Oh awesome, i hope i can get around to trying this this week.
Congrats on release with Java!!
Java isnt excatly my cup of coffee. but i'll give jython a try when i get the time and see if its works..
Happy Coding everyone. and go grind some beans
"Take on World" - I love it - you are even pushing the boundries of the tried and tested "Hello World" application!
If anyone wants me I am in the back room overdosing on caffeine....
Brasil toda força com Arma2
System: Core i7@920 - ASUS HD 7970 DCU2-TOP - 8GB
can we have now minecraft on an MFD
i looking forward to the possibilities now.
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A chopper cup of Coffee in a chopper coffee pot
lol - tried for a couple of hours to get this running in IDEA (been a while since I did java!) - failed. Installed Eclipse and in 5 minutes .....
TAKE ON WORLD!!!
Also Eclipse has changed since my last outing with it - previously if I installed it, it screwed up my Flex IDE (also Eclipse based, which is a major issue!), but they live happily together now it seems.
I need a coffee...
Hmm, just tried this after playing the 1.03 patch heavily for the last few days. First impressions....
Light helicopter is now much less controllable. There seems to be a lot more inertia on the pitch moment - ie when hovering if you start to pitch forward it can be very difficult to pull back. Ground-effect is very noticable. Whereas I used to be able to fly comfortably a meter above the sea the heli now seems to want to rise much higher than this and has to be actively forced down. I'll leave it to others to comment on whether these changes are actually more realistic - it's certainly causing me to relearn how to fly after getting pretty comfortable with 1.03. ;-)
On a more annoying issue, graphics glitches are much worse with the beta. The cockpit flickers in and out of existence for me on regular basis now (at least once per minute) and sometimes the entire world outside the cockpit disappears for a few frames. :-(