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Origin = Center Track = Fixed Chase Locked Category = Outside Snap Pbh Adjust = Ordinal Snap Pbh Return = False Pan Pbh Adjust = Swivel Pan Pbh Return = False Pitch Pan Rate=15 Heading Pan Rate = 45 Pan Accelerator Time = 0 Allow Zoom = Yes Initial Zoom = 1.0 zoompanscalar = 1 Smooth Zoom Time = 0 Xyz Adjust = True Xyz Rate = 50.0 // faster chase distance setting Show Axis = No Show Lens Flare = TRUE Show Weather = Yes Transition = No Clip Mode = Spot Momentum Effect = FALSE Adjust your features however you wish. Similar Cameras in the itself can be edited, the aircraft reloaded and tested on-the-fly. Win 7/64: 840 EVO OS; 840 EVO (500G) game drive; Win10/64: 850 EVO (500G) for OS and games A few Flightsim videos on You Tube at Canyon Corners Cheesh.All you have available that 'works' is (HOLD right 'Ctrl' then press & HOLD '-'). When switching to spot view what's wrong with swiveling with the hat switch and ,- to zoom in and out?My problem has been with the slowness of moving the eyepoint.Perhaps I'm missing something here (I'm only referring to your first post) but with the focus on the screen pressing the minus and equal keys on the keyboard changes the view distance rapidly. Holding down Ctrl with the keys allows fine adjustment.Origin = Center Track = Flat Chase Locked Category = Outside Snap Pbh Adjust = Ordinal Snap Pbh Return = False Pan Pbh Adjust = Swivel Pan Pbh Return = False Pitch Pan Rate=15 Heading Pan Rate=45 Pan Accelerator Time=0 Allow Zoom = Yes Initial Zoom = 1.0 Smooth Zoom Time = 0 Xyz Adjust = TRUE Xyz Rate = 10 xyz Accellerator Time = 0 Show Axis = No Show Weather = Yes Show Lens Flare = TRUE Transition = No Clip Mode = Spot Momentum Effect = No Hot Key Select=3 [Camera Definition.007] Title = Nearest Tower Guid = Description = This is the description of the tower view.
In the preview window using the mouse and scroll wheel accomplishes the same thing. [Camera Definition.002] Title = Virtual Cockpit ..in that section...
The one thing I lament in transitioning from FS9 to FSX in the past couple of months is the loss of this neat little window: I had gotten so used to seeing it, I just miss it dearly.
It was so easy to quickly adjust the spot plane's relative distance, altitude, and direction from the user plane.
In FS9, I could set the "PAN_RATE=" to a speed in the FS9that would whip around like a rat in a drainpipe.
But in FSX I seem to recall trying to add a pan_rate line in the file, and it didn't seem to make much difference-- if any at all.
That is not the issue, though I thank you for the suggestion.