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mazelda

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Hi all

bit of a query regarding the default pilots view position ,I do have opus installed but have not set anything up as yet

When I start up my T7 and go into flightdeck the position is very slightly to the left of centre is there a way using the fsx default views or in the pmdg setup to move the seat to the correct position with the view position more towards the right so your looking out the centre of the window as opposed to slightly to the left

thanks


Pete Little

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This is a flaw in the way FSX handles camera position.

 

If you go to VHHH and taxi around in circles, as the heading of the aircraft changes, so too will your relative position in the VC. It is more pronounced the closer to the poles you fly (the camera position uses the same positioning system as the clouds).

 

There is no known fix.

 

Best regards,

Robin.

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