From: Bedfordshire UK
I get the same map, with FOW on or off.
Why is there a patch of German control/contested near Odessa, but nowhere else along the eastern front? I have air units there too.
I guess there is no contested airspace elsewhere, because the Soviets have no air units on other parts of the front yet, but don't know why you are seeing so far if you have FOW ON (I have 2, or 3 hex visibility set, which is as far as I can see air superiority with FOW ON). I know it's not much help, but I am running 1.02 beta and it seems OK.
You would think if there is no contested space there on the central and northern parts of the Eastern Front, then it would show as German air superiority. yet, it doesn't.
It shows dark green Axis superiority, up the limit of hexes into enemy territory as set in your FOW settings. If there are no enemy air units present, there is no contested airspace. The only glitch is that if you don't have 'FOW Display' checked ON in your preference screen, you then see light green enemy air superiority deep in areas of enemy territory, regardless of the FOW setting you have (showing where their air units are and negating FOW).
With FOW disabled, it does shows Axis superiority (dark green) over all enemy areas, except those (light green) areas where enemy air units are based, showing that, provided you can reach it, the airspace will be uncontested. That's probably more info than you should have, so I will probably keep FOW set ON.
You can set FOW visibility out to 20 hexes, so that you could check superiority out to any chosen range up to 20, remove units (space bar) so you don't see the ground forces, but check air superiority along the front area without seeing into Siberia.
It seems a flexible and useful tool, when you get the settings right.
< Message edited by Rasputitsa -- 8/6/2012 7:22:22 PM >
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