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IL-2 Sturmovik 1946 => IL-2 Sturmovik 1946 => Topic started by: AKA_Relent on March 27, 2016, 08:35:52 pm

Title: Korea '53 Campaign Reset for Phase 2
Post by: AKA_Relent on March 27, 2016, 08:35:52 pm
We're good to go for continuing phase 2 of the Korea '53 campaign on Friday.  I've reset the campaign files, and swapped everyone to the opposite side they were in during phase 1, including Jericho and Hunter for the admin access to the campaign web site.

Hope everyone had a good Easter.

S! Rel
Title: Re: Korea '53 Campaign Reset for Phase 2
Post by: AKA_Wayno on April 01, 2016, 06:16:01 pm
 8)I never heard of anyone else being affected by "FighterStick Shoulder"! However, my Doctor says that if I don't stop flying for a suitable period, I will never get rid of the problem. He has me seeing a specialist for treatment, 2 days per week. He says I may be able to fly again in 2 weeks. I'll keep you up to date.

Wayno sends...
Title: Re: Korea '53 Campaign Reset for Phase 2
Post by: AKA_Taipan on April 03, 2016, 06:35:14 am
That's your story and I'd stick to it! :o

Get better soon Wayno!

Cheers

Tai
Title: Re: Korea '53 Campaign Reset for Phase 2
Post by: AKA_DerHuntere on April 03, 2016, 12:53:12 pm
It seems to me that you need more wrist action, then again if it is you fighter stick that your really talking about get better soon the red side needs more targets to shoot down! :D
Title: Re: Korea '53 Campaign Reset for Phase 2
Post by: AKA_BUCKY on April 13, 2016, 10:18:41 am
Wayno, what I have done is to get a desk chair with adjustable arm rests.  Then you can relax the shoulder and keep the weight of your arm on the arm rest.  Works for me and is not hard to get used to.  Most of the time flying you are not in combat and can rest your forearm.  It so comfortable I sometimes fall asleep....as you know.  LOL
Title: Re: Korea '53 Campaign Reset for Phase 2
Post by: AKA_Relent on April 13, 2016, 12:21:19 pm
Wayno, what I have done is to get a desk chair with adjustable arm rests.  Then you can relax the shoulder and keep the weight of your arm on the arm rest.  Works for me and is not hard to get used to.  Most of the time flying you are not in combat and can rest your forearm.  It so comfortable I sometimes fall asleep....as you know.  LOL

I have the exact same setup Bucky - good point!  I'm so used to it I hadn't thought to suggest it. I have no issues with my shoulder because of it.  Of course that doesn't help my Track IR neck from looking around and tensing my neck in combat, but that's another story! :)