@N293WK Thank you very much. This was indeed the problem. @Derek I never received any feedback for my open support tickets. No I cannot even login any more as the page "log in as customer" comes up with "file not found"... Glad I got the issue solved from this friendly formum. Thanks to all
Is there any way of dialling down the levels of sound volume on the Hawk? At present the volume of all sounds appears to be out of step with other aircraft in the sim. As a result, when loading up the aircraft having previously flown something else, it's necessary to turn down the master volume in the sim settings in order to hear yourself think. Then, when switching to any other aircraft, you need to remember to turn up the master volume in the sim again.
@dc1973 It 's allright, keep up the good work, I will hear when the manual is updated. I think it is pity for your coder (CodenameJack477 I presume?) if no one takes advantage of all his work, that's all (and of course I am willing the learn the details).
Sorry to hear you are having so much trouble with the game. Here's what I'd suggest:
Post up in the AH2 forum (details in the manual) and see if other users can offer suggestions.
If that fails, contact Just Flight support. If AH2 is using up all your RAM it sounds like something is wrong with your setup.
@magnus-da-smasher Hi, I use the Tomcats with the HDS carrier all the time so it does work okay. Make sure you have the latest update for the carrier mod though as I know they made some recent changes that included bug fixes.
Beyond that I can't help as the carrier module creates launches and traps, the Tomcat doesn't actually do anything in that regard.
@dc1973 Thanks for the info! Also found the thread on the MS FS forum, alas I cannot respond there, never succeeded in login in there. Will follow the thread there and on Avsim. Looking forward to the updates in the manual 🙂
@dadgametime Not only that, but both liveries for the -1000. I would definitely love to see that and some Canadian Regional liveries as well, as both airlines were operating them in the PacNW around the turn of the century.