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Chaoic16

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Question about CUP and java limitation for adding planes
« on: August 10, 2016, 01:24:08 PM »

Hello everyone,

Since I have been out of touch with SAS for a while.  And now that I have found working joystick (Logitech extreme 3d pro) along with my Dell Latitude E6530 laptop with NVidia NVS 5200M, I decided to test and see if I can get IL-2 1946 SAS with CUP working.

(For sake of simplification with just laptop and joystick, I will fly with most simple control up as possible for lite gaming without complex engine management.)

However, I have question about Java limitation.  I remembered long time ago when I countered the problems adding too many planes to the point where IL-2 1946 start to become too unstable with strange side effects.  So I want to know if that limitation is solved or not yet.  If not yet, what is the maximum numbers of add-on planes can I add to each modules of CUP (different era), especially WWII (since WWII have most number of add-on aircraft - Correct me if I am wrong though)?

I look forward to installing SAS 1946 again with CUP in my laptop as soon I get the chance.
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Re: Question about CUP and java limitation for adding planes
« Reply #1 on: August 10, 2016, 04:38:55 PM »

Hi Chaoic,

Funnily enough this just came up today on the board. Check SAS Storebror's post for a great summary of the origins of this issue.
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Re: Question about CUP and java limitation for adding planes
« Reply #2 on: August 11, 2016, 08:12:50 AM »

Hi Chaoic,

Funnily enough this just came up today on the board. Check SAS Storebror's post for a great summary of the origins of this issue.

Thank you for the information and it explains everything about the situations with "Java walls" limitation.  There is always the hope for SAS community to find the ways to break through Java walls.
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