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Old 12-06-2014, 11:23 PM
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Default Save As for Controls settings doesnt create the ini file

Hi, Just installed CloD for the first time into the steam folder.
I am using suggested D:\Steam for folder location.

worked out how to tell the sim what to use for aileron, elevator, throttle and rudder, went Apply then went Save As and it gives choice as to where to save the file, its an .ini file, I chose a folder of my making on D drive.

I then went load and browsed to that folder and nothing there. closed sim and browsed to it again, nothing there.

Whats going on , no way of saving the settings ?

Also no way of telling sim I am using TrackIR5 tough something seems to be working in flight.

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Old 12-13-2014, 07:57 PM
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The folder where you can try save the settins - a .INI file - can be protect agaist write be Windows UAC.

To enable TrackIR, go to Documents\1C Soft Clube\...Cliffs of Dover (- MOD is install TF patchs)\ and edit the Conf.ini line:

[rts]
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trackIRUse=0 change for trackIRUse = 1

Save and check if the file was overwritten.
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