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FS2k4 VC Panning is very slow...

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How do I speed up the panning while in VC mode in FS2k4??? Panning around the cockpit now is very slow...

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Hi, Try to change the value under fs9.cfg[CONTROLS]KBDAIL=46KBDELEV=46KBDRUD=64PAN_RATE=400 <---------------How can I pan the view in the 2D cockpit? In the fs9.cfg file add this line in the [CONTROLS] section: pan_in_cockpit_mode=1 Others fs2004 Tipshttp://forums.simflight.com/viewtopic.php?t=9236ThanksChris Willis[link:fsw.simflight.com/FSWMenuFsSim.html]Clouds And Addons For MsFs

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"PAN_RATE=400 <---------------"Changing the value from 400 to 900 seems about right in FS2k2 so may well be ok in FS2k4.Mike

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I had the same question. I found some help at Golden Eagles Squadron forum. Terry there answered my question and told me how to find the cfg file for FS9. It is not as obvious as before. Go to GES' forum and the thread is right near the top of the page.

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Hi, fs9.cfg:For Windows XP users the fs9.cfg file is now located in Drive_Letter:Documents and SettingsUser_NameApplication DataMicrosoftFS9.For Windows 9x users the fs9.cfg file is located in Drive_Letter:WindowsApplication DataMicrosoftFS9 - Fs2004 Saved flights For Windows XP users: Drive_Letter:Documents and SettingsUser_NameMy DocumentsFlight Simulator Files For Windows 9x users: Drive_Letter:My DocumentsFlight Simulator Files Note: if there are several users on a Win9x machine there might be several subfolders in the folder path aboveThanksChris Willis[link:fsw.simflight.com/FSWMenuFsSim.html]Clouds And Addons For MsFs

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Helpful tip:Create a shortcut to fs9.cfg and place the shortcut on your desktop. Now you can quickly find it for editing without having to navigate to the buried folder.Alternatively, create a shortcut to the settings folder on your desktop.

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Hi Chris,In WinXP, I also have an Aircraft folder in:Drive_Letter:Documents and SettingsUser_NameApplication DataMicrosoftFS9Strangely though, an Aircraft foder also exists in it's normal location E:Program Files..FS9Also- for all of the folders (mentioned above in your post) in Drive_Letter:WindowsApplication DataMicrosoftFS9 ;Drive_Letter always is C:, however I have FS installed in E: (C: is XP (OS) folder).Thanks,Bruce.

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