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  • ThePurg
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    Honestly, I have never used that command. I usually just go to the admin box (or server box) that hosted the mission. Go to After Action Review, and select your terrain, then select the aar (usually with the date-time stamp as the title). If you are viewing the AAR from a different laptop from the one that hosted the mission, you would need to downloaded it across the network, in the box above.

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  • sgalan
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    Originally posted by ThePurg View Post
    Yes, just type in "AARRecord". Similarly, to stop, just type "AARstopRecording". And to add a bookmark without the butt-pain of having to name it, type in AARaddBookMark [AARcurrentTime,'',''];
    Thank you. And for AARload. What are the steps to follow to load an AAR exercise?.

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  • sgalan
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    Thank you. And for AARload. What are the steps to follow to load an AAR exercise?.

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  • ThePurg
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    Yes, just type in "AARRecord". Similarly, to stop, just type "AARstopRecording". And to add a bookmark without the butt-pain of having to name it, type in AARaddBookMark [AARcurrentTime,'',''];

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  • sgalan
    started a topic AAR using command line

    AAR using command line

    Hello.

    I would like to know if is it possible to launch a AAR mission from command line??.

    Thank you,
    Last edited by sgalan; 10-13-2016, 11:40 AM.
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