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Author Topic: An odd non-meant-to-be cockpit mod -glitch on C.U.P. 109F's & G's  (Read 887 times)

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dietz

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This abberation on 109 "bumps can only be seen inside the cockpit.It defies my ability to describe so here are screen shots instead:







This whatcha-ma-call-it has taken the place of the "bump" in all ways.It has appeared since C.U.P. install & I can't figure out a reason on an otherwise smooth install. Could it have been a corrupted download part? If so which one? Any other ideas?
Thanks! ;)
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Re: An odd non-meant-to-be cockpit mod -glitch on C.U.P. 109F's & G's
« Reply #1 on: June 02, 2015, 08:27:14 PM »

Hi Deitz - the 109s are fine but we will fix you up in the easiest and quickest way possible.  CUP is all about content without pain!

The new WAW Upgrade, in two parts, 09 and 10, will afford the opportunity to minus out (-#WAW) and replace it with the very latest and complete #WAW folder, so that we all have a solid restore point from here.

Any other issues that still afflict you after that point will be down to SFS files inside SFS_WAW or SFS_AUTO (SFS_MAPS is independent and doesn't effect planes).  Therefore, once you have the new #WAW from the new Part 10, and all the SFS files from WAW-01 to 10, anything else that does not belong in there should be cleaned out.

Following the 'Restore Point' at Part-10, will do a list of all SFS files, their size and where they should be.  I will try to design this as a table or chart to be easiest to read and check.  I will update the CUP Manual V05 with the SFS Reference Chart. In this way we will find any abberation and get it out of there.

Of course its perfectly easy to do a reinstall, if you have the time, the disc space and are organised enough.  WAW-01 to 08 are tight and complete as they are without any such problems, we have come a long way. 

A clean WAW can be installed on an existing Il2 in short order by remming out #WAW, SFS_WAW and SFS_AUTO.  Remember that other CUP modules also use SFS_AUTO so re-check that part of any module as well. - Do this afterwards.

Once you have the downloads you could do a full clean re-install of WAW, on top of your existing Il2 install, in less than an hour.  We know this at Hangar-19, since one of us usually drops a hammer and smashes something during testing.  This week it was my turn!

Don't rush though, as always put the coffee on, hold all calls, take your time...






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Re: An odd non-meant-to-be cockpit mod -glitch on C.U.P. 109F's & G's
« Reply #2 on: June 03, 2015, 09:27:01 AM »

Monty - Are parts 9 & 10 available yet.I've got part 8 but finding the post with the download for 9( unless part 9 is the advice to disable all JSGME mods before installing part 8(?)) &10 is eluding me... :(
BTW situation SOLVED! Following your advice I no longer have the wierd things going on outside the cockpit-many thanks! ;)
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