTF?!?! It doesn't matter much: I bring up the FMB and relocate, if necessary.

Keep up the good work CS!!!

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Post Post subject: Re: Someone was bound to ask, so...
Posted: Fri Nov 06, 2009 08:38 AM
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CrazySchmidt wrote:
Hi, I'm about 90-95% done. All the map adjustments have been completed and I only have 2-3 aircraft remaining to put in. So not too much longer now I hope.

Cheers, CS. Smile

Great news. Cool


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