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  1. Hello, I'm having a problem since the last few updates of Arma 3 explained in this video: Please help me with this it's happening in every little firefight. I have 1500 hours of gameplay on Arma 3 and like 1450 of them didn't had the problem. I have turned off Battleye and it's not helping, I'm also running Vanilla and it's happening everywhere, even in the campaign. Please help me with this. ~ xCubeZx
  2. "Red Bulls" 34th Infantry Division Information Website: http://www.34thinf.us/ Teamspeak: 34thinf.ts3dns.com Game Servers: 34th Infantry Division Kunduz Insurgency - ACE | RHS:ES | TFAR What is the 34th Infantry Division? The 34th Infantry Division was founded in early August of 2015 as an ARMA 3 realism unit based around the Infantry, TACP and CAB structure of the U.S. Army and Air Force Special Ops. The 34th Infantry Division is a fairly brand new unit, so we are starting out very slowly and hope to grow and grow which is where you come in, enlisting today can help us grow even bigger than we can imagine. The main core of our mods include our Mod Pack, RHS: Escalation, ALiVE, ACE and Task Force Radio 34th Infantry Division Features * Custom made BCT/BMT and AIT Map with working ranges and other features * Different types of schools ranging from Airborne, Air Assault to Warrior Leadership Class * Training's & FTX's every Monday and Thursday and Official Operations every Friday * Imposed US Army and Air Force Rankings * Very organized and structural environment * Very mature and respectful community * A community of friends to game with anytime across multiple games * Easy promotion standards What does the 34th Infantry Division do? Counter Terrorism Large Scale Conventional Warfare Defensive Operations Assist in reconnaissance missions Perform as a member of a fire team during drills and combat Aid in the mobilization of vehicles, troops and weaponry What are the requirements to join the 34thID The Applicant should be of the age of 15+ and mature (If Underage we will make exceptions depending on maturity) The Applicant must have Teamspeak 3 The Applicant must have a working microphone The applicant must have a legit version of ARMA 3 The applicant must not be battle-eye banned The applicant must be active of both the forums and teamspeak The applicant must not be a member of any other unit. The applicant must be able to work around timezone differences so they are able to attend Operations and Training's Available MOS's Combat 11B - Infantryman 68W - Health Care Specialist (Combat Medic) Aviation 153A - Rotary Pilot 15T - Blackhawk Door Gunner 15U - Chinook Door Gunner 11FX - Fighter Pilot Communications 25C - Radio Telephone Operator 1C4X1 - Tactical Air Control Party Specialist By helping us grow and joining today you will receive limited extra benefits for filling in our ranks * Promotion from PVT to PV2 Automatically and if enlisting as a TACP from Airman Basic to Airman Automatically [LIMITED] * Possible chance of advancing in further ranks to help fill leadership roles, from PVT to SGT or PVT to 2LT depending on your MOS [LIMITED] * Better chance of being choose in your particular MOS you want such as 11A Infantry Officer, 11FX Fighter Pilot, 153A Rotary Pilot as most of these are very limited MOS's * If underage by 1 - 2 Years you will be accepted into the unit and given these benefits also but you will be expected to uphold maturity and respect if not you will be stripped of any and all benefits and Demoted POST UPDATE We have refurbished our unit and started out fresh, we have re-structured the rankings and structures and are now starting at a Platoon Level instead of a Company Level.
  3. Hey there! In the last couple of months/weeks, I started to became more and more interested in the content-creation part of ArmA 3. I wanted to share the results, but wasn't able to achieve a really high amount of subs yet. This leads to little to no feedback at all. That's why I present my scenario in this topic. It's a 10 players PvP map settled around the village of Girna on Stratis. A team wins if it reaches the enemy flag and holds it down for 10 seconds. It features mainly close and medium ranged engagements on a pretty small map. While most of the engagements will be infantry vs infantry, it also features a small amount of vehicles in the team spawns and the middle of the map alike. Both teams have a variety of weapons and attachments to pick from, but limited amounts punish the wasting of ressources. Other objectives, like additional weapons or ammunition in the middle of the map, the ability to capture a mortar for fire support or an armed boat can be secondary targets to get an advantage over your enemy. The main difference between this and most other missions is the decent performance of this map, caused by the scale and the overall heaviness of the scripts. I always had the feeling that this game kind of lacks maps you could just "play with a few friends", without having to deal with FPS-problems, though I'm not quite sure if this even fits into what ArmA-players want to do with this game http://steamcommunity.com/sharedfiles/filedetails/?id=476370115 If more people are interested, I'm thinking about renting a server and putting this map on it, just to see how it works out. Feedback of any kind is highly appreciated. Thank you for reading this and eventually try out the mission :)
  4. dmgaurora

    Arma 3 Karts help

    Please help i downloaded arma 3 karts and it wont show as being downloaded and i cant refund it someone help me fix this
  5. Play with, or go up against, Arma 3 developers this upcoming Wednesday, starting from 09:00AM UTC. Led by our Sandbox General, Lukas 'Ghostone' Haladik, a number of devs will be playing 'Harbour Games' - a scenario we're using internally to test MP. How to join? We'll post/tweet the server name and password on the day itself. For more details, and live updates, be sure to attend the official event on Facebook. See you on Altis! Edit: Remember to play on the default Arma 3 branch on Steam if you're interested in joining tomorrow Edit 2: We've started! Servers: Play with the Devs: Harbour Games #1 Play with the Devs: Harbour Games #2 Password: doubleTheFun We'll do multiple sessions throughout the day. If you'd like to spectate, you can follow wUFFii's Twitch.tv livestream here: http://www.twitch.tv/wufii Edit 3: The final MP session just ended. Thanks everyone for participating/watching!
  6. hansson0728

    flat aera

    anyone know how to find a flat aera the sze of x for example a 100x100 m area. iam working on some dynamic compositions and i'am having trouble finding large enough areas for them.. also if i could find a flat level area that would be even greater also if its possible to avoid roads and other buildings.. iknow i'am askimg for alot but you think its possible, and if so, how??
  7. Win a unique (printed) version of the Arma 3 Tactical Guide, with signatures from the entire Arma 3 devteam! All you have to do is to create something 'festive' for Arma 3 (video, screenshot, song, artwork, poem, or other), and send it to competition@bistudio.com before December 19th. The winner (and runner-ups) will be revealed on Friday December 20. EDIT: We chose the winner of the Arma 3 Xmas Fever Competition. Go to arma3.com to see who won, and check out the other festive submissions!
  8. Hello there, So, I have this dialog that I have been working on that looks like this........ The way it works is that the user can bring up the map, and set multiple waypoints for themselves. The problem I am having is in the waypoint placement and the waypoint's associated markers, the area is marked in bold here........... The problem is that I want a new marker to be created at each waypoints map position, right now a waypoint is ONLY being created at the first placed waypoint's position. Can you help? If so chime in please. -AD
  9. Korneel

    Arma 3 - Games Media

    Hi all, We're currently organizing several promotional activities for Arma 3, and for this we need to identify the top games media in various countries. We already have a significant list, but since our forum members come from all over the world, I was hoping to confirm what we have, and see if we missed out on any. So the question is: what (games) media do you visit/respect the most - and/or are the most popular/important (online/print) - in your country? Major countries such as the US, UK and Germany we can kind of guess. The countries I'd be most interested in are: Italy Spain France Norway Finland Denmark Sweden Poland Russia Japan Korea Thanks for the help!
  10. Hi guys, I've managed to get most of the current Bohemia Interactive games working well with WINE. You have 2 options: (Full-sized image is >2MB!) WINE: WINE is a compatibility library that allows users to run Windows software on Linux. It's not Windows, nor is it an emulator or virtual environment like VMWare or Xen - it's a set of libraries that translate Windows function calls to their equivalent Linux versions. You can install WINE using your distribution's package manager. For example, on Ubuntu use: (Ubuntu users must install the WINE Team's PPA repository to provide them with up-to-date versions of WINE) sudo add-apt-repository ppa:ubuntu-wine/ppa sudo apt-get update Then simply install the packages: sudo apt-get install wine1.5 winetricks or search for 'wine' and 'winetricks' on the Ubuntu Software Center and install them. Once you've done this, open a terminal and type 'winetricks --no-isolate steam' then when Steam has been installed and you've downloaded the game, 'winetricks strictdrawordering=enabled'. Look to the 'Notes/Troubleshooting' section for further information on known bugs and workarounds. PlayOnLinux: Download PlayOnLinux by following the directions on the PlayOnLinux website. Install the latest version of WINE - at least 1.5.13 - choose 'Tools' -> 'Manage WINE versions' then select either amd64 or x86 (either is fine) and '>' to install it. Install Steam or ARMA II. Choose 'Install' then 'Install a non-listed program' in the bottom left. Choose to 'Install a program in a new virtual drive', call it whatever you like. Tick the first option and select the version of WINE installed earlier. Choose the ARMA II or Steam installer and follow the prompts - remember that you can move your old installation to the new prefix, look in .PlayOnLinux/wineprefix/PREFIXNAME/drive_c for your virtual 'C drive'. Install required libraries and fixes. Click 'Configure' and select your new prefix, under 'Install Packages' choose to install 'xact'. Under 'Display', set 'Strict Draw Ordering' to 'enabled' and 'Video memory size' to your videocard's memory size. Play! Double-click the Steam or ARMA II icon in the PlayOnLinux menu and play the game. Manual build and install: If you're comfortable with managing multiple WINE versions and compiling your own software, here's the information you need: WINE version 1.5.13 from WineHQ website or git StrictDrawOrdering enabled in registry Example: git clone git://source.winehq.org/git/wine.git ~/wine-git cd ~/wine-git git checkout wine-1.5.13 mkdir ../wine-build cd ../wine-build ../wine-git/configure This is where you should check everything, to make sure all the features you need are included with the build of WINE you're going to be compiling. You may need to install some libraries to satisfy dependencies, here, for example any warning about xinput or opengl is bad juju! make -j3 make prefix="~/altwine" install Note that 'make -j3' is for a dual-core processor - your value should be the amount of cores your processor has +1 (ie, a 6-core processor should be -j7). This speeds up compiling! Combined Operations Some people have reported difficulties running ARMA II: CO from Steam - there are two ways to get around this: the easiest is to right-click on OA in Steam, go into Properties and Launcher Options and add '-mod=C:\Program Files (x86)\Steam\steamapps\common\arma 2;EXPANSION;ca' or similar (pointing to your original ARMA II folder). Next time you choose 'Play Game' and click OK it'll be CO. An alternative - especially if you want to use the latest beta version of ARMA II - is to use a bash wrapper script. You could use a few case statements for different mod combinations or servers and create a menu, even. Mods Unfortunately, the current version of SIX Updater doesn't work at all under WINE due to it's dependency on .NET 4.0. Since many mod updates are delivered exclusively over SIX Updater, this is a problem for WINE users. SIX Updater Legacy does support Linux, but both the git versions and ruby gems are woefully out-of-date, crashing with every version of ruby and gem dependencies that I tried. One solution is using a web interface developed by Banshee for ARMA 2 servers. This has various tools for downloading mods, starting and stopping servers and other basic administration tasks. Alternatively, I've modified an old script made for Linux server users by Dr. Pulp that works just fine for clients. It's pretty easy to use - simply download the script, edit the ARMA_DIR directory to point to your WINE's ARMA II or OA directory and ARMA_SYNC_DIR to point to a storage directory in which you are happy keeping copies of the mods and either edit the list of mods in the MODS variable or pass each mod through as an option ('./arma2rsync ace acex acex_ru acex_usnavy' for example). You'll need to make sure that you have rsync, gunzip and convmv installed through your package manager. View the script here, or download it here, copy it to a folder of your choice and rename it to 'something.sh', the 'something' being entirely up to you. Make it executable (either chmod +x something.sh in the console or right-click, properties and allow execute permissions), edit the variables then execute in the terminal as above. It wouldn't be difficult to create a Mono/GTK/Qt4 wrapper or launcher to do all this from a GUI (and even launching the game or/and connecting to servers. SIX updater-ish but lite+Linux?). If there's any demand, I'll look at freeing up some time to do so. Success Stories Endotic GeForce GTX 550 Ti, ArchLinux Testing (amd64), NVIDIA 290.10 Wine 1.3.34 + Wine 1.3.36 (w/raw3) FreeBSD 9 (amd64) Wine 1.5.1 (w/raw3) Funtoo (amd64), NVIDIA 302.17 Wine 1.5.9 (w/raw3) AMD Radeon 6990, Funtoo (amd64), Catalyst 12.6 Wine 1.5.10 (w/raw3) Wine 1.5.13 (Tentative success on the Radeon, still trying to track down some performance issues) Operated GeForce GTX 560 Ti, Slackware x86 w/PAE, Nvidia 285.05.09 Wine 1.3.32-1.3.36 GeForce GTX 560 Ti, Slackware x86 w/PAE, 3.1.7-zen kernel, NVIDIA 290.10 Wine 1.3.37 Notes/troubleshooting There are a few issues with ARMA II and WINE at the moment, these are pretty much universal across BiStudio's current generation games: BattlEye doesn't work anymore - due to BattlEye relying on a function as yet unimplemented on WINE (KiUserExceptionDispatcher), you are unable to join servers that have the BattlEye software enabled. LoD issues - objects flicker and disappear, and textures decrease and increase in quality apparently at random. It might occasionally throw you off a little. Muzzle flashes leave an afterburn effect and the area around your weapon is generally messed up if you don't enable StrictDrawOrdering in the WINE registry. You can do this via winetricks, the script does it automatically. Shadow quality settings above or below 'medium' seem to only render gun shadows. You need to set shadows to 'medium' quality to get character shadows. The player profile options screen flickers, but it's still perfectly usable. Fixed? Report here Don't move your mouse during loading screens or the game may crash. Fixed Sometimes the mission map entities will flicker and sometimes you lose the ability to click briefly in menus - just use the keyboard (RETURN and TAB) to navigate, and it will be fixed in the next screen. It's not bugged out on me ingame yet. Fixed On ARMAII and non-beta OA, antialiasing must be set to at least 'Low' or no textures will appear and everything will go grey. Fixed Sound issues Sound seems fine, use winetricks to install xact and override x3daudio1_6 under winecfg -> Libraries if there are any issues. If you have other problems, try adding a 'VideoMemorySize' string set to your memory in MB (eg. 2048) in HKEY_CURRENT_USER/Software/Wine/Direct3D (create the key if it does not exist) in the WINE registry. 'wine regedit' or winetricks will work if you've installed the patched version of WINE system-wide. Be sure to use the propriety graphics drivers for running games under WINE if you're looking for top performance - check with 'lsmod' that either 'nvidia', 'intel' or 'fglrx' are listed as their free and open source counterparts 'nouveau' and 'radeon' tend to lack certain features required for rendering modern 3D games (though they perform excellently for 2D applications). If you have any other problems, just leave me a message here - I'll get back to you. I tested this on the systems listed under 'Endotic' above. You may need to use WINE version 1.3.32 to install and patch ARMA II retail (without Steam). (Thanks Operated!) On the newest WINE git builds, you may need to remove the ARMA2_OGG.cmd scripts in the arma 2/OA/BFC/PMC installation directories or it could forkbomb you by attempting to use explorer to open a web page repeatedly. If you notice any sudden slowdown during 'Installing Official Game Group, try 'killall cmd.exe' in a terminal. Fixed If you're looking for absolute top performance, try editing the Makefile included with the WINE sources - do some research on CFLAGS and CXXFLAGS for your particular processor. Secondly, use a performance-optimized kernel such as the pf or ck patchsets. Thirdly, try out the BFQ scheduler. Finally, look at using schedtool to switch the application's scheduling policy to SCHED_ISO (pf and ck) or SCHED_FIFO - test them both and see which works best for your use case. Run the Windows Server Software via WINE As a bonus, here's a bash script to install a minimal version of WINE to a server for running the latest ARMA 2 OA, TOH or Iron Front server application. The current ARMA II Linux dedicated server application is still in development, as the devs have noted that several library and dependency updates need to be made. It works with Ubuntu, CentOS and Debian, I'll make a version for any other Linux distro if there's any demand. Note that you must run it as a non-root user - not only is this good security practise, WINE will bug out if you try to run it as root. Known issue: the script can't currently su properly. If you don't have sudo and don't want it, add quotes like this: '' around all $(sudoequiv) commands. Example: $(sudoequiv) apt-get install build-essential ia32-libs ia32-libs-dev lib32z1-dev libc6-dev-i386 libncurses5-dev libncurses5-dev libfreetype6-dev libx11-dev lib32ncurses5-dev libxcursor-dev flex bison prelink libjpeg62-dev libpng12-dev BECOMES $(sudoequiv) 'apt-get install build-essential ia32-libs ia32-libs-dev lib32z1-dev libc6-dev-i386 libncurses5-dev libncurses5-dev libfreetype6-dev libx11-dev lib32ncurses5-dev libxcursor-dev flex bison prelink libjpeg62-dev libpng12-dev' Please be patient until I resolve this :) Note that it uses Xvfb to run the server application 'headlessly' - ie. without a true x server. You can also use X11 forwarding over SSH (though this would neccessitate being constantly connected to the server) or setup x11vnc to create a VNC server that the application would run on (which would let you see errors and output). Xdotool will send keypresses to the fake X server (and any real X servers you have open) - it's used to 'OK' a possible error message concerning a missing profile file if you run the server with the wrong working directory (you should be cd'ed into the server's main directory if you run the server manually, if you didn't you'll need to kill the server process and try again, the best way to do this cleanly is 'wineserver -k') - the return keypress should not do any harm if it's not required, but you may wish to remove this part if you have another Xserver running. To check that the ARMA II dedicated server is running use 'ps aux | grep arma' or 'netstat -pant | grep arma' - you should see a 'wine arma2oaserver.exe ...' process running and the arma2oaserver listening on a network port. Note that it seems to work best with -malloc=system. On Iron Front, the -malloc switch is apparently disabled, so you can rename or remove the Dll directory instead. If you're looking for absolute top performance, try editing the Makefile included with the WINE sources - do some research on CFLAGS and CXXFLAGS for your particular processor. Secondly, use a performance-optimized kernel such as the pf or ck patchsets. Thirdly, try out different IO schedulers - noop, as and deadline can all perform well, noop especially if you use a ramdisk or RAID array to store your working files (note that CFQ, the default, and BFQ are unsuitable for servers). Finally - and perhaps most importantly, for high load servers, look at using schedtool to switch the server application scheduling policy to SCHED_ISO (pf and ck) or SCHED_FIFO - test them both and see which works best for your use case. Remember that these tweaks will allocate a lot of resources to the server process, possibly causing resource exhaustion or server instability if you take them too far. Footnote You can try getting PlayOnMac, downloading the latest WINE git version and updating your X11.app via XQuartz if you'd like to try on Mac OSX. No news whether this works or not.
  11. Gearing up for the E3 exhibition, we're hosting pre-E3 livestream hangouts – offering a glimpse of what will be on display in Los Angeles. Both sessions are scheduled for 17:00 UTC on Saturday June 1 and June 8, and will be hosted on the official Arma 3 channel on Twitch.tv. [ATTACH=CONFIG]198[/ATTACH] For the first livestream, on Saturday June 1 at 17:00 UTC, Mission Designer Thomas Ryan (supported by several others Arma 3 developers) will give a basic tutorial in scenario editing - using some of the weapons and vehicles from the upcoming Arma 3 Beta. The second livestream, scheduled for Saturday June 8 at 17:00 UTC, consists of a playthrough of the brand new Combined Arms showcase mission, which is also scheduled for release in the Arma 3 Beta. Both sessions are expected to take about one hour and will be streamed live from Bohemia Interactive HQ in Prague. The setting is casual and viewers are welcome to ask us their questions via Twitch.tv chat and/or Twitter. Last but not least, those who want to make sure they will not miss anything can already enlist for the official event via Arma 3’s Facebook page.
  12. hi whats better ? method 1: while { true } { if (myVariable > 0) then { do something.... }; sleep 1; }; method 2: processMyVar = false; if (myVariable > 0) then { processMyVar = true; }; while { true } { if (processMyVar ) then { do something.... }; sleep 1; }; sure.. method 2 creates more variables (so using more memory) but my question is... will it save processor time ?
  13. EDIT: The winners have been revealed. Thanks everyone for participating! [ATTACH=CONFIG]192[/ATTACH] Inspired by the splendid guide for screenshot-taking in Arma 3 (by our Senior Designer Karel Moricky), we decided to launch a '2013 World Arma Photo' contest! WHAT DO YOU NEED TO DO In order to win this prestigious award, you need to bring your A(rma 3)-game and capture the ultimate, artistic, stunning, remarkable, story-telling screenshot. HOW TO SUBMIT Select 1 high-res screenshot (1280x720px or higher) that you deem worthy of the title ‘2013 World Arma Photo’. Send this screenshot to competition@bistudio.com and be sure to also indicate whether you would be interested in a download code for Store.bistudio.com or Steam. The contest runs from Friday April 19, 2013 up and till Monday April 29, 2013 (GMT+1). The competition will be judged by our expert Karel Moricky, who will personally pick the 3 winners. The result will be announced shortly after the competition has ended (approximately 3 days). Good luck! Notes: Only one entry per participant is permitted. Submissions that contain multiple screenshots will automatically be disqualified Mods are allowed Editing/touching up is permitted
  14. To support the lensmen among us, our Senior Designer Karel Moricky wrote a handy guide about the new tools for screenshot-taking in Arma 3! [ATTACH=CONFIG]191[/ATTACH] "] [ATTACH=CONFIG]191[/ATTACH] Introducing the Splendid Cam, alongside some of the other Debug Console features he implemented, Karel walks us by a few of the basic settings and shares a couple of tips on how to make the ultimate screenshot. We're also grabbing the opportunity to launch our '2013 World Arma Photo' contest, where the 3 best virtual photographers will be awarded with honor and Bohemia Interactive games![/center]