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A-20G torpedos
« on: May 03, 2018, 12:17:04 PM »

Dear all,
two years ago I met a problem with the load-out of the A-20G. The Australian A-20Gs were unable to carry torpedos.
Knochenlutscher (Thank you Tobias) gave me a solution: I had to go in the Aerial Cods folder/3do/Plane, to make a copy of the A-20g(multi1), to place it inside the folder and to rename it A20G(AU).
I recently met the same problem with A-20G from the RAF. I use WAW3 but I couldn't find the Aerial Cods folder.
What should I do? Except  transfer the RAF Squadron to the USAAF.
By the way, is it not possible to get a bombsight in the A20C?
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Re: A-20G torpedos
« Reply #1 on: May 03, 2018, 03:55:21 PM »

Hi Tart,

I remember faintly the Conversation.
This was in junction at the Torp Mines Mod, ?
Comes with a Folder called:
Aerial Torpedoes.7z/AerialMinesCodFiles/3do/Plane


you have to put to CUP, MOD, SAS or whatever Mod folder directory.
Inside find 3do/plane
A-20G(Multi1)* ---- RAF, ...

* do not have Torp Hooks in CF.msh

Inside all is a CF_D0.msh containing added Torp Hooks, but only in (USA) CF.
What you then do is copy this USA/CF to AU and Multi1 Folder

To fix is it as simply as that, hope I'm after 2 years more precise towards the Fix and this is a very tiny


easy to rollback fix I guess.
Wasn't it in the Mod Post were we had our conversation? I can't remember.

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