So this thing not only lets you edit stuff (graphics, sound, keys etc) without starting up the game, it also lets you edit some stuff you can't edit by normal means. For example, you can finally edit the MAV control buttons.
Also, another big thing about the key changes is Jets. Jets actually have 3 brake levels: Light, Heavy/hover and hover. By default, the S button is tied to light brake and hover. You probably understand what light brake means, but hover means that the plane levels itself and that the wheels pop out at around 100KPH for landing. The heavy brake is unbound, and you wouldn't be able to bind it unless you did some file editing or something.
So here's the thing; I removed the obselete Hover button from the light brake and added the Heavy Brake/hover button to another key. I can fly much slower now.
But what's even better; the F35 is actually good now. See, DICE kinda screwed up. Because hover is attached by default to your S key, the F35 goes into "landing" mode as soon as you brake; IE it starts to fly really slow and is a female dog to control. Without hover, it's manouverable (though not as manouverable as the Flanker, but the F35 has much stronger guns so that makes up)
The settings editor is a godsend. The hidden settings are pretty neat too. And the standalone Battlelog browser seems to work just fine, even if it's just IE in disguise. Despite that, it seems faster and less of a resource hog than Firefox (which isn't saying much). One big flaw however is that there is no tabbed browsing. I suppose I can get used to it, but I liked having the server browser, favorite servers, and weapon stats open in separate tabs.
Last Edit: Jan 19, 2012 17:52:17 GMT -5 by didjeridu