Originally Posted By: Rick_Rawlings
I'm not even sure that the dot scale works correctly anyway. Has anyone verified this? My dots are set at 4000, but I don't think I am seeing aircrsft at 2.5 miles away. Or is 4000 feet? That would seem more likely. Anyway, my multiplyer is set at 1, but my wingmen always react way before I can see anything, dot or otherwise. Does anyone know what the "visibility" range of the A.I. is?

The multiplier imho only interacts with the distance for various labels. The distance for dots is fixed (as you decide it) and it is well written in the workshop all distances are meters. It's easy to verify, when the dots appear you turn on activity labels and you have the distance.

Also agree with Olham that things should not become over complicated. And anyway in the end it's up to each pilot to respect them because nobody will be there to control what you're doing...

Last edited by corsaire31; 06/04/14 11:33 PM.

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