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Aerosoft Airbus triple monitor issue

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<p>I keep getting the mouse hourglass issue when in VC. I did the aircraft.cgf fix (window_size= 0.333, 0.874) for all my planes (PMDG 737, 747, Dash 800) and this is the only one that doesnt work. Is there a solution?</p>

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Hi like you I run 3 monitors , I use a 680gtx and often get this problem but the developers tend to provide a adjusted cfg if you contact them and in some cases I have managed to adjust it myself.

 

 

Like you I have Airbus X,  but for some reason this is one of the few planes I have NEVER had the spinning hour glass on so sorry I cant throw any light on this one. What Graphic card do you use?

 

Regards

Steve

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i have an ATI 7970. Odd, this is the only plane I have trouble with!

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Is that a card using the Triple Head To Go (cfg for that hardware work for my 680) , you could contact Aerosoft support and ask if they have had that issue with your card and have a file to correct.

 

Very strange this one !

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Hi did you get to fix this?  I had this problem in the Aerosoft Twin Otter/Real Air Duke/Legacy and Spitfire and also my A2A aircraft,  it appears its when it try's to  load the view that has NO instruments that it goes mad.  I posted on the Aerosoft page and Matt_Smith gave me this solution, works like a dream  no spinning cursors on any of my aircraft now,  you lose the view with no instruments,  but hey I can live with that!

 

May not work on planes with no VC though   ( I only use VC ones)

 

;-)

 

 

Before doing this BACK up your original  your camera config  in location that you have your data in

eg mine is

 

C:\Users\Steven\AppData\Roaming\Microsoft\FSX

 

 

 

 

From your "cameras.cfg"  file get rid of this  "

 

 

[CameraDefinition.001]
Title = Cockpit
Guid = {B1386D92-4782-4682-A137-738E25D1BAB5}
Description = This is the description of the cockpit view
Origin = Cockpit
ShowPanel = Yes
SnapPbhAdjust = Ordinal
SnapPbhReturn = True
PanPbhAdjust = Ordinal
PanPbhReturn = True
Track = None
ShowAxis = FrontOnly
AllowZoom = TRUE
InitialZoom = 1.0
SmoothZoomTime = 2.0
ShowWeather = Yes
XyzAdjust = TRUE
ShowLensFlare=FALSE
Category = Cockpit
HotKeySelect=2

 

 

Worked for me, good luck

 

 

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