1. I'm pretty sure it's case sensitive, but I can certainly make it insensitive in the next beta.
2. There is no "none" loadout allowed for ground attack. Even if a plane has no bombs/rockets, DCG may give it a ground attack mission with "default" weapons. The chances of a mission are based on the aircraft class that's been assigned to the type. "None" is allowed for specialized anti-air and for anti-shipping. For anti-air, it just means the default will be used, but for anti-shipping, it means the plane will never be assigned anti-shipping strikes.
#1 Thank you. Il2 seems to check those folders in a case insensitive way, and present-day DCG doesn't find several (in fact, hundreds of) folders which are still there.
#2 I ask it because I had to make an alternate interface where the imported data can be adjusted, and it is one thing what the interface allows/enforces, and another what exactly DCG does with the data entered. (Think of the transit altitude setting, where DCG accepts and processes any numeric value, while the interface only allows them in large increments.) I try to restrict the use of the loadout slots as DCG does in the following way (is this correct?)
default: default + A
ground attack default + B
level attack default + B
anti-shipping default + none [= prevents from ship attack] + B + T
anti-air default + none [= default] + A
long range none [= ?] + D,
where "default" as a choice means the base configuration of the plane with no bombs or extra guns, and choosing "default" doesn't keep the plane from that type of mission (correct?).
As to long range: Does "none" suppress long range (bomber escort) missions, or does it only imply that the plane will fly with its "default" loadout?
Furthermore, we already have plenty of fighter bombers with a mixed payload of bombs and droptanks. Shall the user stay away from those loadouts as "D" (unless he wants them to be sent on escort missions with bombs and droptanks)?
Finally, for all slots, is the default loadout nominal, or inherited from the default slot? Let me explain. If I specify an "A" as default loadout, and "default" as a ground attack payload, will then the ground attack be performed with an "A" loadout?
I hear you cry "where's my gun?"