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HBPencil
Sun Dec 03 2017, 02:59AM

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Hi guys,
I have a stock IL2 '46 FMB question which I hope can be answered. In the FMB when I place a static ship I can tilt and rotate it so it looks like it's listing to one side and/or run aground, however when I go to fly the mission the ship is sitting there in the normal level position. Likewise, it's in the normal position when I go back into the FMB. So my question is, can I get it to stick in the odd tilt/angle so it appears that way when I fly the mission?

Cheers,
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PatCartier
Sun Dec 03 2017, 06:44AM

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I don't remember if there are some ships as objects ?
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Juri_JS
Sun Dec 03 2017, 07:17AM

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If I remember correctly tilting objects in a mission doesn't work.
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HBPencil
Mon Dec 04 2017, 03:51AM

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PatCartier wrote ...

I don't remember if there are some ships as objects ?

Only a couple of barges, but no ships I'm afraid.

Juri_JS wrote ...

If I remember correctly tilting objects in a mission doesn't work.

That's a pity but not a surprise, I figured it was the case but it was worth asking on the off chance that there was a way around it.

Cheers
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Juri_JS
Mon Dec 04 2017, 01:43PM

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I think there were some damaged/listing ships available as mods, but I can't remember where I saw them.
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