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Hi All I did see a post at some point about how to minamise this effect of the view tipping forward unrealistically when braking on landing, this can be minamised by changing some settings, anybody know where that is, thanks


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Wrong forum. Should be posted in the FSX forum


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Hi All I did see a post at some point about how to minamise this effect of the view tipping forward unrealistically when braking on landing, this can be minamised by changing some settings, anybody know where that is, thanks
You mean you want to minimize the braking effect? If yes, do this: (presumming you use FSX) Search for this entry in the airplane.cfg of the plane you want to edit: [brakes]toe_brakes_scale=1.24 (This is from the default 737) Than edit the toe_brakes_scale. A higher number makes harsher brakes, a lower numer the opposide. I hope I could help.

Best regards, Steffen

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set Momentumeffect= No in camera.cfg. It will stop the view from tipping forward when braking etc. It will reduce head movement in the horizontal plane too, but not remove it entirely


Tobias

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if you meant the vc shifting effect.Under the same folder as fsx.cfg, find camera.cfgfind the VC section,edit momentum effect from Yes to No if you want to remove it from FO's view as wellgo to 737's aircraft.cfg , find FO view, change momentum effect from Yes to No Marcus Jian

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I honestly can't see what's so unrealistic about simulation inertia and it's effects while braking. Oh well.
Some people don't like to put their head through the combiner when braking hard

Tobias

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I just try not to brake hard enough to put my head through it because that would mean I caused all my pax to faceplant into the seat in front of them. Remember, you want them to enjoy the flight so they will chose your airline again!


Chris Hicks

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I generally move my POV back two steps with keyboard commands (CTRL - enter i believe). It seems to fit a bit better with where the seat headrests are. I know the original POV is aligned with respect to Boeing recommendations, but moving it back two steps feels better and no longer causes clipping with the combiner when braking.


Cristi Neagu

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i do like the braking effect it just over done, i certainly would not remove it completely


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