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Mr9million

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Re: Battle Of France - A Dynamic Campaign for DCG and BAT
« Reply #12 on: September 15, 2018, 09:35:40 AM »

I have found the problem, I was using DCG 3.48. But when I go to the site and post supplied by everybody I seem to not be able to download anything.

Is it gone or am I stupid?
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Re: Battle Of France - A Dynamic Campaign for DCG and BAT
« Reply #15 on: March 19, 2019, 03:45:25 PM »

This looks good bro! installing DCG 3.49 as we speak!
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Re: Battle Of France - A Dynamic Campaign for DCG and BAT
« Reply #16 on: March 21, 2019, 08:36:39 AM »

I have tried to log on to the JG1 website but although it told me I was successfully registered I cannot access the site to download Lowengrin's DCG 3.49. I emailed the administrator but have had no reply so far. Is the site still active?
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Re: Battle Of France - A Dynamic Campaign for DCG and BAT
« Reply #17 on: March 21, 2019, 10:08:49 AM »

It is still active. I was just there before I typed this message.
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Re: Battle Of France - A Dynamic Campaign for DCG and BAT
« Reply #18 on: March 22, 2019, 09:00:11 AM »

Yes, it is still active. Latest version is 3.49 beta27 : http://forum.jg1.org/topic/3836-dcg-349-open-beta-test/?p=48485
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Re: Battle Of France - A Dynamic Campaign for DCG and BAT
« Reply #19 on: April 07, 2019, 01:20:24 PM »

Links updated in the first post.

Changes:

- class.dcg file structure changed to work in DCG 3.49
- Lysander updated to work in BAT 3.5 MUSKETEER
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Re: Battle Of France - A Dynamic Campaign for DCG and BAT
« Reply #20 on: April 07, 2019, 11:10:48 PM »

Excellent Shakaali!
I´ll try it with the just released DCG v3.49
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Re: Battle Of France - A Dynamic Campaign for DCG and BAT
« Reply #21 on: April 19, 2019, 12:03:10 PM »

Hi Shakaali!
I installed the campaign in BAT v3.6.1 + DCG 3.49
Configure DCG
Start an IL-2 DE fighter campaign and when the first mission is generated...My plane is a He-111 ¿?¿?¿?
Any help?

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Re: Battle Of France - A Dynamic Campaign for DCG and BAT
« Reply #22 on: April 19, 2019, 03:04:28 PM »

arquillos, exactly which squadron did you select? And, more importantly, which aircraft did you select? 

Did you follow the installation instructions:

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Decompress the Battle Of France.zip into your DCG home directory.
Make a backup of the DGEN directory in you IL-2 game directory and copy DGEN folder from Battle Of France folder to main game folder, overwrite if prompted.
Copy Skins Folder from Battle Of France folder and paste it over PaintSchemes/Skins in your IL-2 game directory.
Start DCG, select Optional Third Party Data Folder.
Navigate to the Battle Of France folder and select allcampaigns.dcg
Select Off Line Career (Full Auto-Generation Mode) in the DCG main screen.
Launch Il-2 and select one of the above-mentioned careers.


Note the bolded line. Aircraft being replaced by another in DCG is usually caused by a missing skin folder. DCG needs a skin folder for each and every aircraft.
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Re: Battle Of France - A Dynamic Campaign for DCG and BAT
« Reply #23 on: April 20, 2019, 09:11:06 AM »

arquillos, exactly which squadron did you select? And, more importantly, which aircraft did you select? 

Did you follow the installation instructions:

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Decompress the Battle Of France.zip into your DCG home directory.
Make a backup of the DGEN directory in you IL-2 game directory and copy DGEN folder from Battle Of France folder to main game folder, overwrite if prompted.
Copy Skins Folder from Battle Of France folder and paste it over PaintSchemes/Skins in your IL-2 game directory.
Start DCG, select Optional Third Party Data Folder.
Navigate to the Battle Of France folder and select allcampaigns.dcg
Select Off Line Career (Full Auto-Generation Mode) in the DCG main screen.
Launch Il-2 and select one of the above-mentioned careers.


Note the bolded line. Aircraft being replaced by another in DCG is usually caused by a missing skin folder. DCG needs a skin folder for each and every aircraft.

Thank you for your fast support !!!!


I checked and re-checked everything you said but I didn´t find nay problem or error :(

So I deleted the Mission/Campaign/DE mission folder, the DCG installation and replaced the original BAT 3.6.1 DGEN directory, and started everything from the begining:

1.- Unzipped DCG v3.49
2.- DCG SetupWizard
3.- Select "Off-line Career"
4.- DCG - "Optional Third Party Data Folder" -> allcampaigns.dgc
5.- Close DCG
6.- Backup Il-2 DGEN Dir
7.- Copy BoF DGEN files to IL-2 DGEN dir (campaignsDE0.dat...etc)
8.- Copy Skins to IL-2 PaintSchemes/Skins folder.
9.- Start BAT
10.- New DE Campaign - Battle Of France Fighter (DCG)
11.- Generate
   (Plane by default: Mdtt Bf109E3, 1939, Squadron I./JG 1)
12.- MissionPro v4.12.2(by P.A.L.)
   Briefing Aircraft OK -> Aircraft: Bf109E3
   Flight -> Wrong -> I_StG200 (Ju-87B-1)
   Plane -> Wrong -> Junkers Ju87B-1, 1938
   
   NOTE: If I change the Squadron to I_JG1 Il-2 "explodes" :)


Il-2 Generated Mission folder: DGen_0_BOF00
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   194005100.mis
   194005100.properties
   plus 36 more files


The 194005100.mis seems to be fine:

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...
[WING]
  I_StG200
  III_KG3_000
  III_KG7700
  1r_GBI-1100
  I_JG100
  I_JG2600
  III_JG2600
  I_JG300
  Stab_JG7700
  I_JG7700
  I_JG2700
  I_JG5_100
  ZG1_I00
  3e_GC2-200
  5e_GC3-200
  1r_GC1-400
  3e_GC2-800
  5e_GC3-300
  GC1-14500
  RAF_No085SQN00
  2H_12a00
  5F_122a00
  GRI3300
  fr0100
[I_StG200]
  Planes 4
  Skill0 2
  Skill1 0
  Skill2 1
  Skill3 0
  pilot0 de_23.bmp
  pilot1 de_09.bmp
  pilot2 de_07.bmp
  pilot3 de_27.bmp
  Class air.JU_87B1
  Fuel 100
  weapons 1xSC250_4xSC50
[I_StG200_Way]
  NORMFLY 340891.00 177044.00 3000.0 300.00 &0
  NORMFLY 323996.00 175321.00 3000.0 300.00 &0
  NORMFLY 295101.00 185597.00 3000.0 300.00 &0
  GATTACK 295100.88 193097.88 3000.0 300.00 3_Chief 1 &0
  NORMFLY 335890.00 201294.00 3000.0 300.00 &0
  NORMFLY 364681.00 197492.00 3000.0 300.00 &0
  NORMFLY 403472.00 190689.00 3000.0 300.00 &0
  LANDING 430263.69 195886.17 0 0 &0
....


The Campaign.dcg file also looks good to me:

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[Campaign]
Battle Of France

[Battle]
BOF

[Map]
BOF

[Front]
Diest

[DeZone]
Düsseldorf_Depot

[RuZone]
Dunkerque_Depot

[DeTrigger]
Düsseldorf_Depot

[RuTrigger]
None

[DeDestroyTrigger]
None
100

[RuDestroyTrigger]
None
100

[DeSunkTrigger]
None
100

[RuSunkTrigger]
None
100

[DeSupply]
Default

[RuSupply]
Default

[DeOilSupply]
Default

[RuOilSupply]
Default

[TimeofDay]
Day

[Time]
0

[Date]
10/05/1940

[EndDate]
25/06/1940

[EndDateVictor]
Blue

[Data]
F:\IL-2-DGC-3.49\Battle Of France\

[BackUp]
F:\IL-2-DGC-3.49\Backup\BOF_DE\

[Mission]
Preference=0
Target=Random
StartTime=Random
EndTime=Random
Enemy=Unknown
BCloudType=Clear
WCloudType=Thunder Showers
CloudHeight=Random
Intercept=Random
Fuel=100%
BriefingSound=None
Troops=1000
BugOutRadius=10
AlliedRecon=0
AxisRecon=0
CurrentConditions=1
ContactLevel=Default
Gusts=Off
Turbulence=Off
Winds=Off
MissionEnd=160001


And so the pilot.dcg...

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pilot.dcg
[I_JG10]
  003 000 007 Roderich Marseille @DGen\DE\03 *41 &1904Stuttgart
  000 000 006 Thorsten Hubner @DGen\DE\17 *10 &1917Stuttgart
  003 000 012 Sven Dörffer @DGen\DE\16 *21 &1918Berlin
  000 000 001 Kaspar Bieber @DGen\DE\12 *00 &Leipzig
  007 000 023 Adrian Meier @DGen\DE\03 *32 &1918Munich
  000 000 001 Erwin Dahm @DGen\DE\03 *00 &1918Leipzig
  001 000 007 Axel Bildstein @DGen\DE\04 *20 &1914Potsdam
  000 000 006 Horst Schmidt @DGen\DE\30 *10 &1919Munich
  007 000 019 Carsten Obermeier @DGen\DE\08 *32 &1917Potsdam
^ 000 000 001 Juan @DGen\Photo *00 &1910Madrid
...



 
I think I´m missing something very trivial...so trivial it makes it so hard to debug.
I don´t think it´s related to your campaign, maybe with some file the BAT installation...but I´m lost...any clue?


Thank you again!!!!

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