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FlyinIron406

3 Easy Questions.

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Hey All, I have three quick and easy questions. 1. Is there anyway/anywhere to change the "tilt" of the 2D panel permanently (cfg file etc), rather than always having to hit "CTRL Q" and guess? To be useable, tilting down is a necessity! 2. Using the Bojote (*******) website as suggested by the manual, it suggests using a different FPS limiter. Anyone know how to use this limiter exactly? 3. Is there a click spot (I can't find any) to go between the 2D overhead, to the 2D aft overhead and back again? Thanks a bunch! I'm absolutely loving this plane, it has easily become my favorite (and also the best) airliner for FS! -K

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Maybe this would be better suited for the General Forum?
One way to say, I don't know the answer to any of those 3 questions LMAO.gifLMAO.gifLMAO.gif

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Hi there,I'm having a hard time copying/pasting from my iPhone, but if you search this or the FSX general forum for "limiter" you'll find an external FPS limiter that's easy to install. Unfortunately I can't help you with your other questions as I fly exclusively in VC. Hope this helps,Pete

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I did mean the PMDG General forum just so I'm clear :( And thanks Pete, I'll check that out! Right now my FSX won't even boot up, so I'm not sure what to do!

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1 Open the panel.cfg and change:[VIEWS]VIEW_FORWARD_WINDOWS=MAIN_PANEL,MINIPANELVIEW_FORWARD_DIR=5.000, 0.000, 0.000VIEW_FORWARD_ZOOM=0.8I use 5. but you can set it where you like it. 2 No idea, I dont use it and run FPS unlimited 3 On the window divider there are two very faint 'clickspots', just below the compass as I recall.

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2. With the FPS Limiter that Bojote shows on his website, Download it and place the file in your main FSX folder. Install it from there, then right click on the (I forget what the file extension is. It's not an .exe file) FPS Limiter file that starts FSX and create a shortcut for your desktop. When you want FPS Limiter to start FSX, just double click on that shortcut.

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