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In response to terrorist attacks on the United States of America, the world banded together in 2002 to fight the threat of terrorists and their state sponsors. Under a UN Security Council resolution, eighteen countries joined the International Security Assistance Force, or ISAF, to fight this latest threat to world peace. Not since World War II had so many countries pledged themselves multilaterally to a cause. The focal point for the ISAFs attention was Afghanistan, a safe haven for terrorists. The front line action would not be waged with huge battalions of soldiers and tanks. It would be fought by small, mobile, Special Forces units who could move silently through the countryside. By employing guerrilla tactics against the terrorists, casualties to ISAF forces were kept to a minimum, while nearly every major objective was accomplished. In Delta Force: Task Force Dagger, you have the chance to play as one of the ten Special Forces units that fought in Afghanistan. From the United States Delta Force and Navy SEALs to Australian SASR, youll take on various missions inspired by the actions of the many men and women risking their lives in Afghanistan.
TABLE OF CONTENTS
Installation. Quick Start. Main Menu. Video/Audio Settings. The Teams. Gear. UAV (Unmanned Aerial Vehicle). Keyboard Chart. Game Controls. Game Screen. Commanders Screen. NovaWorld/Multiplayer. Multiplayer Game Types. Voice-Over-Net. Credits. Tech Support. Legal. 34
In order to play Delta Force: Task Force Dagger you must first install the game files onto your computers hard drive. You must also have the game disk inserted into your computers CD-ROM drive in order to play. To install the game, insert the game CD into the CD-ROM drive. If you have AutoRun enabled, you will see the game menu appear. Click on INSTALL DELTA FORCE: TASK FORCE DAGGER. The automatic installation will walk you through the rest of the set-up. If you insert the game disk and nothing happens, double-click on the MY COMPUTER icon on your Windows desktop. Then double-click the DFTFD icon. When the menu appears, click the INSTALL DELTA FORCE: TASK FORCE DAGGER button. You will need to refer to the CD Key printed inside the games jewel case in order to install the game or access NovaWorld. When prompted, type the CD Key into the space provided. It is recommended that you keep this number safe for future use. You will not be able to reinstall Delta Force: Task Force Dagger without it. After the game installs, it will automatically return to the auto-run menu. Press the START TASK FORCE DAGGER button to begin the game. You may also start the game from your Start Menu. The start-up icon will be located in a NovaLogic folder in your program files. The default directory will be C:\program files\NovaLogic\Delta Force Task Force Dagger.
After installing Delta Force: Task Force Dagger, you may want to get right into the action. If you are already familiar with Delta Force: Land Warrior, youll find that the majority of the commands and functions are the same (though you may have to reconfigure your keyboard mapping). To get right into the action, follow these steps: 1. From the Main Menu click the Single Player button. 2. You can enter a new name on this screen, change your characters appearance and change your keyboard settings. Once you have made your changes (if any) click on the Quick Missions selection at the bottom of the next screen. 3. On the Quick Missions screen you will see a mission called Boot Camp. Select it to play a tutorial that will explain the various weapons and functions in the game. Once youve selected the mission, choose Accept to go to the gear selection screen. 4. On the gear selection screen, the most appropriate equipment will already be chosen for you, so simply click Start Mission to begin.
The Main Menu will automatically appear when Delta Force: Task Force Dagger starts up. From here you can access the following sections of the game: Single Player Accesses the Single Player, missions and any player-created maps you may have downloaded. Play on NovaWorld If you want to play multiplayer games over the Internet, click on this selection. On the following screen you will be able to change character and game settings. Multiplayer Options If you plan on hosting a game over a LAN or the Internet, or plan to play via LAN or Internet, click on this option. The following screen will have a number of options to customize your character or host settings. Video/Audio Options Clicking this option will bring you to the screen where you will be able to set many different video and audio options to enhance the games performance on your machine. Update Game If you are currently connected to the Internet, click on this option to launch an Update Wizard. This will automatically download and install any new files or patches that may be available from NovaLogic.
Delta Force: Task Force Dagger is designed to run on a wide range of computers. Reducing one or more of the following settings may help increase performance on slower computers or those with older 3D cards. When you are finished making changes, be sure to click on Accept to save your settings and return to the Main Menu. Change Driver Clicking this option will run a diagnostic tool that will find any 3D video cards installed on your machine. Select the one you wish to run and press the OK button. Your screen will flicker as the tool determines what resolutions your card can handle. Resolution Choose your level of resolution here. The higher the numbers, the higher the quality of the image, but slower computers may not play as smoothly at higher resolutions. Terrain Detail Sets the level of complexity for features on the terrain such as roads, helicopter landing pads and explosives scarring. Object Detail Determines the highest graphical setting for other people and objects in the game. At its top setting, objects will use the highest Level of Detail (LOD) when you are close enough. Reducing this will restrict objects to the selected LOD regardless of your view. Color Depth Sets how many colors your machine will display. 16 bit will show thousands of colors while 32 bit will display millions. Terrain Geometry Setting this to High will allow you to view the highest level of terrain detail from a further distance. Shadows, Blood, Smoke and Shell FX Simply turn these features on to increase the graphical quality of the game or turn them off to increase performance.
SFX Volume Sets the level of audio for special effects sounds such as explosions, vehicle sounds, and gunfire. Music Volume Sets the levels of any menu music that may play. Dialogue Volume Sets the levels for any lines spoken over the radio or near your location.
This page is accessible from the Single Player, Play on NovaWorld or Multiplayer Start pages by selecting Player Settings. Any selections you make are stored for the character that is highlighted on the Choose Character screen only. This means that you can set different options for different characters. Remember to click on Accept when finished to save your settings for this character. Keyboard This screen allows you to reconfigure which keyboard keys are assigned to which functions. Click once on the key you wish to change. Now press the key you want to replace it. Pressing Revert will set the keyboard to its default settings. MOUSE CONTROL Mouse Sensitivity Adjusts how responsive your mouse is. Flip Mouse Select Yes to reverse the Look Up/Down movement of the mouse controls. Scope Sensitivity Adjusts how sensitive your mouse is when using the scope on a weapon. GAMEPLAY Enemy AI Select Hard to make the enemy use more complex tactics and increase their accuracy. Easy will allow you to take more damage before dying. The game defaults to Normal.
Tracers Select Off if you dont want to see the bullet trails from weapons that use tracers. Note that not all weapons use tracers. Friendly Fire Warning Select Off to remove the red safety X that appears when you target a team member. GPS Icon Select Show Everything to see icons on your GPS (Global Positioning System) and Commanders Screen for all enemy and friendly units. Show Friendly will display only friendly units. The Default setting will show selected enemy and friendly units. Wind Wind can affect the accuracy of your weapons. You can set this to Random for random wind speeds and direction, None for no wind, or Default for the preset wind conditions. Character Abilities If you dont want to use the special abilities that each character has, turn this to Off. Scope Drift If you do not want your stance to affect the stability of your scope view, turn this to Off. Crosshair Spread If you do not want your accuracy to diminish as you run, turn this to Off. Weapon Recoil As you fire a weapon, the muzzle will rise. Set this to Off to keep your muzzle steady. Drop Weapons If you do not want the option of dropping a weapon to replace it with another, turn this to Off.
VON (VOICE OVER NET)
This set of options is explained in its own section of the manual on page 28. Message Macros When playing in Multiplayer, you can send preset messages to the other people on your team. To change the default messages, simply click on the message, use BACKSPACE to delete the previous entry and write your new message. The function key listed before each message is the key you will press while playing to send it to your team members.
Delta Force: Task Force Dagger allows you to portray a soldier from any one of the following ten Special Forces Units. Each has unique skills and abilities, so choosing the right soldier to fit the mission profile is imperative. Detailed background information on each unit can be found in the Character Select section of the game.
United States Army Special Forces Operational Detachment - Delta Role: CQB (Close Quarters Battle) Special Abilities: Fast movement, Extended knife range Preferred Weapons: SA-80, M4 SOPMOD, HK MP5SD6 (suppressed), HK MP5N, F89 Austeyr, F88 Austeyr
United States Army Special Forces Green Berets Role: Heavy Gunner Special Abilities: Minimal recoil, withstands more damage Preferred Weapons: M249 Minimi SAW (Squad Automatic Weapon), FN MAG machine gun, M60E3 machine gun
SEAL Team 6
United States Navy Sea Air Land Team 6 Role: Medic Special Abilities: Team Medic (multiplayer only), best swimmer (speed, maneuverability, holding breath) Preferred Weapons: HK MP5SD6 (suppressed), HK MP5N, PSG-1 suppressed sniper rifle
Central Intelligence Agency Special Operations Group Role: Sniper Special Abilities: Steady with scope, fast crawling Preferred Weapons: M82A1 Barrett.50 cal sniper rifle, PSG-1 suppressed sniper rifle, M40A3 sniper rifle, M24 sniper rifle, AW sniper rifle
British Special Air Service Role: Sniper Special Abilities: Steady with scope, fast crawling Preferred Weapons: M82A1 Barrett.50 cal sniper rifle, PSG-1 suppressed sniper rifle, M40A3 sniper rifle, M24 sniper rifle, AW sniper rifle
Australian Special Air Service Regiment Role: Grenadier Special Abilities: Accurate with indirect weapons Preferred Weapon: M4 w/M203, OICW, M16A2 w/M203
M16A2 Assault Rifle with M203 40mm grenade launcher M249 Minimi SAW (Squad Automatic Weapon) Machine Gun
FN MAG Machine Gun SA-80
HK MP5SD6 (suppressed)
HK MP5N (not suppressed)
F89 Austeyr 13
M9 Beretta (92FS)
F97 (Glock 19)
Most single and multiplayer maps have armories in them where you can change your current gear selections. An armory may be a small, stand alone bunker or a rack of weapons inside a larger structure. To access the armory, enter the Commanders Screen by pressing the C key. Select the Weapons tab and click the arrows to choose new gear. Be sure to click Accept to finalize your choices and press C again to exit.
One of the primary roles of a Special Forces unit is to call in aerial strikes. To call in a strike you will use the laser designator (8 Key) to direct nearby bombers to a specific area. Activate the scope view to engage the designators range finder and target acquisition systems. Now aim the cursor at the target and press Fire on your mouse. There may be a small delay while the planes move into position, but the destruction they provide is worth the wait. Remember that aerial strikes are not always approved for a mission. If you call in a strike and one is not available, you will be informed by radio.
1st/3rd PERSON POV
CROSS HAIRS ON/OFF
1st PERSON GUN ON/OFF
AUTO RUN TOGGLE
F7 LASER RANGE FINDER
F8 MEDIC PACK DROP WEAPON
F12 CYCLE WEAPONS
SIDEARM CYCLE MODES 2
RADIO PRIMARY SECONDARY WEAPON WEAPON EXPLOSIVES DETONATOR GRENADES CYCLE MODES 3 CYCLE MODES 4
5 TALK (TEXT) T
6 TEAM TALK Y
7 UAV U
0 LOOK UP P TURN LEFT L LOOK DOWN
MAP MAP ZOOM IN ZOOM OUT +
Insert STAND Delete
MPG HOST SCREEN Home CROUCH End
Page Up PRONE Page Down
Q STRAFE LEFT A
MOVE FWD W BACK UP S
RECENT MESSAGES R STRAFE RIGHT D FRIENDLY TAGS F
KILLS/PLYRS LIST K
ADJUST SCOPE ADJUST SCOPE ZERO UP ZERO DOWN [ ]
Caps Lock WALK Shift SHOOT Ctrl
MISSION GOALS G
TALK TO SELECTED PLAYER H
SCOPE TOGGLE / Shift '
PUSH TO TALK (VON) Enter WALK MOVE FWD
COMMANDER'S MAP C
NIGHT VISION N
CHANGE MAGAZINE M
UAVS - UNMANNED AERIAL VEHICLES
One of the advanced tools available to Special Forces units is the UAV. This unmanned plane will fly a preset path over the area of operations and allow a soldier on the ground to control the camera mounted to its underbelly. This can give a soldier important knowledge of enemy positions. To access the UAVs camera, first press the U key. Once the camera view is up use the keypad to pan, tilt, rotate, zoom, and lock the camera onto a target. If you lock the camera onto a moving vehicle, the camera will track along with the target. If the UAV is locked and the target moves beyond the view of the camera, the lock will break and you will have to reacquire the target.
Num Lock UAV ZOOM 7 IN UAV PAN 4LEFT RECORD VOLUME DOWN 1
SELECT LAST TALKER / UAV TILT 8 UP UAV LOCK ON TARGET 5 UAV TILT DOWN 2
DISPLAY LAST TALKER
UAV ZOOM 9 OUT UAV PAN RIGHT 6 RECORD VOLUME UP 3 BREAK TALKER Del
UNMUTE SELECTED PLAYER
MUTE CURRENT TALKER 0
PUSH TO TALK Enter
Move Mouse - Left Mouse Button - Right Mouse Button - Middle Mouse Button (if available)
Look Up/Down, Turn Left/Right Shoot Toggle Scope Prone/Stand Toggle
IN COMMANDERS MAP
Moves Mouse Pointer Selects Item Moves Map (No function)
F1 F2 F3 F4 F5 F6 F7 F8 F9 F11 F12 = Help 1st / 3rd Person POV Toggle 1st Person Crosshair on/off 1st Person Gun on/off Cycle Waypoints Cycle Flags (Capture The Flag games only) Audio Commands (brings up list of macros) Drop Item (such as a Flag) Print Screen (saves to game directory) Save Mission * Load Mission * Map Zoom In Map Zoom Out
Arrow Keys W S A D P L ;. SHIFT SPACEBAR DELETE END PAGEDOWN SCROLL LOCK Move Forward, Back Up, Strafe Left, Strafe Right Move Forward Back Up Strafe Left Strafe Right Look Up Turn Left Turn Right Look Down Walk (used with arrow or W,A,S,D keys) Jump Stand Crouch Prone Auto Run Toggle (character runs without holding the W key)
Reversing Cycles You can make any key cycle in the reverse order by holding down the SHIFT key while pressing the button. For example, SHIFT+F5 will cycle backwards through your waypoints.
*SAVING A MISSION
At any point during a mission, you can press the F11 key to save the game. Each mission has 3 save slots available. You can overwrite any of the save slots with a new save.
BKSP CTRL B N M / [ ] Knife Sidearm * Primary Weapon * Secondary Weapon * Explosives Radio Detonator (for SLAM charges only) Grenades Laser Range Finder (for calling in aerial strikes) Medic Packs (only available for medics) Drop Primary Weapon Cycle Weapons Shoot Binoculars Night Vision Change Magazine Toggle Scope On/Off Adjust Scope Zero Up Adjust Scope Zero Down Cycle Scope Magnification
* Press again to cycle firing modes if the weapon has multiple modes
FIXED WEAPON EMPLACEMENTS
You can use fixed weapon emplacements simply by walking up to them. Your field of view will then become limited to that of the weapon. To break away from the weapon, simply back up.
PAUSE HOME C F G K R T H Y Pause Game Multiplayer Host Screen View Commander's Map Display Friendly Tags Display Mission Goals Display Kills / Players List Display Recent Messages Talk (text) Talk to Selected Player (text) Team Talk (text)
U Keypad 2 Keypad 4 Keypad 5 Keypad 6 Keypad 7 Keypad 8 Keypad 9 Activate UAV Mode Tilt Down Pan Left Lock On Target Pan Right Zoom In Tilt Up Zoom Out
Keypad + Keypad 0 Keypad Keypad DEL Keypad 1 Keypad 3 Keypad * Keypad / ENTER Unmute Selected Player Mute Current Talker VON Display On/Off Break Talker Adjust Record Volume Down Adjust Record Volume Up Display Last Talker Select Last Talker Push to Talk
Please refer to page 28 for more details on VON controls. NOTE: You can drop your primary weapon (zero key) and pick up enemy primary weapons during the mission.
ONSCREEN INFORMATION SYSTEM
1. Wind Indicator This tells you which direction the wind is coming from and its speed. Helpful for adjusting your aim to compensate for wind speed. 2. GPS Map This is your Global Positioning Satellite overhead map. The center dial indicates the cardinal direction you are currently facing. The color of the center dot represents your team side. Enemies that have been seen by satellite reconnaissance or that are alert to your presence and in visual range will appear on this map. The direction to your next waypoint objective is denoted by a blinking dot. In a Capture The Flag game, the direction to your flag bay appears as a team colored dot. All other symbols and colors are described below. The number below the map indicates the zoom level of the GPS. Use the - and + keys to adjust the range of your GPS. 3. Situational Icon This profile of your soldier shows your body position.
In order to play on NovaWorld, you must have a NovaWorld account. If you do not already have one, you can create a new account in seconds. If this is your first time playing Delta Force: Task Force Dagger, you will be asked to enter the CD KEY that is printed in your Delta Force: Task Force Dagger CD case (you must include the dashes). Once you are logged into NovaWorld, you can join NovaWorld Stat-Hosted games (explained below), public games, or password protected games.
NOVAWORLD RANKS AND STAT-HOSTED GAMES
NovaWorld features a world ranking system where all of your game statistics from official NovaWorld hosted games will be stored and be available for other players to view. Players will rise through actual Army ranks as they play in official games. The speed at which you gain new ranks will depend on how well you play. Similar to the real military, higher ranks will not come easily. Only dedicated players will make it to officer level. Players will also be given Awards if their statistics meet certain criteria. You will have a separate level for each different multiplayer game category. Please log onto NovaWorld for more information on Ranks and Awards.
MULTIPLAYER GAME TYPES
DEATHMATCH AND TEAM DEATHMATCH
For Deathmatch, all players are competing against each other to gain the high score by eliminating the most opponents. In Team Deathmatch, players work in teams to get the high score.
Deathmatch Score: Kill Friendly (Team only) Kill Yourself Killed by opponent Kill opponent Kill opponent with head shot Kill opponent with a knife -4 -+1 +2 +3
KING OF THE HILL AND TEAM KING OF THE HILL
In this scenario, players win by occupying a certain area for a specific duration of time (set by the game host). The hot zone shows up as a red circle on your GPS and Commanders map. Although your time in the zone is cumulative, leaving the hot zone will cause your timer to start to count backwards. The size and number of hot zones will vary depending on which map the host chooses. In Team King of the Hill, up to four teams can play against each other. You need only one teammate in the zone for the timer to start. Unlike regular King of the Hill, as soon as you have no more teammates in the hot zone, your timer will immediately drop to zero.
CAPTURE THE FLAG
Flags are represented by a triangle symbol on the GPS and Commanders Map. You are part of the red team or the blue team and your objective is to grab the other teams flag by running over it and returning it to your teams Flag Bay (represented by a colored circle). At the same time, you need to defend your own flags from your opponents. Some variations have multiple flags that must be retrieved. The waypoint indicator will help guide you to the flags and back to your flag bay.
SEARCH AND DESTROY
Each team must enter into the others territory and destroy specific targets to win the game.
ATTACK AND DEFEND
Similar to Search and Destroy, one team wins if they destroy all of their targets within their opponents territory. The defenders win if time expires before the other team can accomplish all of their goals.
In Flagball, there is one flag in the middle of the playing field. Up to four teams compete to grab the flag and return to their base to score 1 point. After a point is scored the flag is reset to the center of the playing field.
MULTIPLAYER HOSTING GAME OPTIONS
The host of a multiplayer game will be able to set several different options to determine how the game functions. Game Name: Type the name you want your game to appear as to other players. Game Password: If you want to limit who can join your game, type the password they must know to join your game here. Country: Type the three letter abbreviation of your country here if you want other players to know where the game is being hosted from. Connection Type: Select either NovaWorld or LAN/IPX. Server Type: If you will be playing the game you host on your computer, choose Serve and Play. The host should always be the person with the fastest Internet connection and/or computer setup. If you will have a dedicated server for hosting the game, choose Serve Only. Number of Teams: Select how many teams there will be in team oriented games.
Team Selection: Server Chooses will override the individual players choice of sides and make teams even. Allow Friendly Fire: You have the option of making your teammates invulnerable to your weapons by turning Allow Friendly Fire Off. Friendly Fire Warning: Select Off to remove the safety X that appears when targeting allies for all players. Friendly Tags: Having this option Off will not allow players to use Friendly Tags. See Team On GPS: Select Yes if you want members of the same team to be able to see icons representing the location of their teammates on the GPS map. Team Lives: For a more realistic game, you can set this value to zero, which means when you are killed, you're out of the game. Increasing this value creates a pool of lives that your team can draw from. When they are used up, your teammates will be dropped from the game when killed. This setting is defaulted to Infinite, where you will always respawn after being killed.
Squad Password: Use these boxes to set individual passwords for teams. Remember to inform your players of their proper password.
Time Limit: Determines how long a game will last. Score Limit: Determines what score must be attained before the game ends and a winner is declared. King of the Hill Time: Determines the total cumulative amount of time, in minutes, a player must occupy the hot zone in order to win a King of the Hill game.
BASIC AND ADVANCED SETUP
Maximum Players: Determines the maximum number of players allowed to join the multiplayer game. Start Delay: The number of minutes before play can begin. This allows time for new players to join in. Replay: If this is set to Selected Mission, the game will automatically restart in the same map after the previous round is finished. Select Cycle to have the game go through each map for that game type. Select No to have the game end after the round is finished. Timeout Box: Determines the amount of time to elapse before a killed player is allowed to re-enter the game. Destroyable Buildings: By setting this to Yes, players can destroy certain buildings. Death Messages: Turning this option Off will eliminate the text messages that appear when someone is killed. This way you won't know if you've killed someone unless you see them die. Character Abilities: If you dont want to use character special abilities such as variable run speed, hit points, or preferred weapons, select Off. Wind: Use this setting to turn off the default wind settings or enable random settings GPS Icons: Selects whether players can see only friendly units on the GPS, all units, or none. Tracers: Select Off if you dont want any player to see the bullet trail from weapons that fire tracer ammunition.
Scope Drift: If you do not want your stance to affect your scopes stability, turn this option Off. Crosshair Spread: If you do not want your crosshair to widen while you run, select Off. Weapon Recoil: If you do not want your weapons to have recoil, select Off. Drop Weapons: If you do not want the option of dropping weapons to pick up new ones, select Off. Respawn with Primary: Set to No to have players respawn without a primary weapon.
You can limit which weapons are allowed into your game here. Simply turn the weapons you dont want No. Players who choose a restricted weapon will be given a default weapon.
Voice-Over-Net is a built in voice communication system for use on NovaWorld. The set up is simple and can be done entirely while in Delta Force Task Force Dagger. All you will need is a Full-Duplex sound card and a microphone plugged into the Mic In jack of your sound card. Note that a Half-Duplex sound card will allow you to hear other players, but not to talk. After plugging in your Microphone (make sure it is in the Mic In and not the Line In input), start Delta Force Task Force Dagger and click on Player Settings. Upon starting or joining a game, all players will be defaulted to muted to eliminate unwanted conversation. Unmute those players that you want to talk to. On the Commanders Voice-Over-Net screen, use the Tab key to cycle through the list of players. The muted icon will appear after the players name if you have muted them. Use the Keypad + key to unmute the currently selected player or the Keypad 0 key to mute the current talker. If their name appears in red that means that they have muted you. In team games, you can only select players on your own side to talk with.
VOICE-OVER-NET KEYPAD COMMANDS
+ Unmute Selected Player: Press this key to be able to listen to a player who was previously muted. Note that all players begin the game muted.
0 Mute Current Talker: When you no longer want to hear voice messages from a certain player, you can press this key to break communication and put them on mute mode. - VON Display On/Off: The Voice-Over-Net status display turns on/off. DEL Break Talker: To break communication with a player who is talking to you in order to free up your line for another talker, press this key. Unlike Mute, the player can try to contact you again by pressing the Push to Talk button on their end. ENTER Push to Talk: Hold this button down to transmit a voice message to the currently selected player. 1 Adjust Record Volume Down: If your outgoing messages are distorted, you may wish to decrease the mics sensitivity by using this key. 3 Adjust Record Volume Up: If people are having a hard time hearing you, try adjusting your Microphones record level up with this key. * Display Last Talker: By pressing this key, the name of the last person to send you a voice message will appear. / Select Last Talker: By pressing this key, the last player to send you a message will be selected to receive your outgoing voice messages.
SELECT LAST TALKER / UAV TILT 8 UP UAV LOCK ON TARGET 5 UAV TILT DOWN 2 DISPLAY LAST TALKER
Internet Etiquette NovaLogic does not monitor Voice-Over-Net communication. If you are having a problem with any other player, we strongly suggest that you mute them. When using any form of communication, please be considerate of other people. Using hateful, discriminatory or obscene language will probably get you muted. You can try using text chat (the T key) to ask them politely to unmute you. If they choose to keep you muted, it probably wouldnt have been an interesting conversation anyway.
Voice-Over-Net: Set to Enable if you want to use the Voice-Over-Net feature. Disabling this feature will not allow you to transmit or receive voice messages or access the Voice-Over-Net interface. A Full-Duplex sound card is required to transmit voice messages. Duplex Mode: In Full mode, you will be able to transmit and receive voice messages (if you have a Full-Duplex soundcard). If you do not have a Full-Duplex soundcard or if you do not wish to send voice messages but you would still like to receive them, select Half. Record Volume: This slider bar is used to set the sensitivity level of your microphone. If people are having a hard time hearing you, try increasing this level. If your messages are distorted, you may want to adjust this bar down. Check Recording Level: When you press Check Recording Level begin talking normally for five seconds. The computer will automatically playback the audio you just recorded. If you are not satisfied with the levels, adjust the Record Volume option. Activation Mode: Voice Activation automatically starts transmitting when you speak. With Push To Talk mode, you must hold down the Enter key to send a voice message. Activation Threshold: This determines how loud you must be for Voice Activation to start sending a message. Adjust it down if Voice-Over-Net activates when you are not speaking.
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The entire staff at NovaLogic Inc. thanks you for purchasing Delta Force: Task Force Dagger. NovaLogic is committed to creating quality entertainment software that pushes the technological envelope. However, this commitment doesnt end when you purchase our games its only just begun. Our technical support staff is ready to assist you. INTERNET WEBSITES: HTTP://WWW.NOVALOGIC.COM Visit the NovaLogic website for up-to-the-minute information, frequently asked questions, game updates, and previews of upcoming products and screen shots. HTTP://WWW.NOVAWORLD.COM Visit this website for the latest information on NovaWorld.net, our large-scale multiplayer gaming service. EMAIL SUPPORT ADDRESS: SUPPORT@NOVALOGIC.COM You may also email your questions and comments to a member of technical support at any time. Remember to provide a detailed description of the problems you are encountering and your system specifications. TECHNICAL SUPPORT LINE: (818) 878-0325 If you need to speak to someone directly, our technical support staff can be reached during normal business hours (Monday through Friday 9AM to 5PM Pacific Time, excluding holidays). To better assist you, please have your hardware set-up information on hand. Also be prepared to explain the exact nature of any problems you are experiencing. For example, write down the exact wording of any on-screen error messages you may be receiving. FAX LINE: (818} 880-3448 You may be asked to provide proof of purchase or CD-Keys. If you cannot e-mail them to us, you can fax a photocopy to the number listed above.
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