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UQMG question

Postby Sgian Dubh on Sun May 22, 2005 3:12 am

Hi all,

I have never used this program before and all I can say is Bravo!

I thought I was going to have to post that the program was hanging up when I clicked on create mission. However, as I was typing this I saw that the mission summary screen did appear. This took a couple of minutes. Is this normal. I am running on a 2.4 Gig platform with 2 Gigs of RAM.

Anyway. Off to fly now.
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Postby IV/JG1_Oesau on Mon May 23, 2005 12:38 am

Yeah it can take a while depending on what map and how many ground objects you select ie. static AA, Moving AA, Airfield objects, frontline markers, etc...
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Postby Sgian Dubh on Tue May 24, 2005 2:23 am

Okay.

Now that I've completed the tutorial and created some missions of my own all I can say is this is the best utility program I have ever seen for any flight-sim, heck, any software.

This makes the whole IL2 infinitely more enjoyable (I have real issues with the campaign that are generates w/in the game.)

I only wish I had been clued into this great program from the start (IL2) because I would have gotten far more enjoyment out of the entire series if I had used UQMG.

Uberdemon, anytime you are in the Philadelphia area the food and drink is on me.

<S!>
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Postby Sgian Dubh on Tue May 24, 2005 2:24 am

Okay.

Now that I've completed the tutorial and created some missions of my own all I can say is this is the best utility program I have ever seen for any flight-sim, heck, any software.

This makes the whole IL2 infinitely more enjoyable (I have real issues with the campaign that are generates w/in the game.)

I only wish I had been clued into this great program from the start (IL2) because I would have gotten far more enjoyment out of the entire series if I had used UQMG.

Uberdemon, anytime you are in the Philadelphia area the food and drink is on me.

<S!>
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Postby UberDemon on Fri May 27, 2005 3:52 am

Thanks Sgian Dubh

My original reason for UQMG was to give users access to all cool features so that people could enjoy IL-2/FB/PF more.

Until the next time I go to Philadelphia, Cheers.
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