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azreal

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#21 10 years ago

Holy crap! Someone actually made progress on this. High five for you Eat Uranium




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#22 10 years ago

where have you been...




azreal

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#23 10 years ago

Not reading this thread cause I didn't think any solution was possible.




Eat Uranium

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#24 10 years ago

I have finally solved the long boring entering into calculators with this handy excel spreadsheet. You just put in the desired convergence at the top and look up the gun. Finally, copy it into the right place in the tweak file.




FatJoe

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#25 10 years ago

Fantastic to see community involvement of making FH2 better.. this is what I love about this community! Rep added ;)




CenturionWarrior

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#26 10 years ago

Nice work indeed +1 for rep.




NoCoolOnesLeft

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#27 10 years ago

The 40mm cannons on the Hurricane were just far appart enough to miss a 13/40 by about one inch at either end.

Which admittedly, is rather annoying.




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#28 10 years ago

Nice job with the spreadsheet. I realized too late one day while I was in C++ class changing all my files, that I could have just made a program for doing that, So after I changed all mine I wrote one up (I was bored lol).

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//Program for determining Rotation settings. //Linux users can remove system ("PAUSE"); from end of program

#include #include #include #include using namespace std; const double PI = 4.0*atan(1.0); int main() { double convergence =0.0,angle,gundistx,degree,D; cout<< "This program will Calculate convergence"<=0) { convergence=angle=gundistx=0.0; cout<< "Enter convergence distance you would like to use:"; cin>>convergence; cout<>gundistx; cout<

It isn't pretty but it does work. I .rar-ed the exe file for anyone who wants it but doesn't know how to use compilers. (As it is C++ it will not work on macs...) Be reassured that It isn't a virus because my C++ knowledge is shit:lol:.