1. #21
    Where do I get it?
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  3. #23
    They beat me to it

    Here is a direct link to download it, but basically yeah ...

    Dynamic Campaign Genorator

    If you have questions about it or setting it up, post back in here. We will be more than happy to help in any way we can
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  4. #24
    Thank you a lot Treetop,

    Excellent summary!

    i learn something tonight thanks to you!

    @+
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  5. #25
    Ok I dlowloaded it but I dont know how to install it/use it.
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  6. #26
    Cool

    I'm going to try this tonight!

    Hopefully DCG will put an end to the strikes against pacific carriers by 15 zero's with 250kg bombs (who are supposed to be escorting 8 kates on their bombing mission) streaking in at wave top height and sinking my carrier. This probably wouldn't be a problem if....
    A) There was a fighter CAP.
    B) The zero's dropped their bombs early to cover the kates.
    C) They didn't always hit the carrier
    D) There were more F4F's than me and the other 5 planes in my wing.
    E) If we had more time to take off, turn and gain alt.

    The stock Dgen pacific campaigns killed the whole pacific theatre for me. Sounds like DCG might fix the problem.
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  7. #27
    <BLOCKQUOTE class="ip-ubbcode-quote"><div class="ip-ubbcode-quote-title">quote:</div><div class="ip-ubbcode-quote-content">Originally posted by WilhelmSchulz.:
    Ok I dlowloaded it but I dont know how to install it/use it. </div></BLOCKQUOTE>

    I'll walk you through it. It is really easy.

    1. have you unziped the file to a folder (It should be titled "il2dcg334")? If so, cut and paste this file into your "C:\Program Files\Ubisoft\IL-2 Sturmovik 1946" folder.

    2. Now that the "il2dcg334" folder is in your IL-2 game folder, open the "il2dcg" folder. Double-click the "il2dcg.exe;" two dialog boxes will open. In the first window, you need to tell DCG where it is on your computer. So navigate to "C:\Program Files\Ubisoft\IL-2 Sturmovik 1946\il2dcg334" and select the "il2dcg.exe" and say OK. You may have to minimize all the windows to see the second window. In the second window, you are telling DCG where to find your IL-2 game. So navigate to "C:\Program Files\Ubisoft\IL-2 Sturmovik 1946" and select "il2.exe" and say OK. DCG should now start up.

    3. On the DCG menu bar, go to Mode and make sure "Off-Line Career (Full Auto-Generation)" as well as "Replace Career Generator (DGen)" are selected. Now you can minimize DCG. You need to start 1946 and start a DCG campaign. You cannot tweak DCG if there is not a campaign to tweak. Start a campaign for any country, it does not matter. Now exit 1946.

    4. Now that you have a campaign started, you need to set up DCG how you want. On the menu bar, select "Options." I recomend checking the following (I can explain them in detail if you wish):
    Active Front
    Air Starts
    Delayed Start Times
    Normandy British Base
    On-Line Briefing
    Paratroopers
    Squadron Management
    Tank Downgrades
    Track Losses
    Stats Reset on Death
    Track On-Line Players

    Below the menu bar you will see a row of icons. The first one is where you set up squadron density, ground unit density, static object density, action radius, ... My recomendation ... Set Squadron Density to "Dense" or "Heavy." Set Column Density to "Full," Stationary Object Density to "Full" or "Dense," Action Radius from "250" - "400," Max Flights / Squadron to "Two," and Flight Size leave at "Default."

    In the next Icon, you can change squadron names, what planes each squadron flies, which airfield each squadron is flying from, and which paint scheme each squadron uses. You can also edit skill too.

    In the next panel, you can change the date, change locations along the front, or change location alligence to Axis or Allied.

    I would recomend leaving the fourth icon alone. it is more for advanced users, but I can explain it if you wish.

    In the fith icon, you can generate missions for your campaign. If you generate a mission for a campaign, the new generated mission will replace the one you were about to fly before you generated a new one. Here you can also change the weather and time of day settings. This is what I recomend:
    Destination - Random
    Best Condition - Clear
    Worst Condition - Thinder Showers
    Cloud Height - Random
    Day / Night - By start/end time
    Start Time - 03:00
    End Time - 23:00

    *(this way you will get some missions at dawn, some at dusk, some at night, and some durring day. Also you will get some missions with clear weather, some with cloudy weather, and some durring thunderstorms.)*

    Intersept Chance - Random
    Set Enemy - Unknown
    *(Make sure you select save after you make any changes, even on other panels.)*

    The next to the last panel lets you edit things about aircraft. Basically, you can change wether the plane is a bomber or fighter type, or change when the plane enters service, or chagne the default load outs for certian types of missions, among other things ...

    The last Icon edits any ground objects in your campaign (including Ships).

    Once you have all this done, you are ready to start a campaign and try it out. Remember, you can always re-open DCG and tweak the campaign if something is not to your liking.

    Hope this helps, let me know
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  8. #28
    <BLOCKQUOTE class="ip-ubbcode-quote"><div class="ip-ubbcode-quote-title">quote:</div><div class="ip-ubbcode-quote-content">Originally posted by Lead-Brick:
    Cool

    I'm going to try this tonight!

    Hopefully DCG will put an end to the strikes against pacific carriers by 15 zero's with 250kg bombs (who are supposed to be escorting 8 kates on their bombing mission) streaking in at wave top height and sinking my carrier. This probably wouldn't be a problem if....
    A) There was a fighter CAP.
    B) The zero's dropped their bombs early to cover the kates.
    C) They didn't always hit the carrier
    D) There were more F4F's than me and the other 5 planes in my wing.
    E) If we had more time to take off, turn and gain alt.

    The stock Dgen pacific campaigns killed the whole pacific theatre for me. Sounds like DCG might fix the problem. </div></BLOCKQUOTE>

    It should. DCG is the only reason I still play this game. And I ain't foolin` neither ...
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    <BLOCKQUOTE class="ip-ubbcode-quote"><div class="ip-ubbcode-quote-title">quote:</div><div class="ip-ubbcode-quote-content">Originally posted by Lead-Brick:
    Cool

    I'm going to try this tonight!

    Hopefully DCG will put an end to the strikes against pacific carriers by 15 zero's with 250kg bombs (who are supposed to be escorting 8 kates on their bombing mission) streaking in at wave top height and sinking my carrier. This probably wouldn't be a problem if....
    A) There was a fighter CAP.
    B) The zero's dropped their bombs early to cover the kates.
    C) They didn't always hit the carrier
    D) There were more F4F's than me and the other 5 planes in my wing.
    E) If we had more time to take off, turn and gain alt.

    The stock Dgen pacific campaigns killed the whole pacific theatre for me. Sounds like DCG might fix the problem. </div></BLOCKQUOTE>

    I tried to fix those problems with True Pacific (DGen), and I sort of corrected a couple of them, but eventually I gave up and now tinker with DCG . . .
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    Is it okay to choose the regular german campaign "Fight; army group south" after having dcg replace the dgen. or do you have to choose the dcg fighter campaign?
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