Laxemann released the LAxemann's rangetables, an Arma 3 Artillery rangetables and manual firing crash course, on the BI forums.
Quote : One of my favourite toys in ACE2 were the mortars or to be more precise, the mortar system.
The vanilla Arma 3, however, comes with no rangetables and has an artillery computer enabled by default, which cripples the art of using artillery to a "click and kill"-kinda thingy.
I therefore began to make (basic) rangetables for the A3 artillery. I fired two shots with the same elevation and measured the impact distance via script, the average distance was then taken. The distances were measured on the flat VR terrain, so keep in mind that all values won't be 100% accurate when you're above or below your target, but they're
very helpful guidelines!
Tom_48_97 has submitted a very simple application able to check if the supported tools need to be updated/installed.
Quote : What is it? Introduction...
Some of you may knew I was working on such project. It was delayed, postponed because of lack of time, it has required more analysis and conception than planned... but, today, here we are.
The Community Tools Updater is a very simple application able to check if the supported tools needs to be updated/installed. If an update is needed, it downloads the new version from a depot maintained by the tool author(s) and install the newer version without asking a single question.
The main purpose is to provide to the modding community a simple method to install/update the tools they need without being forced to hunt news on all over the web and take the risk to download an outdated version (I saw this many times with Poseidon Tools). More, the risk of installing an outdated version is avoided by a simple fact: It's the tool maker that update the depot with his work, not a random person.
You may recognize some tools made by the community veteran Mikero and some other made by me.
Usage is very simple, just download it, extract where you want and use it.
What tools are supported?
Poseidon Tools (*)
TM4 Indenter (*)
(1) Fully supported (check version, install/update) (2) Partial support (check version, tool available in the local depot when populated)
(*) Will be supported soon (this tool is supported by the updater but the tool is not yet ready to be used with it)
Major_Shepardsubmitted an updated stable version of the LEA - Loadout Editor for Arma 3. If you already had the beta you can update the tool by using Check for Updates in the Help menu.
Quote Major_Shepard : LEA is a standalone application with the goal to simplify the customisation of player's loadout and mission edition.
It uses a full graphical interface and maximum automatised processes to help mission-makers and team players waste as less as possible time in editing loadouts.
LEA has the capability to read and rewrite mission.sqm files as well as generate SQF scripts into ArmA 3 mission.
The software is provided with @LEA addon for players to make their loadout at mission start-up whatever the mission running on server.
LEA can also help ArmA 3 team play thanks to its capability to easily share user profiles and missions through FTP.
Added: Addon importer: the addon extracter can now manage pbo compressed files with Elitness.
Added: Addon importer: support for addon with config.cpp instead of config.bin.
Fixed: Mission Editor: re-importing a mission may reset on/off script flag if set off on a named unit.
Fixed: Mission Editor: hide non assigned command may not work with unit and on/off script fag set off.
EMSI released his ArmaSeriesLauncher on the BI forums.
Quote : With this launcher you are able to run any Arma series game (like CWA, AA, A2, A2:OA, A3) with previously adjusted parameters and selected Mods.
Note that, this launcher was designed ONLY for my personal purposes, therefore it not contain any other for me unhelpful parameters or features.
I'm using it primary for all testing purposes (SP/MP/Addon design phase), therefore its design is minimalistic as can be.
Feel free to use it as you wish ... if you are satisfied with its functions of course.
Major_Shepardsubmitted an updated version of the ArmA3Sync - launcher and addons synchronization software which he released on the BI forums.
Quote : ArmA3Sync is both a launcher and addons synchronization software for ArmA 3. It is intend to be used by players, server administrators and ArmA 3 teams. ArmA3Sync development has been inspired from ArmA 2 Game Launcher (SpiritedMachine) and AddonSync 2009 (Yoma).
Game configuration and launch with addons.
Server configuration and launch with addons for both Windows see et Linux see platforms.
Build and management of custom addon repositories FTP or HTTP (Web) servers.
Reliable and easily configurable addon synchronization with checking integrity of files (SHA1).
Minimization of the amount of downloaded data. Web hosted addon repositories will thus benefit from differential updates.
Events broadcast system which can help organizing multiplayer games along with addons see.
Brings native supports for @AllInArmA, @ACRE, @TFAR.
Added: Exact match option into repository synchronisation panel: use this option if you want to compare strictly with the repository content.
Added: -enableHT and -checkSignatures as launch options.
Added: Launch game/server with auto-restart (see launch options panel).
Fixed: Repository FTP upload failded with corrupted files tree structure if repository folder does not already exists on the remote FTP server.
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