I must say, these days when I play it, my vector theory comes in handy, but I've been playing lonewolf long before I did physics. It's just a matter of logic.

If a ship moves from your right to your left, you should aim ferther to the left than its current possission. I use the tracking solution to know when exactly to shoot, but sometimes I guess. ----- Original Message ----- From: "dark" <[EMAIL PROTECTED]>
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It my just be my rather pants sense of spacial location and direction I think. In shades or something along those lines it's possible to do that via sound, ----- but in Lw it seems you really! need to have a good instant grasp of basic geometry and angles to work out the best firing solutions.



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