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mashkis
10-31-2004, 04:53 PM
I have been playing the single player campaigns but it seems that none of my ships ever fire AAA on the enemy? I am playing a US Navy career.

I read somewhere that was to reduce system resources but what is the point of having escort ships if they don't protect the carrier?

Also, it seems that I am going against 30 enemy planes and there is only 4 of us. I figure that AAA would help in balancing the sides.

Any ideas what I need to do in the Confi. to make AAA active?

mashkis
10-31-2004, 04:53 PM
I have been playing the single player campaigns but it seems that none of my ships ever fire AAA on the enemy? I am playing a US Navy career.

I read somewhere that was to reduce system resources but what is the point of having escort ships if they don't protect the carrier?

Also, it seems that I am going against 30 enemy planes and there is only 4 of us. I figure that AAA would help in balancing the sides.

Any ideas what I need to do in the Confi. to make AAA active?

fordfan25
10-31-2004, 05:29 PM
ok iv had the same problem.the ships in campaign would not shoot at all wether you were attacking enemy ships or deffending your own. i uninstalled my FB=AEP+PF game and installed just PF. now the ships fire like thay are supposed to.how ever it seems to have given me LOW fps even in quick mission when im the only plane in the air and no AAA.sometimes its low some times when i start the game my FPS is normal "about 37 in cockpit" some times its low "about 6" so you can try what i did and see if it works for you and i hope you dont have the same problem i have had.hopefully all this will get worked out in the full compleat patch thats due in hmmmm 2weeks.

also dont forget to download and install the beta Dgen patch on the front page. If any one else is haveing this problem please seend a bug report to the web address listed in the games readme i think it is PF1c@ru but im not sure. the more reports thay get on this problem the better chance we have of geting it fixed.