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[. . . ] GREAT NAVAL BATTLESTM VOLUME IV: BURNING STEEL User's Manual This product has been rated by the Entertainment Software Rating Board. For information about the ESRB rating, or to comment about the appropriateness of the rating, please contact the ESRB at 1-800-771-3772 CONTENTS INTRODUCTION . . 55 55 56 56 56 56 57 57 57 57 58 58 58 58 58 58 58 59 59 60 61 62 Ready Button and Ready Aircraft Window . 104 INTRODUCTION Great Naval Battles IV (GNB4) expands the scope of SSI's acclaimed line of naval simulators to include World War II naval actions in many of the theaters that saw the shadow of the battle wagon. [. . . ] Note: The compute button does not function at game speed settings of x3 or x4. Torpedo Activation Switches A mount has between two and five switches depending on the number of tubes present in the mount. Each switch makes one torpedo ready for launch when switched to the on (up, red) position. Deactivating some tubes allows you to reserve some torpedoes in the mount to be fired later in the battle. 56 COMMANDING TASK FORCES AND SHIPS: TORPEDO STATION Torpedo Ready Lights These lights show whether the corresponding torpedo is loaded and ready for activation. When the lights are bright green, the torpedoes are ready to fire. Fire Button This button launches all of this station's activated torpedoes when it is left-clicked. Spread This button sets the distance between the torpedoes as they move toward the target. Used when aim is particularly reliable, or need for multiple hits is great. Used when aim is particularly uncertain, or against multiple ships with overlapping profiles. Torp Set Knob This control shows, and enables you to set, the range and speed of active torpedoes. The computer's choice is set initially, but you can choose from among the possible settings for yourself by left-clicking on the knob settings. SHORT: The torpedoes are set to run at maximum speed for a short distance. MEDIUM: The torpedoes are set to run at a somewhat slower speed for a somewhat greater distance. LONG: The torpedoes are set to run at a slow speed for a long distance. This setting should be used only when firing at nearly stationary targets. 57 COMMANDING TASK FORCES AND SHIPS: TORPEDO STATION Torpedo Range Readout The Range (RNG) number to the right of the Torp Set knob is the maximum distance the torpedoes can run at the current setting. Speed Readout This is the speed at which the torpedoes run at the current setting. Fire Angle Readout and Controls The Fire Angle readout (FA) shows the bearing at which the active tubes are pointed. To point them more to the left, left-click on the black knob to the left; to point them more to the right, left-click on the button to the right. The bearing can be changed more quicly by left-clicking directly on the compass dial. The tubes should not be aimed directly at the target unless the target is stationary, since torpedoes move quite slowly relative to the movement of the ships. Instead, they should point to the probable intercept point, the point at which the torpedo will meet the target if it continues its present course and speed. Target Speed Readout This is the computer's estimate of the target's speed. Target Range Readout This display is under the legend RNG. The number shown is your crew's estimate of the range to the target at the projected fire angle. Target Heading This display is under the legend HDG. The number shown is your crew's estimate of the target's current heading. Damage Indicators Dam: The damage lights light up when the mount is damaged if it can be repaired before the end of the current engagement. Dest: When the mount is destroyed, a graphic representation of the destroyed mount is shown. 58 COMMANDING TASK FORCES AND SHIPS: TORPEDO STATION AIR OPERATIONS STATION This station contains the instruments that control a ship's aircraft. Access it by selecting theAir Ops option from the Stations pull-down menu or pressing F6. Note: Many cruisers and most battleships carry scout aircraft, while destroyers don't. Aircraft carriers, of course, have many aircraft, including dive bombers, torpedo bombers, and fighters. flight crew activity display planes available capacity panel cutton Air Operations Control Bar The Air Operations station contains an additional control bar just above the Message Bar that has two buttons, CAPACITY and VIEW. 59 COMMANDING TASK FORCES AND SHIPS: AIR OPERATIONS STATION View Button This button returns to the view panel and controls. See the "Flagbridge Control Bar" section on page 24 for information about this panel. Capacity Button This button displays the Capacity panel; it shows three pieces of information: Hangar Capacity This number is the total number of planes of all types that the ship can have on it. [. . . ] Before assuming that a disk is defective, make sure to check your disk drive. Up to 95% of the disks returned to us as defective will run fine on our computer systems. Often the problem is with a disk drive that needs servicing for alignment, speed, or cleaning. Should you have a defective disk, please return the disk only (keep all other parts of the game) to our Customer Support Department, along with a note describing the problem you have encountered. [. . . ]

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