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Cessna 310, Nav/Strobe Wing Fix

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I love the Cessna 310. I only have one little issue. When in the air, in the PIC seat, if I look left I see the Nav I Strobe bleeding through the wing. This happens in DX9 or DX10 mode.

 

Is there a fix to this?

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I've never noticed this myself, but I'll take another look when I get a chance to do so. Since you mention DX9 and DX10 I have to assume you are talking about the FSX version.

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I have been unable to duplicate this on three different computers under FSX or P3Dv2.

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ClipModeMinimum entry in the camera.cfg?

Never played with this setting.

 

What do you recommend?

I have been unable to duplicate this on three different computers under FSX or P3Dv2.

I'll post a pic. This is the known FSX bug.

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Open the Cameras.cfg file and add the entry to it...

 

x:\Users\YourUserName\AppData\Roaming\Microsoft\FSX\Cameras.CFG

 

[CameraDefinition.002]
Title = Virtual Cockpit
Guid = {C95EAB58-9E4A-4E2A-A34C-D8D9D948F078}
Description = This is the description of the virtual cockpit view.
Origin = Virtual Cockpit
MomentumEffect = Yes
SnapPbhAdjust = Swivel
SnapPbhReturn = False
PanPbhAdjust = Swivel
PanPbhReturn = False
Track = None
ShowAxis = YES
AllowZoom = TRUE
InitialZoom = 0.7
SmoothZoomTime = 2.0
ZoomPanScalar = 1.0
ShowWeather = Yes
XyzAdjust = TRUE
ShowLensFlare=FALSE
Category = Cockpit
PitchPanRate=30
HeadingPanRate=75
PanAcceleratorTime=0
HotKeySelect=1
ClipMode=Minimum

 

 

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I'll post a pic. This is the known FSX bug.

 

Indeed.  I see this on some other FSX aircraft as well, including the B55.

 

 

 

Open the Cameras.cfg file and add the entry to it...

 

Will give this a try - thanks!

 

Scott

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Open the Cameras.cfg file and add the entry to it...

 

x:\Users\YourUserName\AppData\Roaming\Microsoft\FSX\Cameras.CFG

THANK YOU SO MUCH! You have just made my day. Now I don't see the dreaded bleed through on any plane. :lol:

 

Jose

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THANK YOU SO MUCH! You have just made my day. Now I don't see the dreaded bleed through on any plane.

 

Ditto.  Just had a nice flight in the B55 with NO bleedthrough.  Thanks much, Fr. Bill!

 

Scott

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THANK YOU SO MUCH! You have just made my day. Now I don't see the dreaded bleed through on any plane. :lol:

 

Jose

I made this entry in my Cameras.CFG file years ago, which is why of course I could not duplicate the reported problem. Thanks should go to Jon for jogging my memory, as frankly I had completely forgotten this "tweak..." :blush:

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