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Posted 04 May 2010 - 05:59 PM

If we bang in a weekend I can pretty much adjust my sleeping schedule to fit any timezone, and hopefully avoid falling asleep at the controls of my Raptor :P


Boys (HF, Neph, Hx). How would this work with you? Maybe I could fly two up with Sweeper? But I think I'm too inexperienced with multiplay, ICQ/Raptr, Teamspeak, etc. at this stage.

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Posted 04 May 2010 - 08:31 PM

Well even if it is not running 100% smoothly it should work... But I have been doing the time checkups, 2100 Washington is like 10-11 hours from when I make this post, the problem is... I will be heading for work around that time.
If we bang in a weekend I can pretty much adjust my sleeping schedule to fit any timezone, and hopefully avoid falling asleep at the controls of my Raptor :P


This weekend might work. Provide a window of time and I'll see what I can do.

Go ahead and post your window using Zulu time so there's no confusion.
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Posted 04 May 2010 - 08:47 PM

Gees ..... that 1.00am/2.00am flying time is good is it. (Unless you're on shift work....). Maybe I can offer something from Oz Being retired, my time is more flexible. However I'm still on a fast learning curve (Hosting is another thing :huh: ) Get that system running sweetly Sweeper, and stay tuned. :thumbsup:


I would be OK to host most any agreed time.
Of course we all need to be compatible
HFs is about to upgrade Total Air War v2.11 to v2.12 Beta 6 any time now. We shall see.

OK it's out now complete with the Nightstalker skin
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I found an easy quick way to compare our time spread.

Use this link ---> http://www.google.com/ig?hl=en#max3
Then choose "Date & Time. Move the red marker to the place in the world you want the time.
This is an example of Wombat's time.

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Posted 05 May 2010 - 02:36 AM

using Zulu time


Zulu time???
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Posted 05 May 2010 - 09:37 AM

From what I gathered Zulu = UTC time, that is basically international time based on an atomic clock.
If precise seconds are not needed (We basically only need accuracy on the hours right?) you can consider Greenwich Mean Time an equal thing.
From there your timezone would be GMT -4 or 5 for the East coast of US, or GMT + 1 for my timezone, now I am not sure how many hours ahead Australia is according to GMT, but that is easy to figure out, in fact your Windows computer clock can tell you that, as it operates on UTC and I think it is like +10.

Anyways, I can make it at any time around 2100 GMT or UTC for anyone it may concern, I was fearing it was 2100 in Washington which places me at a fair disadvantage :P
As for the weekends, I can make any Window at Saturday, but I need some advance notification if it is nighttime UTC as I need to get some sleep first to change my day to match.

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Posted 05 May 2010 - 10:36 AM

From what I gathered Zulu = UTC time, that is basically international time based on an atomic clock.
If precise seconds are not needed (We basically only need accuracy on the hours right?) you can consider Greenwich Mean Time an equal thing.


I just always said Zulu due to my background, but I was referring to GMT.


Anyways, I can make it at any time around 2100 GMT or UTC for anyone it may concern, I was fearing it was 2100 in Washington which places me at a fair disadvantage :P

Actually, the normal fly in time is 2100 Washington DC time.

As for the weekends, I can make any Window at Saturday, but I need some advance notification if it is nighttime UTC as I need to get some sleep first to change my day to match.


We're looking for someone to take the initiative and start a European fly-in. Sounds like you might be the guy. Come up with a time and we can work around it to get you set up.
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Posted 05 May 2010 - 10:48 AM

Start an European? Well how about 1300 GMT / UTC or 1400 just to pick a number? That is daytime for me, but I can go later if required.

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Posted 05 May 2010 - 11:28 AM

Start an European? Well how about 1300 GMT / UTC or 1400 just to pick a number? That is daytime for me, but I can go later if required.


I'll check with Hawkx to see what he is doing. He's wiser than me in these things and also has a flexible timetable.
By-the-way. Do you have FRAPS? It would measure you frame rate in TAW2.0 and its free.

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Posted 05 May 2010 - 11:53 AM

Start an European? Well how about 1300 GMT / UTC or 1400 just to pick a number? That is daytime for me, but I can go later if required.


1400 works for me (that means 10am my time, and 7am for Hawkx). It's a good weekend time because it's before the Mrs. wakes up, which also means I can get some flying in before she executes the Plan of the Day.
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Posted 05 May 2010 - 12:13 PM

1400 works for me (that means 10am my time, and 7am for Hawkx). It's a good weekend time because it's before the Mrs. wakes up, which also means I can get some flying in before she executes the Plan of the Day.

Mid-night in Melbourne, but I'm in if needed. 1300 GMT would be easier and I think Hawkx would be flexible for my sake.

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Posted 05 May 2010 - 12:19 PM

1400 works for me (that means 10am my time, and 7am for Hawkx). It's a good weekend time because it's before the Mrs. wakes up, which also means I can get some flying in before she executes the Plan of the Day.

Mid-night in Melbourne, but I'm in if needed. 1300 GMT would be easier and I think Hawkx would be flexible for my sake.

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Software, 1st partition: XP Home SP3 32bit OS  with3.25Gb available memory running TAW2.0 Ed:2.20 Baseline + 2.21 Patch + 2.22a Patch + 2.30beta4, nGlide Wrapper 1600x1200 (Gamma Correction 1.2).

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Posted 05 May 2010 - 12:26 PM

Mid-night in Melbourne, but I'm in if needed. 1300 GMT would be easier and I think Hawkx would be flexible for my sake.


I can shift an hour as well.
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Posted 05 May 2010 - 12:41 PM

I can shift an hour as well.


Does that mean its go 1300GMT this Saturday? What about Neph. I'm happy to stand aside watch and learn

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Software: Win8.1 64-bit OS with 15.9Gb available memory running TAW2.0 Ed:2.20 Baseline + 2.21 Patch + 2.22a Patch + 2.30beta4 Patch, nGlide Wrapper 1920 x 1080 (Gamma Correction 0.7) Res. and DCSWorld plus DCS FC3.
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Posted 05 May 2010 - 12:42 PM

Does that mean its go 1300GMT this Saturday? What about Neph. I'm happy to stand aside watch and learn


Quit it with the hand wringing, Sweaty Palms! The best way to learn is to jump in and do it.

Besides, with the 10 player missions, there's more than enough room in the pool!
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-John Stuart Mill

The average Naval Aviator, despite the sometimes swaggering exterior, is very much capable of such feelings as love, affection, intimacy, and caring.
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Posted 05 May 2010 - 12:48 PM

Quit it with the hand wringing, Sweaty Palms! The best way to learn is to jump in and do it.

Besides, with the 10 player missions, there's more than enough room in the pool!


No, no I'm keen to fly .... but I'm just the new chum ...... don't want to stand in the way of the regulars. Don't want anybody forgotten about.

EDIT HF, where that Cougar profile download of yours?

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Software, 1st partition: XP Home SP3 32bit OS  with3.25Gb available memory running TAW2.0 Ed:2.20 Baseline + 2.21 Patch + 2.22a Patch + 2.30beta4, nGlide Wrapper 1600x1200 (Gamma Correction 1.2).

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Software: Win8.1 64-bit OS with 15.9Gb available memory running TAW2.0 Ed:2.20 Baseline + 2.21 Patch + 2.22a Patch + 2.30beta4 Patch, nGlide Wrapper 1920 x 1080 (Gamma Correction 0.7) Res. and DCSWorld plus DCS FC3.
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Posted 05 May 2010 - 01:30 PM

No, no I'm keen to fly .... but I'm just the new chum ...... don't want to stand in the way of the regulars. Don't want anybody forgotten about.

EDIT HF, where that Cougar profile download of yours?


Just for the record, Wombat, you're one of the regulars now.

Also, you already have the latest version of my profile. It's in the \F-22 Total Air War 2.0\!ADP\utilities\Controller_Settings folder.
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Posted 05 May 2010 - 05:05 PM

Heh, I am the newbie, just the guy who seems to develop the love for going in with the cannon and is not shy to use it :P On either air or ground targets...
I am also crazy enough to use LAU-68 rocket pods to down big birds, but haven't had much luck with fighters yet, but that is just a question of leading them properly and avoiding debris.

As for the time, I can go at even earlier than 1300 GMT, but that is totally fine by me... Gives me time to finish my lunch which I suppose eating and going cannon is not adviceable to do at the same time.
Now, who is going to host? I can do it, I just have to know which ports to forward so I can set my weird router network straight.

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Posted 05 May 2010 - 05:12 PM

Heh, I am the newbie .......
........ who is going to host? I can do it, I just have to know which ports to forward so I can set my weird router network straight.

No ...... when, in your last statment you offer to: host ...... mention ports ..... and I've never heard of router made by Weird. ;) Besides, it helps me not feel my age ..... Newbie Wombat I like that. :lol:

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Gigabyte Ultra Durable 3 GA-EX58-UD4P motherboard, Intel ® i7 920 2.67Ghz CPU, 8Gb Memory, NVIDIA GeForce GTX275 (896Mb mem) video card with Direct X9c, Realtek ALC850 sound circuitry, Samsung 21"(4x3)Flat LCD, TM Cougar joystick, TrackIR 3Pro, Logitech G330 Headset, ConnectAccess621 ADSL2/2 Router.

Partitioned HDD:

Software, 1st partition: XP Home SP3 32bit OS  with3.25Gb available memory running TAW2.0 Ed:2.20 Baseline + 2.21 Patch + 2.22a Patch + 2.30beta4, nGlide Wrapper 1600x1200 (Gamma Correction 1.2).

Software, 2nd partition: Vista Home Premium SP2 64bit OS with 6Gb available memory running DCSWorld plus DCS FC3.
 

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MSI GE60 OND-288AU Notebook:Hardware:

15.6" (16 x 9) 1920 x 1080 HD anti-glare LCD screen, Intel ® Core ™ i7-3630QM 3rd Gen 3630QM Intel Core X64-based CPU, Intel HM76 Chipset with Turbo Drive Engine and Cooler Boost Technology, 16Gb DDR3 1600MHz Memory in two slots, NVIDIA Geforce GTX660M 3D Graphics Card with Direct X11, 2Gb GDDR5 Graphics VRAM, 750Gb SATA 7200 rpm HDD, Blue-Ray Optical drive, Saitek X52 joystick (alternatively, MS Sidewinder), Sierra USB Telstra 4G wireless modem (or WiFi in Bali).

Software: Win8.1 64-bit OS with 15.9Gb available memory running TAW2.0 Ed:2.20 Baseline + 2.21 Patch + 2.22a Patch + 2.30beta4 Patch, nGlide Wrapper 1920 x 1080 (Gamma Correction 0.7) Res. and DCSWorld plus DCS FC3.
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#59 Hawkx

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Posted 06 May 2010 - 07:48 PM

If we bang in a weekend I can pretty much adjust my sleeping schedule to fit any timezone, and hopefully avoid falling asleep at the controls of my Raptor :P


My X52 has a MFD that shows , GME time compared to my time on the left coast. (California)
'CMDR Sweeper' Come on down to TeamSpeak.
We welcome new Total Air War v2.11 MPers
We are very strict when it comes to a promise to show up.

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#60 Wombat1940

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Posted 06 May 2010 - 08:12 PM

My X52 has a MFD that shows , GME time compared to my time on the left coast. (California)

We are very strict when it comes to a promise to show up.

I didn't see any conformation of any get together. If that is the normal practice. My understanding, if you are talking about a flight with Sweeper was
1.00pm Saturday for sweeper (1300GMT), which is (I think) 6.00 am Saturday for you , 9.00am Saturday for HF, 11.00pm Saturday for me, and I don't know if Neph was coming. See Sweeper's post #57 above.

Custom built PC:Hardware:

Gigabyte Ultra Durable 3 GA-EX58-UD4P motherboard, Intel ® i7 920 2.67Ghz CPU, 8Gb Memory, NVIDIA GeForce GTX275 (896Mb mem) video card with Direct X9c, Realtek ALC850 sound circuitry, Samsung 21"(4x3)Flat LCD, TM Cougar joystick, TrackIR 3Pro, Logitech G330 Headset, ConnectAccess621 ADSL2/2 Router.

Partitioned HDD:

Software, 1st partition: XP Home SP3 32bit OS  with3.25Gb available memory running TAW2.0 Ed:2.20 Baseline + 2.21 Patch + 2.22a Patch + 2.30beta4, nGlide Wrapper 1600x1200 (Gamma Correction 1.2).

Software, 2nd partition: Vista Home Premium SP2 64bit OS with 6Gb available memory running DCSWorld plus DCS FC3.
 

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MSI GE60 OND-288AU Notebook:Hardware:

15.6" (16 x 9) 1920 x 1080 HD anti-glare LCD screen, Intel ® Core ™ i7-3630QM 3rd Gen 3630QM Intel Core X64-based CPU, Intel HM76 Chipset with Turbo Drive Engine and Cooler Boost Technology, 16Gb DDR3 1600MHz Memory in two slots, NVIDIA Geforce GTX660M 3D Graphics Card with Direct X11, 2Gb GDDR5 Graphics VRAM, 750Gb SATA 7200 rpm HDD, Blue-Ray Optical drive, Saitek X52 joystick (alternatively, MS Sidewinder), Sierra USB Telstra 4G wireless modem (or WiFi in Bali).

Software: Win8.1 64-bit OS with 15.9Gb available memory running TAW2.0 Ed:2.20 Baseline + 2.21 Patch + 2.22a Patch + 2.30beta4 Patch, nGlide Wrapper 1920 x 1080 (Gamma Correction 0.7) Res. and DCSWorld plus DCS FC3.
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